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I was appalled by the Islamophobia on parade at the first major Republican debate in New Hampshire on Monday night. Herman Cain, the Godfather's Pizza Mogul, made a spectacle of himself by denying that he ever said he wouldn't appoint a Muslim to his...
On Sept. 17, 224 years ago in Philadelphia, the founding fathers signed the Constitution and sent it on to the Continental Congress in what was to be the first step toward its ratification in June of 1788. The Chicago Tribune has a special reason for...
Fox59It has been 10 years since the war in Afghanistan started, and a Plainfield family thinks people are becoming desensitized. They posted a small sign of support in their yard for their son, who is in Afghanistan with the U.S. Army. They were asked to take...
The Hartford CourantDefense attorneys for Joshua Komisarjevsky say prosecutors should not be able to argue in their closing statements Tuesday morning theories that run counter to arguments they made in last year's trial of Steven Hayes, Komisarjevsky's co-defendant. A 13-...
Tags: Joshua Komisarjevsky, Crimes, Trials, Litigation, Punishment
Oscar-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss speaks to students in Jefferson Co., W.Va. about learning firstname.lastname@example.orgIn something of a reprise of his popular film, "Mr. Holland's Opus," Oscar-winning actor Richard Dreyfuss sat in high school auditoriums Friday and lectured seniors on the subject of civics and the need to learn it. "Only about 4 percent of the students...
There were four letters concerning the events of 9/11 in the opinion section of the Daily American on Sept. 9. Of the four, the most troubling one was the prophetic warning by Marilyn Sanner, “You may become a Muslim before you know it.” Even...
Tags: Executive Branch, Qur'an, Osama bin Laden, Bill Clinton, Islam
Associated PressNow the real debate over gay marriage in North Carolina begins. Residents should prepare for passionate and pricey campaigns over the definition of marriage in the next eight months, if previous ballot questions in other states and recent debate in North...
Tags: National Government, Marriage, Voting, Civil Rights, Government
Frederick W. Glassberg, a one-time Rouse Co. executive who became a prominent real estate and community developer in Howard County, died Sept. 15 at Gilchrist Hospice Care in Columbia of complications from Parkinson's disease. He was 77. A native of...
Tags: United Way , Realty, Real Estate, New York City, Clarksville
What appeared to have been a strained association — rife with abuse and violence — ended in Laurel on Sept. 14 in a murder-suicide that was witnessed by the young children of the murder victim. According to Laurel and Prince George's County...
All it took to give nearly two dozen labor leaders from Chicago a windfall worth millions was a few tweaks to a handful of sentences in the state's lengthy pension code. The changes became law with no public debate among state legislators and, more...
KWCH 12 Eyewitness NewsThree judges from the Kansas Court of Appeals came to the Wichita State University campus Wednesday. Chief Judge Richard Greene, Judge Henry Green and Senior Judge Edward Larson heard oral arguments in three cases. The appeals addressed U.S....
History is being made in Orange County, but it is the wrong kind of history, thanks to Orange County District Attorney Tony Rackauckas. The prosecution of 11 Muslim students for interrupting a speech by Israeli Ambassador Michael Oren at UC Irvine sends...
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