Monthly Archives: June 2017

The political party that is the “milder form of the Ku Klux Klan?”

The Independent reports that one former politician thinks very little of a heretofore obscure political party. “They wear orange sashes at this time of year and they go on parades, provocative parades, through Roman Catholic areas,” the one time Big … Continue reading

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BREAKING: Powerful cyberattack hits at least three nations

The Associated Press has the story. The number of companies and agencies reportedly affected by the ransomware campaign was piling up fast, and the electronic rampage appeared to be rapidly snowballing into a real-world world crisis. … There’s very little … Continue reading

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Does “no” not mean “no” in North Carolina?

A perspective from a college student (whom I know) that you’ll find eye opening. The United States of America already has a problem with rape victims/survivors not being believed. Since 1979, women’s rights in North Carolina in regards to sexual … Continue reading

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British prime minister May wants to throw “them” out

The Times examines why British prime minister Theresa May i talking tough about crime, and she might have a strong hand to play this time. Britain’s inability to expel convicted criminals from EU countries has long enraged ministers. Last year … Continue reading

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U. of Delaware, to adjunct who ripped Warmbier: Bye-bye

The Chronicle of Higher Education reports the University of Delaware has reached a decision about the status of an adjunct who criticized Otto Warmbier. Delaware had previously denounced the remarks by Katherine A. Dettwyler, an adjunct lecturer in anthropology. In … Continue reading

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He drove onto a basketball court. In a car. And left skid marks.

The Associated Press reports that a recent college graduate is in deep trouble because of something police say he did on the grounds of his alma mater. The suspect is a December 2016 university graduate. He was released Sunday night … Continue reading

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This week’s CFL winners will be…

Okay, CFL fans… time to vote

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