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www.uscis.gov Free immigration forms? Need to change your address with US Immigration? Need to make an appointment? This is the place.

EOIR's Country Conditions Research page. Amazing. 

Board of Immigration Appeals  Techically, this is the webpage for the Executive Office for Immigration Review.

Offices of the Chief Counsel from around the world, sort of.

 
http://www.gpo.gov/fdsys/  The US Government Printing Office, your link to new legislation and the Federal Code of Regulations.

http://www.usembassy.gov/ US Consulates and US Embassies, 24/7. Guaranteed.

http://www.state.gov/ The webpage of the USA's own State Department. Nice search feature.

http://www.aila.org American Immigration Lawyers Association. These people love practicing immigration law.

http://www.thebbb.org  Better Business Bureau. Don't just fume about bad or deceptive business practices. Do something.

http://www.goveg.com/feat/agriprocessors/index.asp Peta TV.

http://www.all-creatures.org/cva/default.htm Be compassionate. Be compassionate in your diet. Be vegetarian. (Okay, I'm a semi-vegetarian, so I'm a hypocrite, but only for health reasons, and because eating fish (who grew up eating other fish, alive, for years and years,) doesn't seem to make me feel too guilty.)

http://www.audiodharma.org/ is a wonderful online source for free Dharma talks. Mostly 'original flavor' Buddhism, no appologies. I encourage all of my atheist, agnostic, and other brothers and sisters to listen in to see how the other half lives.

http://www.amazingfacts.org/Television/tabid/75/Default.aspx Doug Batchelor is one of my all time favorite TV pastors. Watch him promote the theology of Ellen G. White, the only Christianity for me.

I consider myself to be a born-again Christian, but it seems easier for me to talk about Jesus with nonChristians when I talk about my "imaginary friend," Jesus, who is always there for me. (By the way, did you know that if you are an "unbeliever," according to the Adventist church, when you die, you're just dead? Who'd have thought of that?)

NOT FOR NANCIES: Now that I've gotten all that touchy, feelie stuff out of the way, I should ask you, do you like the Second Amendment? Not just any Second Amendment, I'm talking about the Second Amendment to the United States Constitution. You like? Then you may like www.cheaperthandirt.com.

PRUDENT ZANINESS: And, finally, for those Christians and Buddhists out there who like to have their minds twisted in interesting and possibly pleasing ways, I would like to recommend http://reluctant-messenger.com/issa.htm .

I think I've fallen in love again. This time I've fallen in love with the idea of built in sharing in future urban living. See what I mean here: http://www.humantransit.org/2010/03/does-highdensity-life-have-a-bigger-ecological-footprint-and-why.html I just hope this link stays here forever. If I wasn't a born again Christian, I think I'd build a shrine around it, to keep it safe.

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“Men have less scruple in offending one who is beloved than one who is feared, for love is preserved by the link of obligation which, owing to the baseness of men, is broken at every opportunity for their advantage; but fear preserves you by a dread of punishment which never fails.” Machiavelli

This quote reminded me of the so-called “Stockholm Syndrome” that abused children experience when they live with the abusing parent, instead of living with the loving parent.

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Parental_alienation_syndrome

http://www.parentalalienation.org/articles/types-alienators.html