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Kasim Reed predicts a tough flag fight in South Carolina, says Rebel car tags were a mistake

In 2003, as a state senator, Kasim Reed played a pivotal role in raising the current Georgia flag and blocking newly elected Gov. Sonny Perdue’s effort to put the state’s 1956 flag, with its Confederate battle emblem, up for a statewide vote. 1,508 more words

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Water Wars Crush California Wineries: "Whoever Has The Longest Straw Wins"

Source: ZeroHedge

Eerily reminiscent of the determinedly evil oil baron from the movie ‘There Will Be Blood’, Reuters reports the growing tensions amid California’s drought-stricken wineries are boiling over: … 56 more words

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Georgia's move to dismiss Supreme Court 'water wars' case is denied

WASHINGTON —  The Florida-Georgia “water wars” case will carry on, as a special master appointed by the U.S. Supreme Court denied Georgia’s motion to dismiss the lawsuit. 424 more words

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I was highly anticipating this weekend, not only because it was Fathers Day but because we had a fun plan of family events.   265 more words

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What Was The Bolivian 'Water War?'

According to NACLA, in April 2000, there was a popular struggle against water privatization in Cochabamba, Bolivia’s third largest city.  It started a series of events that profoundly changed the nation’s political landscape. 498 more words

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Emoting with the News: Water War

Water is precious to life, a core item for survival, and considered one of the prime pillars of modern society and civilization.

Taking this idea of the importance of water, think about the value of it in the deserts of Iraq. 484 more words

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