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Salem-News.com (Jan-08-2013 03:00)
America Can be a Scary Place for AmericansToni Samanie Salem-News.com
Larissa Nearing’s story is a poignant illustration of what can happen when you are busy living your life.
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We are a nation of rules and laws, with over 40,000 new laws that went into effect on January 1, 2012, alone.
Salem-News.com (Jan-05-2013 01:44)
Down and Out in `America`s Finest City`Vic Pittman Salem-News.com
When do the arrests and the fraud and treason trials begin? Greedy parasites eventually kill their host...the beginnings of which I saw happening in San Diego.
(SAN DIEGO) - I saw a sign once that read "Bad ideas make for the best stories", and thinking how true that was. My bad idea for June 2012 was thinking I could hitchhike through California, from the Mexican border up to Oregon. I had done it 40 years earlier with no problems, so why not?Read Full Article
Salem-News.com (Jul-24-2012 12:31)
Fabric of SpaceEdsel Chromie Salem-News.com
Einstein was a commendable physicist and mathematician but his concept of “The fabric of space” has resulted in a major detraction and the failure of the scientists to determine the true nature of magnetic field energy in the universe.
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In a July 21, 2012 Nova program titled “What Is Space”, physicist Alex Filippenko, U.C. Berkeley said: “What is space. We still don’t really know.”
Salem-News.com (May-03-2012 17:13)
DEA Jailed San Diego Student and Left Him Unattended for 5 DaysSalem-News.com
Boxer Calls for DOJ Investigation into Detention of U San Diego Student
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U.S. Senator Barbara Boxer (D-CA) today sent a letter urging Attorney General Eric Holder to order an immediate and thorough investigation into why a college student was reportedly forgotten while in Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) custody for nearly five days.
Salem-News.com (Jan-31-2012 13:56)
Not Advertising as UsualRobert Lundahl for Salem=News.com
Empowered Energy Solutions Enters San Diego Ad Club “Addy” Competition with “Climate Change: Not Business as Usual” Campaign
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On a January day with temperatures pushing into the 80's in San Diego County, a white van circles the block in San Diego’s Hillcrest district for a last minute drop-off of creative “boards,” panels displaying images of websites and short films.
Salem-News.com (Jan-24-2012 10:50)
Congress and States Prepare for another Circumcision BattleSalem-News.com
MGMbill.org sends proposed genital mutilation legislation to Congress and eleven state legislatures as the legal battle to regulate circumcision heats up.
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Children’s right activists from coast to coast have joined together this month to press more than 2,200 lawmakers in Congress and eleven states to enact the Male Genital Mutilation Bill.
Salem-News.com (Aug-29-2011 14:43)
Jeremy Henwood (In Memorial) Uncommon Valor In Peace & WarPoetry by Luke Easter Salem-News.com
An obscene act against an honorable man.
Most people heard about the tragic death of Jeremy Henwood, a San Diego city police officer who in his 'other life' was a U.S. Marine officer.
Salem-News.com (Mar-24-2011 17:05)
Storms Bearing Down on California, West CoastSalem-News.com
Rainfall totals in the Southland will be around 0.50 of an inch. While this will be significantly lighter than in the north, it could still be enough to cause mudslides and minor flooding problems.
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With more rain on the way, California residents are preparing for dangerous flooding and mudslides, while mountain resorts are looking at record snowfall.
Salem-News.com (Aug-17-2010 15:03)
La Nina: Southern California Will See Winter Flip-FlopBy Kirstie Hettinga Special to Salem-News.com
Water restrictions and drought pricing are already in place for most of the water authority's customers.
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AccuWeather.com reports thanks to a strong La Nina weather pattern, the West Coast is likely to see winter conditions opposite of what it endured last year.
Salem-News.com (Jan-31-2010 15:02)
Mexican Cartels Join DEA in Opposition of U.S. State Marijuana LawsTim King Salem-News.com
That's right, the Mexican drug cartels.
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This nation is heading for a showdown with the DEA, a rogue government agency running awry of state laws in order to keep the pharmaceutical and insurance industries intact.
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