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United States urges partner countries to increase support for the global agriculture and food security program

The Secretaries of the U.S. Department of the Treasury and the U.S. Department of State late last week sent a letter to international partner countries urging nations around the world to expand their support for the Global Agriculture and Food Security Program (GAFSP). 308 more words


Former AP and Newsweek writer chronicles the enigma that is John Kerry

ABOVE: Kerry makes the case for crushing more innocent civilians

Robert Parry has been a prominent award-winning investigative journalist, working at both Newsweek and the Associated Press, where he is perhaps most well-known for reporting on the Iran-Contra scandal of the 1980s. 128 more words

A welcome boost for agile in government

By Tony Collins

David Wilks, Digital Performance Manager at Government Digital Service, which is part of the Cabinet Office, says there has been “incredible” interest in clarified guidance that makes it easier for departments to obtain funding for agile projects. 440 more words


Dear Congressman Smith

As a Missouri citizen, I was embarrassed to learn that you’re a Republican for Missouri’s 8th district. Now to be honest, I wouldn’t expect a Republican from the Boot Heel to support a repeal of marijuana prohibition. 327 more words

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Tax Day Is Coming

There’s a little bit of strong language in this clip.

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UPDATE: Up to 5,000 Armed Militia Members Will Be Arriving in Bunkerville, Nevada Today

Update: Word on the street from sources close to the militia movement is that up to 5,000 armed militia members will be arriving in Bunkerville, Nevada sometime today. 637 more words

Ethnic Hair Wars

Last week, the US Army introduced regulations concerning how hair styles are acceptable and which ones aren’t. Sadly, most of the hairstyles that are unacceptable are the ethnic hair, for example cornrows, dreadlocks and some braids. 239 more words