Wednesday, October 31, 2007

21 Most Depressing Jobs

Jobs That Totally Depress You

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Britney Pics Anger Catholic Leader

United Kingdom

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10 Priciest Private Colleges

Where to go to college to get rid off college fund money, that you couldn't spend on your last beamer.

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Westboro Church of "God Hates Fags" Ordered to Pay $2.9 Million

Westboro Baptist Church, the group led by Fred Phelps made infamous by its website www.godhatesfags.com, has been ordered by a Maryland court to pay $2.9 million to a grieving father who sued in response to their picketing of his son's funeral, a soldier killed in Iraq.

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Biden: Rudy's Sentences Consist Of "A Noun, A Verb, And 9/11"

Sen. Joe Biden nails Rudy Giuliani during Tuesday's MSNBC debate: "And the irony is, Rudy Giuliani, probably the most underqualified man since George Bush to seek the presidency, is here talking about any of the people here. I mean, think about it! Rudy Giuliani. There's only three things he mentions in a sentence -- a noun, a verb, and 9/11!"

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Poll: Evangelical Republicans consider third-party vote

More than half of white evangelical Republicans would consider voting for a conservative third-party candidate should the 2008 presidential race pit Hillary Rodham Clinton against Rudy Giuliani, a poll said Wednesday. Evangelicals comprise 34 percent of GOP and Republican-leaning voters.

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Dog -- I'm No Imus!

Racist bounty hunters are bad news.

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A&E Suspends Production on "Dog the Bounty Hunter"

This guy seems to be kind of dumb

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Dog Chapman's Hate Filled Tirade

Yikes! If this tape is authentic...then Dog is in big trouble

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Defender of New Hampshire’s Primary Stays Firm

Few people in American politics are being watched more closely than William M. Gardner, who has the power to decide when to schedule the New Hampshire primary.

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Man charged with corpse sex. She was 92

A lab technician from New Jersey is facing charges of having sex with the corpse of a 92-year-old woman at the hospital where he worked.

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Doing what Detroit says is impossible; 5,000lb vehicle gets 60mpg 0-60 5sec

Doing what Detroit says is impossible; 5,000lb vehicle gets 60mpg 0-60 5sec

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Earthquake in San Francisco!!!

There was just an Earthquake in San Francisco

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Tuesday, October 30, 2007

Kucinich questions Bush's mental health

PHILADELPHIA, PENNSYLVANIA

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The Thirty-Somethings Running Your Company

Successful CEO's men and women 30 and under.

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Why French Women Don't Get Fat

Only 11 percent of the French population qualifies as obese, while we almost triple that percentage mark here in the land of plenty. Furthermore, the French eat three times as much saturated animal fat as Americans do and only a third as many die of heart attacks.

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Georgia Aquarium forced to drain some exhibits

ATLANTA

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Kroger-brand smoked salmon dip recalled in 17 states

KNOXVILLE, Tenn.

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More than a million people backed Stephen Colbert's fake candidacy.

More than a million people have backed comic Stephen Colbert's fake candidacy in the 2008 US presidential election on social-networking website Facebook.

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Member's in Congress Attempting to take back War Powers. Help them.

Who has the primary authority to wage war on the behalf of the United States: the commander-in-chief or the Congress? The new Jones-Delahunt resolution would specifically prohibit the president from entering into future hostilities without congressional action. This is an important piece of legislation and needs to be supported.

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Monday, October 29, 2007

Evangelical Crackup

After the 2004 election, evangelical Christians looked like one of the most powerful and cohesive voting blocs in America. Three years later their leadership is split along generational and theological lines. How did it all come apart?

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Anti-Clinton video draws Web audience

WASHINGTON "The Angel of the Lord told me in January of 1992 that Hillary Rodham Clinton and I would meet and be running against each other and that she would lose". -Albert Benjamin Howard

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Former FEMA spokesman loses job offer after fake news briefing

WASHINGTON

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Martin Sheen Questions Official 9/11 Story

Actor Martin Sheen questioned the collapse of the WTC twin towers as well as Building 7 and NORADs response to the 9/11 attacks during an anti-war march this past weekend in Los Angeles.

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1 in 10 U.S. Schools a 'Dropout Factory'

It's a nickname no principal could be proud of: "Dropout Factory," a high school where no more than 60 percent of the students who start as freshmen make it to their senior year. That description fits more than one in 10 high schools across America.

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First lady wins Argentina's presidential election

BUENOS AIRES, Argentina Electing the Wife of a President

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Sunday, October 28, 2007

Black Lawyers Rare At Supreme Court

WASHINGTON, D.C.

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High resolution version of Da Vinci's 'Last Supper' goes online

MILAN, Italy

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Florida Democrats rally despite snub by candidates

LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla.

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'Shoot first' laws make it tougher for burglars in the United States

Burglars in the United States could once sue homeowners if they were shot, but now a growing number of states have made it legal to shoot to kill when somebody breaks into a house.

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Israel cuts fuel supplies to Gaza Strip

Jerusalem, Israel

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Saturday, October 27, 2007

Pavarotti's Widow: It's Not Over Until The Fat Lady Gets Paid!

Which family member is going to get Luciano Pavarotti's New York flat property?

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Alan Keyes excluded from FRC straw poll

Why was Alan Keyes excluded from the FRC straw poll?Insider secrets revealed...

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Friday, October 26, 2007

Albert Howard is in the New York Times!

I have just been featured in the New York Times.Keep blogging about Albert Howard For U.S. President 2008.Put your money where your mouth is...make a financial donation today!

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Albert Howard is in the New York Times!

I have just been featured in the New York Times!
Keep blogging about my campaign, whether you love me or think I need some serious prayer!

http://www.thecaucus.blogs.nytimes.com/2007/10/23/
on-the-road-new-hampshire-filings/

Bill Cosby's Rant: We Can't Blame White People Anymore.

They're standing on the corner and they can't speak English.

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Thursday, October 25, 2007

Bill Clinton Trades Blows With 9/11 Truthers

For the second time in as many months a public appearance by Bill Clinton has been interrupted by 9/11 truth activists.

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Drowsy VP Cheney Nods Off During Meeting On California Fires

The Vice President had trouble keeping his eyes open during the White House Cabinet meeting Wednesday. He is a heart patient, and it is possible that the medication made him drowsy.

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BOO! 33% of Americans believe in Ghosts and UFOs

'Entertaining Angels Unaware'

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Ann Arbor, MI Republican Presidential Candidate Featured In N.Y. Times

Ann Arbor, MI. Albert Howard was interviewed in Concord, New Hampshire by the national media as he filed for the presidential primary ballot.

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Monday, October 22, 2007

From Blogger "B4Real2Me"

I would greatly appreciate it if you would REMOVE my words to you from your website. I don't want ANYONE to think that I would sink so low as to support your misguided views. I despise people like you, skin color not a factor but judging you strictly by your character.

Again, you being Clarence Thomas like… you’re NO friend of mine but instead apart of the enemy.

Oral Roberts returns to namesake university amid son's scandal

TULSA, Oklahoma Oral Roberts says devil won't steal ORU

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From Blogger "B4Real2Me"

Albert,

I just visited your website and want to know, ‘WHY?’ Why would you post something so offensive? Why are you do you still insist on using the ‘N’ word? Are you actually serious?

Let me give you a quick background of me, I served in the military (heck my whole family has served) and I’ve spent my WHOLE life fighting against racism and injustice. I currently returned from a three week road time where I first went to Jena LA for the Jena 6 case. I than found myself in Big Creek WV to show my support in the case where the six Whites kidnapped, raped and tortured the young Black woman there. I have also been involved in the rebuilding in New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina devastation. I’m especially interested in issues concerning me and my people, Black people. However, I feel that unless we’re ALL free than NONE us of can considering ourselves as being free. It takes the warden and prison guards to ensure that prisons remain locked up, so during their shift… they’re imprisoned too.

Now with me being the person that I am, fighting on the frontline to eradicate racism and hatred, I find you offensive and actually dangerous. You’re what I’m fighting against. Even though your skin color is the same as mine, even though your hair texture is similar to mine, and even though your people could have came across the water on the same slave ship as mine and even though you posted that picture of you smiling… you’re NO friend of mine. You’re on the opposite side from me as oppose to being an ally… you’re the enemy.

I cannot believe you. I expect this out of the David Dukes of this world. However, I guess you’re just another Clarence Thomas and a sheep in a wolf’s costume.

Well that being the case, know that there’s people out here like me. People who gladly take up the rod of Martin Luther King, Malcolm X, Thurgood Marshall, Rosa Parks and so many others who have died so that we can live better. Be aware that we’re out here everyday continuing the fight.

Sincerely,
B4Real2Me

Sunday, October 21, 2007

Saturday, October 20, 2007

Man Accused of Microwaving Baby

GALVESTON, Texas

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Jindal Wins Louisiana Governor's Race

BATON ROUGE, Louisiana.

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Suit: Chemo drug led to miscarriage

ST. LOUIS, Missouri.

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BREAKING: Dodd will FILIBUSTER the FISA Bill if his Hold is Ignored

Senate majority leader Harry Reid plans to disregard Senator Dodd's intention to place a hold on a FISA bill that includes amnesty for telecommunications companies. In this video, Dodd says he will go to the Senate floor and filibuster this bill if necessary. This is Real Leadership!

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Homosexuality VS. Boy Scouts Of America

Philadelphia punishes Boy Scouts because of their beliefs

The city of Philadelphia has decided to punish the Boy Scouts of America because it will not allow homosexuals to serve as Scout Leaders. City officials said they will charge the Cradle of Liberty Scouts Council $200,000 a year to use the city-owned headquarters. The Council was paying $1 per year (since 1928). The city owns the land on which the Council's 1928 Beaux Arts building sits.

The city says it is charging the scouts $200,000 a year because the scouts discriminate against homosexuals. But the city finds nothing wrong with their discrimination against the scouts because of the scouts' belief.

The action by city officials means that 30 new Cub Scout packs won't be organized, and that 800 needy kids will not be going to the Council's summer camp if the city charges them $200,000.

The Supreme Court ruled in 2000 that the scouts, as a private group, have a First Amendment right to bar homosexuals from membership. Philadelphia officials, in an effort to appease the homosexual activists, began searching for a way to punish the scouts. The rent increase was the vehicle to do that.

The Cradle of Liberty Council serves about 64,000 scouts in Philadelphia and its suburbs.

Albert Howard's personal letter to the city officials:


Dear Philadelphia City Officials,

I am sorry to learn that you are willing to punish the Cradle of Liberty Boy Scout Council because their belief is different from yours.

I implore you to put the needs of children above your personal prejudices and restore the original contract between the city's noble forefathers and the Cradle of Liberty Council.

A refusal to do so is a great disservice to the tens of thousands of children served by a national institution dedicated to doing good.

Albert Howard
AlbertHoward.org

If anyone is interested in writing a letter,


Additional contact information:

John F. Street, Mayor
City of Philadelphia
Room 215 City Hall
Philadelphia, PA 19107
Primary Phone: 215-686-2181
Fax: 215-686-2180
E-Mail: John F. Street, City of Philadelphia mayor@phila.gov

The Shocking Video Hillary Does NOT Want You To See! (1of2)

PART 1Power corrupts. Absolute power corrupts absolutely. Then, there's the Clintons... PLEASE RATE THIS VIDEO : )The Roughcut Trailer for - Hillary! Uncensored - the Documentary.This is the video that's been buzzing around the blogs for the past few months, becoming one of the most viewed on Google Video. It shows the Peter Paul s...

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Friday, October 19, 2007

Thursday, October 18, 2007

Most Stolen Cars In America

Detroit MotorCity USA

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Middle School Birth Control Approved

PORTLAND, Maine.

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'Blacks Are Stupid' Comments Betray Dark Mindset Of Eugenics

Controversy surrounding the comments of geneticist James Watson, who told a Sunday Times newspaper interviewer that black people are inherently less intelligent than whites, should come as no surprise to those who are aware of Watsons role in pushing the dark pseudo-science of eugenics.

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Will DOJ Look into the First Death of a U.S. 9/11 Researcher?

Will the Department of Justice look into the first death of a United States September 11th researcher?

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Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Oprah Blames Weight on Thyroid Condition

NEW YORK

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Planned Parenthood Clinic Faces Charges

Planned Parenthood Overland Park, Kansas clinic was charged Wednesday with 107 counts, including accusations that it provided unlawful late-term abortions.

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Kansas City Planned Parenthood Abortion Clinic Charged

KANSAS CITY, Mo.

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Ed Brown Gassed, Tortured In Deprivation Tank

In a disturbing audio clip, Ed Brown speaks for the first time since his arrest and relates how he was gassed by noxious fumes for three days in a detention center as well as being put in a deprivation tank for 15 hours.

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What's Googled Most Around The World

The shocking results may surprise your socks off!

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This question is for African Americans

Here's the link to the site... http://albertbenjaminhoward.blogspot.com/

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Richard Roberts asks ORU board for leave

TULSA, Okla.

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More parents using religion to avoid vaccinating their children

BOSTON

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Stephen Colbert Officially Announces Run for White House!

After nearly a solid week of dropping hints, Stephen Colbert threw his hat in the ring in the race for president tonight.

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The worst Polish Jokes: Kaczynski and Kaczynski

Two Polish hunters were driving through the country to go bear hunting. They came upon a fork in the road where a sign read “BEAR LEFT.” So they went home.

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BREAKING : Cheney and Obama are distant cousins

Lynne Cheney said she discovered that her husband of 43 years is eighth cousins with the senator from Illinois.

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Tuesday, October 16, 2007

BREAKING: Stanford Team Finds Blood Test to Identify Alzheimer's Disease

Researchers at Stanford University have developed a potentially path breaking blood test that, according to preliminary studies, is able to identify patients with Alzheimer's disease - an ailment that has been notoriously difficult to diagnose.

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BOYCOTT MRS. FIELDS COOKIES

ANN ARBOR, MI

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Mrs. Fields bans Christmas from their products

BOYCOTT MRS. FIELDS
Mrs. Fields has become the first company to ban Christmas from their products and promotion for this year.

When Diane H. of Michigan called Mrs. Fields and asked to speak with a supervisor in customer service about why they banned Christmas, the supervisor told Diane that they do not offer anything with Merry Christmas because they don't want to offend anyone.


My personal response letter to the company that bans Christmas:


Dear President Russo,

I sincerely regret that Mrs. Fields decided to ban Christmas from your products. One of your customer service supervisors said you did so because you did not want to offend anyone.

Well, you have offended me by banning the use of Christmas. I will not be buying any of your products this year.

I hope that next year you will include Christmas in your promotions. If you do, then I will consider buying products from you.


Albert Howard
AlbertHoward.org

Monday, October 15, 2007

Kucinich: "the next president should hand over Bush to law enforcement."

"If Congress doesn't impeach President Bush for intentionally misleading the public, the next president should hand over Bush and his administration to law enforcement officials."

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Bush 'planted fake news stories on American TV'

Federal authorities are actively investigating dozens of American television stations for broadcasting items produced by the Bush administration and major corporations, and passing them off as normal news. Some of the fake news segments...

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Sunday, October 14, 2007

21 Facts About The Internet You Should Know!

You probably use it every day but how well do you know your Internet?Ever wonder how all this foolishness got started in the first place and why? How big it really is?......

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What Not To Wear Over 50

Realistic Clothing Etiquette

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Ralph Nader on why Dems won't impeach Bush: Bush would declare martial law

This is unbelievable...several communities in Massachusetts passed resolutions to impeach Bush and presented the information to a Democratic congressman, and he said that if the Dems were to try impeaching Bush, he would attack Iran and declare martial law to cancel the 2008 elections.

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Saturday, October 13, 2007

Ex-Eastern Michigan University president sues board over firing

Ypsilanti, Michigan. Eastern Michigan University's former president is suing the school's Board of Regents to get his old job back.

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$575,000 Legal Bill for Whistleblower Case

The city has paid $575,000 to outside lawyers for defending Mayor Kwame Kilpatrick in a case in which a jury awarded $6.5 million to two ex-police officers who said they...

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Missing-Teacher Sex Scandal

School Teacher Erin McLean allegedly seduced teenagers and then disappeared.

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Strip-Searched at McDonald's

or "why i worry about the future of the United States of America."

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MGM Plans $5 Billion Dollar Casino

Atlantic City, New Jersey

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Nadia Comaneci and Albert Howard

Romania: The Mantle of Perfect 10's

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Holyfield loses to Ibragimov in unanimous decision in Moscow

MOSCOW, Russia

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Vatican prints secrets of Knights Templar

DaVinci Code fans will find this interesting...although getting your hands on a copy of THIS book may prove a little more challenging.

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Fox News Immediately Begins Smear Campaign Against Albert Gore, Nobel Prize

On Fox and Friends this morning, co-host Steve Doocy wasted no time in attacking Albert Gore & his Nobel Prize. "Here's something extraordinary," Doocy sarcastically said. "What do Al Gore, Yasser Arafat, and that crazy Jimmy Carter have in common? They all won the Nobel Peace Prize?"...Read on...

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Vatican suspends gay cleric after television interview

The Vatican has suspended a senior cleric who confessed his homosexuality on a television program even though his face and voice were made unrecognizable, a spokesman was quoted as saying Saturday.

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With the Nobel Peace Prize Albert Gore is pushed again to run for president

WASHINGTON — With Friday's announcement that Al Gore won the Nobel Peace Prize, his fans are pressing anew to persuade him to jump into the campaign for the 2008 Democratic presidential nomination.

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Margaret Sanger

Founder of Planned Parenthood

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How To Delete Files For Good

Delete those confidential files, before someone restores it. The articles contains some software that will surely clean your hardware..

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Politician's 'dirty' NASCAR insinuation angers fans

Brooklyn, Mich.

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Concerns over giant dam force China to relocate millions

BEIJING,-China

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Albert Gore on Apple Homepage

Albert has put his heart and soul, and much of his life during the past several years, into alerting and educating us all on the climate crisis. We are bursting with pride for Al and this historic recognition of his global recognitions.

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Friday, October 12, 2007

Python Attacks National Geographic Host

National Geographic host Brady Barr gets bitten by a giant python after attempting to restrain it.

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Is Michael Jackson Seriously Ill?

Lupus?

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Do Superstars Still Need Record Labels?

Ann Arbor, MI Record and Music Industry Paradigm Shift

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Ex Idol Contestant Clark Pleads Guilty

American Idol TV

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Best Places To Retire

Columbus, OHIO CNN MONEY

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Best Hospitals In America

ANN ARBOR, MI US News and World Report

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Star Trek Casting: Simon Pegg as Scotty, John Cho as Sulu; Budget $150M+

Hot Fuzz and Shaun of the Dead star Simon Pegg has been cast as Scotty and Harold and Kumar star John Cho has been cast as Sulu in JJ Abrams’ Star Trek, which has a reported $150+ million budget (more than twice as much as the biggest Trek movie to date).

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Margaret Sanger Like Hillary Clinton Is An Illegitimate Authority Figure

ANN ARBOR, Michigan. Margaret Sanger, The Founder of Planned Parenthood.What The Ku Klux Klan Could Only Dream About The Abortion Industry Is Accomplishing!

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Six-Year-Old Girl Facing $300 Fine for Chalk Drawing on Sidewalk

A neighbor called 311 to report the "graffiti".

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Oracle Makes Bid to Buy BEA Systems

Oracle Corp. made an unsolicited $6.66 billion offer for business-management software maker BEA Systems Inc., which has been under pressure from investor Carl Icahn to consider a sale of the company.

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Threat Boosts Security at Romeo High

Romeo, Mich. There's a threat at Romeo High School in Romeo.

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Woman's Body Floating Near Mackinac Bridge

A woman's body has been found floating near the Mackinac Bridge.

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An Inconvenient Verdict for Al Gore

British Court Ruling on Errors in 'An Inconvenient Truth' Resurrects Global Warming Debate

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Precocious Preachers

7 Years and 9 Years of Age

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Most Realistic Film You'll Ever See On Abortion

British Filmmaker Tony Kaye

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Senator Kennedy Undergoes Surgery

BOSTON, MASS.

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Ann Coulter on CNBC Show: Jews Need 'Perfecting'

She isn't even trying to be sane anymore.

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Al Gore wins Nobel Peace Prize

The Norwegian Nobel Committee has decided that the Nobel Peace Prize for 2007 is to be shared, in two equal parts, between the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) and Albert Arnold (Al) Gore Jr. for their efforts to build up and disseminate greater knowledge about man-made climate change....

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Thursday, October 11, 2007

Columbia Noose Message 'Very Personal'

Columbia University, New York

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Albert Gore Supporters' Movement Lacks a Candidate

Groups across the country have been raising money in a last-ditch effort to pull Albert Gore into a presidential race.

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Vicente Fox admits he and Bush have ’agreed’ on common currency.

Speaking on the Larry King show, former Mexican President Vicente Fox confirmed that he and George W. Bush have "agreed" to create a common currency, the Amero, he contended that a North American Union is "inevitable".

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Wednesday, October 10, 2007

GOP congressmen quit because of five-day work week

Nine Republican congressmen have so far announced that they will not be running for re-election. One of those lawmakers, Rep. Ray LaHood (R-IL), complained “that the Democrats’ new five-day workweek” is part of the reason they’re all retiring

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Rudy Resoundingly Booed by New Yorkers at Yankee Game

Yankee Fans Hate Rudy. Should that tell you anything? I think it should.

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Dog is kitten's new mom

A golden retriever began producing milk for a gray tabby after hearing its cries. 'Thinks she's a dog'

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14-year-old dies after shooting four at Ohio school

CLEVELAND, OH

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Some cell phone, PDA users report feeling 'phantom' vibrations

ANN ARBOR, MI

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Noose found on Columbia University professor's door

New York, N.Y.

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MC Hammer Dead? Pray It Ain't So!

Can't touch this!

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Vick Must Repay 20 Million from Bonus

ANN ARBOR, MI Who let the dogs out?

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Bobby Brown Hospitalized in Heart Attack Scare

TARZANA, Calif.

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Atlantic City Mayor Quits After Two Week Absence

ATLANTIC CITY, NEW JERSEY

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Little Girl Dies In Fall At Grand Canyon

ARIZONA

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Charges against son shock Oral Roberts

TULSA, OK.

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Insect Robot Spies Spotted at Political Rallies

"I'd never seen anything like it in my life, They were large for dragonflies. I thought, 'Is that mechanical, or is that alive?' "That is just one of the questions hovering over a handful of similar sightings at political events in Washington and New York. Some suspect the insect like drones are high-tech surveillance tools deployed by the DHS...

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Chrysler workers walk out as strike deadline passes

ANN ARBOR, MI

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The Dangers of Salvia

Did you know your teenager can legally buy a drug... effects have been compared to LSD? It’s called salvia and it’s very dangerous.

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Democrats withdraw from Michigan 'beauty contest'

ANN ARBOR, MI

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Funeral Service Ad - Come A Little Closer // pic

I'm not sure how this is an acceptable ad but it made me laugh.

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The Life of American Vagabonds [PICS]

"These are great photograph, whether the subjects are granola punks, lazy or disabled in any way is beside the point . The photos reflect an alternative lifestyle, something we don't get to see up close. I found viewing them an extraordinary reminder of youth, poverty, freedom, desolation, dirt, filth."

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Tuesday, October 9, 2007

Pulled over by an F-16

...Attendees were staring at an empty sky, wondering when the show was about to start. Suddenly, according to an account in The Washington Post, the crowd saw a little propeller plane buzzing along with a sleek fighter jet flying circles around it.

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Jones Surrenders Olympic Medals

Marion Jones Admits To Drug Use

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Nobel Prize in physics goes to German, Frenchman

STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN

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GM's OnStar system to thwart thieves by stopping cars

DETROIT, MI

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Big Media Ignores San Francisco Homosexual Event

Big Media Ignores San Francisco Homosexual Event

Recently, homosexuals in San Francisco celebrated an event called the Folsom Street Fair. The organizing group claimed that 400,000 people attended the event.

The purpose of the fair was to celebrate "leather pride", a euphemism for homosexuals who indulge in sadomasochism, often called S&M. These people enjoy bondage, whipping, spanking and other perverted sexual practices.

People who attended the event reported that police backed off while the party-goers practiced oral sex, nudity, masturbation, and orgies in public.

My purpose in writing is to let you know that not a single Big Media outlet reported the event. Can you imagine another event, of any kind, which draws 400,000 people not getting a single minute or a single mention from Big Media? Let Fred Phelps, who complains about homosexuals, show up somewhere and Big Media is all over him.

But let 400,000 people celebrate getting sexual kicks from inflicting physical pain on another person and Big Media can't be found.

Big Media, heavy promoters of the homosexual lifestyle, decided that any reporting on this event would hurt the homosexual agenda. Test Big Media not only by how they report the news, but also judge them by what they refuse to report.

Only an ATF Agent Would Think of Using a Gun Like This... (Pic)

What was he thinking?

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Romney confronted on the issue of medical marijuana

Mitt Romney is confronted on the issue of medical marijuana on Saturday following an event in Dover, New Hampshire.

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Jammie Thomas Accepting Paypal Donations. Fight the RIAA!

You can send donations directly to Jammie Thomas, sued by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) for alleged music pirating and illegal sharing of songs. She was fined $220,000. She is a 30-year-old single mom from Brainerd, MN with an annual income of $36,000. The internet got her into this, the internet can get her out!

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Sunday, October 7, 2007

VIDEO: Britney Spears w/ her sister

LA,CA

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Jennifer Lopez Pregnant - With Twins?

NEW YORK, N.Y. Will She Make An Announcement @ NYC concert?

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VIDEO: Janet Jackson's True Confessions

"Why Did I Get Married?"

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Why is a single doctor doing nearly every homicide autopsy in Mississippi?

Because he tells prosecutors what they want to hear. Quote from an ex-police chief: ""There's no question in my mind that there are innocent people doing time at Parchman Peniten

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Juanita Bynum: A Minister’s Public Lesson on Domestic Violence

Bishop Weeks VS. Prophetess Bynum

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Runner dies as Chicago Marathon experiences record heat

CHICAGO, ILLINOIS

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VIDEO: Clay Aiken In NYC!

ANN ARBOR, Mich.

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Pamela Anderson Marries In Las Vegas, Nevada

LAS VEGAS, NEVADA

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Lil Wayne Arrested

IDAHO

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For Schools, Lottery Payoffs Fall Short

Most of the billions of dollars raised by state lotteries is used simply to sustain the games, an examination by The Times has found.

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Al Sharpton Threatens Knicks Boycott... But Just Wants Isiah Apology

ANN ARBOR, MICH.

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Steinbrenner says Torre likely out if Yankees lose to Indians

ANN ARBOR, MICH.

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Idaho Hall of Fame to induct embattled Senator Larry Craig

ANN ARBOR, Mich.

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100 Fastest-Growing U.S. Churches by Numerical Growth for 2007

ANN ARBOR, MI

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Prosecutor Kills Himself In Prison Cell

Milan, MI

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Police MURDER man by tasering him. His last words, "don't kill me".

In Gwinnett County, Georgia, an un-edited police videotape shows 31-year-old Deacon Frederick Williams being struck with a TASER five times in 43 seconds, just 4 minutes after being led into the jail. His last words were: "Don't kill me, man. Don't kill me."

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Saturday, October 6, 2007

Friday, October 5, 2007

AP: Still Flogging Jeri Thompson 'Trophy Wife' Jab

Speaking of a here-we-go-again story, the AP this morning has revived the Jeri Thompson as trophy wife story again. This is an extremely demeaning charge leveled at the wife of Fred Thompson that keeps resurfacing, over and over, in the liberal press.

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Florida Woman Returns Bag Holding $65,000 found on road

ST. PETERSBURG, FL.

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Ohio couple gives birth to third October 2 baby

OHIO

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She's the Chief

Cathy Lanier: From High School Dropout to the Capital's First Female Police Chief

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Giuliani Pulled No Punches on the Radio

Former Mayor Rudolph Giuliani often could not contain himself on his radio show while he was New York mayor.

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Speculation Mounts That Browns Were Infiltrated, Tricked

Speculation is rife that the Browns were infiltrated and tricked before being violently subdued as authorities refuse to provide any details behind their arrest beside the fact that they did not peacefully surrender.

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New plastic is strong as steel, transparent

ANN ARBOR, Mich. By mimicking a brick-and-mortar molecular structure found in seashells, University of Michigan researchers created a composite plastic that's as strong as steel but lighter and transparent.

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Are U.S. troops being force-fed Christianity?

A watchdog group alleges that improper evangelizing of christain filth is occurring within the ranks ... Several conservative Christian ministries publicly proclaim an evangelistic aim "to transform the nations of the world through the militaries of the world," and they are active at US military installations in many countries.

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Thursday, October 4, 2007

Marion Jones Admits to Steroid Use

Track star Marion Jones has acknowledged using steroids as she prepared for the 2000 Summer Games in Sydney and plans to plead guilty tomorrow in New York to two counts of lying to federal agents about her drug use and an unrelated financial matter, according to a letter Jones sent to close family...

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CNBC/MSNBC/Wall Street Journal Sponsoring Republican Presidential Debate

Dearborn, Michigan USA. Tune in to watch the GOP debate on Economic Issues on Oct 9th on CNBC and MSNBC.

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Obama Will No Longer Wear American Flag Pin

2008 U.S. Democratic Presidential Candidate

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Halle Berry Receiving Death Threats?

Halle Berry has reportedly received death threats to her unborn baby. Disturbing new reports claim an unknown stalker has sent the Oscar winning actress sickening letters, along with several racist threats. Now Halle is reportedly beefing up security and...

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Rare Suspected measles outbreak spreads at Burns Park School

ANN ARBOR, Mich.

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California Man Nabbed in AG Online Sex Sting

Parents in Michigan are being urged to check their child's computer for the name wayboy26 , the ID of a San Diego man arrested in Ferndale where he was trying...

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Michigan Teachers, Students Allegedly Having Sex

Recently – two different female teachers Stephanie Ann Stein and Janelle Batkins have been arrested and are accused of sleeping with some teenage students.

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Three officers fired for on-the-job sex scandal

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich.

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Soldier once warned family: Investigate if I die

Ciara Durkin warned her family before returning to Afghanistan, "If anything happens to me, you guys make sure it gets investigated."What seemed a joke at the time could have been eerily prescient as Durkin, a National Guard specialist, was found dead, shot once in the head, within the fortified walls of Bagram Airfield in Afghanistan.

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Man Arrested after Saying No to Prostitute

It was Rocio Palacios who first noticed the woman who appeared to need help.

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Rudy Giuliani backed failed attempt to steal 2008 election

Giuliani is said to have established front group funded by his billionaire friend Paul Singer to rig California election law.

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Wednesday, October 3, 2007

Former NBA star Isiah Thomas found guilty in harassment case

A jury ruled Tuesday that New York Knicks coach Isiah Thomas sexually harassed a top team executive, subjecting the married mother of three to unwanted advances and a barrage of verbal insults.

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Was Princess Diana Pregnant?

ANN ARBOR, Mich.

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Tuesday, October 2, 2007

Little known secret: The U.S. has the worlds largest oil reserves.

Our gargantuan supply of oil lies beneath an area called the Green River Formation - a barren stretch of land covering portions of Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming. World-renowned geologist Walter Youngquist calls the oil beneath the Green River Formation, “a national treasure.” Congress calls this area simply, “the next Saudi Arabia.”

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Monday, October 1, 2007

Is America Ready to Elect Barack Obama? Ask Elizabeth Taylor.

ANN ARBOR, Mich.

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College Football Player Slain On Campus

MEMPHIS, Tenn.

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Baby Graham has arrived!

Pastor Steven Furtick

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Britney Spears Ordered To Give Kids To Federline

LOS ANGELES, Calif.

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Mr Giuliani Please Stop Mentioning 9/11

Mr. Giuliani, we all recognize that you were in New York City with the attacks occurred. Six years have passed and we don't want to hear about it from you anymore. Yes we will always remember the tragedy, but we're tired of you gassing on in shameless self aggrandizement. The way you're using Sept 11 is quite repulsive.

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AT&T threatens to disconnect subscribers who criticize the company

It's "Your World. Delivered," unless your world has views that "tend to damage the reputation of AT&T." Then it's "Your World. Disconnected."

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The Mega-Lie Called the "War on Terror": A Masterpiece of Propaganda

"If you tell a lie big enough and keep repeating it, people will eventually come to believe it. The lie can be maintained only for such time as the state can shield the people from the political, economic and/or military consequences of the lie" -- Joseph Goebbels, minister of propaganda in Nazi Germany, 1933-1945

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