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Blanche Lincoln Could Face Primary Opponent Due To Health Care Opposition

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Very good. Now if we can repeat this with all the traitors to the party, we will be getting somewhere.Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

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Tobacco-Related Health Costs: $800; Booze-Related Health Costs: $165; Pot-Related Health Costs: $20

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Marijuana Law Reform – NORML

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Afghanistan – Salon.com

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Religion – Salon.com

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As Wall Street Posts Record Profits and US Hunger Rate Grows, Robert Scheer Asks: “Where Is the Community Organizer We Elected?”

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Hundreds rally at UCLA to protest expected 32% increase in student fees | L.A. NOW | Los Angeles Times

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Senate Dems Close In On Reform: Details Of Health Care Bill Revealed

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Eggo Waffle Shortage: Kellogg Fights Plant Shutdowns

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People still buy Kellogg products?Read the Article at HuffingtonPost

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Judge: Hurricane Katrina Flooding Was Caused By Army Corps Of Engineers’ Negligence

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This judge needs to be investigated. This is nothing more then putting the cost burden onto the taxpayers instead of insurance companies. Like they could ever prove fault. They knew this levy system was not good enough 2 years before the disaster, and it was the city that turned down the 2.4 billion dollar plans […]

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