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Published August 15, 2006

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Letter to the Editor: Who is setting the policy


President Bush has rejected stem cell legislation passed by both the Senate and House of Representatives. Bush vetoed a bill that three out of four Americans support, a bill that would have funded embryonic stem cell research; stem cell research that...

Letter to the Editor: Two-part scheme


A massive two-part scheme is being perpetrated on our citizens by the federal government. Very few citizens are aware of it because the feds are quietly promoting it. Part one started in 1994 when the North American Free Trade Agreement was sold to t...

Letter to the Editor: September 11, 2001


When we were attacked five years ago on September 11, 2001, I hoped our President would strike back at our attackers with the force and violence they warranted. I did not wish for war. I just know war is the only thing this enemy will understand. T...

Letter to the Editor: John Birch Society


The John Birch Society has issued a legislative alert warning citizens to demand that congress stop the U.S.-Oman so-called Free Trade Agreement (regional government) Treaty, between us and the country of Oman in the Mid-East, that recently passed th...

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