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Domestic Policy

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Reuters

After 12 years of litigation, a federal judge rejected claims that the government owed American Indians $47 billion for mismanaging their money held in a special trust fund, but ruled they were owed less than 1 percent of the amount sought.

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The Libertarian Enterprise

Years ago, I was driving down the street when I saw a banner hanging over the road, saying something like "Vote for the new library." I thought about that, then sent an email to the Secretary of State asking whether this was kosher.

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AP

Auto industry cutbacks, double-digit unemployment and one of the nation's highest home foreclosure rates. A mayoral sex scandal, investigation into a City Council-approved $47 million sludge recycling deal, and poorly run and deficit-plagued scho

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AP

The Justice Department has agreed to pay $5.8 million to settle a lawsuit with former Army scientist Steven Hatfill, who was named as a person of interest in the 2001 anthrax attacks. Hatfill claimed the Justice Department violated his privacy rig

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Gold Is Money

A Joint Resolution claiming sovereignty under the Tenth Amendment to the US Constitution over certain powers; serving notice to the federal government to cease and desist certain mandates; and directing distribution.

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Houston Chronicle

Rest assured, just like Katrina, when the government really needs to evacuate you from an area we will be inspecting citizenship papers before you can go. Bureaucrazy at its finest.

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Arizona Republic

The Endline's generate electricity with the turbines to power their nearby house, and they see it as a smart economic and environmental investment. The 33-foot-tall metal structures have generated quite a bluster at Bullhead City's municipal

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