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Thomas Friedman sums up the Iraq war... (5/29/2003)
9/11 Hijackers Passports were issued by the CIA - US Consulate Whistleblower
Did They Know? X-Files and Simpsons predict 9/11
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Daily Job Cuts - Layoff News , Job Layoffs 2011 / 2010 , Bankruptcy, Store closings, Business Economy News Daily Job Cuts - Layoff News , Job Layoffs 2011 / 2010 , Bankruptcy, Store closings, Business Economy News April Announced Layoff Total (Est.) - 4,151 April 10 , 2014 Stanley Black & Decker in Bewster - 35
November 28, 2011 in Congressional Budget Office Trends in the Distribution of Household Income Between 1979 and 2007 63 pages October 2011 From 1979 to 2007, real (inflation-adjusted) average household income, measured after government transfers and federal taxes, grew by 62 percent. Congressional Budget Office: Top 1% Income Rose 275% From 1979-2007 Congressional Budget Office: Top 1% Income Rose 275% From 1979-2007
6 Shocking Revelations About Wall Street's "Secret Government" 6 Shocking Revelations About Wall Street's "Secret Government" Photo Credit: john flanigan November 30, 2011 | Like this article?
Wal-Mart Heiress’s Art Museum a Moral Blight: Jeffrey Goldberg Wal-Mart Heiress’s Art Museum a Moral Blight: Jeffrey Goldberg The brand-new Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in the small northwest Arkansas city of Bentonville is the creation of Alice Walton, the daughter of the late Sam Walton, who founded Wal-Mart Stores Inc., the largest retailer in the world. Alice Walton, who is worth about $21 billion, has achieved her dream of building a top-tier museum that unabashedly celebrates American art in the American heartland. Crystal Bridges, in many ways, is an aesthetic success. It’s also a moral tragedy, very much like the corporation that provided Walton with the money to build a billion-dollar art museum during a terrifying recession.
‘Near Poor’ - Not Quite in Poverty, but Still Struggling
The St. Columbanus Church food pantry in Chicago feeds 500 households a week, but some weeks it struggles to keep up with demand. CBS Census data: Half of U.S. poor or low income Census data: Half of U.S. poor or low income
Judges Involved in Multiple Property Reconveyances JANET PHELAN September 11, 2009 SAN BERNARDINO, CA — Several years ago, all of the county's probate and conservatorship cases were moved to the Redlands Courthouse, and most of these cases were subsequently heard by Judge James M. Welch. Judges and Mortgage Loans Judges and Mortgage Loans
Lawyer Jailed for Advising Client to Assert 5th Amendment Right From the court's website: The amount of the bond is determined by the degree of risk a defendant poses to his/her victim or society and the likelihood of the defendant appearing for future court appearances. Defendants posing high risk in these areas may have a higher bond set. In many cases, a District Court Probation Officer will conduct an investigation, called bond screening, into the defendant’s history of prior criminal acts, violent nature, employment, family connections, and substance abuse issues. Lawyer Jailed for Advising Client to Assert 5th Amendment Right
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