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Michael Haltman

Nursing, healthcare and the medical war on terror - A personal story - National Homelan... - 1 views

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    U.S. healthcare in action - A personal story
Michael Haltman

Southern Exposure, illegal immigration, Mexican border war, and Arizona immigration law... - 3 views

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    Wouldn't it be a good idea to keep terrorists from moving across our border with Mexico. The Arizona immigration law is a good start!
Michael Haltman

Commander-in-Chief, President Teleprompter or President Spock - 1 views

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    President Obama's Democrat base is beginning to understand what the rest of us already knew: He is an incompetent leader on many levels.
Ahmad Al-Shagra

Collateral Murder - 0 views

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    A classified US military video depicting the indiscriminate slaying of over a dozen people in the Iraqi suburb of New Baghdad -- including two Reuters news staff.
Michael Haltman

New York Security: President Obama is not instilling that warm and fuzzy feeling - 0 views

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    The accountability Mr. President, begins and ends with you. Not with government appointed scapegoats!
peoples movement

Rethink Afghanistan War - 1 views

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    Vote NO on any spending bill that would send more troops to Afghanistan.
Omnipotent Poobah

The Case of the Whining General, Stanley McChrystal - 0 views

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    One of the biggest elephants in the Afghan war room is General Stanley McChrystal, head honcho on the ground. McChrystal's no dummy. He's shown himself to be a capable leader (minus his involvement in the despicable Pat Tillman affair), but he may suffer from what many people who can walk on water do - extreme irritation when his advice is questioned.
Maria Lewytzkyj

Annexed islands in the sea: Russia & Japan since the end of World War II; not status qu... - 0 views

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    Japan and Russia have never signed a peace treaty over World War II. The reason for this is that there is a dispute over four islands off Hokkaido that were occupied by Soviet forces that were once in Japanese hands. A 1956 Japanese-Soviet joint declaration signed in Moscow stated that Shikotan island and the Habomai islets would be returned to Japan after a peace treaty was concluded between Japan and the Soviet Union.
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