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Mariah Schiaretti, editor

Is Congressman Abercrombie on the wrong side of history?

I imagine life is quite good for Congressman Neil Abercrombie these days. His approval ratings are high, and his re-election to Congress this fall was easy. All the more reason to bring up a particular issue, one that he himself has not exactly gone to great lengths to publicize to the general voting public, his support of an illegal occupation in Africa.
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Congressman Neil Abercrombie

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International and U.S. convenants

Stimson Doctrine: A policy of the United States government that denies recognition of international territorial changes effected by force. The doctrine was developed in response to Japan’s unilateral annexation of Manchuria in China in 1931, and was also applied to the Soviet occupation of the three Baltic republics in 1940.
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Eat more meat! FDA says cloned animals OK

Dear EarthTalk: What’s the story with animal cloning? Is the meat industry really cloning animals now to “beef up” production?-- Frank DeFazio, Sudbury, MA .
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Supreme disappointments in U.S. society

No matter who wins the presidency—and with it, the power to appoint Supreme Court justices—America’s judiciary will remain locked into a crucial error that corrupts their interpretation of America’s bedrock constitutional principle: individual rights. That error consists in regarding rights as gifts from society, with judges as diviners of the so-called social will.
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