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Reaching the Point of No Return

Reaching the Point of No Return

Summer arrived on Cape Cod with uncharacteristic punctuality this year. Just three days before the Solstice the sun’s warmth achieved an intensity unknown and almost unremembered since last year.

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The Good News Roundup

The Good News Roundup

Right to roam, Namibia drops leaded fuel, Decriminalizing pot

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Special Report: Nation-Building Blues

Special Report: Nation-Building Blues

On September 18, 2005 millions of Afghans defied the threat of violence to return to the polls for the second time in a year, this time to elect their national assembly.

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Human Rights - Now we are living in the technological and modern world. India has developed in all the fields. All of have equal rights.

Welfare Rights Unions - Employee welfare defines as “efforts to make life worth living for workmen”. These efforts have their origin either...

KWRU - Whether you have been on a job for 1 day or 60 years, what rights do you have? What can you legally expect from your employer?

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RFID Tags Imbedded in Congressmen - We seem to have a real problem with our United States Senators, Congressmen and Politicians these days.

Move Washington DC to New Orleans - Due to the lack of ability of the State of Louisiana to protect her citizens, due the lack of New Orleans to beef up their levee system in the last 35 years and due to the inability of the Governor of the State of Louisiana and the Mayor of New Or.

Dying to Vote in Mississippi Part I - By 1965 concerted efforts to break the grip of state disfranchisement had been under way for some time, but had achieved only modest success overall and in some areas had achieved no success at all.

Howard Dean Political Rhetoric Heightened - Recently Democratic National Chairman and Spokesman and Governor of Vermont the smallest populated city in the Nation, Mr.

Drugs Is Education and Legalization the Answer - The illegal drug problems in the United States are very bad although seem to remain in the shadows; out of sight out of mind and thus are not discussed openly.

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