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Question: What do the following headlines all have in common?

> Arizona Sheriff: 'Our Own Government Has Become Our Enemy'

> Obesity Rating for Every American Must Be Included in Stimulus-Mandated Electronic Health Records, Says HHS

> White House Backs Bill to Collect Employee Pay Information from Businesses

> Obama's Electronic Health Records Czar: HIV Status and Abortions Need Not be Included

> Pelosi to Aspiring Musicians: Quit Your Job, Taxpayers Will Cover Your Health Care

> Obama Won't Speak In-Person at Boy Scouts' 100th Anniversary Celebration But Will Appear on ABC TV's 'The View'

> Acting U.S. Solicitor General Represented Osama Bin Laden's Driver; Denied That Battle Against Terrorism Is A War

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- Clay Waters, Times Watch