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Saudi Arabia unsolicited monitoring of women’s travels

In Saudi Arabia there has been unsolicited monitoring of women during their travels. Word had gotten out that the women were being monitored electronically as they left the country. The women of Saudi Arabia are already some of the most oppressed and restricted in the world. With that said, in past years there has been […]

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Needy Airmen to Receive Free ‘Turkeys for Christ’ from Law-Breaking Evangelical Slaughterhouse

During Thanksgiving many organizations sent out turkey donations to help our troops, mostly to help the young enlisted service members who have family to support. Now, many of these organizations do this to help; however there are others that have the wrong intentions. One company in question is HOUSE OF RAEFORD which is one of […]

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US Government Medicates Citizens without Consent

This story examines the ethical issues of water fluoridation. Fluoridation in the United State began in the early 1945. Grand Rapids, Michigan became the first city to implement community water fluoridation. By 2008, more than 72 percent of the U.S water supplies have been fluoridated (CDC, 2010). While claims have been made that fluoride added […]

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Opposition to U.S. Bases (in Okinawa) Reaches Turning Point

US Military bases have exceeded their welcome in Japan. Our country has placed themselves on Japanese soil in the year 1945 towards the end of World War II; which of course was against more than 1 million Okinawan people’s wishes. Throughout the years the main issue the Okinawan people had was their alarming concern over […]

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The Toxic Truth

The people of Abidjan in Côte d’Ivoire are suffering. On August 20, 2006 the people of Abidjan woke up to a foul-smell: a company called Trafigura had dumped toxic waste off their boat, the Probo Kola, around numerous places in their city. More than 100,000 people of Abidjan have been affected, but it’s likely that […]

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