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Aereo Is Poised to Upset the Television Industry

Aereo Is Poised to Upset the Television Industry

A small internet company called Aereo is poised to upset the television industry. By using thousands of tiny antennas, the company captures public signals and converts them into online video streams. At stake is $3.3 billion in network fees that are expected to double over the next five years. The Supreme Court is scheduled to […]

Phil Ivey Accused of Cheating: Casino Suing

Phil Ivey Accused of Cheating: Casino Suing

The Borgata Hotel and Casino has alleged that Phil Ivey exploited a line of cards that have a defect to increase his chances of winning. The claim is he used a technique called “edge sorting” to gain an edge. By identifying the defective cards and memorizing them, Ivey would be able to tilt the advantage […]

Marijuana Legalized for Recreational Use: Let That Thought Go up in Smoke

Marijuana Legalized for Recreational Use: Let That Thought Go up in Smoke

It is bad enough people petitioned their local governing representatives to legalize marijuana for medicinal purposes, but now it seems that they want to have it legalized for recreational purposes. Let that thought go up in smoke! A couple of days ago, WXOW T.V. Out of La Crosse, Wisconsin, had a short news blurb in which they […]

Same Sex Marriage the American Conversation

Same Sex Marriage the American Conversation

The Supreme Court announced today that two Same Sex Marriage cases have been added to their docket. With this announcement, the court positions itself to once again join the conversation on Gay Marriage. The two cases which will be heard, one from California and the other from New York are expected to have decisions by […]

Death Penalty Scales of Justice or Murder?

Death Penalty Scales of Justice or Murder?

It seems that there has always been controversy over whether the death penalty is still needed or if its usefulness is outdated. One thing is for certain, no one really wins in the end. For the family whose son, daughter, mother, father, wife, husband, etc. was cruelly taken out of this world before their time, […]

Mississippi Religious Celebrate Victory

Mississippi Religious Celebrate Victory

Anti-gay activists in Mississippi are celebrating victory over gay activists. A new law, known as the “religious freedom” law, has been passed in the state. This law allows people in the state to discriminate against people they identify as homosexual, or sexually deviant. These attitudes toward gay culture in America bring to mind the atrocities […]

Upskirt Laws: Massachusetts Rushes Into Action

Upskirt Laws: Massachusetts Rushes Into Action

Upskirt laws in America are not as strong as one would believe them to be. Massachusetts legislators rushed into action when they learned their up skirt laws were allowing women to be violated and the violators were protected. In 2010 Michael Robertson was arrested for taking photos of a woman on public transit without her […]

Pink Slime Lawsuit Against ABC News Will Be Upheld

Pink Slime Lawsuit Against ABC News Will Be Upheld

A controversial assertion that was made by a U.S. television network in which a common meat product was only “pink slime” will be tested in a court of law after a judge decided to approve a legal action against the claim and the lawsuit will be upheld. Beef Products, Inc. stated that the depiction of what […]

Parents of Justina Pelletier to Appeal Judge’s DCF Custody Decision

Parents of Justina Pelletier to Appeal Judge’s DCF Custody Decision

Liberty Counsel is to follow every possible legal process to return Justina Pelletier to her parents in Connecticut so she can get medical care, access to a priest, and an education. This follows a court order late yesterday granting the Massachusetts Department of Children and Families (DCF) continued custody of the desperately ill teenager until […]

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