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Thomas Paine

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Saturday, September 15, 2012

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English: Libyan oil field and pipeline, 2011.English: Libyan oil field and pipeline, 2011. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Occupy Wall StreetOccupy Wall Street (Photo credit: InSapphoWeTrust)
That which can never be unseen again!That which can never be unseen again! (Photo credit: gregoriusu)
WikiaWikia (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Libyan pivot irrigation in Al Kufrah,...English: Libyan pivot irrigation in Al Kufrah, southeast Cyrenaica. Oil wealth has enabled Libya to pursue extravagant projects such as agriculture in the Sahara Desert. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Inside al Fadeel compound, Benghazi, ...English: Inside al Fadeel compound, Benghazi, Libya. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
English: Inside al Fadeel compound, Benghazi, ...English: Inside al Fadeel compound, Benghazi, Libya. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
Libya is a predominantly desert country. Up to...Libya is a predominantly desert country. Up to 90% of the land area is covered in desert. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Do anthropologists approach YOU? Do you want them to?

by on September 11th, 2012
Uh…. does anyone else think its incredibly creepy that the AAA’s new ‘Registry of Anthropological Data Wiki‘ is hosted by Wikia and festooned with ads? Did you ever dream of the day that you could both locate the field notes of Mary Clifton Ayres and learn 3 questions that are PROVEN to make women want you?
Awake, sleeper, for your dreams have become reality.




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Are You Future-Focused or Present-Focused?
Most people are naturally one way or the other—they either focus on long-term goals or they want immediate gratification. As entrepreneur Derek Sivers explains, always sticking to one pattern of thought is detrimental. The greatest success comes from overriding your natural tendencies to find a balance of the two. More »
Former premier Peter Lougheed dies in hospital
He was a collegiate football star, a Harvard graduate, a visionary, a statesman and Canada’s Blue-eyed Sheik. He was Peter Lougheed.
Clashes intensify near US embassy in Cairo
Demonstrators angry over anti-Muslim video hurl stones at police, as US braces for more protests after Friday prayers.
BREAKING: Scott Walker's Anti-Union Law Struck Down by WI Judge as Unconstitutional, 'Null & Void'
Just breaking from AP: MADISON, Wis. - A Wisconsin judge has struck down the state law championed by Gov. Scott Walker that effectively ended collective bargaining rights for most public workers. Dane County Circuit Judge Juan Colas ruled Friday that the law violates both the state and U.S. Constitution and is null and void. The ruling comes after a lawsuit brought by the Madison teachers union and a union for Milwaukee city employees. Walker spokesman Cullen Werwie says he is confident the decision will be overturned on appeal. It was not clear if the ruling means the law is immediately suspe

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Free Speech and Political Violence
I find the number of people willing to censor offensive speech in the wake of the anti-Islam film, and the reaction that it has provoked, disturbing. One example is this USA Today op-ed, written by a professor of religious studies, arguing that “Sam Bacile” (Nakoula Basseley Nakoula), who is said to be responsible for the film, should be arrested. I assume that this view is not widespread among pr
Climate Models: 100% right except for rain, drought, storms, humidity and everything else
Yet more observations from the planet show that modelers misunderstand the water based part of the climate – on our water based planet. Modelers thought that dry ground would decrease afternoon storms and rainfall over those frazzled parched lands (though I don’t remember many headlines predicting “More Drought means Fewer Storms” ). But observations show that storms are more likely to rain over d
A Short (and Hasty) Note on the Current Wave of Attacks
Tunisia Protests, APReaders probably already know that anti-western attacks are spreading beyond Egypt and Libya, and to non-US facilities. In Sudan, the German embassy is "in flames."And so on.How would someone committed to relational social analysis understand what's happening? Here's an 'analytical snap judgment':We have an event -- the emergence of the anti-Muslim film -- that fits a particula
Some musings on the death of Peter Lougheed, founder of Alberta’s Tory dynasty
Peter Lougheed on the campaign trail in 1971. (Glenbow Archives Photo) TORONTO Peter Lougheed was the last Alberta Conservative leader worthy of the title. By that I mean the premier who in 1971 founded the Conservative dynasty that rules the province to this day was a member of the now almost forgotten stream of conservatism that actually wanted to conserve things worth conserving, and that recog

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The EnvironmentaList
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Talking Love and Environment in Kashmir
Film Review: Valley of Saints (fiction)
Dolphin Murals Spark Marine Awareness Campaign in Philippines
A painter's spontaneous reaction to slaughter of dolphins shown in The Cove turns into a movement for protecting ocean life
Larry Gibson: Appalachia’s Lorax
Mountaintop removal forced people to consider what they wouldn’t sacrifice
Smoke City
The juxtaposition of the Richmond hills and Chevron’s smokestack is a visceral reminder of the scale of our addiction to dirty energy

The Corbett Report
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The Unanswered Questions of 9/11
by James Corbett corbettreport.com September 11, 2012 In his latest weekly address to the nation, President Obama asserts that America’s questions about 9/11 have been answered. If only it were so. The questions of 9/11 have only continued to pile up higher since that fateful day, and despite official platitudes we are no closer to having those questions answered today then we were when they first
Episode 242 – The Meaning of 9/11 Truth
We’ve covered the who/what/where/when/why of 9/11 on this podcast in the past, but in this 9/11 11th anniversary episode of the podcast we ask: what is the meaning of 9/11 truth? What do we know? What don’t we know? And why should we care? Join James as he explores this question through interviews with Clyde Lewis, Tom Secker and Jack Blood. For those with limited bandwidth, CLICK HERE to download
The Meaning of 9/11 Truth
We’ve covered the who/what/where/when/why of 9/11 on this podcast in the past, but in this 9/11 11th anniversary episode of the podcast we ask: what is the meaning of 9/11 truth? What do we know? What don’t we know? And why should we care? Join James as he explores this question through interviews with Clyde Lewis, Tom Secker and Jack Blood. CLICK HERE for the mp3 audio of this podcast. Documentat
The TPP Cometh: Tyranny by Trade Deal
[CLICK HERE to continue watching this video on BoilingFrogsPost.com] by James Corbett BoilingFrogsPost.com September 11, 2012 When SOPA and PIPA, the House and Senate bills to impose draconian regulations on the internet in the name of “protecting intellectual property rights” broke through into public awareness late last year, it caused an immediate, widespread, grassroots protest movement to ri

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Unity: To A Color Or A Principle?!
Since treachery comes in every shade, who can I trust? Well, what do I stand for? What vision do I have for myself, for my community, for the world around me? One could ask: Do I have a community of people who SHARE my vision? Or am I a lone wolf? I am a lone wolf. There is no black or other community to unite with. Haven’t found them yet at this late date and it doesn’t seem likely. The black fol
A Moment Of Silence, Before I Start This Poem
By EMMANUEL ORTIZ Before I start this poem, I’d like to ask you to join me In a moment of silence In honor of those who died in the World Trade Center and the Pentagon last September 11th. I would also like to ask you To offer up a moment of silence For all of those who have been harassed, imprisoned, disappeared, tortured, raped, or killed in retaliation for those strikes, For the victims in both
The Shock Doctrine
A documentary adaptation Naomi Klein’s 2007 book, The Shock Doctrine. An investigation of disaster capitalism, based on Naomi Klein’s proposition that neo-liberal capitalism feeds on natural disasters, war and terror to establish its dominance. Based on breakthrough historical research and four years of on-the-ground reporting in disaster zones, The Shock Doctrine vividly shows how disaster capita

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Bring in the Katz!
Cut the Cable.
On Tuesday Vince Cable said that "pure laissez-faire economics" do not work. Today, despite recognising that in the past two years there's been over a million new private sector jobs created, more than suggesting that there isn't any great hesitancy on the part of business to take on staff, apparently the job market needs to be even further liberalised. He might not have gone along with Adrian B
Annual Mercury prize whinge.
No Rustie (yes, he won the Graun first album award, but that's no excuse), no Actress, no Lone, and no bass except for the odd track on the Jessie Ware album. Of those actually nominated, Field Music's album is dull as dishwater, the Maccabees' third effort is dismal, and any artist who cites Jack Johnson as a major influence, as Ben Howard does, needs a kick up the arse. Django Django's debut i
Liam Fox steps in front of the Boris bandwagon.
The threat to David Cameron is serious. The threat to Cameron isn't serious. There is no threat to Cameron. Of these statements, after today only the latter can possibly true. Away from dubious reports concerning two Tory MPs approaching Colonel Bob Stewart about standing as a "stalking horse" candidate, apparently unaware that the rules on challenging the leader in the Conservative party

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How Close Is Iran to Bomb #1?
A friend and colleague who prefers to remain anonymous has asked me to post the following. For reasons you can probably guess, I haven’t had time to take a hard look at the numbers. By now everyone already knows about the spat between Israeli PM Netanyahu and the Obama administration over “red lines” for the Iranian nuclear program. The New York Times explains what was behind it: “The Israelis are
Three Messages from GOV/2012/48
Not for the first time, the IAEA Board of Governors on Thursday afternoon passed a resolution on safeguards implementation in Iran which said a few things that its sponsors neglected to point out when they explained the results to the Vienna press corps minutes after the vote was taken behind the closed doors of the M Building at the VIC. The Iran resolution, the brainchild of the P5+1, more or l
KN-08 Markings
So, baby number 2 is due any day now.  I don’t expect to be blogging much over the coming month. One of the great joys of working at the Monterey Institute is the tremendous number of talented students with amazing language skills. I have an article, written with one of our students named Hanah Rhee, about an amazing North Korean film, The Country I Saw. It’s titled “How We Learned to Stop Worryin
Catch and Release
Two decades of Stimson Center Research Assistants and interns have compiled a chronology of confidence-building measures between India and Pakistan. I asked the most recent keeper of this database, Drew Stommes, to help me discover patterns in these data points. In a nutshell, here is what we found: 1. Every year, there are usually multiple CBMs to improve the atmosphere, such as the release of fi

Obsidian Wings
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Found things Friday open thread
by liberal japonicus In line with the possible discovery of Richard III's remains and woolly mammoth DNA and a lost Renoir in a WVirginia flea market, I wonder what the commentariat would like to be discovered. Obviously, finding something in the same fashion as the $7 Renoir, that would allow me to live in the style I should be accustomed to, would be great, but let's make it a bit diffic

Pesticide Action Network
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Congress, we need a Farm Bill NOW!
When Congress returned from recess this week they started negotiating the terms under which the Farm Bill will be extended (beyond its September 30 ending date) and funded for at least the next six months. The proposal on the table guts conservation programs.  read more

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Joe Klein Calls Bibi Out
Visit NBCNews.com for breaking news, world news, and news about the economyI'm not much a fan of Joe Klein, but he gets it exactly right on Morning Joe.
Pollia Condensata
Apparently, the "shiniest object in the world" is the African fruit, Pollia condensata. Details in this study.Photo: Vignolini et al / AP
Bits and Pieces - September 10, 2012
Joseph Stieglitz: Mitt Romney's fair share.Joe Biden and bikers.Barack Obama and pizza parlor owner. (autoplay video)BBC worries that the French are losing the formal vous. I hope they don't give up the differention between singular and plural, because that's something I'd like to see in English.Losing bats to white-nose syndrome.Bacteria grow in a high-radiation environment. Deinococcus radiodura

Green & White
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Google Does Not Want to Ignore Pakistan’s 22 Million Internet Users
Google Pakistan’s executives envision that for Google Asia, Pakistan will be the “next big” market. They shared their belief in Pakistan’s potential recently at an event they organized in Karachi at Pearl Continental Hotel. Google’s head of Emerging Market Development, Southeast Asia, Jana Levene addressed the country’s IT experts, bloggers, businessmen and journalists. With a visit from Google’s
Pakistani App, Tossdown, Ranked No.1 on the App Store’s Food & Drink Category
Tossdown, a Pakistani app for iPhone and Android devices, tells about great local restaurants in Karachi, Lahore and Islamabad. It allows users to share suggestions and find out about good places to eat out. The app-makers recently announced on its official blog about their ranking at number one on the App Store – Food & Drink listings. Tossdown has thousands of users and through their consta
Pakistani Team Wins Google I/O Develop for Good Global Hackathon
Google recently posted on its official blog the names of the winners of the “Google I/O Develop for Good Global Hackathon”. More than 30,000 developers from around the world came together to present their creative talents at 350+ I/O Extended events that took place in 172 countries over the course of this year. The Google blog post announced the winning team in each category. For the category of
Pakistan’s IT Prodigy, Suleman Malik, Receives an Invitation from Microsoft
Another Pakistani teenager joins the ranks of geniuses in the field of information technology. Suleman Malik, an 18-year-old student from Peshawar, has become the most recent world’s youngest programmer. He made three world records, for which he has received a special invitation to United Kingdom from the Microsoft Corporation. He made the world record when he created a computer browser at the ag

WWF - Latest News
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Nepal tests new unmanned aerial vehicle technology to stop wildlife crime
BARDIA NATIONAL PARK – Nepal’s antipoaching efforts received a major boost this week as park rangers and army personnel learn how to operate unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) in two national parks in a training program organized by WWF. Nepal is home to rhinos, tigers and elephants, among the world’s most vulnerable species. Poaching of these and many other animals is at an all-time high and the
Rhinos listed among the most threatened species
Jeju, Republic of Korea – Asia’s few remaining Javan and Sumatran rhinos have been identified by conservationists as some of the most threatened animals in the world. A list of the 100 species at greatest risk of extinction has been released by the Zoological Society of London and IUCN to governments and environmental organizations gathering for the IUCN World Conservation Congress. Measures to co
WWF welcomes APEC declaration on wildlife crime
Washington, DC - Following a pledge Sunday by world leaders at the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) meeting to better combat the illegal trade in wildlife and timber products, WWF has issued the following statement:   “Asia-Pacific leaders and U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton should be commended for publicly recognizing that wildlife trafficking is serious and needs to be addressed.
Gorillas still under severe security threat
The continuous fighting between the Congolese army and various rebel groups in Democratic Republic of the Congo’s Virunga National Park is putting the park in yet another difficult situation. Rare mountain gorillas live in the heart of the conflict zone where the new rebel group M23 fights the Congolese army. In the midst of this, park rangers, who have been supported by WWF for many years, conti

The Angry Black Woman
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On being a CPS parent & siding with the striking teachers
I’m a graduate of Chicago public schools. So is my husband. We’re old enough to remember the last time there was a strike. Here’s the thing about all the “Kids won’t learn as much” rhetoric. It’s only the second week of school. They aren’t missing a year at this point. It’s one day. And even if this strike lasts a few weeks, guess what? Kids miss school for holidays, illness, & natural disast

Syria Comment
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News Round Up
Update: The comment section of Syria Comment is now working again. best, JL Much of Aleppo has been without water for two days now as a water main was blown up in fighting. People are frightened and panicking as they realize how easily essential amenities may stop. A car bomb exploded in Aleppo’s government-controled Malaab Baladi district on Sunday killing 27 and wounding over 60. The Syrian maga

In These Times
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From Arab Spring to Autumn Rage
SAN FRANCISCO--In 2010, Time magazine's prestigious Person of the Year title went to two individuals. While its readers picked Julian Assange, founder of Wikileaks, Time’s editors picked Mark Zuckerberg, founder of Facebook. “Facebook is now the third largest country on earth and surely has more information about its citizens than any government does,” the magazine noted. “Zuckerberg, a Ha
The Death and Life of Occupy
Occupy Wall Street is dead, at least as far as the chattering classes are concerned. But for Mahoma López, a deli worker at the Hot & Crusty bagel cafe on Manhattan’s Upper East Side, it’s very much alive. In late May, López and his coworkers won official recognition from the National Labor Relations Board to form a brand-new, independent union, the Hot & Crusty Workers Association. Th
The Right-Wing Machine Behind ‘School Choice’
In June 1995, the economist Milton Friedman wrote an article for the Washington Post promoting the use of public education funds for private schools as a way to transfer the nation’s public school systems to the private sector. "Vouchers," he wrote, "are not an end in themselves; they are a means to make a transition from a government to a market system." The article was repu
The Democrats’ Missed Opportunity
Last week, two issues highlighted at the Democratic National Convention represented a notable departure from the talk of jobs and economic growth. There was a classic striving immigrant narrative, embodied in the poetic if oversimplified family story of San Antonio Mayor Julian Castro. And there was a passionate defense of reproductive rights delivered by Sandra Fluke, who famously incurred ultr

Centauri Dreams
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Time and Distance in Houston
 At left is Mae Jemison, snapped from my seat as she spoke to open yesterday morning’s sessions. I couldn’t tweet about her comments because the hotel Wi-Fi wasn’t working in the room. Several people asked me today why I was still using a ‘netbook’ to take notes and send out tweets from the Houston symposium. It’s an easy answer — I need a standard keyboard rather than a virtual one, and despite
The Psychology of Space Exploration: A Review
By Larry Klaes A new book looking at the inner lives of astronauts is Larry Klaes’ subject today. Planning for long-term missions like a manned trip to Mars requires a great deal of work on closed systems, as we’ve recently discussed. But we also have to consider the psychological issues raised by confinement in a cramped environment for long durations, issues that are one thing in the confines of
Crowdsourcing Breakthrough Propulsion Ideas
Making Progress on Star Trek Physics is Marc Millis’ foray into crowdsourcing, a just announced project on Kickstarter. For those new to the concept, Kickstarter allows the general public to make donations to projects that are described on the site. A deadline is established and so is a minimum funding goal — if the goal is not reached by the deadline, no funds are collected. $275 million have bee
Houston: Meetings and Reconnections
Bring an umbrella to Houston? I figured it would be unnecessary and left it out of my luggage. Lo and behold yesterday morning it began to rain and it seems to have continued off and on most of the day. That hardly matters when you’re in a huge high-rise hotel, but it’s a good thing it didn’t happen Wednesday night, when I walked all over downtown looking for restaurants. I favor inexpensive ethn

News Center PK
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North Waziristan Operation: Enough is Enough
by Sajjad shaukat During her visit to Islamabad in October, 2011, US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton agreed with Pakistan’s stance, saying, “Now US is realising that launching new military operation in North Waziristan does not suit Pakistan’s situation.” Replying to a question that the Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) was involved an assault on the US embassy in Kabul on September 13, 2011, s
CIA-Islamic terrorists network!
by Mohammad Jamil Wayne Madsen has the spine to expose CIA links with the terrorist groups in his article captioned ‘The CIA’s Islamist Terrorist Network’ published in Strategic-Culture Organization’s online journal. He stated: “The Central Intelligence Agency cobbled together the forerunner of the present Muslim jihadist terrorist network in the late 1970s to battle Soviet troops in Afghanistan…T
Al-Qaeda’s desperate moves
by Mohammad Jamil After losing scores of its leaders and operatives, Al Qaeda is a fractured outfit. It however wields quite some influence over the Taliban leadership through its desperate and reckless moves. According to the details in the cover story published in the latest Newsweek captioned ‘Unfriending Al-Qaeda’, the authors – Sami Yousafzai and Ron Moreau – have revealed that the Taliban le
Drone attacks boosting terrorism
by Sultan M Hali The controversial drone strikes by the US spy agency, CIA may have eliminated a number of militants but simultaneously, they are contributing to swelling the ranks of terrorists. The US and its allies have been at war in Afghanistan since 2001 but the first drone strike was not executed till 2004. They remained sporadic till 2008, when President Obama accelerated the number of att

Texas Liberal
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Fox News Geography
Above is an image from a Fox News telecast this afternoon about bomb threats at the University of Texas. Fox seemed uncertain in this image as to where at least 3 states of the union are located. I don’t watch much Fox News—or really any cable news—but this is so silly that it merits mention. Maybe the alternate reality stuff has gone so far on the right that they are testing if they can change t
Love Sign—American Values
Here is a sign that says “love” that was put up by somebody recently here in Houston. I like this sign very much. While it was likely unintended, I also like the placement of the American Flag that you see in the picture behind the love sign. Love and care for one another is–or at least should be–as American as apple pie. When all is said and done–and not forgetting the big part that circumstance
Relationships Of Various Kinds Are The Start Of Things—3,000 Blog Posts Is A Lot Of Work
Earlier this week I reached 3,000 posts on Texas Liberal.  This is post # 3,003. 3,003 blog posts is a lot of work. I thought it would be good to note 3,000 blog posts with pictures of many of the friends I saw on my trip to Cincinnati last week. I’m also appreciative of the many folks I’ve met in Houston and elsewhere in Texas through this blog. There are very many good hopeful people in Texas
Joe Biden Knows Just What He Is Doing—I’d Not Bet Much On Paul Ryan Getting The Better Of Him
Above is a picture of Vice President Joe Biden campaigning in Ohio over the past weekend. (A great resource to learn about the men who have served as Vice President can be found on the U.S. Senate Vice Presidential website.) While this picture has attracted some national comment, it does not surprise me at all. There is a popular conception that Vice President is a bumbler of a kind or prone to g

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Klein Cultivated Ties With Copts to Advance Anti-Muslim Crusade
Steve Klein, the California ex-marine identified as a consultant for the anti-Islam film that apparently triggered violent protests in northern Africa and the Middle East, is finally seeing the fruits of his labor. For years, Klein has been cultivating relationships with Middle Eastern Christians in California – in particular, Joseph Nasralla, a California Coptic Christian who spoke at an anti-Mu
Values Voter Summit Provides Forum for Rabid Islamophobes
Yesterday, we posted a run-down of some of the anti-LGBT speakers who are appearing at this year’s Values Voter Summit (VVS), a gathering of social conservatives that begins tomorrow in Washington, D.C., and is attracting a number of high-level public officials from the GOP, including House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan. In [...]
Values Voter Speakers Mostly Avoid Incendiary Anti-Gay Rhetoric
For the social conservatives who gathered in Washington, D.C., today for this year’s Values Voter Summit, the first day’s speeches must have been a bit disappointing. There was hardly a peep about the LGBT people who are so often the target of vicious rhetoric and false propaganda used by the summit’s host, the Family Research Council, and some of its co-sponsoring groups.
SPLC Urges Public Figures Not to Attend Values Voter Summit
The Southern Poverty Law Center (SPLC) and a coalition of human rights groups have written to several public figures, including House Majority Leader Eric Cantor and U.S. Rep. Paul Ryan, asking them not to speak at this weekend’s Values Voter Summit in Washington. The event is hosted by the Family Research Council (FRC), which the [...]
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