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World Media: End of the Era of U.S. Dominance

As the U.S. media scrutinize the Wall Street-Main Street implications of the financial crisis and the political effects of the bailout, some foreign journalists
Jul 31, 2020

World Media: End of the Era of U.S. Dominance

World Media: End of the Era of U.S. Dominance

As the U.S. media scrutinize the Wall Street-Main Street implications of the financial crisis and the political effects of the bailout, some foreign journalists
As the U.S. media scrutinize the Wall Street-Main Street implications of the financial crisis and the political effects of the bailout, some foreign journalists
Jul 31, 2020

Huckabee’s PAC using abortion to raise funds

Huckabee’s PAC using abortion to raise funds

Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee reached out to Iowa supporters of his political action committee Thursday in a fundraising pitch that focused on abortion. “Today Huck PAC is hosting an online fundraiser in support of pro-life candidates,” read the email message.
Former Arkansas Gov. Mike Huckabee reached out to Iowa supporters of his political action committee Thursday in a fundraising pitch that focused on abortion. “Today Huck PAC is hosting an online fundraiser in support of pro-life candidates,” read the email message.
Jul 31, 2020

Alberto Gonzales: I’ll Cooperate with Leahy Truth Commission

Alberto Gonzales: I’ll Cooperate with Leahy Truth Commission

Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales appeared at a forum on Republicans and the Hispanic vote at the Capitol Hill Club this morning, getting a standing
Former Attorney General Alberto Gonzales appeared at a forum on Republicans and the Hispanic vote at the Capitol Hill Club this morning, getting a standing
Jul 31, 2020

Twitter campaign urges an end to AIDS Drug Assistance Program waiting lists

Twitter campaign urges an end to AIDS Drug Assistance Program waiting lists

President Barack Obama (Pic by The White House, via Flickr) A Twitter campaign launched by the ADAP Advocacy Association is calling on President Obama to end the AIDS Drug Assistance Program waiting lists. Brandon Macsata, CEO of the ADAP Advocacy Association, tells The Florida Independent that his organization “asked people to start at 7 a.m. today and continue through 7 p.m. tonight and to target the campaign toward President Obama and ask him to step up and begin to lead on this crisis.” “We feel that to this point he’s been pretty quiet,” Macsata says, “and when we’re approaching 10,000 people on the waiting list for the medication we know will keep them healthy productive members of their communities, it’s just unacceptable.” The AIDS Drug Assistance Programs (known as ADAP) provide medications for the treatment of HIV and AIDS for people who cannot afford to pay because they are unemployed, uninsured or underinsured.
President Barack Obama (Pic by The White House, via Flickr) A Twitter campaign launched by the ADAP Advocacy Association is calling on President Obama to end the AIDS Drug Assistance Program waiting lists. Brandon Macsata, CEO of the ADAP Advocacy Association, tells The Florida Independent that his organization “asked people to start at 7 a.m. today and continue through 7 p.m. tonight and to target the campaign toward President Obama and ask him to step up and begin to lead on this crisis.” “We feel that to this point he’s been pretty quiet,” Macsata says, “and when we’re approaching 10,000 people on the waiting list for the medication we know will keep them healthy productive members of their communities, it’s just unacceptable.” The AIDS Drug Assistance Programs (known as ADAP) provide medications for the treatment of HIV and AIDS for people who cannot afford to pay because they are unemployed, uninsured or underinsured.
Jul 31, 2020
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