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Is Social Security on the table as Obama, Congress tackle the deficit?
In deficit speech, Obama says changes will be necessary, but he also draws lines in the sand about what he will not accept
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The Worst Roads in America
With spring here and the snow melted, MainStreet took a look at the state of our nation’s roads and highways. Here are the 10 worst states.
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Obama national debt plan: Will it all come down to taxes?
In a speech Wednesday, President Obama is expected to ask for ‘shared sacrifice’ – cuts and taxes – to rein in the national debt. But the GOP is adamantly against any new taxes.
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Libraries at risk in council shake-up Have your say

Libraries at risk in council shake-up Have your say
COPELAND’S libraries are among those at risk in a “modernising’’ shake-up proposed by the county council.
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WMS: What a MesS!
NEW YORK (TheStreet) — Breakout Stocks Portfolio Manager Bryan Ashenberg reviews WMS Industries’ negative pre-announcement and suggests investors tread carefully.
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WMS: What a MesS!
WMS: What a MesS!
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FM candidates discuss growth, mixed use

FM candidates discuss growth, mixed use
LEWISVILLE — Candidates for the Flower Mound Town Council got their first chance to debate the issues Thursday at a forum hosted by the Denton County Republican’s Club at the Lewisville Chamber of Commerce.
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Campaign would send funds directly to office in Somalia, ensuring donations get in right hands
MINNEAPOLIS – Members of the Minneapolis Somali community say they’ve come up with a safe way to send aid to the more than 2 million people displaced by decades of war and a recent drought in their homeland.
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Libraries at risk in council shake-up Have your say
COPELAND’S libraries are among those at risk in a “modernising’’ shake-up proposed by the county council.
Read more on Whitehaven News

Brattleboro Women’s Film Festival explores Harper Lee and her characters
Author Harper Lee is the focus of the documentary “Hey Boo: Harper Lee and To Kill a Mockingbird.” The film will be shown at the Women’s Film Festival in Brattleboro.
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Why Monetary Expansion Must Stop

Why Monetary Expansion Must Stop
With unlimited quantities of fiat money, the day seems to have arrived when anything is possible. But this is an illusion.
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Speech: Sharples – Kingitanga Day, Waikato University
Whaia te rangatiratanga, ake, ake, ake! E nga mana o Waikato Taniwha Rau – tena koutou. E nga iwi o Waikato, nga whakaruruhau mo tenei hui, karanga mai, karanga mai.
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President Obama’s Speech On Deficit Cutting
President Obama, in a speech at George Washington University, on Wednesday set out his plan for cutting the budget deficit by $ 4 trillion over the next 12 years. Read his remarks.
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Francis Fukuyama—Book Origins of Political Order

Francis Fukuyama—Book Origins of Political Order
As the communist era vanished, he declared history’s end. With the Middle East in revolt and China rising, Francis Fukuyama is back. What is he thinking?
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Firm picked to design new Broadway Bridge
The Arkansas Highway Commission on Wednesday chose a North Little Rock based engineering firm to design a replacement for the Broadway Bridge over the Arkansas River between Little Rock and North Little Rock.
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Obama’s Speech on the Budget Deficit, April 2011
President Obama gave this speech at George Washington University on April 13, 2011. This copy is provided by the New York Times. Good afternoon. It’s great to be back at GW. I want you to know that one of the reasons I kept the government open was so I could be here today with all of you.
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Campaign would send funds directly to office in Somalia, ensuring donations get in right hands

Campaign would send funds directly to office in Somalia, ensuring donations get in right hands
MINNEAPOLIS – Members of the Minneapolis Somali community say they’ve come up with a safe way to send aid to the more than 2 million people displaced by decades of war and a recent drought in their homeland.
Read more on Minneapolis-St. Paul Star Tribune

Budget, tax rate among issues at LISD debate
LEWISVILLE — About 80 residents attended a debate Thursday for the Lewisville ISD Board of Trustees candidates, hosted by the Carrollton Tea Party. The board election is May 14.
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Sham I am
Those who once ran campaigns featuring doctors extolling the health benefits of smoking are now busy marketing the dogma that tax cuts mean broad prosperity, no matter what the facts show. by David Cay Johnston For three decades we have conducted a massive economic experiment, testing a theory known as supply-side economics. The theory goes like this: Lower tax rates will encourage more …
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Partisan tensions rise as House tackles budget bill
WASHINGTON (CNN) — The struggle to control America’s skyrocketing debt will take center stage in the House of Representatives Thursday as members vote on the fiscal year 2011 budget deal reached last week by President Barack Obama, Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nevada, and Speaker John Boehner, R-Ohio.
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Nonprofit could lose grants under federal budget proposal

Nonprofit could lose grants under federal budget proposal
McALLEN — Federal cuts to job training that may come amid layoffs of thousands of state employees are a perfect storm for workforce development officials. Up to 335,000 private- and public-sector employees are projected to lose their jobs under a…
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The Morning Fix: Oprah wants big bucks for final episode. Charlie Sheen feels shortchanged. Biden talks tough on piracy.
After the coffee. Before figuring out why emails from five years ago are suddenly reappearing in my Yahoo account. The Skinny: In our midweek edition: Would you pay $ 1 million to advertise in Oprah Winfrey’s last show? Someone might. Vice…
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District Asks Village to Help Fund School Resource Officer Post
East Aurora Village Board members were nearly finished with their budget process when they learned that the East Aurora School District was seeking help in sustaining a police program while closing a gap in its own budget.
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The ruthless Rose
Kevin Rose, the founder and former CEO of Digg, says he won’t spend Milk Inc.’s VC money keeping bad products on life support.
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Obama Plan to Trim $4T From Deficit by 2023

Obama Plan to Trim T From Deficit by 2023
President Barack Obama vowed to cut $ 4 trillion in cumulative deficits within 12 years through a combination spending cuts and tax increases, setting the stage for a fight with Republicans
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Tuesday at the North Carolina General Assembly
The Associated Press HEADLINES: House offers first budget-cutting ideas, leaves out teacher layoffs and UNC tuition hikes House budget proposal would place crime lab in new Department of Public Safety Legislative approval before approving certain federal rail grants considered in House budget draft Senate agrees to pardon of Reconstruction governor removed from office after Klan fight House …
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Staff blog: President Obama speaks on deficit

Staff blog: President Obama speaks on deficit
Today, President Obama spoke on the budget negotiations that have tied up congress over the past few weeks.
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The ruthless former Digg CEO
Kevin Rose, the founder and former CEO of Digg, says he won’t spend Milk Inc.’s VC money keeping bad products on life support.
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Gerald A. Lawson, Video Game Pioneer, Dies at 70
Mr. Lawson, by creating interchangeable game cartridges, made it possible to play a variety of video games at home.
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Gillard: ‘hard decisions lie ahead’
Julia Gillard used her speech at the Sydney Institute last night to reiterate the government’s familiar “tight budget, tough choices” message, paving the way for Wayne Swan to hand down the Federal Budget next month. Here is the full text. Read more on the blog…
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