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  • US government records $51.8 billion budget surplus in June

    07/13/2015 12:16:11 PM PDT · by Olog-hai · 18 replies
    Associated Press ^ | Jul 13, 2015 2:32 PM EDT | Martin Crutsinger
    The U.S. government ran a budget surplus in June, leaving the budget deficit so far this year running under last year’s level. The Treasury Department says the surplus in June totaled $51.8 billion, compared to a surplus of $70.5 billion a year ago. However, the larger 2014 monthly surplus was heavily influenced by a timing quirk that had moved June benefit payments into May last year because June 1 fell on a Saturday.For the current budget year, the government is running a deficit of $313.4 billion, a 14.3 percent reduction from the imbalance over the first nine months of the...
  • How Much Does It Cost to Buy Global TV News? (LGF Exclusive into MSM Bias]

    08/11/2006 10:34:41 AM PDT · by PajamaTruthMafia · 13 replies · 1,326+ views
    Little Green Footballs ^ | August 11, 2006 | LGF
    How Much Does It Cost to Buy Global TV News? The vast majority of the TV news pictures you see are produced by two TV news companies. Presented here is a case for how a large amount of money has been used to inject a clear bias into the heart of the global TV news gathering system. That this happens is not at question, whether it is by accident or design is harder to tell. You may not realize it, but if you watch any TV news broadcast on any station anywhere in the world, there is a better than...
  • Clinton Haters Look to Mock His Library (Waaahhh)

    07/22/2003 1:07:13 PM PDT · by Lance Romance · 56 replies · 507+ views
    AP Politics ^ | Tue Jul 22,12:24 PM ET | DAVID HAMMER
    Clinton Haters Look to Mock His Library Tue Jul 22,12:24 PM ET span> By DAVID HAMMER, Associated Press Writer LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - Just a few blocks from the future site of Bill Clinton 's $160 million presidential library, a couple of Clinton haters hope to open a museum devoted to mocking his presidency.   "As long as he's talking, we'll have to be here trying to keep him somewhat honest and stop him from rewriting history," says John LeBoutillier, a former Republican congressman from New York who rode Ronald Reagan 's coattails to victory in 1980. LeBoutillier and his...
  • Heston too feeble to give speech at end of NRA presidency

    04/28/2003 7:09:59 PM PDT · by Joe Brower · 58 replies · 373+ views
    Orlando Sentinel (AP) ^ | 4/26/2003 | some AP drongo
    Heston too feeble to give speech at end of NRA presidencyOrlando Sentinel (AP)April 26, 2003 Charlton Heston made his last appearance as president of the National Rifle Association on Saturday as he shuffled across the stage, too feeble to give a live farewell speech. He was strong enough to raise an 1866 Winchester rifle over his head and deliver his trademark line, "From my cold, dead hands." More than 4,000 members attending the NRA's annual meeting gave him a standing ovation. Heston, who was the public voice of the NRA for five years, only spoke three more sentences in front...
  • Anti-Bush T-Shirt Banned at Michigan School With High Concentration of Arab-Americans

    02/19/2003 9:06:48 AM PST · by Cinnamon Girl · 70 replies · 1,782+ views
    The Associated Press ^ | Published: Feb 19, 2003
    DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) - School officials ordered a 16-year-old student to either take off a T-shirt emblazoned with the words "International Terrorist" and a picture of President Bush or go home, saying they worried it would inflame passions at the school where a majority of students are Arab-American. The student, Bretton Barber, chose to go home. He said he wore the shirt Monday to express his anti-war position and for a class assignment in which he wrote a compare-contrast essay on Bush and Iraq President Saddam Hussein. Schools spokesman Dave Mustonen said students have the right to freedom of expression,...