Wednesday, June 29, 2011

A Collective of Interesting Article Links, Petition Links and Photos... Minimal Personal Commentary

I have taken a break for a bit - but I'm back with what I think are some important article links and petition links that in a collective way seem to (my opinion) say it (Here is a test; can you read between the lines?) all:

"Sen. Bernie Sanders We Will Not Balance the Budget on the Backs of Working Families";   Truthout:

"Among The Costs Of War $20B A Year In A.C."; NPR;

"Cost of US wars since 9-11 At least $3.7 trillion"; "World news - South and Central Asia - Afghanistan";

"Goldman Sachs Plans To Hire 1,000 In Singapore While Cutting U.S. Jobs":

"New GOP Pres. Candidates Campaign on Demolishing Minimum Wage";  "AlterNet";

"Petition - Shared Sacrifice U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (Vermont)";

"The Millions and the Millionaires"... "Sign the letter to President Obama"; "home U.S. Senator Bernie Sanders (Vermont)";

"Don't Cut the Funding to Fight Hunger" - "The Petition Site":

"Tell President Obama and Minority Leader Pelosi to Stand Firm Against Cuts"; "Take Action with NOW";

"Rick Santorum And Universal Health Services Presidential Hopeful Serves On Board of Hospital Chain Being Sued By DOJ":

"Inside Rick Santorum-Linked Universal Health Services Facility Herpes, Porn and Drug Dealing":

Is this (a quote from the article above) even legal????

"[Rick] Santorum received roughly half a million dollars in cash and stock options for his services on the UHS board...  In 2010 Santorum took home a substantial windfall:  $168,069.  And on Jan. 19, 2011, he received stock options valued at $174,126, Securities and Exchange records show.  The company and its CEO have also contributed thousands to Santorum's political action committee and his campaigns over the years..."  [Santorum has since resigned from the UHS board - and is a candidate in the running for the US presidency...]

"Bachmann's husband got $137,000 in Medicaid funds - politics - Decision 2012";;


"editorial Violence vs. sex (with Supreme Court opinions in video game case)";;

"Violent video game play makes more aggressive kids, study shows"; "Science Daily";

"American Psychological Association;" "Violent Video Games Myths, Facts, and Unanswered Questions";

"Violent Video Game Campaign...  Are you worried about the increasingly violent and graphic content in video games?"  "Parents Television Council";

The article links are simply being passed on.  If you are concerned about thier legitimacy, please do further research and form your own conclusions.  The majority of the photos are by NS.  If not, permission to publish the photos here has been obtained.  If any errors are noted, please let me know, and the appropriate corrections (as called for) will be made.  Thank You.

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