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A yes vote on July 9, 2011 will mark the split of the state of Sudan, further creating a North Sudan state and a South Sudan state. Currently, Sudan is fifteenth from the bottom of poorest countries in the world, according to the United Nations index of world’s poorest countries. Sudan is also on the […]
Lockheed Martin, the giant weapons corporation, is doing more than supplying our government with nuclear weapons and combat aircrafts; it’s shadowing your every move. Although the company seems only interested in government contracts ($36 billion in 2008), they are involved with over two dozen government agencies such as the FBI, CIA, and even train the […]
A large number of schools in the United States are suspending a greater portion of their ethnic student population, specifically African American students. In general, African American students are suspended far more frequently than white students. Black males are suspended three times more often than white males, and black females are suspended four times as […]