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Comedy, irony, or just childish spite against Michael Fish?

From: j b [mailto:j.bex@hotmail.co.uk]

Sent: 27 February 2015 12:44

To: Customer Services SHDC
Subject: Recycling

Dear sirs,

I thought I would bring to your attention a blatant disregard for recycling policy I came across the other day. 115 more words

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Angry Pander Bear

One of the highlights of the 1992 election cycle was when Paul Tsongas called Bill Clinton a Pander Bear for obvious reasons. Bill not only felt people’s pain, he borrowed their ideas, policies, you name if, he’d use it. 434 more words


AZ 2016 U.S. Senate race takes bright, right turn

Supporters of AZ State Sen. Kelli Ward put together ‘KelliPAC’  hoping to encourage challenge to John McCain

The news that John McCain is revving up for a yet anther bite at the senate apple, is of the ho-hum variety.  381 more words


American Putsch

Many interesting articles were printed and posted online, and many fine words were written, and many thought-provoking observations were made regarding Israeli PM Netanyahu’s upcoming visit to Washington, and his expected speech before a joint meeting of the American Congress. 1,220 more words


Perry Says Obama Made World Less Safe

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OXON HILL, Md. (AP) - Former Texas Gov. Rick Perry says the Islamic State group seizing territory in the Middle East represents the worst threat to freedom since communism. 123 more words


Kudos to all the students who put their name on the ballot

Thanks to all the students who campaigned in the Mohawk Students’ Association election. Putting your name on a ballet takes courage and there’s no higher calling than public service. 85 more words


Civic Involvement: Engaging the Previously Un-Engaged

People don’t know what they don’t know. This is a phrase that I’ve heard many times from colleagues who lament the fact that information is often not readily available to those that need it. 640 more words

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