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Answered: History Repeats Itself. Or does it?

Atheists do not ask us not to believe in God. They demand that we absolutely abandon all that He asked us to do. He asked us to be charitable, kind to one another, and fair in our dealings. Atheists make all their dirty money on vice and that dear friends is intolerable. Would you want your ...
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Hi Gene: For assistance, please refer to the help article below. Clear History (cache, cookies, footprints, etc.)

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Get CCleaner, a free download, and let it take care of this for you. You do mean delete, don't you?

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The City of Philadelphia has an Office of Property Assessment.

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Answered: At a time when the word transparency has become so ...

Go to wikipedia.org and enter Democracy Now in the search box...This will give you a history of the org. and tell you about the funding. I think this is a great group and what they are doing is really letting people know how much of a "Democracy" we really have these days. Best wishes,Matt
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