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The Politics of the Improbable

The Politics of the Improbable
April 23, 2008
Stratfor
By Peter Zeihan
Fear is a powerful motivator, even getting results when the threat is exceedingly remote. It makes us cross at crosswalks even when traffic is thin, pay more over time for fire insurance than our homes are worth, and shy away from snakes even when signs ...

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Earth Day and Immigration

America's Ecological Future Will Be Determined by
Immigration Choices We Make Today
April 22, 2008
FAIR
(Washington DC ) As Americans commemorate Earth Day on April 22, the country's ecology and resource base continue to be imperiled by mass immigration. More than any other factor, population ...

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Promoting Alternative Energy for the Right Reasons

April 22, 2008
Nancy Salvato

Nancy Pelosi and Newt Gingrich are featured together in a television commercial which focuses on how conservatives and liberals can come together to find solutions for problems caused by climate change. Mr. Gingrich’s explanation for joining this $300 million dollar ...

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Pope Genuflects Before United Nations

Pope Genuflects Before United Nations

April 21, 2008
By Cliff Kincaid


Coverage of the United Nations speechby Pope Benedict XVI was extremely lacking in critical analysis. None of the stories that Accuracy in Media surveyed in the major newspapers alluded to the fact that while the Pope had just finished apologizing for the ...

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The Washington Post

Promoting Illegal Immigration Daily and Twice On Sunday
By, Sam Pierce
April 21, 2008

I receive two daily e-mails from The Washington Post, one with “news” headlines and the other with political headlines and editorials. Given the Post’s reputation for being a typical liberally biased ...

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Change Doesn't Come by Electing a President

April 18, 2008
By Frank Salvato

We have heard during this presidential election cycle – ad naseum – how our country is in dire need of “change.” We are promised by each of the candidates that they are the ones – the only ones – who can bring about this much needed change. Of course, this is all ...

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Why can't Jews buy homes in Hebron?

Why can't Jews buy homes in Hebron?


David Wilder
April 08, 2008
David Wilder , THE JERUSALEM POST
Apr. 8, 2008

Many events, despite their joy and festivity, may also have bittersweet shadows lurking behind them.

It is customary at every Jewish wedding, that under the huppa, or wedding canopy, the groom recites the words from ...

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Counterproductive Liberal-Progressivism


April 16, 2008
By Thomas E. Brewton
Liberal-progressive environmentalists are starving the world's poor. Liberal-progressives are enthralled with imposing collectivist regulation to satisfy their religion's "feel-good" agendas. But the cost of liberal-progressive worship of collectivist ...

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Forty Years in the Desert

Forty Years in the Desert

by
David Wilder
April 15, 2008
In a few nights we will participate in one of Judaism's most ancient ceremonies, and certainly one of the year's most treasured events. We sit around a table and conduct a Seder – the annual recitation of the story of Israel's redemption from Egypt.

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