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After four decades of talking about the need for energy independence in America, leaders of a Thursday press conference in downtown Grand Forks said it’s time to break the country’s addiction to foreign oil.
“With America’s $1 billion per day addiction to oil and the disaster in the Gulf, it presents us with a clear choice,” said Jason Schaefer, North Dakota representative of the National Wildlife Federation.
“We can either keep delaying or we can finally take action to become energy independent,” he said.
By Ryan Johnson, Forum Communications Co.
, July 09, 2010
As more Americans, especially the unemployed, come to rely on government to take care of them, we risk losing our independence.
The Washington Times reports American reliance on government is at an all-time high. This is not our Founders’ America. We seem to have declined from a “can-do” spirit, to “can’t do” — at least without government — and soon, unless we change our ways, “won’t do.”
Cal Thomas, Tribune Media Services
, March 05, 2010
Joe Cox threw two touchdown passes, Caleb King added two rushing scores and Georgia beat Texas A&M 44-20 Monday in the Independence Bowl.
Cox hit Aron White on touchdown passes of 24 and 2 yards in the second half as the Bulldogs (8-5) pulled away for their fourth straight bowl win. It was the fourth straight postseason loss for the Aggies (6-7).
Georgia blocked two kicks, Brandon Boykin tied the Southeastern Conference record with his third kickoff return of the season and Cox threw his first touchdown pass after the snap sailed over the Texas A&M punter’s head in the third quarter.
For many Jamestown families, the past 12 months haven’t been easy.
Gas prices are high, the economy is weak and each day it seems, comes with more challenges. In addition, many fathers, sons, mothers and daughters were or continue to serve overseas.
July 03, 2008
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