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Is there life before death? You tell me! Read More

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The double standards of politicians. An article written by Ted Bauman. Read More
Heathen Anti-Christian America Haters led by a group of competing Anti-Christs try to take over America but one man promises reform. Read More
When my father was running for Senate, my mom gave me one rule: Do not do anything that could embarrass my dad and ruin his career. Once it was decided that my father had won the presidential election on Election Day, my sister, my mom, and I were drug onstage… Read More
A short story about a fictional debate in the Roman senate. Read More
Our current method of taxation allows elected officials to maintain power over citizens. A consumption tax eliminates this. Read More

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During the month of June, 2009, the New York State Senate, for all intents and purposes, staged a "sit-down" strike. Legislation was ignored and no votes were cast. This was tantamount to voting-down all crucial pending legislation. The "strike" is now into it's 3rd week. With no end in sight. Read More

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During the month of June, 2009, the New York State Senate, for all intents and purposes, staged a "sit-down" strike. Legislation was ignored and no votes were cast. This was tantamount to voting-down all crucial pending legislation. The "strike" is now into it's 3rd week. With no end in sight. Read More
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