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Entergy plans going off coal at Redfield August 9, 2015 at 4:19 a.m.

Entergy wants to be exempted from the Newark Plant when it was ranked the 35th at the dirtiest coal-fired power stations in the United States? Huh! We drove up through there a couple weeks ago, the smog is awful, the equivalent to 2.3 million vehicles on the road. By the way the roads are terrible up that way too, like most of Arkansas.

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Obama raises bar on cutting coal emissions August 4, 2015 at 6:23 a.m.

How is it that a "school teacher" doesn't know where the president got the authority?
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You might try reading the Clean Air Act, teacher. That would be where congress gave the president the authority. Section 111, I believe.

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Man accused in African lion death thought hunt was legal July 29, 2015 at 1:06 a.m.

Cecil's death was cruel, in Rodrigues' account.

CNN report:

On July 6, Rodrigues (Zimbabwe Conservation Task Force) said, Bronchorst took Palmer to Hwange National Park.
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"They went hunting at night with a spotlight, and they spotted Cecil," Rodrigues said. "They tied a dead animal to their vehicle to lure Cecil out of the park, and they scented an area about half a kilometer from the park," or about 550 yards.
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Rodrigues said Palmer shot Cecil with an arrow but failed to kill him. Then the two men tracked Cecil, finding him about 40 hours later and shooting him to death with a gun, Rodrigues said.
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They discovered that he had been fitted with a GPS collar and tried to destroy it, Rodrigues said.
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Cecil was skinned and beheaded, Rodrigues said. Contrary to earlier reports, he said, the head has not been found.
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"The saddest part of all is that, now that Cecil is dead, the next lion in the hierarchy, Jericho will most likely kill all Cecil's cubs so that he can insert his own bloodline into the females," Rodrigues said. "This is standard procedure for lions."

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Meat-labels law seen in D.C. as a risky business June 14, 2015 at 1:48 p.m.

Mr. Cotton: The United States is a sovereign nation! Consumers have every right to know from which country their products come from! The producers support the country-of-origin-label! It is the meatpackers pushing this ruling because your legislation goes farther than the WTO's ruling. Why? And WHY legislative action before the WTO arbitration process concludes? And the WTO can only penalize the volume of which labeling played any role in reduction. The Auburn University economic report proves that COOL has not impacted trade and imports are higher!
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How many congressman have the meatpackers bought paid for, Mr. Cotton?

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Clinton ripped on voter rights June 9, 2015 at 6:31 a.m.

My, my, how they have photoshopped Hillary's photo for this article.
Compare the above photo to C-SPAN, here:
c-span. org/video/?326400-1/hillary-clinton-remarks-voting-rights

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Why doctors quit, part 2 June 9, 2015 at 6:13 a.m.

How soon people forget! It was the American Medical Association (AMA) that lobbied the government for EHR. It was the doctors that took funding from the stimulus to implement the system. Heathcare providers were paid well for this service that their own organization begged for. If doctors have a beef with the system than they should blame the AMA.
Go to the AMA website and read how they are rejoicing about this EHR ruling.
Charlie and the ADG also seem to forget how GWB signed an executive order for EHR in 2002. Another one of those, for before we are against.

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24 letters tendered to qualify vote flubs May 3, 2015 at 6:02 a.m.

"I erred and correctly it immediately," Sullivan said.
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Another Sullivan error or an ADG error?

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Wal-Mart's CEO pay falls 24% for 2014 April 23, 2015 at 6:06 p.m.


The Walton family controls a fortune equal to the wealth of the bottom 42 percent of Americans combined. (And that is 2010 data)

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Kansas governor signs bill to restrict how welfare spent April 17, 2015 at 9:46 a.m.

As Jon Stewart pointed out, Kansas receives $1.29 from the federal government for every dollar residents pay in federal taxes, yet it's still closing schools, cutting funding to museums and and canceling much-needed highway repairs due to lack of funding.
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So on Thursday night's "Daily Show," Stewart offered a solution: Put restrictions on how Kansas can spend its federal money -- the same kinds of "petty, unnecessary and insulting" restrictions Kansas places on its residents who receive government benefits.
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"Maybe they'll motivate you to escape your culture of federal dependency," Stewart said. "But until then, let's see how you like being treated like the welfare queens you are."

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Cyrus slams Cotton on Twitter after CNN remarks April 3, 2015 at 4:29 a.m.

The media reported on what Tom Cotton on CNN said but the ADG reported what how awful a 22 year old singer/actress was for tweeting what Tommy said.
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A commenter NY Times:
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If Mr. Cotton should keep in mind that if a member of the Chinese government had written letter to a foreign opposing government opposing a treaty deal that the Premier of China had been working toward, as Sen. Cotton did, that person would have found himself in prison or worse. Get some perspective Mr. Cotton.

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