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    Difference in opinions!

    I've noticed that there is usually a huge difference in opinions between Americans/Canadians and Europeans on most subjects. Why do you think that is?
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    Russian planes pummel Syria...

    MOSCOW – The presidents of Russia and France, which both started bombing Syria this week, held talks Friday about their military operations as they tried to overcome differences on whether Syrian President Bashar Assad should stay in power. A senior French diplomat said the two leaders tried to...
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    Los Angeles dumps 20K ‘shade balls’ into reservoir to stop evaporation

    Desperate to preserve its water supply amid a four-year drought, Los Angeles is turning a reservoir into a ball pit. It may not seem like the most scientific approach, but officials say the “shade balls” will protect valuable H2O in the City of Angels. Bringing new meaning to the term “throwing...
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    Obama’s ‘We Underestimated Isis’ Comments Blown Away By US Intel Officials!

    Obama’s ‘We Underestimated Isis’ Comments Blown Away By US Intel Officials Steve Watson While the President was comparing ISIS terrorists to the Jayvee squad, US intelligence officials were warning that the threat was real and imminent, according to the head of the House Intelligence...
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    PETA seeks memorial where 1,600 pounds of fish died in Irvine

    Los Angeles Times By Nicole Santa Cruz October 29, 2012, 10:12 p.m. On behalf of the animal rights group PETA, an Irvine woman is asking the city to erect a memorial at the street corner where 1,600 pounds of fish died this month when a container truck crashed into two other vehicles...
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    White House told of militant claim two hours after Libya attack: emails

    White House told of militant claim two hours after Libya attack: emails By Mark Hosenball | Reuters WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Officials at the White House and State Department were advised two hours after attackers assaulted the U.S. diplomatic mission in Benghazi, Libya, on September 11 that...
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    If a person has an affair...

    We were out with a group of friends and the subject turned toward affairs. If you have had an affair is it better to come clean with your spouse, or what they don't know wont hurt them?
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    Muslims say crosses at Catholic University Violate “Human Rights”

    The Washington, D.C. Office of Human Rights confirmed that it is investigating allegations that Catholic University violated the human rights of Muslim students by not allowing them to form a Muslim student group and by not providing them rooms without Christian symbols for their daily prayers...
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    House Page Program to End After Nearly 200 Years!

    House leaders announced Monday they are shutting down the U.S. House of Representatives' Page program at the end of the summer, ending a Washington institution nearly 200 years old. Citing advances in technology and the high cost of the program, House Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio, and...
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    First British human-animal hybrid embryos created by scientists

    Britain's first human-animal hybrid embryos have been created, forming a crucial first step, scientists believe, towards a supply of stem cells that could be used to investigate debilitating and so far untreatable conditions such as Alzheimer's disease, Parkinson's and motor neurone disease...
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    Should tips be split with all waitstaff?

    We were up north at a pub this weekend and I saw that all of the waitstaff were putting their tips in one jar. One waitress was texting on her cell phone while customers were waiting for service and one waitress was working her tail off. So you have everybody taking out of the tip jar even...
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    Pakistani Forces Arrest CIA Informants Who Led U.S. to Usama Bin Laden

    Published June 15, 2011 Associated Press WASHINGTON -- Pakistan's intelligence service has arrested the owner of a safe house rented to the CIA to observe Usama bin Laden's compound before the U.S. raid that killed the Al Qaeda leader, as well as a "handful" of other Pakistanis, a U.S...
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    Should the taxpayers foot the bill for the royal wedding?

    British lavish royal wedding of Prince Williams and his wife-to-be Kate Middleton is to cost British nationals more than $48 million. It is widely believed that the $48-million cost of the royal wedding on April 29 at London's Westminster Abbey would be paid by British citizens rather than...
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    High School Punishes Christmas Sweater Club For Giving Candy Canes

    HAYMARKET, Va. (WUSA) -- They call themselves the "Christmas Sweater Club" because they wear the craziest ones they can find. They also sing Christmas songs at school and try their best to spread Christmas cheer. Now all 10 of them are in trouble because of what they did at their school...
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    DREAM Act no dream...could be reality

    An immigration reform pundit says Democratic members of the lame-duck Congress are prepared to approve a bill that would give amnesty to millions of illegal immigrants who will likely become dependable Democratic voters. In a hastily prepared news release, William Gheen, president of...
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    Obama's 2 billion dollar vacation to India, 3000 entourage...

    T. Paine Wednesday, November 3, 2010 The dust has not even settled nor all of the carnage of the Democratic Party carried away after yesterday's near historic record-setting sea-change in congress with the American people vehemently and unmistakably repudiating President Obama and the...
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    Republicans Capture House in Historic Wave; Democrats Cling to Senate

    Published November 03, 2010 FoxNews.com President Obama plans to face the nation Wednesday after Republicans made historic gains in Congress, signaling to what degree he plans to work with the new majority party in the House of Representatives. The president is expected to speak to...
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    Nevada Voters Say Reid's Name Checked for Them on Touch-Screen Ballots

    Published October 26, 2010 | FoxNews.com Voters in one Nevada city are complaining that Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's name was already checked when they went to cast their ballots in early voting Monday, according to Fox5Vegas.com. Voters in Boulder City said they were trying to...
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    Without a 'Patch,' 25 Millon Could See Tax Spike!

    By Ed Barnes Published October 18, 2010 Unlike the debate over the Bush tax cuts, which will affect taxpayers' income in 2011, the AMT applies to 2010. And the delay in patching it is already causing problems and raising alarms for large numbers of middle-income taxpayers -- as many as 25...
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    72,000 Stimulus Checks Sent to the Dead

    The Social Security Administration sent about 89,000 stimulus payments of $250 each to dead and incarcerated people. The agency was charged with distributing the one-time payments, worth about $13 billion in total, as part of the economic-stimulus package passed in February 2009. Most of the...
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