Monthly Archives: May 2012

Class warfare Facts

For example, the share of households living on more than $200,000 a year was unchanged from 2009 to 2010. Meanwhile, households getting by on less than $35,000 a year grew as a share of the area population. “The rich are … Continue reading

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ABC facts about China

China’s Growth Slows, and Its Political Model Shows Limits Continue reading

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Facts about Trayvon Martin killing

This incident has become a national tragedy, no matter what the outcome. Trayvon Martin was no angel while George Zimmerman, a cop wannabe, walked along a thin line and stumbled, or perhaps was knocked down. Continue reading

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Middle Class economy 21st cen

The Fortune 500 generated a total of $824.5 billion in earnings last year, up 16.4% over 2010. That beats the previous record of $785 billion, set in 2006 during a roaring economy. Continue reading

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Obama supports gay marriage

President Obama’s long, tortuous metamorphosis on same-sex marriage finally reached its evolved state right in between stinky cheese and “General Hospital.” Continue reading

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Romney and Afghanistan

Mitt Romney’s position on the war in Afghanistan will be familiar to those who have followed him, or tried to, on health-care reform.

In both cases — two of the biggest domestic and foreign policy issues of this year’s election campaign — he criticizes President Barack Obama for essentially having the same policy as Romney himself.

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GOOD news POSITIVE stories

‘I never knew people could love an old man so much’: WWII vet, 91, ‘saved from daughter’s eviction’ after $138,000 raised online John Potter is facing eviction from the home he built over 50 years ago His daughter is the … Continue reading

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