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Begging for a change Please impeach President Obama. He is ruining our country! Please, please, please do this! Too many drunk drivers I'd like to challenge The Daily Review to write an article about all the drunk driving, because it seems like an epide (read more)

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Thursday is Thanksgiving, and this year I'm giving a belated "thank-you" to my mother for providing all those wonderful meals during the holiday. As most of you know, Thanksgiving is the time of turkey, mash potatoes, pumpkin pie, stuffing, and a number (read more)

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