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Addiction In Orange County

Addiction In Orange County

Social media is an excellent source for anyone battling a drug or alcohol addiction. On the pages of sites like YouTube, Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter are many people who understand your struggles who would love to connect and provide support and encouragement. There are videos offering a plethora of helpful tips and information that an

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Library of Congress

It was on this date, April 24, 1800, that the oldest federal cultural institution in the US, and the world’s largest library, was founded: the Library of Congress. Its collection of 119 million items includes materials in 460 languages — not only books but maps, monographs, dissertations, periodicals, voice and music recordings, and 14 million

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Library of Congress
Wealth and Democracy

Wealth and Democracy

In a country where it’s more important to get out to buy a bigger SUV than it is to get out to vote, it may not be surprising that wealth rules in the land of democracy. People participate even less in politics today than they did in the 1950s, principally because most of us exile

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Camera Cops!

Maybe it’s time for a constitutional convention — for the purpose of repealing the Bill of Rights once and for all, not piecemeal, as I’ve seen in recent months. Even before September 11, and the subsequent USA Patriot Repeal of Civil Rights Act, legislators have been carving up the Constitution and the very idea of

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Camera Cops!