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  • And along with NAIS come "best farming practices" which would force a person on their own land (thoughit is not clear that the land is not being stolen away, too) to feed their own animals what the government determined, to treat them medically as the government determines, to spray the land as and when and with what the government determines.

    The literal enslavement of the American farmer 2009

  • They could play with a cardboard box and squeal with delight, enjoy wrapping paper as much as a gift, pound on a metal pot as thoughit were actually a drum.

    Warrior's Baby Whitefeather, Sheri 2000

  • They were positively scared stiff that thesehalf-wits or scoundrels would accuse them of lack of understanding; as thoughit were a disgrace not to understand the products of spiritual degeneratesor slimy swindlers.

    Mein Kampf Hitler, Adolf, 1889-1945 1925

  • The Agriculture Department runs a summer food program to help fill the gap, thoughit doesn't reach everybody.

    WCAX - Local News 2010

  • The bill already includes a limit of $500,000 added by Lincoln earlier, so the new amendment doesn't represent a major change, thoughit does add a provision directing the expected $650 million in revenue to the Medicare trust fund.

    WCAX - Local News 2009

  • She agreed to star in The Mysteries of Pittsburgh in 2006 - even thoughit meant shedding her clothes for the role - but insists she will no longer consider roles requiring nudity, because she's moved on.

    Entertainment - Female First 2009

  • Mr. SwANWicK said, it would appear by the ar - guments of gentlemen, as if they should have to raise immediately from their citizens, for the pur - pose of completing these frigates, 400,000 dollars, thoughit would only he the inlere::! of that sum at six per cent, which would be wanted.

    The Debates and proceedings in the Congress of the United States 1789

  • First, politicians prefer “the free market” even thoughit is the free market that took over in 1994 that has gotten us into today’s mess.

    Health care and the free market 2007

  • Destined to extend to all regions of the earth, it enters into human history, thoughit transcends at once all times and all racial boundaries "(" Lumen

    Latest Articles 2008


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