Jo Comerford - Common Dreams
NORTHAMPTON, Mass. - April 1 - As April 15, 2010 approaches, taxpayers can take stock of how the federal government spent each of their 2009 federal income tax dollars. In its annual release, Where did your tax dollars go?, NPP offers a breakout of federal income tax dollar allocation while ...
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David R. Francis - Christian Science Monitor
With the withdrawal of its military forces in Iraq already under way and increasing talk of winding down operations in Afghanistan, the United States is poised to reap a "peace dividend."But it won't rival the one after the end of the cold war – a 40 percent drop in real ...
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Joseph Huff-Hannon - The Huffington Post/The Guardian
It's a Friday afternoon at Farragut Square, a genteel park just a few blocks from the White House in downtown Washington. Office workers, tourists and the occasional homeless person soak up the afternoon sun on one of the first pleasant days of spring. In other words, it's the perfect time ...
Jeanine Molloff - Truthout
Congressman Alan Grayson (D-Florida) has been waging his own war on corporate insurance forces determined to maintain the fiscal "slaver's whip" by proposing a straightforward public option plan through the existing Medicare network. Rather than the 2,000-plus-page proposal endorsed by the president; Grayson's bill is a robust ... 4 pages.
The Associated Press - MSNBC
BAGHDAD — Almost seven years after the first bombs in the war to oust Saddam Hussein, Iraqis went about their business Friday with little observance of the anniversary, looking to the future with a mixture of trepidation and hope.
Tracy Emblem - San Diego Gay and Lesbian News
On March 10, 2010, Ohio Democratic Rep. Dennis Kucinich brought up a resolution to pull our troops out of Afghanistan within the next year. The bill was drafted to make Congress "claim responsibility for the troop casualties."
Tom Vannah - The Valley Advocate News
Late last week, in advance of the release of proposed 2011 fiscal budgets by the state House and Senate, Massachusetts legislative leaders sent a message to local governments across the Commonwealth: prepare for another round of cuts in local aid.