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    And you all think????

    Leaked Memo Fuels Kansas AG Concerns by The Associated Press September 15, 2006 - 9:00 pm ET (Topeka, Kansas) GQ magazine declared he would do anything to stop abortion and called him the future of the anti-abortion movement. Planned Parenthood put him on a list of 15 Americans it saw as...
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    Life Sentence without hate crime prosecution.....

    Matthew Wayne Shepard (December 1, 1976 – October 12, 1998) was an American student at the University of Wyoming, who was attacked by Russell Henderson and Aaron McKinney near Laramie, Wyoming on the night of 6 – October 7, 1998. He died from his injuries at Poudre Valley Hospital on October 12...
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    Disrespectful!!!

    Volunteers Stand Guard Outside Soldier's Funeral (09.04.06 - AP) — Mourners in Montrose remember an Army medic who was killed in Afghanistan. Twenty-one-year-old Army Corporal Christopher Sitton was among three Fort Drum soldiers killed Aug. 19 after an explosive went off near their vehicle...
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    What's the winter going to be like???

    The other day we were discussing what the winter is going to be like. Like many is this area the hay crop was short. Some have said it is to be as dry as next winter and some seem to think it will be bad. Just curious as to what you all have seen or are predicting. One person told me it will...
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    A group trying to help after the flames are put out.

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - August 21, 2006 INDEPENDENT CATTLEMEN URGE SUPPORT FOR FIRE RELIEF FUND (Hyannis, NE) The ICON Board of Directors is encouraging the membership as well as ranchers across the state to consider donating to the Dawes-Sioux Fire Relief Fund. “While we have all been...
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    A Hate Crime

    Pair Charged In Deadly Blast Linked To Gay Pride Protest by The Associated Press August 22, 2006 - 5:00 pm ET (Moscow) Prosecutors charged two people with hate crimes Tuesday in connection with the bombing of a bazaar that killed 10 people and highlighted concerns over the growing number of...
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    Conservative pass outs

    French Presidential Candidate Campaigns With Condom Giveaways by The Associated Press August 22, 2006 - 9:00 pm ET (Paris) Vacationers visiting France's beaches are getting some unusual promotional goodies such as condoms stamped with the logo of the ruling conservative political party...
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    Hope this is the market that greets us sale day!

    Last week at the North Platte Nebraska saleyard a gentleman sold 400 pound calves for $1.60. Ran out of grass so went to town looks like it worked out well.
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    To bad there wasn't a cure for STUPID...............

    Brutal Gay Bashing Sparked By Suspected Butt Touch Documents Show August 15, 2006 - 1:00 pm ET (Santa Fe, New Mexico) The kidnapping and repeated beating of a gay Santa Fe man to "scare him straight" was sparked by the belief he had touched the behind of one of the accused assailants court...
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    Look what was found in the garbage.........

    Woman Suspected of Giving Birth to Baby Due in Court (08.15.06 - AP) — A woman who is suspected of giving birth to a baby whose body was found in the back of a pickup truck is expected back in court this morning. Christie Lee Cole is to be formally charged today. Arapahoe County sheriff's...
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    No Candy from floats

    Candy Restrictions For Parade Safety ALLIANCE - For the safety of all children, candy may not be thrown from Heritage Days parade floats, the Alliance Chamber of Commerce emphasized today. Candy can be given out by walkers. "This rule will be strictly enforced this year!" Chamber Director...
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    Questions for those of you at Ranchers

    I'm just curious what all of you think.
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    What about the border?

    Latest BSE Case Shows Canadian BSE Problem Worse Than First Thought Source: R-CALF USA BILLINGS, MONT. (July 6, 2006) The Canadian government confirmed another positive case of bovine spongiform encephalopathy (BSE) on July 4, 2006. Canada’s total reported BSE cases now number eight –...
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    Interesting

    Tongues are big business in the meat trade Reuters Fri Jul 7, 2006 By Bob Burgdorfer CHICAGO, July 7 (Reuters) - Beef tongues, a popular export item to Japan, tumbled from $5 a pound wholesale in the United States to about $1 when Tokyo banned all U.S. beef about two and a half years...
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    Do Pediatricians views count?

    National Pediatricians Group: Children Of Same-Sex Parents Harmed By Gay Marriage Bans by 365Gay.com Newscenter Staff July 5, 2006 - 5:00 pm ET (Washington) The nation's largest pediatricians group said Wednesday that children would benefit from the legalization of same-sex marriage. In a...
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    What about the families?

    Columbine Gunmen's Diaries to Be Released Thursday (07.06.06-AP) — Diaries kept by the Columbine High School gunmen and nearly a thousand pages of other documents seized from their homes and cars will be released Thursday. Authorities say the documents include messages that Eric Harris and...
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    The Missing

    First HMW and now it appears Jinglebob is missing too. Or am I just not around when they are posting? :???:
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    City issues in Nebraska

    New Poll – Should the City of North Platte limit where sex offenders can live? North Platte Bulletin Staff A number of Nebraska cities have passed ordinances limiting where convicted sex offenders can live. Should North Platte? Cast your vote at the bottom of this page. There are 72...
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    Back to the Beer

    Oglala Sioux Leaders Seek to Block Beer from Reservation Tuesday, June 27, 2006 SIOUX FALLS, S.D. — In a desperate effort to fight the ravages of alcoholism on the Pine Ridge Indian Reservation, leaders of the Oglala Sioux tribe are threatening to set up roadblocks Wednesday and stop members...
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    South Dakota Tribe news

    Female Sioux Tribal Leader Ousted For Proposing Reservation Abortion Clinic Saturday, July 01, 2006 PORCUPINE, S.D. — A Sioux tribe ousted its president for proposing an abortion clinic on the reservation, which would be beyond the reach of South Dakota's strict new abortion ban. By a 9-5...
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