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Buffy: An Adventure Story by Bob Graham - A Review

Buffy: An Adventure Story by Bob Graham is an absolutely delightful picture book by one of my favourite picture book authors and illustrators. I think this is possibly my favourite of his books so far. 205 more words

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Gwen Graham: an apple that didn't fall far from the tree

Which 35 House Democrats Just Joined the GOP to Try to Gut Dodd-Frank?

The House GOP decided to use the second day back in session to do what they love best: give presents to Wall Street. 188 more words

Former Senator Bob Graham calls for release of 28 pages detailing Saudi Arabian involvement in 9/11

The recent horrific attack on Charlie Hebdo’s staff in Paris has ignited discussions about acts of organized violence. Former senator Bob Graham is currently calling for the Obama administration to release 28 classified pages of a 2003 congressional report on 9/11, which allegedly detail Saudi Arabian involvement. 141 more words

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The "28 Redacted Pages" is a limited hangout

The “28 Redacted Pages” is a limited hangout

The release of the “28 Redacted Pages” will not lead to 9/11 Truth and Justice. It will only lead to more war propaganda towards Saudi Arabia. 3,278 more words

9/11 COMMISSION

Scott 2.0: There are no rules for how to launch a second term

With Gov. Rick Scott headed toward a low-key inauguration as a second-term governor, Florida history shows there’s no hard and fast rules on how to launch or re-launch an administration. 362 more words

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Robert Fulford: Huston, we have some problems — on Anjelica's gossipy new memoir

In a big 1938 Broadway musical, Knickerbocker Holiday, Walter Huston stopped the show every night by singing Kurt Weill’s “September Song.” Soon vast multitudes could remember the words about love and death: 1,051 more words

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Robert Fulford: Huston, we have some problems — on Anjelica's gossipy new memoir

In a big 1938 Broadway musical, Knickerbocker Holiday, Walter Huston stopped the show every night by singing Kurt Weill’s “September Song.” Soon vast multitudes could remember the words about love and death: 1,051 more words

Arts