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5 matching items found between Jan 2009 and Jun 2009. Furthermore, there are 79 matching items for all time not shown.
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May 13, 2009
What do Americans want? Legal pot, White House online survey reports — Washington Post
Type: Press
Author(s): Dan Eggen
Source: Washington Post
Forget about the economic crisis, the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and saving Social Security: An online opinion survey released by the White House this week ranks legalizing pot, playing online poker and cracking down on Scientologists as far more important issues. The results are part of a "Citizen's Briefing Book," which compiles the results of an online project launched by President Obama's transition office to solicit policy ideas from the citizenry. More than 125,000 users submitted 1.4 million votes during ...
Apr 12, 2009
The free world bars free speech — Washington Post
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Type: Press
Author(s): Jonathan Turley
Source: Washington Post
For years, the Western world has listened aghast to stories out of Iran, Saudi Arabia and other Middle Eastern nations of citizens being imprisoned or executed for questioning or offending Islam. Even the most seemingly minor infractions elicit draconian punishments. Late last year, two Afghan journalists were sentenced to prison for blasphemy because they translated the Koran into a Farsi dialect that Afghans can read. In Jordan, a poet was arrested for incorporating Koranic verses into his work. And last week, ...
Mar 26, 2009
Sarah Palin adviser's secret Scientology plot to take over Washington — Gawker
Mar 19, 2009
Future president Sarah Palin pals around with Operating Thetan — Gawker
Type: Blog
Author(s): John Cook
Source: Gawker
Sarah Palin is seeking the advice of a Scientologist as she plots her 2012 presidential run, which just makes sense to us. John P. Coale, a prominent Washington lawyer and power-broker, is secretly running Palin's political action committee and working to "protect the Palin brand," according to the Washington Post. He is very, very good at doing that because he can walk through walls and read minds and leave his body and never gets sick because he is a Scientologist. Coale ...
Mar 17, 2009
The Protecters of the Palin Brand — Washington Post
Type: Blog
Author(s): Chris Cillizza
Source: Washington Post
There is no brand in Republican politics as powerful – or as tenuous – as that of Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin. She is simultaneously the hottest commodity on the Republican fundraising circuit and a figure of ridicule among Democrats (and even many Independents) who believe that her status as a national figure is entirely undeserved. Even Palin and her political team seem to be struggling somewhat with how much or little to expose her at the national level. Witness the odd ...
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