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Was Loughner In Love With Congresswoman Giffords?
Now that the contrived idea that heated political rhetoric from conservatives has been rejected as a motivation behind Jared Lee Loughner's tragic rampage in which Congresswoman Gabrielle Giffords was targeted, Loughner's documented obsession with Giffords indicates that he may have been infatuated with the Arizona Democrat.

Arizona Shooter Was On Powerful Hallucinogens
Accused Shooter Wrote on Gaming Site of His Job Woes, Rejection by Women
He did not watch TV. He disliked the news. He didn’t listen to political radio
Is Giffords Really a Victim of Heated Rhetoric?
Arizona Shooting Suspect Wrote `Die Bitch’ on Giffords Letter
Police Say They Visited Tucson Suspect’s Home Even Before Rampage
Talk radio under siege: New push for Fairness Doctrine
Sanders Fundraises Off Arizona Murders

Spin, span, spun: now it’s “climate challenges”
You’d think with something so devastating, so frightening, so certain, they would not need to keep changing the name to make it more marketable. Maybe they can take a cue from Coca-Cola and call it: “New post normal science AGW” and “Classic AGW”. Yeah, that’ll work.

Poll: Americans Reject Media Hoax On Arizona Shootings
The establishment media campaign to crassly exploit the tragic Arizona shootings as a way to bludgeon the First Amendment and silence critics of the Obama administration has failed spectacularly, with even a majority of Democrats telling a CBS poll that "violent political rhetoric" was not to blame for the actions of a mentally disturbed madman.


Bill Clinton: ‘We Need To Be Careful About The Things We Say’
Dem Congressman who called for GOP Gov. to be put against a wall and shot now pleads for civility
Fox News chief tells GOP employees to ‘tone it down’
Michael Savage Attacks Chris Matthews Blaming Savage Levin on Arizona Shooting
MSNBC’s Matthews Uses Debunked Spitting Story as Analogy for Political Violence
Dem Congressman: If Violent Rhetoric Didn’t Cause This Shooting, It Will Cause Next One
Is Ed Schultz’ Show Really the Best Venue For Lectures About Vitriolic Speech?

Sen. Leahy: Vermont Has Low Crime Rate and ‘Doesn’t Have Gun Control’
Sen. Patrick Leahy (D-Vt.) noted that his home state of Vermont has a low crime rate despite its lack of gun control, but he also said what works in Vermont may not work in all areas of the country.

Where did all the Haiti relief money go?
According to a survey by the Chronicle of Philanthropy of 60 major relief organizations,only 38 percent of that money has been spent to provide recovery and rebuilding aid.

An Overwhelming Number of Scientific Studies Conclude That Cavity Levels are Falling Worldwide … Even In Countries Which Don’t Fluoridate Water
Everyone agrees that the number of cavities have plummeted in the U.S. over the last couple of decades, after water fluoridation was introduced (that is why health officials call water fluoridation “one of the ten greatest public health accomplishments of the last century”).

Sanders Says Bernanke Ducks Request for Details on Fed Loans
Vermont Senator Bernard Sanders, whose legislative provision forced the Federal Reserve to disclose last month the recipients of $3.3 trillion in financial-crisis aid, said Chairman Ben S. Bernanke ducked his request for more details about the loans.

Home price drops exceed Great Depression
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71% Oppose Raising Debt Ceiling As Congress Prepares To Ignore Supermajority’s Wishes Again
Some 71 percent of those surveyed oppose increasing the borrowing authority, the focus of a brewing political battle over federal spending.

Merkel Says Germany Ready to Do `Whatever Needed’ to Save Euro
Chancellor Angela Merkel indicated that Germany is ready to revise the terms of Europe’s rescue fund for indebted states, underscoring her willingness to take whatever steps are necessary to blunt the sovereign debt crisis.

Timeline of recent mysterious bird, fish deaths
The recent mysterious deaths of birds and fish are causing alarm among naturalists around the world. Birds are literally falling dead out of the sky, and fish are washing up dead on shores and rivers across North America and around the world.

China stealth jet upstages US defence chief’s visit
US Defense Secretary Robert Gates on Wednesday toured China’s nuclear command centre to end what he called a “very successful” visit — one upstaged by a bold display of Beijing’s advanced weaponry.

How the Food Safety Modernization Act will destroy American jobs, farms and local foods
How will the new Food Safety Modernization Act actually impact small, local farmers who grow food for CSA’s, local restaurants and grocers? To find out, I took a road trip to Texas and interviewed several small, local farmers to ask them, face to face, how the S.510 Food Safety Modernization Act would impact them.

Violence Over Surging Food Prices In Algeria Spreads As Rioting Leaves Many Dead In Neighboring Tunisia

Downturn’s Ugly Trademark: Steep, Lasting Drop in Wages
In California, former auto worker Maria Gregg was out of work five months last year before landing a new job—at a nearly 20% pay cut.

10 Things That Would Be Different If The Federal Reserve Had Never Been Created
Primary Dealers Leech Off Fed’s Currency Destruction
Here They Come For Your Money – Dozens Of States Are Raising Taxes In 2011

N.J. Town To Vote On Middle School Drug Tests
A proposal to conduct random drug tests of young students in one New Jersey town is raising some eyebrows.

Blanket of ice: U.S. shivers as 49 of 50 states are hit by snow storms
The U.S. is shivering in the grips of a freezing winter with 49 of its 50 states now having snow on the ground.

 

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