December 8, 2013
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Salem-News.com (Nov-22-2013 19:25)
Did Zapruder Kill JFK?John Atkins for Salem-News.com
President Kennedy and his brother, U.S. Attorney Robert Kennedy, were set on eradicating organized crime from the United States.
It has been fifty years since U.S. President John F. Kennedy was assassinated in Dallas, Texas. Since that time, many theories have abounded that seek to resolve the issue of whether Lee Harvey Oswald acted alone or if at least one more gunman participated in the November 22, 1963 murder.
Salem-News.com (Nov-22-2013 17:20)
U.S. Army Pfc. Eugene Dinkin Intercepted Cable About JFK AssassinationTim King Salem-News.com
He was 1963's incarnation of Edward Snowden and Bradley Manning; Dinkin intercepted cables in France and tried to prevent Kennedy's death.
The sweeping view from "Garden of the Gods" above Colorado Springs was breathtaking in September. I sat with Robert "Tosh" Plumlee, a former CIA operative, taking in this panoramic scene, listening to his recollection of the day this country lost one of its most important national leaders, President John F. Kennedy.
Salem-News.com (Sep-03-2013 18:30)
Texas Correctional Officers Join Inmate`s Lawsuit Over Excessive HeatSalem-News.com
"These conditions are dangerous to both the employees and the inmates." - Lance Lowry, president of the local American Federation of State County and Municipal Employees
The union that represents Texas' correctional officers will join the lawsuits filed over the heat related deaths of at least 14 inmates in the scorching state prisons.
Salem-News.com (Jun-23-2013 21:34)
Poor George, he can`t help it...Dr. James M. Wall Salem-News.com
It is a superb Texas sweet-talking barbed description, dripping with sarcasm and righteous anger.
“Poor George, he can’t help it — he was born with a silver foot in his mouth.”
Salem-News.com (Apr-22-2013 12:10)
PTSD is Really Bad
Dr. Phillip Leveque Doctor of Pharmacology Salem-News.com
In the final days before the expected destruction of the Asarco stacks, critics have not ceased their demands for a halt to the demolition.
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The clock is rapidly ticking on the two towering smokestacks of the former American Smelting and Refinery Company (Asarco) plant on the U.S.-Mexico border in El Paso, Texas.
As workers ready the ground for the planned demolition on April 13, at about the break of dawn, local photographers are scurrying to get what may well be the last images of a historic symbol of the Paso del Norte borderland.
The sequester cuts come at a time when Ft. Bliss’ big spurt of growth is winding down.
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As budget cuts stare down from the so-called sequester agreement in Congress, El Paso officials are lobbying Washington for continued support of Fort Bliss.
The campaign unfolded as a new University of Texas at El Paso study analyzing the local economic impact of Ft. Bliss and William Beaumont Army Medical Center was released to the media.
While the assassination of Navy SEAL Chris Kyle is a real tragedy, the egregiously bad medical care given to Marine Eddie Routh is even worse.Read Full Article