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Sunday, October 26, 2014

‘National & World News’ Archives

Meltdown

Meltdown

A four-part investigation into a world of greed and recklessness that led to financial collapse. By       Part one  The men who crashed the world. (Video) In the first episode of Meltdown, we hear about four men who brought down the global economy: a billionaire mortgage-seller who fooled millions; a high-rolling banker with a fatal weakness; a ferocious Wall Street predator; and the power behind the throne. The crash of September 2008 brought the largest ... Full Story

The Las Vegas Debate: Fact Check

The Las Vegas Debate: Fact Check

      Las Vegas Smackdown Republican candidates hammered each other for two hours in a lively Nevada confrontation — and often strayed from the facts. Read More             Fact checking the CNN Republican debate in Las Vegas By Glenn Kessler The Republican debate hosted by CNN’s Anderson Cooper Tuesday night was certainty lively and at times feisty. Read ... Full Story

Libya Situation Report: October 18

Libya Situation Report: October 18

    Weekend Edition  Tuesday Edition

BLM announces Fall-Winter Wild Horse and Burro Gather

BLM announces Fall-Winter Wild Horse and Burro Gather schedule

  The Bureau of Land Management today announced its tentative fall-winter schedule for gathering wild horses and burros from overpopulated herds on Western public rangelands.  The gathers are needed to bring herd sizes into balance with other rangeland resources and uses, as required by Federal law and approved land-use plans.  Along with removals, the fall-winter gathers will be used to apply a fertility- control vaccine during the ideal time (from November through February) for ... Full Story

Dems accuse GOP of voter suppression

Dems accuse GOP of voter suppression

  The Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee (DSCC) is up in arms over a new report that indicates a vast number of voters are being disenfranchised in the 2012 elections. The DSCC press release states According to the report, 5 MILLION voters – more than decided the 2000 and 2004 presidential elections – could be affected by this coordinated GOP effort to skew the 2012 elections. Not surprisingly, the suppression effort specifically targets traditionally Democratic voters. ... Full Story

Fact-Checking the Fox News-Google GOP debate

Fact-Checking the Fox News-Google GOP debate

              Fact-Checking the Fox News-Google GOP debate By Bill Adair Published on Thursday, September 22nd, 2011 After several debates that were so similar they sometimes felt like reruns, Thursday night's debate in Orlando brought some new twists, the appearance of former New Mexico Gov. Gary Johnson and questions from YouTube. Read More            

Do Politicians lie?

Do Politicians lie?

Apparently they do. There are some people who research and explain these things for us.         The Washington Post Has "The Fact Checker." he recently looked at the Republican debate and here is what he found; Fact checking the GOP debate at the Reagan library by Glenn Kessler That was a rip-roaring Republican debate Wednesday night at the Reagan library. As is our practice, we will quickly assess a number of claims and then ...  Read More Another ... Full Story

Not only were the events of 9/11 overwhelming

Not only were the events of 9/11 overwhelming

 but so were the Rumors.   By Rich Buhler, Creator of TruthOrFiction.com There was another historic effect of the Attack on America on September 11, 2001. It generated more rumors on the Internet through forwarded emails than anything before or since. In the middle of the shock, anger, and uncertainty of that day, forwarded emails became the underground newspaper of the country. Those eRumors were a way that people shared information with each other that they thought was being ... Full Story

Comments on the House Budget vote

Comments on the House Budget vote

Republican Press Releases Rep Gardner on Budget Reduction Act of 2011   WASHINGTON D.C. – Following a vote to pass the Budget Reduction Act of 2011 by 218 to 210, Congressman Cory Gardner (R-CO) released the following statement: “While no plan is perfect, this meets the standards we set forth in the cut, cap and balance proposal. It achieves 70 percent of the discretionary spending cuts that were in the House-passed budget. It calls for a vote on the Balanced Budget ... Full Story

Isn’t Medicaid cut a tax hike?

How do you define a tax increase. The government getting more of your money. The following article from the Center on Budget and Policy Priorities points out that the plan before congress would shift the costs of Medicaid to those least able to afford it. For them, it is the same as a tax increase, they have less disposable income. It is all a mater of semantics and perhaps how much money you have to contributed to political candidates.   Center on Budged and Policy Matters Proposal ... Full Story

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