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Bipartisan House Group Pushing For Enforcement Of War Powers Act

by on Dec.15, 2009, under Posts>News>Politics>Afghan War

“Rep. Dennis Kucinich (D-Ohio) has pulled together a group of five Republicans and eight Democrats who plan to introduce a special resolution on the House floor compelling the president to comply with the War Powers Act as he wages war in Afghanistan.” – Read more on HuffingtonPost.

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Video of Elizabeth Warren speaking with Michael Moore on Huffington Post

by on Oct.23, 2009, under Posts>News>Politics>Consumer Rights

I am not able to embed Huffington Post’s video. So please watch the video there: “Elizabeth Warren speaks with Michael Moore“.

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Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs: Foxes Run The Chicken Coop

by on Sep.23, 2008, under Posts>News>Politics>The Economy

“Everyone should know that Paulson is a former chairman and CEO of Goldman Sachs. The fox is indeed in charge of the chicken coop.” – Morgan Stanley and Goldman Sachs: Foxes Run The Chicken Coop

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McCain and I are not on the same Iraq page, Palin says

by on Aug.31, 2008, under Posts>News>Politics>Presidential Campaigns

“I’m a mom, and my son is going to get deployed in September, and we better have a real clear plan for this war,” she said. “And it better not have to do with oil and dependence on foreign energy.”

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Obama falls victim to propaganda

by on Jul.21, 2008, under Posts>Opinions>Politics>Presidential Campaigns>Posts>News>Politics>Presidential Campaigns

This is the best article on the subject of how to handle Afghanistan and Pakistan: Obama falls victim to propaganda.

“Is Obama beginning to fall under the influence of the same military-petroleum complex that guided Bush’s imperial-minded presidency? Could Pakistan become a disaster for the Democrats as Iraq was for Republicans?”

I no longer think that Obama is fit to be a president. He will be a good representative for the powerful. He will not be a leader. He is a politician, not a statesman.

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Fannie, Freddie spent millions on lobbying – AP

by on Jul.17, 2008, under Posts>News>Politics

“For years, mortgage giants Fannie Mae and Freddie Mac tenaciously worked to nurture, and then protect, their financial empires by invoking the political sacred cow of homeownership and fielding an army of lobbyists, power brokers and political contributors.”

See full article on Yahoo! News: Battered mortgage giants spent about $186 million on lobbying, political contributions

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