Monthly Archives: October 2011

Can Herman Cain Deliver?

Presidential hopeful Herman Cain, while controversial, has a possible chance of winning the Republican nomination. “Many of the Muslims, they are not totally dedicated to this country,” GOP campaigner Herman Cain said in March. “They are not dedicated to our Constitution. Many of them are trying to force Sharia law on the people of this […]

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The Pipeline of ‘Poison’

The aftermath of a tar sands oil spill in Michigan has left a community with sickness, anger, and loss of livelihood. Deb Miller lives less than 30 metres from the Kalamazoo River in central Michigan, site of one of the largest inland tar sands oil disasters in US history. In July 2010, nearly four million […]

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Dangerous Allegations in the Gulf of Mexico

Gulf of Mexico residents accuse BP and their security company of harassment. A simple swim in the Gulf of Mexico has complicated Steven Aguinaga’s life in ways he could have never imagined. In July 2010, Aguinaga, now 33-years-old, had gone on a vacation with is wife and some friends to Fort Walton Beach, Florida. After […]

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The Escalation of BP’s Liability

As oil, sickness and contamination persist, Gulf residents and lawyers file thousands of lawsuits against the oil giant. “If you got caught humping another woman – [if] you’re both naked and caught in the act – you’d want BP to explain to your wife how it didn’t happen.” This colorful analogy was proposed by Dean […]

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