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Hitler Store being Boycotted by Jews Local Jews in India are boycotting a particular store because of its name, ‘Hitler,’ according to RT.com. The store is in Ahmedabad and the owner says that the name is a “nickname given to one of the proprietors’ grandfathers.” ­“Hitler…>read more

1 Comment August 31, 2012

Apple Rejects App for Drone Strike Coverage According to a rejection letter from Apple, the Drones+ app has been rejected again from the App Store. The letter described the app as “objectionable and crude.” The app would send users notifications when a US drone makes a strike…>read more

No Comment August 31, 2012

Speech from Paul Ryan Described in Three Words Sally Cohn, from Fox News, put together an excellent piece analyzing the speech given by Paul Ryan at the Republican National Convention. She used three words to describe his speech; dazzling, deceiving and distracting. Ryan was able to come across…>read more

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George Zimmerman Wins Appeal for New Judge On Wednesday, an appeals court in Florida ruled that George Zimmerman can be granted a new judge for his murder case. Zimmerman shot unarmed Trayvon Martin in what he says was a case of self defense. The lawyer for Zimmerman…>read more

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USI Advisors Fined by Labor Department USI Advisors, from Connecticut, has been fined by the U.S. Department of Labor for a failure to disclose fees it was paid for 13 pension plans that it monitors. The fine is for $1.27 million and the firm agreed to…>read more

No Comment August 31, 2012

Resignation of Maldives President Ruled Legal It has been announced by a domestic inquiry commission in the Maldives that the resignation of President Mohamed Nasheed was legal. The commission also determined that Nasheed was not forced to resign at gunpoint, which he has claimed. The ruling…>read more

No Comment August 30, 2012

Lawsuit by Former Student Against Stanford Law School Dropped A lawsuit filed against Stanford Law School that claimed a professor blacklisted a student at law firms in San Francisco Bay Area has been dismissed by a California appeals court. The lawsuit was claiming retaliation and defamation against a law…>read more

No Comment August 30, 2012

Missouri Farmers Sickened by New Virus Called ‘Heartland’ The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has described a new disease carried by ticks as the Heartland virus. The virus has infected two farmers from Missouri, both of whom recovered, but had to be hospitalized. The symptoms the farmers…>read more

No Comment August 30, 2012

Essays from Richard Millet Blame Multiculturalism for Massacre in Norway French essayist Richard Millet has been under siege lately for a new piece of work that discusses the acts of Norwegian mass murderer Anders Behring Breivik. He describes them as “formal perfection … in their literary dimension.” The essay, “Éloge…>read more

No Comment August 30, 2012

LeAnn Rimes Enters Rehab for Stress According to People, LeAnn Rimes has decided to seek help for her emotional problems and has voluntarily entered rehab. Rep Marcel Pariseau sent the following statement to People: “LeAnn has voluntarily entered a 30 day in-patient treatment facility to cope…>read more

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