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Those who live in the USA please vote for me here
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Those who have friends in the USA send them the link and ask them to vote for me and pass the link to others.

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Mar 16, 2008
Hello my dear friends,

I am sharing today this great web page, take a look and send my friend Bob some encouraging words.
Thanks,
Sonia Paz

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Dec 26, 2007
Another Christmas

Hanging the lights on the tree
my home smells like Christmas
the pine branches loaded
with ornaments filled with memories

Seems like it was Christmas
just a while ago
but no, a year has passed
and here I am decorating
the manger..

Few figures are left
after all these years
perhaps the most important
ones are left
the angel, the sacred family
and a little lamb...

I turn off the lights and
look at the lighted tree
it shines, it looks nice
 I smile...

Another Christmas
presents, family and joy
grandchildren to tell
the story of the wise men
and the little star...

Copyright 2007

Sonia Paz Baron-Vine
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Nov 18, 2007
"We won't take it anymore!"

 October 27, 2007 City & County Building
 Salt Lake City, Utah

 Address by Mayor Ross C. "Rocky"Anderson

 Today, as we come together once again in this great city we raise
our voices in unison to say to President Bush and
to Vice President Cheney
to other members of the Bush
Administration (past and
present), to a majority of Congress,
including
Utah's entire
congressional delegation, and to much of the
mainstream media: "You
have failed us miserably and we won't
take it
any more."

While we had every reason to expect far more
of
you, you have been
pompous, greedy, cruel, and incompetent as
you
have led this great
nation to a moral, military, and national
security abyss." "You have
breached trust with the American people in
the
most egregious ways.
You have utterly failed in the performance
of
your jobs. You have
undermined our Constitution, permitted the
violation of the most
fundamental treaty obligations, and betrayed
the rule of law.

You have engaged in, or permitted, heinous
human rights abuses of the
sort never before countenanced in our
nation's
history as a matter of
official policy. You have sent American men
and
women to kill and be
killed on the basis of lies, on the basis of
shifting justifications,
without competent leadership, and without
even
a coherent plan for
this monumental blunder.

We are here to tell you: We won't take
it any
more!

You have acted in direct contravention of
values that we, as
Americans who love our country, hold dear.
You
have deceived us in
the most cynical, outrageous ways. You have
undermined, or allowed
the undermining of, our constitutional
system
of checks and balances
among the three presumed co-equal branches
of
government. You have
helped lead our nation to the brink of
fascism,
of a dictatorship
contemptuous of our nation's treaty
obligations, federal statutory
law, our Constitution, and the rule of law.

Because of you, and because of your
jingoistic
false patriotism,
our world is far more dangerous, our nation
is
far more despised, and
the threat of terrorism is far greater than
ever before. It has been
absolutely astounding how you have committed
the most horrendous
acts, causing such needless tragedy in the
lives of millions of
people, yet you wear your so-called religion
on
your sleeves,
asserting your God-is-on-my-side nonsense -
when what you have done
flies in the face of any religious or
humanitarian tradition. Your
hypocrisy is mind-boggling - and
disgraceful.

What part of "Thou shalt not kill"
do you not
understand? What part
of the "Golden rule" do you not
understand?
What part of "be honest,"
"be responsible," and "be
accountable" don't
you understand? What
part of "Blessed are the
peacekeepers" do you
not understand?

Because of you, hundreds of thousands of
people
have been killed,
many thousands of people have suffered
horrendous lifetime injuries,
and millions have been run off from their
homes. For the sake of our
nation, for the sake of our children, and
for
the sake of our
brothers and sisters around the world, we
are
morally compelled to
say, as loudly as we can, 'We won't
take it any
more!' "

As United States agents kidnap, disappear,
and
torture human beings
around the world, you justify, you deceive,
and
you cover up. We find
what you have done to men, women and
children,
and to the good name
and reputation of the United States, so
appalling, so unconscionable,
and so outrageous as to compel us to call
upon
you to step aside and
allow other men and women who are competent,
true to our nation's
values, and with high moral principles to
stand
in your places - for
the good of our nation, for the good of our
children, and for the
good of our world.

In the case of the President and Vice
President, this means
impeachment and removal from office, without
any further delay from a
complacent, complicit Congress, the
Democratic
majority of which
cares more about political gain in 2008 than
it
does about the
vindication of our Constitution, the rule of
law, and democratic
accountability.It means the election of
people
as President and Vice
President who, unlike most of the
presidential
candidates from both
major parties, have not aided and abetted in
the perpetration of the
illegal, tragic, devastating invasion and
occupation of Iraq. And it
means the election of people as President
and
Vice President who will
commit to return our nation to the moral and
strategic imperative of
refraining from torturing human beings.

In the case of the majority of Congress, it
means electing people who
are diligent enough to learn the facts,
including reading available
National Intelligence Estimates, before
voting
to go to war. It means
electing to Congress men and women who will
jealously guard
Congress's sole prerogative to declare
war. It
means electing to
Congress men and women who will not submit
like
vapid lap dogs to
presidential requests for blank checks to
engage in so-called
preemptive wars, for legislation permitting
warrantless wiretapping
of communications involving US citizens, and
for dangerous,
irresponsible, saber-rattling legislation
like
the recent Kyl-
Lieberman amendment.

We must avoid the trap of focusing the blame
solely upon President
Bush and Vice-President Cheney. This is not
just about a few people
who have wronged our country - and the
world.
They were enabled by
members of both parties in Congress, they
were
enabled by the
pathetic mainstream news media, and,
ultimately, they have been
enabled by the American people - 40% of whom
are so ill-informed they
 still think Iraq was behind the 9/11 attacks


a people who know and
care more about baseball statistics and
which
drunken starlets are
wearing underwear than they know and care
about
the atrocities being
committed every single day in our name by a
gov for
which we need
to take responsability

As
Americans, without regard to
political
partisanship -- as
veterans, as teachers, as religious leaders,
as
working men and
women, as students, as professionals, as
businesspeople, as public
servants, as retirees, as people of all
ages,
races, ethnic origins,
sexual orientations, and faiths -- we are
here
to say to the Bush
administration, to the majority of Congress,
and to the mainstream
media: "You have violated your solemn
responsibilities. You have
undermined our democracy, spat upon our
Constitution, and engaged in
outrageous, despicable acts. You have
brought
our nation to a point
of immorality, inhumanity, and illegality of
immense, tragic,
unprecedented proportions."
But we will live up to our responsibilities
as
citizens, as brothers
and sisters of those who have suffered as a
result of the imperial
bullying of the United States government,
and
as moral actors who
must take a stand: And we will, and must,
mean
it when we say 'We
won't take it any more.

If we want principled, courageous elected
officials, we need to be
principled, courageous, and tenacious
ourselves. History has
demonstrated that our elected officials are
not
the leaders - the
leadership has to come from us. If we
don't
insist, if we don't
persist, then we are not living up to our
responsibilities as
citizens in a democracy - and our
responsibilities as moral human
beings. If we remain silent, we signal to
Congress and the Bush
administration - and to candidates running
for
office - and to the
world - that we support the status quo.

Silence is complicity. Only by standing up
for
what's right and never
letting down can we say we are doing our
part.
Our government, on the
basis of a campaign we now know was entirely
fraudulent, attacked and
militarily occupied a nation that posed no
danger to the United
States. Our government, acting in our name,
has
caused immense,
unjustified death and destruction.

It all started five years ago, yet where
have
we, the American
people, been? At this point, we are
responsible. We get together once
in a while at demonstrations and complain
about
Bush and Cheney,
about Congress, and about the pathetic news
media. We point fingers
and yell a lot. Then most people politely go
away until another
demonstration a few months later.
How many people can honestly say they have
spent as much timelearning about and opposing the outrages of
the
Bush administration
as they have spent watching sports or
mindless
television programs
during the past five years? Escapist,
time-sapping sports and insipid
entertainment have indeed become the opiate
of
the masses. Why is
this country so sound asleep? Why do we
abide
what is happening to
our nation, to our Constitution, to the
cause
of peace and
international law and order? Why are we not
doing all in our power to
put an end to this madness?

We should be in the streets regularly and
students should be raising
hell on our campuses. We should be making it
clear in every way
possible that apologies or convoluted,
disingenuous explanations just
don't cut it when presidential
candidates and
so many others voted to
authorize George Bush and his neo-con
buddies
to
send American men
and women to attack and occupy Iraq.

Let's awaken, and wake up the country by
committing here and now to
do all each of us can to take our nation
back.
Let them hear us
across the country, as we ask others to join
us: "We won't take it
any more!"

I implore you: Draw a line. Figure out
exactly
where your own moral
breaking point is. How much will you put up
with before you say "No
more" and mean it?

I have drawn my line as a matter of simple
personal morality: I
cannot, and will not, support any candidate
who
has voted to fund the
atrocities in Iraq. I cannot, and will not,
support any candidate who
will not commit to remove all US troops, as
soon as possible, from
Iraq. I cannot, and will not, support any
candidate who has supported
legislation that takes us one step closer to
attacking Iran. I
cannot, and will not, support any candidate
who
has not fought to
stop the kidnapping, disappearances, and
torture being carried on in
our name.

If we expect our nation's elected
officials to
take us seriously, let
us send a powerful message they cannot
misunderstand. Let them know
we really do have our moral breaking point.
Let
them know we have
drawn a bright line. Let them know they
cannot
take our support for
granted - that, regardless of their party
and
regardless of other
political considerations, they will not have
our support if they
cannot provide, and have not
provided,principled leadership.

The people of this nation may have been far
too
quiet for five years,
but let us pledge that we won't let it
go on
one more day - that we
will do all we can to put an end to the
illegalities, the moral
degradation, and the disintegration of our
nation's reputation in the
world.

Let us be unified in drawing the line - in
declaring that we do have
a moral breaking point. Let us insist,
together, in supporting our
troops and in gratitude for the freedoms for
which our veterans gave
so much, that we bring our troops home from
Iraq, that we return our
government to a constitutional democracy,
and
that we commit to
honoring the fundamental principles of human
rights.

In defense of our country, in defense of our
Constitution, in defense
of our shared values as Americans - and as
moral human beings - we
declare today that we will fight in every
way
possible to stop the
insanity, stop the continued military
occupation of Iraq, and stop
the moral depravity reflected by the
kidnapping, disappearing, and
torture of people around the world.

Mayor Ross C. "Rocky"Anderson

 Power to the Peaceful,

Sonia Paz
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Apr 26, 2007

My friend Bruce's sister has this great web page and I think you will enjoy reading her clever articles.

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Mar 31, 2007
Focus: Indigenous Rights
Action Request: Protest
Location: Arizona, United States

And the contamination continues - if more nuclear power plants are built more uranium mines will be built and more people will suffer.  Nukes are not the answer!! 

http://www.infoshop.org/inews/article.php?story=2007032213594451

U.S.A.: Radioactive water near Hopi springs

   
Two Hopi villages and their wells lie in the path of a radioactive plume of water

A plume of radioactive water is moving toward two Hopi villages, threatening to contaminate wells and spring-fed drinking water for about 1,000 residents.

Radioactive water near Hopi springs

By CYNDY COLE
Daily Sun Staff

Two Hopi villages and their wells lie in the path of a radioactive plume of water

A plume of radioactive water is moving toward two Hopi villages, threatening to contaminate wells and spring-fed drinking water for about 1,000 residents.

Nothing has been done to contain or remove the waste.

Hydrologists, geochemists and consultants have said the radioactive waste appears to have been taken from a Cold War-era uranium milling site near Tuba City and buried at a public dump 1 mile east of the communities.

The villages of Upper Moenkopi and Lower Moencopi have seen levels of radioactive uranium in their ground water that appear to be above normal for the area, though these levels are still well within drinking water standards established by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency.

Hopi water managers fear these readings are a sign the leading edge of the radioactive plume might already be hitting the villages' groundwater supply.

"It's a matter of jeopardizing people's lives" if nothing is done, said Harris Polelonema, community service administrator for Lower Moencopi.

Everyone's trash heap

Tuba City's dump was opened by the Bureau of Indian Affairs a mile east of town. It was used for more than 40 years until it was covered with sand in 1997. Situated on the boundary marking Hopi and Navajo lands, the dump was a disposal site for medical waste, animal carcasses, paint, batteries and tires, nearby residents said in interviews.

"We have no paper record of what's actually in the site," said Lynelle Hartway, an attorney working for the Hopi Tribe.

This makes it difficult to assign responsibility for the estimated $23 million cost of removing contaminants thoroughly, which is what both tribal governments want.

Test wells at the dump show uranium levels up to 10 times higher than the level the EPA considers safe for drinking water. This uranium plume appears to be moving south and west toward Upper Moenkopi and local washes.

If the villages' water and the Navajo Aquifer were to become contaminated, the uranium could bioaccumulate in produce that the Hopi people depend on and in natural vegetation consumed by the livestock, researchers fear.

"While the problem isn't too dramatic based on concentration, the cumulative effect over time could be," said geochemist Bill Walker, who analyzed the site.

No one's responsibility

People working for both tribes have been seeking to have the dump cleaned up and the radioactive water pumped out, but they have made little headway over the years.

The Department of Energy won't clean up the dump because the Navajo Nation didn't raise the issue soon enough and because it contains much more than just radioactive waste.

The tribe should have raised the issue before the department's congressional authority to conduct cleanups under the Uranium Mill Tailings Remediation Act expired in 1998, the department told Navajo Nation President Joe Shirley Jr. in letters.

And the EPA has been hesitant to designate the dump a federal cleanup site, because it isn't an immediate danger.

"The emergency response office decided there was not an emergency and immediate risk to the public," said Andrew Bain, EPA's remedial project manager for Superfund in the West.

That leaves open the possibility of trying to bill cleanup costs to the company that merged with Rare Metals Corporation: El Paso Natural Gas Company.

Building a case

Some EPA and other government officials have suggested the radioactive waste in the dump could not be the result of uranium milling operations just a few miles down the road. Or perhaps, they said, it occurred naturally.

But during a geochemical analysis at the dump, Ray Johnson and Laurie Wirt, of the U.S. Geological Survey, found similarities between the uranium found in the dump and the types of ore milled at the nearby Rare Metals Corporation uranium mill.

Wirt died in a boating accident in 2006.

Walker, the geochemist and consultant, has found that the geology around Tuba City is "highly unlikely" to host uranium deposits, meaning it doesn't form there naturally.

Instead, he's also found evidence linking the radioactive plume in the dump to the chemicals used in the milling process at the Rare Metals mill.

"We've got fingerprints and good, solid data," Walker said.

But the person the EPA has assigned to work on this site, Carl Warren, isn't convinced the radioactive plume poses a threat to human health.

Nor is Warren certain there's any connection between what's in the radioactive dump and the uranium that was processed at Rare Metals.

Neither is the Department of Energy -- the agency usually responsible for cleaning up radioactive waste left over from wartime weapons production.

"The DOE did not find any evidence that would support the allegations that Rare Metals Corporation disposed of contaminated equipment or uranium mill tailings at the Tuba City landfill," it said in a letter to Shirley. " ... DOE believes that the ground water contamination discussed in your letter is not from the former mill site but is from the Tuba City landfill or some other nearby source."

Giving up the springs

The villages of upper Moenkopi and lower Moencopi live differently, but share the same water sources that naturally flow out of the ground.

Upper Moenkopi has electricity and running water inside the homes.

Lower Moencopi has electricity in a few homes. The stone and mortar houses lack plumbing because the traditional property owners elect not to install most utilities.

Lower village residents get water by going outside to a handful of faucets hooked up to gravity-loaded pipes fed by springs.

On a sandy road in the upper village, a metal pipe sticks out of a hillside spring, "Susungva," under a large tree. It pours clear, cold water into a basin of stone, next to a valley where Hopi farmers plant their fields every year. It's common to stop here and take a mouthful straight from the pipe.

"Even those that have running water in their homes, they still like to drink that spring water," said Chiropractor Alan Numkena, the lieutenant governor of Upper Moenkopi.

Upper Moenkopi has drilled wells to tap the deeper Coconino Aquifer as an alternative water source, but the villages need a $1.4 million reverse osmosis treatment system to make the water potable due to salinity.

There's no funding to pay for the treatment system, said Wilbert Honahni Sr., an economic development specialist with the Moenkopi Developers Corporation, a non-profit. And in a village where two to three families sometimes share a house, there are many other competing financial priorities.

There are going to be house-to-house surveys, interviews about the dump and public meetings for these residents in the months to come. Every fact must be documented in the political attempt to gain funds, excavate the contaminants of the dump and pump out the radioactive plume.

More test wells are pending near the dump, to see how far the uranium contamination has traveled. The village drinking water will be tested routinely.

"We tell them," said Hartway, the attorney for the Hopi Tribe, "that we will do whatever we can to know exactly what is in their water."

http://www.azdailysun.com/articles/2007/03/18/news/20070318_news_37.prt
The Hopi Tribe - Home Page
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Jan 25, 2007
"I do not believe that nuclear power is worth it if it creates radiation.
Then you might ask me why do I have nuclear powered ships?
That is a necessary evil. I would sink them all.
I am not proud of the part I played in it.
 I did it because it was necessary for the safety of this country.
That's why I am such a great exponent of stopping this whole nonsense of war. Unfortunately limits’ attempts to limit war have always failed.
The lesson of history is when a war starts every nation will ultimately use whatever weapon it has available.
Further remarking: "Every time you produce radiation, you produce something that has a certain half-life, in some cases for billions of years.
I think the human race is going to wreck itself, and it is important that we get control of this horrible force and try to eliminate it."
 
Admiral Rickover 
testimony before Congress
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Jan 11, 2007
Dear Friends,
I want to share with all of you this wonderful home.


http://www.simondale.net/house/index.htm
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Sep 18, 2006
Dear Sonia,
http://email.congressionalmailer.com/c.asp?bS/9ByBrxU4qTNr9AZexxAe65hewVTxp+oSqPaTX24dQKnowing of your interest in animal welfare, I thought you would be interested to know of current legislative action related to protecting horses.

On September 7, I was proud to vote for H.R. 503, a bill that would ban the commercial slaughter of horses in the United States. Horses are not raised to be eaten, and Americans don't eat horsemeat. There are only three slaughterhouses in the country that kill horses, and all three are owned by foreigners who ship their horsemeat to France and Belgium. I am pleased to report that the House of Representatives passed H.R. 503 by a vote of 263-146. This bill now advances to the Senate for consideration.

I will continue to work in Congress to protect animals which cannot defend themselves. In 2005, the Humane Society recognized my leadership on animal welfare issues with a 100% legislative rating and honored me with a Humane Advocate Award.  As always, I welcome your thoughts and comments.

Sincerely,

Lois Capps
Member of Congress

 

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George,

What's written here is a combination of facts, which
we've all witnessed and cannot be denied, and
conclusions logically drawn from those facts,
interspersed with my opinions, also based on those
facts and conclusions  --  which I still have the
right to express, publicly and to you, despite your
efforts to circumvent, trample, override and destroy
the Constitution of the United States.

First, if you're really astute, you may have noted
that I did not use the title Mr. or the title Mr.
President.  You are deserving of neither.  You have
disgraced the office of the Presidency, have betrayed
the American people and have literally and
figuratively sold our country out in order to
accumulate ultimate power for yourself and your rich
corporate supporters, and are continuing to do so.
You deserve no title of respect, whether for the
office you are making a mockery of, or as a person.
More appropriate for you, and Cheney, and your gang of
criminal cohorts (I use the word advisedly; yes, you
are nothing more than a gang of criminals), would be a
number from a maximum security prison and equally
suitable lodgings for the rest of your lives.  History
will show that you and your administration are guilty
of treason, more than anyone ever in the history of
our country, and war crimes (at a minimum), regardless
of whether the liars and spin doctors get to write the
history books or not. 

Your entire administration is so riddled with lies
that it’s hard to know where to start, so I’ll just
mention the obvious.  Not only did you steal the
office through lies, criminal actions and a stacked
Supreme Court (stacked by your dad and Ronald Reagan),
but the original lies have escalated to lead us to
where we are now.  You’ve lied about everything from
your National Guard “service” (wink, wink) to what
really happened on 9/11 to the fact that you illegally
started a war against a sovereign nation to the “fact”
that you’re a Christian.  You’re no Christian!  You’re
a hypocrite and a liar!

Mike Ruppert (CROSSING THE RUBICON: THE DECLINE OF THE
AMERICAN EMPIRE AT THE END OF THE AGE OF OIL) and
others have completely proven, to my satisfaction and
that of anyone else who's paying attention, that
Cheney helped orchestrate and perpetrate 9/11, and you
were part of it, for precisely the reasons that we're
witnessing now, as your agenda unfolds.  By or near
the time of the 2008 elections, there is little
question that you and Cheney, et al, will stage
another terrorist attack, equal to or worse than 9/11,
in order to declare a state of emergency, suspend the
Constitution of the United States and declare martial
law, according to the contingency plan written by
Ollie North circa 1987.  And THAT, in a nutshell, is
what the Project for a New American Century (PNAC),
the "new world order" (term coined by your father) and
globalization is all about: total American domination
of the world and a surreptitious police state of
compliant citizens in the United States. 

With me so far?  Let's summarize.  You needed a war to
grant yourself wartime powers, to take over the oil
fields, to guarantee massive, astronomical military
budgets and to hand gigantic profits to your rich,
war-profiteering friends.  But in order to pull that
off, you needed September 11 (and Cheney’s evil
genius) to put fear into the hearts of U.S. citizens
so that you could exercise those powers, pass the USA
PATRIOT act (the acronym was no accident; and which
was written before 9/11), create Homeland Security and
launch the other attacks on American freedoms which
we've seen to date. Your (Karl Rove's) strategy has
been consistently to play on fear and false patriotism
(which, incidentally, Hitler also did); and to lie
about, cover up or stonewall everything.  That makes
you among the most despicable of political scum.  Your
objective, and the result we’ve witnessed thus far, is
pathetically transparent but unfortunately the
majority of the American people don’t seem to see it
--  that is, the shifting of power to the Executive
Branch and the establishment of a fascist dictatorship
under the control of your corporate handlers, with you
as its figurehead.  If history remembers you as
anything but a criminal, then truly I was born on the
wrong planet, for I certainly want nothing to do with
this pretense of humanity, a supposed majority, in a
country pretending to be a free democracy, which could
support you or your actions. 

What I've written here are my opinions which, although
I believe I share them with millions of Americans, I'm
voicing for myself alone.  Thus, I realize that, if
these comments should be widely read and produce any
reaction among the citizens of the U.S., all you have
to do is get Rove to cook up some phony reason to
discredit me or come after me.  If all else fails,
call me a terrorist.  That seems to work for you.  But
it won’t change the truth of what I’ve said.  And I
say this to you:  even though you may have succeeded
in destroying most of the evidence and covering up the
rest so that no one can truly and irrefutably prove
the truth of everything I've said here, LET'S SEE YOU
DISPROVE EVEN A SMALL PART OF IT.

May all who read this recognize the dangers to our
country posed by the reckless and criminal actions of
your administration and be moved to put a stop to it.
John B. Kelly





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\\n\\r\\n\\r\\n\\r\\n\\r\ \n\\r\\nEpisode#6...More animal facts and traits,a Blackfeet Indian story titled \\\'the Rabitt\\\'s Medicine\\\' and a chapter by Robert Leighton on the \\\'Collie\\\'...his history,description and characteristics.\\r\\n\\n
Sep
18
by Dan M.
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Episode#6...\\nMore animal facts and traits,a Blackfeet Indian story titled \\\'the Rabitt\\\'s Medicine\\\' and a chapter by Robert Leighton on the \\\'Collie\\\'...his history,description and characteristics.
Sep
10
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\\nScientists: \\\'Look, One-Third Of The Human Race Has To Die For Civilization To Be Sustainable, So How Do We Want To Do This?\\\'\\r\\n\\n\\nNEWS  • Our Annual Year 2012 • Sci ence & Technology •&nb sp;ISSUE 48&bull...
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\\nPoll: Majority Of Americans Approve Of Sending Congress To Syria\\r\\n\\n\\nNEWS&nbs p;• Syria  • News &bu ll; ISSUE 49•36 •&nb sp;Sep 5, 2013\\n\\r\\n\\nA majority of U.S. citizens believe congressional leaders...
Aug
31
by Dan M.
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\\nThis episode brings you interesting animal facts/traits,an animal story from the Blackfeet Indian and a comprehensive look at the characteristics,traits,br eeding and care of the Bulldog as written by Robert Leighton an authoritive figure in the fiel...
Aug
30
by Dan M.
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This episode brings you interesting animal facts/traits,an animal story from the Blackfeet Indian and a comprehensive look at the characteristics,traits,br eeding and care of the Bulldog as written by Robert Leighton an authoritive figure in the field....
Aug
27
by Dan M.
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\\nthe WebCast Devoted to all Who Love Animals.\\r\\nAnimal News Radio (the website.Click on Show/Episodes tab at top)\\r\\nHey there friends and fellow members! \\r\\nAlthough i hav\\\'nt been around recently as much as i would have liked to, I have been here...
Aug
18
by Dan M.
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Today\\\'s show brings you some valuable information on how our Canine and Feline family members can lead a somewhat peaceful co-existence at home.\\nWe have two very entertaining speakers that will share their experiences and expertise with us.\\nAlso,a ...