As Libyans continue to fight a corrupt government and religious extremists within their communities, it’s helpful to remember that those forces do not represent all Libyans. Obvious? Yes. But, sadly, not to all.
With all the handwringing and pearlclutching over the election of Mohamed Morsi, of the Muslim Brotherhood, as President of Egypt, here’s some exciting news:
“For the first time in Egyptian history – not just modern but in all Egyptian history – a woman will take [a position as vice president],” Deif said. [...]
In May of 2011, Georgia’s Senators affirmed their “all nominees deserved and up or down vote” position.
“As I said repeatedly during the years President Bush was in office, I believe every president deserves an up-or-down vote on their judicial nominees. In addition, the U.S. Constitution says it is the Senate’s responsibility to [...]
Citing lack of rail spending, Sierra Club comes out against transportation sales tax | Political Insider
Fact or Fiction: Chamber of Commerce distributes TSPLOST information | Newnan Times-Herald (Thx Jules!)
T-SPLOST raises several questions | Jackson Herald (I didn’t even know Jackson County was included in the T-SPLOST vote.)
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Imagine a woman. Your sister, your best bud’s wife, a friend from college. She and her husband are expecting. She’s 5 months along. They’re decorating the nursery, picking out names and are giddy with anticipation. Then, their worst fears come true. At a routine check-up, it’s discovered that the baby no longer has a [...]