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How Stephen Colbert Taught Jeb Bush To Run For President
Thu Mar 19, 2015
In reply to:John Doe-2241225 #1 The article notes that Paul S. Ryan, senior counsel at the Campaign Legal Center, "said the Federal Election Committee should be investigating if Bush and Walker are using their money for activities that would qualify them as candidates who are 'testing the water …
Scott Walker Signs Anti-Union Bill
Mon Mar 9, 2015
In reply to:ronaswyhod #4 What's your exact problem with them?
McDonald's to Stop Using Chickens With Human Antibiotics
Wed Mar 4, 2015
In reply to:NickinMinnesota #9 Natural is many times better. I personally haven't read anything that argues artificial growth hormone is good for people, or that we should be raising more animals on antibiotics used to fight human infections. Regarding "unrecognizable chemical names," many …
As Oceans Become Killing Field, Fish We Eat Dwindle
Tue Mar 3, 2015
In reply to:blueunicorn #10 The Duggars aside, educating and empowering people--particularly women--is argued to be an important part of population control. The power to use birth control is a major part of this.
Global Warming Helped Spur Syrian War, Study Says
Mon Mar 2, 2015
In reply to:Rex-1306908 #1.1 What exact problems do you have with the study?
One-Third of Americans Living on Financial Edge
Mon Feb 23, 2015
In reply to:Johnny E #21 What kinds of proof do you have that this is occurring on a large-scale level (specifically that buying iPhones, etc. is causing people to fall majorly behind)?
Tiny Quakes Linked to Fracking Raise Risks, Geophysicist Says
Sun Feb 15, 2015
In reply to:Robert-1107492 #9 Do you know of any experts who support your argument? As this article notes, "Many studies have linked the increase in small quakes to the process of injecting wastewater deep underground because it changes pressure and triggers dormant faults."
In Rebuke of Tennessee Governor, Koch Group Shows Its Power
Fri Feb 6, 2015
I've posted this before, but I think it's worth mentioning in light of this healthcare debate. How to avoid supporting the Koch brothers: Don't buy the following products: 1. Georgia-Pacific products (housewares, building products, and office products). Common products include Brawny,&nbs …
Study Measures 'Missing Oil' From 2010 BP Spill on Gulf Floor
Tue Feb 3, 2015
In reply to:Road Warrior-252445 #6.7 Many of those are great ideas. I know I try to conserve more and pollute less all the time. (Also, along with growing your own food, buying organic also negates the use of pesticides and fertilizers.) I also support public policy that at the least stops subsidizi …
Koch Spending Presents a Challenge for Republicans, Too
Thu Jan 29, 2015
How to avoid supporting the Koch brothers: Don't buy the following products: 1. Georgia-Pacific products (housewares, building products, and office products). Common products include Brawny, Quilted Northern, Angel Soft,Dixie, Mardis Gras napkins (I guess there's an app to …
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