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  1. PolitiLeaks...the new site for Leaked info on politicians.

    A new site has come about, riding the wave of the WikiLeaks phenomenon and going into the 2012 election season. PolitiLeaks (politileaks.com) will be the hub for gathering information on all politicians moving forward, whether revealed by staffers or concerned citizens.

    The site is set up in the wiki format where regular users can add their content and inform us of what these politicians are up to behind the scenes.

    During the 2008 season there were some revelations from ...
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  2. Nobody reads blogs

    I've written my heart out across these fine interwebs in one blog or another, and nobody reads them. When people want to tell me how much of an $#@! I am (or other negative things) they always manage to eek in "but you're a really good writer." I had a girl blow me off that way. I've had two teachers just $#@! my grades up because they didn't agree with me, but "acknowledged" I could write. I once pissed of an Admiral, and apparently the only thing that saved my ass was my ...
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  3. Just a Test/Vent

    Someone mentioned the song with Will Smith's daughter singing "I wave my hair back and forth" and now it's stuck in my head and is pissing me off
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  4. Initial Blog

    I really like this new blog feature. I think it could be interesting. So today I wrote a letter to the editor in response to people writing in against education reform here in the state of Indiana. I know public education isn't the best way to teach kids. Before the system is completely abolished I think there are steps to be taken to ensure that tax payers are getting the most out of their education tax dollars. Our government and state superintendent want to tie teacher pay to performance. ...
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  5. Kentucky State Senator Leader Williams Responds to Federal Judge Ruling

    Senator Williams Responds to Federal Judge Ruling Parts of Health Care Reform Legislation Unconstitutional!

    A federal judge struck down the Obama administrationís health reform law Monday, moving reformís most significant challenge one step closer to the Supreme Court. In Kentucky the State's Attorney General, Jack Conway, called this referred to the suit as a 'Waste of Money and Time.' Seems that it was neither and is a lawsuit that is a matter of principle. Proving again he'd rather ...
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