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  • The creative evasion of responsibility by politicians
    The creative evasion of responsibility by politicians
    As we approach the mid-term election, fear and anxiety can turn a somewhat informed voter into an irrational person at the voting booth, especially during a time of crisis. With ISIL in the Middle East, Ebola in parts of Africa and an array of...
  • Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital nurses
    CDC changes Ebola guidelines
    Under fire for the handling of the first patient diagnosed with Ebola in America, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) announced Monday changes to its current Ebola guidelines, including better training, oversight and...
  • Center Line Policy Alert 102014
    Council asks voters to decide support on min wage increase
    All the councilmembers on the San Diego city council voted MOnday to put the min wage increase, and the earned sick leave guarantee, before voters for their vote at the June, 2016 primary election. The special vote was called to give the voters an...
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    A New Book - Who Are Those Guys?
    If you don’t know anyone whose name is inscribed on the Vietnam Veterans Memorial, don’t go to Washington to visit The Wall until you read Who Are Those Guys.It’s a new book that contains the stories of 367 men and women whose...
  • Beach School, Lummi Island
    Vote for Washington State legislators who will fix the education problem
    In a unanimous ruling, on September 11, 2014, the Washington Supreme Court held the State Legislature in contempt for not making enough progress toward fully funding public education. This stems from a previous ruling in the case of McCleary vs....
  • Nikko Jenkins
    Democrat race-hustling to abet public endangerment what’s really 'unspeakable'
    A congressional campaign commercial in Nebraska showing how one candidate’s support for an early prison release law tied in with a convict murdering four people within weeks of being let out is being blasted as racist by Democrat supporters...
  • Road congestion
    Bulverde Transportation Plan written by 281 toll consultant
    A Transportation Forum sponsored by the City of Bulverde, the Economic Development Foundation, and the Chamber of Commerce was held at GVTC on October 16. It was a 4-hour marathon brought to you by the same consultants, HNTB, hired by the Bexar...
  • Ebola scare
    Report claims Obama plans to treat Ebola-infected Africans in U.S.
    I have the utmost respect forJudicial Watch. Without that group's tireless efforts to expose the seamy underbelly of the Obama administration through FOIA lawsuits, the nation would be in far worse shape than it is today.Nevertheless, I have...
  • America: The World's Official Fool
    America: The World's Official Fool
    The United States listens to every country in need. We have always been there to help. For instance, when the Soviet Union/Russia was in need of wheat in the past we always helped even when we were on opposite sides of the fence. China, India,...
  • WFP runs feeding programs for refugees in Algeria
    Spain helps feed refugees in Algeria
    The UN World Food Programme (WFP) said today its refugee feeding program in Algeria has gotten a boost from Spain. Around EUR 1.5 million from the Spanish Agency for International Cooperation for Development (AECID) will provide wheat flour,...
  • Kurdish forces take on ISIS
    Photo of baby being 'beheaded' found on phone of dead ISIS fanatic in Syria
    What could be more repulsive and inhumanethan a "souvenir" snapshot of an infantpinned to the groundby ISIS fanatics, in clear distress as a knife is held to her throat? The answer is nothing, though other photos from the same cell phone...
  • Mayor Ed Murray
    Voting begins as both sides demonstrate on dueling Wash. gun measures
    Evergreen State voters began filling out their ballots this weekend, casting the first votes on competing Initiatives 591 and 594, with a gun rights demonstration Saturday at Westlake Plaza and a gun control march Sunday afternoon, the latest...
  • Feeding America releases hunger report findings
    Tough choices face hungry families in America
    What if, no matter how much you worked, you did not have enough money to pay your bills? You might then be confronted with an awful choice. Do you pay for utilities or do you pay for food?A Feeding America study revealed 69 percent of surveyed...
  • Putin Boasts On 5000 Nukes
    Putin Boasts On 5000 Nukes
    Russian President Vladimir Putin has once again put his foot in his mouth. Putin is boasting of the five thousand nuclear weapons that the Russian Federation now has in its arsenal. If I'm not mistaken the whole idea between the United States...
  • Amendment 2:  Florida's Medical Marijuana
    Amendment 2: Florida's Medical Marijuana
    On November 4, 2014 the State of Florida voters will head to the polls and vote on Amendment 2 which will allow medical marijuana to be used for some debilitating diseases. Those mentioned in the Amendment are Cancer, Multiple Sclerosis , Glaucoma...