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Salem-News.com (Mar-31-2011 15:31)

Buy Cable TV, Get a Free Gun

Meanwhile GOP presidential contenders support a moral crusade to save America.

(APTOS, Calif.) - Steve Strand's RadioShack store in Hamilton, Montana Guns in churches, schools and bars. Immigrants expelled to solve financial problems. Morality praised as the key national issue.

American politics are getting more bizarre and in some cases, borders on the nutty. Current politics include Republican legislatures in Texas, Arizona, Georgia and Minnesota fighting for their "rights" to reject energy efficiency light bulbs, while South Carolina will manufacture their own state's rights incandescent bulbs.

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Salem-News.com (Jan-23-2011 01:06)

Woman Abducted as Infant Reunited With Parents

Internet connects long ago abducted daughter Carlina White to her real parents.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Carla White with parents Joy White and Carl Tyson Few stories are more intense and rewarding than the ones that lead to a lost child's recovery.

When this rare thing happens we are all reminded that hope is worth having.

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Salem-News.com (Nov-14-2010 00:55)

Bobby Tillman, `Her Baby is Gone` (In Memorial)

We live in an age where violence knows no limitations.

(CLEVELAND) - Bobby Tillman A recent murder at a house party in Douglas County, Georgia has stirred the normally quiet community where the incident took place."

18-year old Bobby Tillman was killed at a house party in a reportedly unprovoked attack. Four separate teenagers have been arrested and charged with 1st degree murder. The suspects range in age from 18 to 19 years.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-10-2010 12:22)

Nuclear Loan Guarantee/FOIA Lawsuit Filed - Obama Administration Sued for Hiding Details of $8.3 Billion Taxpayer-Backed Reactor

Illustrating the Validity of GAO Report Criticisms, U.S. Energy Department Stonewalls FOIA Request For Months After White House Announcement; One of Few Documents Released Was Censored 244 Times.

(ATLANTA, Ga.) - Barack Obama U.S. taxpayers are being denied timely access to information that could be used to assess the risk to their pocketbooks posed by the controversial $8.33 billion federal loan guarantee for two proposed nuclear reactors at Southern Company’s Plant Vogtle in Georgia.

This information, according to a lawsuit filed yesterday by the Southern Alliance for Clean Energy (SACE).

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Salem-News.com (Mar-26-2010 17:15)

Heavy Casualties in Afghanistan and Iraq

Unusual in this report, are the names of two female soldiers who died in Iraq. One, a NW soldier, died when her base was attacked by rocket fire. The second female soldier died from injuries suffered during a vehicle crash.

(SALEM, Ore.) - Casualties in Iraq and Afghanistan The fighting in both Afghanistan and Iraq continues to claim many American lives. This report includes the names of seventeen members of the U.S. military who paid the ultimate price. Their deaths occurred between 5 March and 24 March 2010.

Of the seventeen, 11 were U.S. Army soldiers, 5 were U.S. Marines, and one Navy SEAL was also lost.

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Salem-News.com (May-22-2009 22:44)

AMBER Alert Issued for 10 Year Old Georgia Girl

Anyone with information is asked to call the Fulton County School Police Department at 404-867-3468 or dial 911.

(COLLEGE PARK, Ga.) - Kaylen Francis Johnson The State of Georgia issued an Amber Alert Friday afternoon after a child was reportedly abducted in College Park earlier in the day. The child is believed to be in extreme danger.

Police believe they may be headed to Mississippi.

Kaylen Francis Johnson a 10 year old Black female, 3' 9", 70 pounds with brown eyes and sandy brown hair. She was last seen wearing a pink plaid skirt, pink shirt and gold sandals.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-26-2009 20:48)

Police Serve Search Warrants & Arrest Members of Final Exit Network

Assisted Suicide investigation leads to several arrests and more may still be pending, police say.

(DECATUR, Georgia) - Georgia Bureau of Investigation Police with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation arrested two members of the Final Exit Network in North Georgia Thursday, for their suspected involvement in the June 19, 2008 assisted suicide of a 58-year-old Cumming man.

John Bankhead with the Georgia Bureau of Investigation says two others have been charged in Maryland in connection with their involvement in this death.

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Salem-News.com (Feb-26-2009 20:48)

Death with Dignity Must be Made Available in All 50 States

The Death with Dignity National Center works to change existing state laws through the ballot initiative process and legal action in state and federal courts.

(WASHINGTON D.C.) - Poster from the Final Exit Network The Death with Dignity National Center, the original sponsor of the Oregon Death with Dignity Act and the lead author of the 2008 Washington Death with Dignity Act, makes the following statement about the arrest of four members of the Final Exit Network:

Yesterday’s arrests in Georgia and Maryland of four members of the Final Exit Network highlight the need for Oregon-style Death with Dignity laws for every state.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-17-2008 17:43)

U.S. Role in Georgia Crisis: What We Should Know

Stephen Zunes offers analysis on the recent history of U.S. role in the Caucasus region and the militarization of Georgia which he argues helped provoke the tragic war.

(SAN FRANCISCO) - Salem-News.com The international condemnation of Russian aggression against Georgia – and the concomitant assaults by Abkhazians and South Ossetians against ethnic Georgians within their territories – is in large part appropriate.

It has been nearly impossible to even broach this subject of the U.S. role. Much of the mainstream media coverage and statements by American political leaders of both major parties has in many respects resembled the anti-Russian hysterics of the Cold War.

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Salem-News.com (Aug-12-2008 12:05)

Black Pot and the Kettle

The game of International Politics is not that different from a Saturday night gathering for a friendly game of Poker, except the stakes are higher because the players are not always as clever or friendly.

(PASO ROBLES, Calif.) - The war between Georgia and Russia was so precipitous as to take the world by surprise. As best I can determine, it began when Georgia attempted to recover by force the autonomous territory within its boundaries known as South Ossetia that has familiar ties to Russia and vice versa.

A Russian Peace-keeping force was stationed in Ossetia, after the separation a decade or more ago, to protect against what has now happened.

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