Following up on a past discussion on the show, some symbols like the swastika and certain words shouldn't try to be revived.Read more »
Richard Mourdock has defeated longtime Sen. Richard G. Lugar of Indiana in the Republican primary, according to an Associated Press projection, ending the career of one of the Senate’s most pragmatic politicians and casting a cloud over GOP efforts to win control of the chamber. Mourdock, state treasurer in Indiana, campaigned as a conservative alternative to Lugar. He became a darling of the tea party movement after he began a legal challenge to the terms of the Obama administration’s bailout of Chrysler. Mourdock was endorsed by Sarah Palin and Rep.Read more »
Two brothers from Cuba have been arrested in the $80-million heist of pharmaceutical drugs from a Connecticut warehouse, solving what was one of the largest -- and most daring -- such robberies in U.S. history, officials said Thursday. An errant water bottle played a role in identifying the suspects, officials said.Read more »
"Every 14 days a language dies. This six-part series follows the indigenous people fighting to preserve endangered languages and the cultures at risk of dying with them." Related to the discussion about missionaries and indigenous peoples on the 2012-04-25 episode.Read more »
Cooome oooonn Orwell's 1984, daddy needs a new pair of shoes...Read more »
when talking about " superbowl" you guys could address the scandalous practice of hiring volunteers to work without accident coverage and made to sign a waiver not to suit if it results in on the job injury! it's okay to work for free OK but to ad insult to injury - if someone is hurt, well tough luck!
it's disgusting to say the least when such profits are being made..
Senate Bill Will Force Radiation Testing Of TSA Scanners
Lawmaker to introduce legislation to require independent radiation tests of X-ray scannersRead more »
I listen to the podcast with Mark; Ian, Julia, Stephanie & Co from Europe & LUV it! And I think we should have a fund drive raise money to send Julia to Europe or India or even Santa Cruz, California! because she desperately needs to interact with people (dredlocks, gypsies, Africans, punks, trannies, etc) and not be intimidated while shopping in small places surrounded by other human "beans", I think she's only been shopping at America's supersized Costcos or Walmarts. Trust me, as an Calif expat - get out into the world! Thanx!Read more »
Conservatives Side With Pepper-Spraying ThugsRead more »
Some Occupy Boston protesters packing, in wake of midnight deadline by Mayor Menino
Some Occupy Boston protesters began packing up their belongings today, in the wake of Boston Mayor Thomas M. Menino issuing a midnight deadline for them to leave their Dewey Square encampment.
Protester William Krause, 40, of South Boston, was stuffing two garbage bags with his belongings this afternoon. He said he wasn’t going to stay to be arrested.Read more »
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