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Problems in the Media

I am noticing an greater than ever and alarming rate to which the media journalists in all forms use the media for communal estimation and not for news. Where this is not all bad, it is bad when it is alleged as news and not community opinion.

Clearing Land Mine Fields from the Air

You know we have sent many, many army tanks with protruded policy used for minesweeping to the Average East from the Logistics Base in our country. They are assigned to removing the left over land mines of past wars.

Medicade Scam; Worse than You Think

You are not going to consider what is going on in North Western Michigan; Check this scam out, average physical condition care fraud. There is a $3000 allowance per month if your child is on medicade for the reason that the father is poor.

Public Notaries

We are having a catch in America with Community Notaries, in many states. There is necessary 'errors and omissions insurance' and it costs quite a bit of money and many citizens have quit the profession.

Wartime Prisoners and the Will to Fight; War is Hell, Let's Win Alright?

We academic some coaching in these last few wars. For instance: some of Saddam's Iraqi army individual may have given up or volunteered to give up to slow us down.

Going All Out to Win a War

Conventional competition is receiving to its limits. Soon wars will be fought by robots and on many more fronts, which will render culture absolutely immobilized.

Bringing Back Mining Jobs to the United States

With new environmental technologies and current efficiency methods in mining can we breathe life into this sector of our economy. It would be great for manufacturing costs and coupled with the in progress low dough we stand to make gain quite a bit if we can.

Global Entrepreneurs, Mining and Raw Materials

There are many mines about the world, which are owned by the new large-scale national who considers no countryside their home. Plainly a world-class jet set of entrepreneurs.

Federal Trade Administration Partnerships Questioned

In many information we see that the Centralized Trade Administration has referenced the Advance Affair Bureau. It appears that the National Trade Agency is using this confidential affair as an illustration and aptitude good reason of their on-going rule assembly and adaptation in many conscientiousness sectors and categories.

Mexican Trucks in the United States; NAFTA Trade and Problems

Expected new applications for Mexican trucks to enter the US to be over 9000 in 2005. Most of these newer applications will be to take cargo to Port Los Angeles for shipping to Asian markets, and importing parts to be assembled and shipped to Mexico and later sold in the US.

US Control Owes Martha Stewart 1 Billion Dollars

The prosecutors in the Martha Stewart Case used acknowledgment from an FBI agent who lied under oath to assure a conviction. The prosecutors deliberately and intentionally allowable the FBI agent to tell a lie while he was a witness in the courtroom.

Paper Industry

The paper business in the US is hurting. Due to amount and call for prices are way up.

Constitutional Amendment Desired on Sodomy Laws

Many very nice and loving homosexual male couples want to get married. Sure they can have a number of individual vows and contractual relationships, share monies; even call themselves married; domestic partners or sole mates.

Emerging Markets, Acreage Law

I read an appealing clause in exotic Contact magazine last year, and in recent times in the Economist also. The articles confirmed in some way that a land exclusive of a set of laws for acreage human rights would mean slow-growth, lack of distant investment and financially viable joie de vivre would be scarce.

National ESRI Policies

Many are very impressed with the NIMA (National Similes and Map Agency) "Infotech Project." Not only does this give the US the edge from CIA, NSA and NRO but the implications for affair are unbelievable.

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