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ASA:Congressional Medical Marijuana Bill Lifts Ban on Evidence in Federal Court

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Op-Ed Columnist – Obama Faces His Anzio – NYTimes.com

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Op-Ed Columnist – Obama Faces His Anzio – NYTimes.com Posted using ShareThis This is a classic example of genius thought patterns. Krugman is absolutely right on this one.

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Single Payer Vote Dropped By Weiner In Health Care Compromise

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He should have said no way, even when they threatened his DNC funding. Which I am sure they did. Not willing to threaten the blue dogs, but the progressives, they are expendable. Next election, lets see how well you do when we sit out, and give people some more reminders of the bush years.Read the […]

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Ex-Blue Cross Spokesman Says Health Insurance “Worst Product In American History”

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Great angle Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

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Memo to Congress: On Health Care Vote You Must Choose Between Insurance Companies and Average Americans

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You want me to vote for mandated private insurance profits, without giving us an option of a public profit system? Not going to happen. I have to tell my son that because he is American, he has to pay premiums to a “Sick Care Insurance provider”, and they get to dictate how much of a […]

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Why We Need Even More Stimulus

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I would rather have a program that encompasses welfare to taxpayer solutions. Job training and childcare assistance that actually encouraged and supported income growth verses stagnation and eternal poverty. We have systems in place that actually create huge barriers to income growth by placing income caps on benefits that keep people from getting employment that […]

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Civil War In Corporate America: Banks Battling The Chamber On Accounting Rules

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Talk about “par for the course”.Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

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To Create Jobs on Main Street, We Need to Kill Jobs on Wall Street

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Excellent article.Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

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Unemployment Rate Hits 10 Percent For The First Time Since 1983

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Productivity soars, and workers wonder: Where’s our share?

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Productivity soars, and workers wonder: Where’s our share? Posted using ShareThis

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California’s uninspiring candidates for governor — latimes.com

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Obama calls for end of ‘firewall’ rules that shield teachers — latimes.com

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Bob Cesca: Hope, Change and The Long Road: One Year Later

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Youth Mobile 2030: 6 Amazing Cars From The Future (PHOTOS, POLL)

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Why We Need Even More Stimulus

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Obviously (see some comments below) we need to have a stimulus that sends people back to school.Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

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