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Rare Iranian Protest Targets Ahmadinejad
Oct 8 09:58 AM EST
Associated Press Writer

TEHRAN, Iran - An estimated 100 students staged a rare demonstration Monday against Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad, calling him a "dictator" and scuffling with hardline students at Tehran University. (more)

Same-sex marriage reading right for 2nd-graders?
October 9, 2007
Transcript of Dem candidates' replies to question at Dartmouth debate

'USAF Preparing Arab Allies for Iran'
Updated Oct 2, 2007 20:51

The US Air Force is working with military leaders from Persian Gulf states to train and prepare Arab air forces for a possible war with Iran, The Daily Telegraph in London reported Tuesday. (more)



Adam Gadahn The US al qaeda spokestraitor
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Kill Political Correctness 102
Sunday, October 7, 2007

Kill Political Correctness 101

Hippie-crites & Political Correctness

The Dumb Blond Speaks Ahmadinejad & Columbia University

The Dumb Blond Replies Ahmadinejad/Columbia University

Christian Shoots Back When Terrorists Attack
September 14, 2007
11:26 a.m. EST
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WASHINGTON – What happens when a gang of terrorists, armed to the teeth, attacks a church full of defenseless Christians?
It happened in South Africa. But the terrorists were in for a surprise. (more)

'Secessionists meeting in Tennessee'
Wed Oct 3, 3:15 AM ET
By BILL POOVEY, Associated Press Writer

CHATTANOOGA, Tenn. - In an unlikely marriage of desire to secede from the United States, two advocacy groups from opposite political traditions — New England and the South — are sitting down to talk.(more)

Who Pays What on Tax Day
APRIL 15, 2007
By Scott A. Hodge and Brian Phillips San Diego Union-Tribune

The truth is that the vast majority of federal income taxes are paid by high-income earners. According to the most recent IRS data available, the top 10 percent of households - with incomes roughly $100,000 or greater - pay roughly 70 percent of all federal income taxes. That share is up from just below 50 percent in 1980. If you include the top quarter of all taxpayers, the share balloons to 85 percent.
When all of the dependents of these income-producing households are counted, roughly 120 million Americans - 40 percent of the U.S. population - are outside of the federal income tax system. (more)