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0 Comments · Wednesday, May 14, 2014
It’s taken almost a month for the story of hundreds of kidnapped Nigerian school girls to gain a foothold in the American news media.   

The Union

1 Comment · Wednesday, January 29, 2014
Just because Hillary Clinton is stalling her official announcement while her supporters scurry about amassing her campaign war chest does not mean the rest of us cannot see what is coming.   

In Defense of Julian Assange and WikiLeaks

2 Comments · Wednesday, December 1, 2010
WikiLeaks recently obtained more than 251,000 secret diplomatic messages from U.S. embassies worldwide. In what's been dubbed "the Sept. 11 of world diplomacy," the latest leaked documents show the candid, private and unflattering assessments of world leaders by U.S. officials and the pressure tactics they use behind-the-scenes to achieve their goals. Tea Party queen Sarah Palin says WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange should be "pursued with the same urgency we pursue Al-Qaeda and Taliban leaders" and detained or assassinated.  

Jan. 20-26: Worst Week Ever!

0 Comments · Wednesday, January 27, 2010
It's bad enough to get a text message from your girlfriend when you know she's driving a car, but when your dad hits you with an ROFL while he's on the road driving a big rig, you know several things are wrong (ROFL). That's why the U.S. government today formally banned truckers and bus drivers from texting while behind the wheel.  

Another Seven Days of New Religions and Old Senators

0 Comments · Wednesday, April 29, 2009
Everyone knows what it's like to mess up a job interview by saying something stupid right at the end (you apparently are supposed to ask the interviewer questions about the position but not whether someone is going to watch you pee during the drug test). Miss California Carrie Prejean made a similar mistake during the Miss America pageant over the weekend.  

2008 Presidential Race

Results, analysis and background from the Ohio primary through to the November general election

0 Comments · Friday, October 31, 2008
Read up on CityBeat's coverage of the presidential campaigns from throughout 2008, starting before the Ohio primary up through this week's election endorsements. Plus coverage from other alt weekly papers on the Democratic and Republican conventions.  

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