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    12/06/2012 12:58:47 PM PST · by jimsin · 104 replies
    ANN/S BLOG ^ | DEC, 5TH 2012 | ANN COULTER
    AMERICA NEARS EL TIPPING POINTO December 5, 2012 Share on facebookShare on twitterShare on emailShare on printMore Sharing Services355 I apologize to America's young people, whose dashed dreams and dim employment prospects I had laughed at, believing these to be a direct result of their voting for Obama. On closer examination, it turns out that young voters, aged 18-29, overwhelmingly supported Romney. But only the white ones. According to Pew Research, 54 percent of white voters under 30 voted for Romney and only 41 percent for Obama. That's the same percentage Reagan got from the entire white population in 1980....
  • Poll: Nicaraguans overwhelmingly reject Liberal-Sandinista accord

    01/10/2005 11:13:31 AM PST · by Kitten Festival · 2 replies · 349+ views
    Agencia EFE ^ | Jan. 10, 2005 | Staff
    Managua, Jan 10 (EFE).- Nicaraguans overwhelmingly reject the new political accord between the Liberals and the Sandinistas to ratify the constitutional reforms they are pushing that reduce the president's power, according to a poll released Monday. The telephone survey by M&R Consultores, conducted Saturday among 620 people of both sexes aged 16-65 and published Monday in the daily La Prensa, shows that 77 percent of the public does not approve of the pact between the country's two largest political forces.
  • Campus Conformists - (Excellent!)

    11/28/2004 9:20:18 AM PST · by CHARLITE · 10 replies · 600+ views
    New York Post Online.com ^ | NOVEMBER 28, 2004 | GEORGE WILL
    OH, well, if studies say so. The great secret is out: liberals dominate campuses. Coming soon: "Moon Implicated in Tides, Studies Find." One study of 1,000 professors finds that Democrats outnumber Republicans at least seven to one in the humanities and social sciences. That imbalance, more than double what it was three decades ago, is intensifying because younger professors are more uniformly liberal than the older cohort that is retiring. Another study, of voter-registration records, including those of professors in engineering and the hard sciences, found nine Democrats for every Republican at Berkeley and Stanford. Among younger profs, there were...
  • SARS Overwhelming Beijing Hospitals

    04/30/2003 3:49:48 PM PDT · by blam · 50 replies · 178+ views
    Independent (UK) ^ | 5-1-2003 | Christopher Bodeen AP
    Sars overwhelming Beijing hospitals By Christopher Bodeen, AP 01 May 2003 Beijing's Sars outbreak "remains severe" and hospitals handling the disease don't have enough beds for all suspected cases, said the city's new mayor. Mayor Wang Qishan acknowledged residents were frightened and that there had been some public panic. But he denied speculation that the Chinese capital would be sealed off, saying enough precautions were in place. Speaking at a news conference broadcast live on Beijing television, Wang called for calm, saying "the panic and fear factor among the general public is a really big issue for us." Wang said...
  • L.A.'s critical condition - L.A. County's uninsured are overwhelming emergency rooms

    02/26/2003 9:15:55 AM PST · by NormsRevenge · 22 replies · 424+ views
    SJ Mercury News ^ | 2/26/03 | Barbara Feder Ostrov
    <p>It's a routine day at Los Angeles County's Harbor-UCLA Medical Center's emergency room: By 3 p.m., every bed is filled. The waiting room is packed with an additional 60 patients. An elderly man on crutches says dejectedly that he's been waiting 17 hours to see a doctor.</p>