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  • While the remains of Jim Hall were discovered on a dozen mountain-sides by greedy claimants for blood-money.

    The Sleeping Wolf

  • Apparently the wealthy in this country and their bought-and-paid-for politicians have decided that preserving their blood-money profits is more important than health care for the average citizen.

    Top Dem aide: 'Significant policy issues' could still derail deal

  • I'm afraid there was no lack of degenerates eager to earn the blood-money.

    Isabelle

  • Understanding Australian bookstore chain's blood-money demands

    Boing Boing

  • Either the health industry executives are engaging in massive denial, or more likely they hope to escape with their blood-money and leave the successors to face the fateful consequences.

    Of Freedom of Speech, Gov’t Gag Orders and ABC News - Dan_Perrin’s blog - RedState

  • Google has responded with an unequivocal no -- a flat refusal to pay blood-money to carriers to keep them from discriminating against its services.

    Boing Boing

  • Furthermore, the blood-money unemployment and tuition checks bought through his gutless subterfuge by House and Senate Democrats will be pissed away in no time on higher gas prices spent by workers on desperate job searches, or on long commutes to distant jobs or commutes if they are lucky enough to find them.

    More Blood Money from Our Democratic Congress and Democratic Presidential Candidate

  • The licensing system exhorts you to snitch on people who publish without paying the blood-money, offering up to $1 million in reward money they also think that "fair use" -- the right to copy without permission -- means "Contact the owner of the work to be sure you are covered under fair use."

    Archive 2008-06-15

  • And these Northern merchants and manufacturers, these lenders of blood-money, were willing to continue to be the accomplices of the slave-holders in the future, for the same pecuniary considerations.

    Let's take a closer look at Ron Paul.

  • And now these lenders of blood-money demand their pay; and the government, so called, becomes their tool, their servile, slavish, villanous tool, to extort it from the labor of the enslaved people both of the North and South.

    Let's take a closer look at Ron Paul.

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