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    Symphony of Science - 'We Are All Connected'

    (ft. Sagan, Feynman, deGrasse Tyson & Bill Nye)
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    Gregg Aims to Use Health-Care Bill to Stir Town-Hall Backlash

    Laura Litvan Bloomberg March 23, 2010 Senator Judd Gregg, who will lead Republican efforts to block a bill revising health-care legislation, said he’s aiming to spark an election-year backlash against Democrats that will rival the town-hall meetings that almost sank the measure last year...
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    Pelosi: ‘Once we kick through this door,’ more reform will follow

    Byron York Washington Examiner March 16, 2010 If you have any doubt that the Democratic leadership of the House views passing the current health care reform bill as the beginning, not the end, of the process of creating a national government health care system, just note what Speaker Nancy...
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    House may try to pass Senate health-care bill without voting on it

    Lori Montgomery and Paul Kane Washington Post March 16, 2010 After laying the groundwork for a decisive vote this week on the Senate’s health-care bill, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi suggested Monday that she might attempt to pass the measure without having members vote on it. Instead, Pelosi...
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    Medical bill: $1000 for a toothbrush

    A sign of the times: medical bill: $1000 for a toothbrush $140 for 1 tylenol $53 for a pair of disposable glove $23 for a cotton swab and more ...
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    GOP attorneys general demand a change in Senate health-care bill

    Meg Kinnard Washington Post Friday, January 1, 2010 COLUMBIA, S.C. — Republican attorneys general in 13 states are threatening legal action over a provision in the federal health-care reform bill that would shield Nebraska from the costs of expanding Medicaid programs — language that was...
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    U.S. Senate set to pass health-care reform bill

    CBC News Thursday, Dec 24th, 2009 The U.S. Senate is set to pass landmark health-care reform legislation on Thursday, a $1 trillion bill pledging to extend coverage to an estimated 30 million Americans. The final Senate vote needs only a simple majority for passage. This follows three...
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    Bill Ryan's interview with Freedom Central

    This is a good and comprehensive interview from Bill. A must watch!
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    What Happened to the U.S.A.? Clotheslines Are Illegal

    David Gutierrez Natural News Thursday, November 26, 2009 (NaturalNews) In response to the prevalence of laws and covenants that prohibit residents from hanging their laundry on clotheslines, North Carolina State Rep. Pricey Harrison introduced a bill into the state legislature that would...
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    Lieberman Digs In on Public Option

    GERALD F. SEIB Wall St Journal Tuesday, Nov 24th, 2009 Sen. Joseph Lieberman, speaking in that trademark sonorous baritone, utters a simple statement that translates into real trouble for Democratic leaders: “I’m going to be stubborn on this.” Stubborn, he means, in opposing any health-care...
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    Senate bill weighs in at 2,074 pages

    Politico Thursday, Nov 19th, 2009 In the Battle of the Health Bills, the Senate wins out, bulk-wise – weighing in at 2,074 pages. The House health reform bill was a mere 1,990 pages when introduced. That means the Senate bill — like the one in the House — runs more pages than War and Peace...
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    House health bill clocks in at 1,990 pages

    JONATHAN ALLEN Politico October 30, 2009 It runs more pages than War and Peace, has nearly five times as many words as the Torah, and its tables of contents alone run far longer than this story. The House health care bill unveiled Thursday clocks in at 1,990 pages and about 400,000 words...
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    Ron Paul: Senators Merkley, Corker Plan Bill to Sabotage Audit the Fed Bill

    Infowars October 22, 2009 Wall Street, Goldman Sachs are desperate to distract the American people from their criminal behavior. Source...
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    Reid ?Likely? to Make Entire Health Bill an Amendment to Unrelated Tax Bill That Hous

    Nicholas Ballasy CNSNews October 7, 2009 A senior aide to Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid (D-Nev.) told that it is “likely” that Reid will use H.R. 1586—a bill passed by the House in March to impose a 90-percent tax on bonuses paid to employees of certain bailed-out financial...
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    Billl C-51 Part 9 - Bill C-52 A Step Futher
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    The Secret Government: The Constitution in Crisis, by Bill Moyers
  17. Rumas

    Project Camelot interviews Jim Sparks and Bill Holden