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Biggest solar storm in years hits, so far so good

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Biggest solar storm in years hits, so far so good

 

Supreme Court Ruling Prompts FBI to Turn Off 3,000 Tracking Devices

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Supreme Court Ruling Prompts FBI to Turn Off 3,000 Tracking Devices

 

The end of honest era: Kucinich defeated in Ohio

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With both Paul and Kucinich leaving the House, there will be almost no honesty left:

Liberal U.S. Congressman Kucinich defeated in Ohio

 

Will Obama Super PAC Return Misogynist Bill Maher's Million-Dollar Donation?

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Will Obama Super PAC Return Misogynist Bill Maher's Million-Dollar Donation?


 

Special interest laws aren't appauling (only for conservative causes))

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Iowa governor signs law penalizing animal rights

I thought special interest crimes were unconstitutional. I guess that's only if they are "liberal" causes... obviously trespassing and theft was already illegal.

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The fat pink slobs who go roaring over the landscape in these over-sized over-priced over-advertised mechanical mastodons are people too lazy to walk, too ignorant to saddle a horse, too cheap and clumsy to paddle a canoe. Like cattle or sheep, they travel in herds, scared to death of going anywhere alone, and they leave their sign and spoor all over the back country: Coors beer cans, Styrofoam cups, plastic spoons, balls of Kleenex, wads of toilet paper, spent cartridge shells, crushed gopher snakes, smashed sagebrush, broken trees, dead chipmunks, wounded deer, eroded trails, bullet-riddled petroglyphs, spray-painted signatures, vandalized Indian ruins, fouled-up waterholes, polluted springs and smoldering campfires piled with incombustible tinfoil, filter tips, broken bottles. Etc.

Edward Abbey
Novelist / Environmentalist




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