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Jimmy Carter “A Call to Action” to come out in March

Jimmy Carter “A Call to Action” to come out in March
The former US President, Jimmy Carter is currently writing a book on women's rights with the title “A Call to Action: Women, Religion, Violence and Power.” Carter's book will be released on March 25th by Simon & Schuster.
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The Nuclear Option: With Immigration, Obama Lets a Crisis Go to Waste

Source: Big Government

President Obama Visits Austin
Whatever happened to the Obama administration’s guiding principle never to let a serious crisis go to waste? Ex-White House chief of staff Rahm Emanuel pronounced this shockingly brazen political principle before a group of Wall Street executives in November 2008. He said this even before President Obama took office. It was after that historic election, a time when the president was riding high on ...
Full article at: Big Government 4 hours ago

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Democrats tap witnesses in Boehner lawsuit

Source: WND

Former President Jimmy Carter Teaches Sunday School
(POLITICO) House Democrats are tapping a former assistant attorney general and a top Carter administration official to serve as witnesses against a Republican plan to sue President Barack Obama. One of the witnesses is Walter Dellinger, a former assistant attorney general, head of the Office of Legal Counsel and acting Solicitor General. Simon Lazarus, an associate director for President Jimmy Carter, will also testify at a Hou ...
Full article at: WND 1 day ago, 12:47pm CDT

Today Washington Tackled One Drug Bogeyman—So What's Next?

Source: The Stranger

Prison / Shutterstock.comAs activists repeatedly pointed out during this legalization process, the US is the world's largest jailer. Congratulations, Washington. Today you've started selling recreational marijuana, which is a historic glimmer of hope in the long, sad, and dumb story of drug prohibition in the US. So. What's next? The US, as I-502 activists repeatedly pointed out while they were fighting to get legalization on the ball ...
Full article at: The Stranger 3 days ago, 6:18pm CDT

Silicon Valley tech firms focus on energy efficiency to confront climate change

Source: Mercury News

Former President Jimmy Carter Teaches Sunday School
As President Barack Obama pushes ahead on a strategy for confronting climate change that relies heavily on energy efficiency, some Americans may see flashbacks of Jimmy Carter trying to persuade them to wear an extra sweater and tur ...
Full article at: Mercury News Jul 3 2014, 9:24pm CDT

American Dissatisfaction With Everything Is Reaching Historic Levels

Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

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WASHINGTON -- People are mad as hell, and they're not going to take it anymore, an extensive new survey of public attitudes toward the government finds. The study, conducted by EMC Research, relies on three in-depth surveys in late 2013, one by telephone and two on the Internet. When lined up with historical trends on dissatisfaction and alienation, it shows a public that has become increasingly distrustful o ...
Full article at: Politics - The Huffington Post Jul 3 2014, 4:28pm CDT

Energy Efficiency Now a Booming High Tech Industry


Former President Jimmy Carter Teaches Sunday School
Energy efficiency, once dismissed as “Jimmy Carter trying to persuade [Americans] to wear an extra sweater and turn down the thermostat,” is now a booming high-tech industry, according to a report last week in the L.A. Times.American electricity providers have tripled their spending on energy efficiency programs since 2006, the piece reports, and spending on efficiency technologies and programs reached $2 ...
Full article at: Jul 3 2014, 4:18pm CDT

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Lessons From America's War for the Greater Middle East

Source: Notre Dame Magazine

Former President Jimmy Carter Teaches Sunday School
For well over 30 years now, the United States military has been intensively engaged in various quarters of the Islamic world. An end to that involvement is nowhere in sight. Tick off the countries in that region that U.S. forces in recent decades have invaded, occupied, garrisoned, bombed or raided and where American soldiers have killed or been killed. Since 1980, they include Iraq and Afghanistan, of course. But also Iran, Lebanon, Libya, Turkey, ...
Full article at: Notre Dame Magazine Jul 3 2014, 3:44pm CDT

LBJ's use of power is needed in today's fight for moral immigration policies

Source: Politics - The Huffington Post

LBJ Presidential Library Hosts Summit Marking 50 Years Since Civil Rights Act Of 1964
No American president during the last half century has matched President Lyndon Baines Johnson's skillful use of power. In the White House, Johnson's hold on Congress remained firm, as he masterfully pushed through the Civil Rights Act of 1964, the most significant civil rights legislation since Reconstruction. This law served as the cornerstone of Johnson's "Great Society" agenda that included voting rights, fair housing, health care, immigration, and education ...
Full article at: Politics - The Huffington Post Jul 2 2014, 11:52pm CDT

Worst president since WWII? New poll says it's Obama

Source: Russia Today

The 55th Annual GRAMMY Awards - Pre-Telecast
According to a new Quinnipiac University poll conducted between June 24 – 30, roughly 33 percent of Americans believe Obama is the worst president since World War II. These numbers are even worse than his predecessor, George W. Bush, who 28 percent of voters pegged as the worst. Compared head-to-head, neither of the two most recent presidents received high marks, either. In results that split largely across party lines, 39 percent of voters said O ...
Full article at: Russia Today Jul 2 2014, 7:08pm CDT