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Marylin Olds - Kingston Community News
We all know someone who is out of work. If you don't, then drop by the local food banks or St. Olaf's on St. Vincent's utility bill aid days or the unemployment office.
Tracy Emblem - PDA
The National Priorities Project estimates that it cost the U.S. taxpayers $1.05 trillion dollars to fund the Iraq and Afghanistan wars through the end of Fiscal Year 2010. In March, the administration appeared again on Capital Hill to ask for another $33 billion to support the "surge" in Afghanistan.
Paul Scaglia - CT Post
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Jane Califf - NorthJersey.com
Matt Ryan, the mayor of Binghamton, New York, is so fed up with all the painful budget cuts he has to implement that he has embarked on a very unusual project that he introduced at a press conference April 14.
Charles Cooper - CBS News
After a decade of development work, the Air Force is finally ready to launch its secret space plane, the unmanned X-37B Orbital Test Vehicle from Cape Canaveral.The craft is expected to spend up to nine months in orbit and will re-enter Earth on autopilot. It will land like an airplane ...
Ariana Huffington - Huffington Post
See if you can identify the bleeding heart liberal who said this:
Rady Ananda - Practical Populism
Gordon Lubold - Christian Science Moniter
lear, sunny skies are forecast for Cape Canaveral Wednesday, perfect weather for the launch of a new unmanned spacecraft and the dawn of an era. Just don't expect the Air Force to tell you what that new era is.
- Brooklyn Technical High School
Community residents filled the library at Brooklyn Tech High School Tuesday night to hear Jo Comerford, executive director of the National Priorities Project, speak on budget cuts, the federal budget and war spending
H. Patricia Hynes - OpEdNews
From every corner of America urban, suburban and rural the news of shrinking budgets and slashed community services sounds forth like a tragic Greek chorus.