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Yet another part of this sick american family show.
3 Oct 2006
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A funny,weird looking donkey singing at the audition for the next american doneky idol.
21 Sep 2006
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American Dragster - the First Drag Racing Reality show on TV has completed it's first season.
9 Oct 2006
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The greatest american hero is at it again saving people from buses and taking bullets to the chest. What stunt will he pull next?
5 Oct 2006
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Isn't Democracy defined by fair Elections, the Rule of law, and the protection of Minorities? Elections are not fair since some minorities are forced at the gunpoint to vote. Rule of law is not for the high up, since no body in the high up been put in jails in 60 years of Corrupt India. Minorities (Christians, Muslims, Sikhs and Dalits) are not safe. Just for the information of Americans: Indian President, Indian Upper House Members(Senators), Indian States Governors are NOT ELECTED, but APPOINTED. Any States legislatures can be dismissed (fired) and ruled directly by the Federal Government. Do you know that the present famous Prime Minister (Manmohan Singh) was never elected, but was appointed by Congress party chief.
17 Dec 2006
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I pretended i wanted to be a contastant on American Idol and this is what happened
11 Dec 2006
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I'd give American football a chance if this happened more often.
26 Nov 2006
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Tisa is a local land, business & ocean owner located on Tutuila, American Samoa. She's a strong advocate for the preservation of her local marine life. Tisa runs a business called "Tisa's Barefoot Bar" where you can experience a local island style luau with Tisa & her family that help her run the business.
30 Nov 2006
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Here is a music video/montage I did on the song American Pie by Don McLean. It was for a US History project. 95% of the images correlate to the current lyric. So, look for some deep meanings in the lyrics. Enjoy :)
4 Dec 2006
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Black American Political Association of California adds Senator Dianne Feinstein, Bill Duke, Ron Burkle, Lydia Kennard and Bishop Daniel Williams to its Hall of Fame Los Angeles, California November 15, 2006 /PRNewswire/ -- On October 7, 2006, at the 28th Annual BAPAC State Convention, the Black American Political Association added 5 members to its Political and Religious Hall of Fame, Senator Dianne Feinstein, Bill Duke, Ron Burkle, Lydia Kennard and Bishop Daniel Williams. Founded in 1979, BAPAC is committed to the active participation of African Americans in the political process. It has long been a force in creating change for African Americans and preparing leaders to seek elected office. In its 28th year, BAPAC now has 55 chapters and over 60,000 members. The event, held at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel, was a who's who of California politics, showing the depth and reach of the organization. Joining Senator Feinstein in support of BAPAC were such noted guests as Reverend Jesse L. Jackson, Supervisor Yvonne Brathwaite Burke, Senator Nell Soto, Councilwoman Jan Perry, Congresswoman Diane Watson, Mayor Roosevelt Dorn, State Board of Equalization Member John Chiang and Lt. Governor Cruz Bustamante. President Clinton congratulated the honorees via video message. "BAPAC continues to lead the fight for unity, brotherhood and equal justice for all. We are pleased with the results of the Annual Conference; however we have to continue our efforts to build and strengthen our communities," said BAPAC President, Percy Pinkney.
6 Dec 2006
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This 40 year old woman has a higher voice than a 5 yr old kid. She is auditioning for American Idol and she reckons she is adorable. You Decide..... :)
8 Dec 2006
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CONGRESS APPROVES LAW TO GIVE MANY HOMEBUYERS TAX DEDUCTION ON PREMIUMS FOR MORTGAGE INSURANCE A new tax deduction will soon make buying homes more affordable by allowing many American homebuyers to write-off premiums for private and government mortgage insurance. Congress has just passed a new tax deduction that allows qualified homebuyers to deduct mortgage insurance premiums from their federal taxes. This deduction is designed to help low- and moderate-income families, who must have a household income of $100,000 or less in order to qualify for the full tax deduction. Families with incomes of more than $100,000 and up to $110,000 will be eligible for a reduced deduction. The new tax deduction will be for qualified loans with mortgage insurance that close in 2007. Homeownership tends to stabilize communities and give people more of a stake in the local and national economy. This new tax deduction encourages that trend, and helps people who want a piece of the American dream get there a little faster. As Congress looks for ways to help the housing market, private mortgage insurance deductibility should help a wide range of home buyers with incomes of $100,000 or less, including minority groups for whom homeownership rates are lagging. Many first time buyers cannot afford to put 20% down, and a loan with private mortgage insurance enables them to own a house for the first time. For more information, please visit: www.privatemi****
12 Dec 2006
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North American Union
24 Dec 2006
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American BadAss 2007, A tribute to the fighters of the UFC
27 Dec 2006
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Emmy-award winning talk show host Ellen DeGeneres is reminding Americans about the little things they can do to make a big difference in their communities. DeGeneres, a New Orleans native, has passionately contributed to restoration efforts since Hurricane Katrina, raising nearly 10 million dollars in relief funds through her talk show. Now, DeGeneres is partnering with Tide Coldwater to reinvigorate one of the city's most cherished holiday traditions – the lighting of Jackson Square. In the past, the park boasted picturesque holiday lights displays that were enjoyed by New Orleans families throughout the winter season. However, due to the destruction of Katrina, the lights have since dimmed…until now. Over the next four weeks, consumers are invited to pledge to do a load of laundry in cold water. This act will save enough energy to light twenty 100-watt bulbs for one hour. The goal is to have 100,000 people make this pledge. It will save enough energy to provide a beautiful energy-efficient holiday lights display for the people of New Orleans. For more information, log onto TideColdwater****. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Produced for Tide ColdWater
3 Jan 2007
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Saturn Aura and Chevrolet Silverado are recognized as the most outstanding vehicles for 2007. The 2007 North American Car and Truck of the Year awards were handed out at the North American International Auto Show in Detroit on Sunday, Jan. 7 2007 at 9:30 a.m
9 Jan 2007
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