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KIAHMembers of the Texas Coalition to Abolish the Death Penalty were at it again protesting the extermination of the latest inmate on death row Humberto Leal. A 38-year-old Mexican national who has lived most of his pathetic life in the United States was...
Channel 2 NewsOn Monday, the 11 Alaska State Lawmakers who travelled to Washington, D.C over the weekend returned to Juneau with a sobering message about protecting America's oil and gas drilling rights in the Arctic Ocean. They said that China -- a nation of 1.3...
Daily American Staff WriterWhile Pennsylvania added manufacturing jobs last year, Somerset County lost them. Preliminary statistics from the Bureau of Labor Statistics in Philadelphia show that Pennsylvania added 15,000 manufacturing jobs last year, but Somerset County lost 328....
“I just saw where the tax rate went up from 6 to 9 percent on beer. It’s just like cigarettes; it could be $9 for a bottle of beer, but people will still keep drinking it. Same thing as cigarettes; $7 a pack, and people are still buying...
Voting against in-state tuition for children of illegal immigrants ruins both young people and AmericaI was disappointed to read "In-state tuition opponents have the signatures for referendum" (July 8). Maryland's new law would have extended in-state tuition rates to young, undocumented residents, but now the law has been blocked, and it will await the...
Tags: Immigration, Employees, Education, Crimes, Politics
“Hey, Funkstown, I must apologize to you and everybody else. I grew up the first half of my life in Hagerstown, and I am now 75 years old, and I forgot — I guess, due to my old age — that Washington Street and Antietam Street did...
The Obama Administration announced this week a resolution to the long-running dispute over Mexican trucks on American roads that has cost the U.S. agriculture industry more than $2 billion in recent years from retaliatory duties. Transportation...
When free trade proponents sold the American people on the idea of the North American Free Trade Agreement, they promised that it would be a boon economically. Evidence, however, suggests that it has been anything but. Since NAFTA's implementation,...
From The Kansas Historical Society: Satanta was born about 1830 most likely along the Canadian River, a tributary of the Arkansas River, somewhere in present Oklahoma. This was the winter home of his people, the Kiowa. Also called Settainte, his name...
Tags: Politics, Native Americans, Minority Groups
“I don’t know why everyone is so negative. I like pie. I like pie a lot.” — Hagerstown “My comment is about the people in Mail Call complaining about raising chickens in their backyard. I don’t see what the...
“To the person who called in about the lazy people not returning grocery carts, and things like that: Honey, it’s not because they’re lazy. They just don’t care. They have no respect for anybody. I mean, they go to the grocery...
Like most such dialogues, the recent discussions about Israel and Palestine at the U.N. ignore international treaty law ("Bid for statehood may end," Sept. 21). Jews were given legal and political rights to what is now called Palestine in 1920, when...
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