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SOPA Vote Coming Up While House Downloads Illegal Material

The SOPA bill is meant to make copyright protections in the U.S. better, but there are several opponents of the bill. Some of these opponents have found that Congressional internet connections have been used to download dishonestly obtained materials.

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The Real Battle Of The Bulge: WWII

No, I’m not talking about weight loss. The Battle of the Bulge, known to the Allied military forces as The Battle of Ardennes, was the bloodiest battle of World War II, and one of the most horrific encounters in the history of modern warfare. The German plan was for this battle, along with three others […]

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The Basics Of The Economy In Ghana

Ghana is located in West Africa and it is full of various natural resources. However they don’t have the skills or the equipment to benefit from many of them so they are categorized as a very poor area. They rely on International assistance financially and for equipment. Still, they are considered to be more advanced […]

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U.S. Foreign Policy and Terrorism

Commentators often speak of hate of the U.S. as though it were a passing fad, a media creation engendered by the deliberate sensationalism of a few. The truth is that often our actions seem to connect the invisible dots of seemingly disparate points into a line drawn in the figurative sand which we then dare […]

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Clinton, Edwards and Obama Using SMS in Primary Campaign

Seems text messaging has caught on in the Campaign for Presidential Nominee. Hilary Rodham Clinton announced in May that she would use SMS to garner support for her campaign. The “mobile-to-mobile text-messaging push” targets the 230 million Americans who use cell phones. Her efforts signal she is hunting for every possible vote in her battle […]

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Combating And Preventing Terrorism

There is a new development of terrorism that once had its roots in ethnic or seperatist movements, selective targets, and confined small geographic areas with little knowledge of technological use. In recent years terrorism is used as an instrument of foreign policy. Since terrorism is a low intensity warfare and is not easy to fight, […]

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The Record on Hillary Clinton

Hillary Clinton is making a bid to be the first women to be president. Frankly, she has a legitimate chance and if she won the democratic nomination it would not be a surprise. But what do we know about Hillary? Here is a summary of some issues and her stance Iraq War Clinton voted YES […]

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Mold Legislation Before Congress To Help Americans With Mold Problems

In March of 2003, Congressman John Conyers Jr. out of Michigan introduced a bill to Congress called the United States Toxic Mold Safety and Protection Act. This Bill says that the Centers for Disease Control and the Environmental Protection agency will be responsible for examining the effects of different kinds of mold on the health […]

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A World War I Soldier’s Photo Album: Gas, Guts and Eternal Glory?

Grandpa collected a series of 350 or so photos, reprints and postcards from World War I when he was an American soldier. For some reason he wanted to save all the pictures and they fill almost two albums. Maybe it was knowing that one day someone like me would look at the pictures and reflect […]

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President Gul of Turkey – An Islamist in Disguise ?

The election of Abdullah Gul as President of Turkey on 28 August 2007 is controversial because of his Islamic background. Now that both the Prime Minister and President have religious backgrounds, his election is widely viewed as a threat to the secular ethos of the Turkish State. Although Mr Gul, in his accession speech, pledged […]

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