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The United States of… Israel?

From yesterday, the Democrats have updated their political platform in the midst of their Convention in Charlotte this week: (CNN) – Democrats voted to update their party’s platform Wednesday evening at their convention to include a reference to Jerusalem being the capital of Israel, as well as the insertion of the word “God,” neither of …

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Coca-Cola Returns To Burma–American Hypocrisy?

After over 60 years of U.S. economic sanctions against the Burmese military junta, the U.S.-based international soft drink behemoth, Coca-Cola, has announced its plans to resume business in the democratizing capitalizing nation. Personal concerns about the nutritional value of Coke’s products notwithstanding, I’ve got no problem seeing an economic agreement take place between Burmese capitalists and …

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Who Would You Pick For U.S. President If Voting Were Today?

Related articles Romney Senior Staff: Why That Obama Is a Liar, and We Plan To Start Calling Him Such ( Political group’s U.S. tax break assailed by Columbus pastors ( Poll Results: Romney Picks Up More Supporters After SCOTUS Ruling ( A.M. Links: Obama Committed to Letting Bush Tax Cuts Expire, Boehner Limits Romney Enthusiasm …

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Will Obama’s Deception Spell America’s End?

Barack Obama has been legally determined to not have met the basic citizenship requirements for holding the Office of Present of the United States of America. His non-citizen father, his mother who had renounced her U.S. citizenship to travel to Indonesia, and now the most scandalous inscrutable proof yet of the Obama deception is the …

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Barack Obama vs. Mitt Romney: Who’s More Socialist?

Barack Obama is widely considered to be the most socialist U.S. president in history. He has instituted the so-called “Obama Care” and solidified government control over several American industries that had typically been overseen by the private sector or a more mixed form of socialism. Mitt Romney, his Republican challenger in 2012’s presidential election, has also …

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