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Should You Accept the Job Offer or Walk Away?
The hiring manager calls with great news: the job is yours. Phew, the hard part is over, right? Maybe not. Determining whether to take a job offer can—and should—be a difficult decision. In a bad economy or if you're eager to get out of your current job, it can be tempting to accept any offer. But before you take on a job, you need to evaluate the situation carefully. More »
Britain extradites Abu Hamza to US
Radical Muslim cleric and four other men wanted on terror charges are on their way to the US.
Corbett Report Radio 232 – Geoengineering for Financial Gain
Peter Kirby, author of Chemtrails Exposed, joins us to discuss the chemtrailing agenda, and how weather modification has been exploited by well-connected insiders for financial gain. We also talk about the military applications of this technology and how the Department of Defense has been working on it behind the scenes for decades now.
Another Voting Rights Victory in Ohio: Appellate Court Upholds Restoration of Early Voting for All on Weekend Before Election Day
Via Ryan Reilly at TPM: The 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled on Friday that Ohio must make early voting during the three days before the election available to all voters if it's available to military members and voters who live overseas. The ruling upheld a lower court's decision. "The State's asserted goal of accommodating the [...]

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Radical Cleric Abu Hamza Deported From Britain
Radical cleric Abu Hamza is expected to arrive in the United States today after he was deported from Britain along with four other terror suspects.The men were onboard two planes which left a military airbase in Suffolk late on Friday, Home Secretary Theresa May said.The suspects had made last-ditch challenges against removal from the UK, which were rejected by two High Court judges in London hour
"A Look to the Heavens"
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Breaking news, B. P. Deepwater horizon Spill comes back to life, oil sheening for miles, more to come.
 It looks like the British Petroleum oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has sprung back to life, this was expected by many experts, and to think Terry Lake, British Columbia`s Environment minister is calling for the offshore oil and gas drilling moratorium to be lifted, good gawd Terry Lake, you are so stunned and so in the pocket of Enbridge, May14th 2012....Enjoy your last days idiot!______________

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Mitt Romney Isn’t Telling the Truth – VIDEO
Published on Oct  5, 2012 by     BarackObamadotcom Mitt Romney didn’t tell the truth about his tax plan, his plan for Americans with pre-existing conditions, his Medicare plan, nor the President’s Medicare plan. Why would Romney not tell the truth about what he’d do as President? Because his real plans would hurt the middle class.

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Geoengineering for Financial Gain
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Colors of a Living World
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A master debater
By liberal japonicus The title is a hangover from the detour into Portnoy's complaint. I didn't see it and I'm now at a a retreat with students. I caught a small bit of one commentator saying that Romnet behaved like an alpha male and that this might hurt him. Given the amount of testosterone that gets tossed aroun here, I'm not sure if we will any dent, but have at it.
A master debater
By liberal japonicus The title is a hangover from the detour into Portnoy's complaint. I didn't see it and I'm now at a a retreat with students. I caught a small bit of one commentator saying that Romnet behaved like an alpha male and that this might hurt him. Given the amount of testosterone that gets tossed aroun here, I'm not sure if we will any dent, but have at it.

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Leading Race ‘Scientist’ Dies in Canada
Jean Philippe Rushton, a psychology professor and probably the most important race scientist in North America, died of cancer Tuesday night in Canada. The man who sparked a firestorm of controversy and protest in the late 1980s with his theories about the correlation between genital size and intelligence, and in later years was the head [...]
Suspect Charged in Toledo Mosque Arson
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Issues that Obama and Romney Avoid
With the quadrennial presidential election extravaganza reaching its peak, it's useful to ask how the political campaigns are dealing with the most crucial issues we face. The simple answer is: badly, or not at all. There are two issues of overwhelming significance, because the fate of the species is at stake: environmental disaster and nuclear war. The former is regularly on the front p
Two Little Missing Words
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Why don't candidates use the 21st Century internet to get personal?
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Cameroon arrests one of Central Africa’s most notorious poachers
Yaoundé, Cameroon - Cameroon on Thursday arrested Symphorien Sangha, one of Central Africa’s most notorious elephant poachers and ivory smugglers, a significant step in the region’s fight against wildlife crime. WWF strongly urges relevant authorities to follow up on this important step and prosecute Sangha to the fullest extent of the law. According to local officials, Sangha was arrested on Thu
Bluefin tuna: encouraging signs but this is only the start - efforts still needed
Rome, Italy - WWF welcomes the first positive signs of stock increase in the East Atlantic and Mediterranean bluefin tuna stock revealed in the recent scientific assessment by the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas (ICCAT) which –if confirmed- would mean a turning point for this threatened species. WWF calls on decision makers attending the 2012 ICCAT Meeting next N
Earth Hour Unveils New Video
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Green Candidate Mark Roberts Is A Good Choice For The 2nd Congressional District Of Texas—Read What He Has To Say
Mark Roberts is the Green Party nominee for the 2nd Congressional District of Texas The Republican candidate is incumbent Ted Poe.  The Democratic nominee is Jim Dougherty. Here is a map of the 2nd Congressional district.  It goes all the way from Houston and Harris County to Port Arthur and Beaumont. Here are facts and dates relating to voting in Texas in 2012. (Above–Mr. Roberts at the micropho
 
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