Tags: bill of rights, Caribbean, Cayman Islands, constitution
Cayman Islands Fight Over Bill of Rights: “A public war of words is under way between the Cayman Islands Human Rights Committee and the government over the proposed bill of rights in the islands’ draft constitution.”
In the meantime, what happened to our bill of rights, and will we have any rights left after the Obama administration?
Tags: celebrities, environment
Green Celebs Aren’t So Green At Home: “THEY may shout their green credentials from the rooftops, but some of Britain’s most prominent environmental champions are living in homes that produce up to half a ton of excess carbon dioxide a year.”
Could it be because they are living in palatial mansions?
Tags: government, Illinois
Burris Backtracks: “Sunday afternoon, Roland Burris told a roomful of Chicago reporters that his plainly inconsistent sworn statements about his dealings with cronies of a now-defrocked governor aren’t…inconsistent.“
Tags: censorship, Internet
Government Wants to Censor Internet: “We’re at very early stages on this, but the chairman has made it clear that oversight of the Internet is one of his top priorities.“
Tags: economy, stimulus
Long Term Consequences of the Stimulus: “Where will this money come from?”
Tags: Islam, UK
Dutch MP Kept From Entering UK: “Freedom Party MP Geert Wilders had been invited to show his controversial film – which links the Islamic holy book to terrorism – in the UK’s House of Lords”
Tags: divorce, Islam, marriage, New York
Muslim Arrested For Beheading Wife: It happened in Upstate New York.
Tags: bankruptcy, tycoons, wealthy
Trump to File Bankruptcy Again: “Trump Entertainment Resorts Inc, Donald Trump’s casino group, is expected to file Tuesday for bankruptcy…“
Tags: Bill Clinton, economy
Too Late, Bill: “I think that the only thing that our administration did or didn’t do that we should have done is to try to set in motion some more formal regulation of the derivatives market.”
Tags: economy, homeless, unemployment
White Collar Homeless Rising: “Unfortunately this family is representative of the new face of homelessness in our community. The college educated family forced to leave their rental home and bounce around from motel to motel with no money for food to feed their children.”
Tags: FDA, health, law, vitamins
FDA Bans Type of Vitamin B6: “The FDA has effectively banned a naturally-occurring form of vitamin B6 called pyridoxamine by declaring it to be a drug…”
Tags: Christians, college, free speech, persecution, Prop 8
Anti-Prop 8 Professor Insults Christian Student: “When [Lopez later] complained about what was an obvious act of censorship, he was threatened with expulsion by that same professor.”
Tags: Internet, privacy
Internet Privacy Policies Inadequate: “The Federal Trade Commission had some sharp words for Internet companies Thursday, saying that they are not explaining to their users clearly enough what information they collect about them and how they use it for advertising.“
Tags: Hollywood, success
Inspirational Essay of the Day: “The willingness to do a good job for an entire lifetime and never get any credit is the foundation of success.”
Tags: Obama, politics
Get It Straight, People: President, not savior.
Next, we will teaching Obama mythology in class 100–I mean 10 years from now.
Tags: bailout, economy, stimulus
Porn Industry Wants Some of That: “Nobody could imagine that pornographers would be brazen enough to line up at the government trough.”
Tags: bailout, economy, politics, stimulus
Nobody’s Listening, Geithner: “Secretary Geithner’s speech yesterday unveiling the plan is being met with universal distain…“
Tags: Americans, politics, US
Fair Weather Americans: “This collection of sunshine patriots have launched their website, proclaiming themselves “Born Again Americans.”
So if their candidate loses, do they become “backslidden Americans?” “Apostate Americans?”
Tags: Christianity, legislation, prayer, states
Many Want to Pray In Jesus’ Name: “Thousands of petition signatures are being delivered to Virginia Gov. Tim Kaine from citizens asking him to support legislation that would provide state patrol chaplains the right to pray as their conscience dictates.“
Tags: economy, food, retail
Starbucks Offers Breakfast Deal, Finally: I wonder why they didn’t think of this before? I always went there for the food, and not the coffee. Pretty decent breakfast sandwiches.
Tags: ebooks, kindle, technology
Fujitsu E-Reader Is Better Than Kindle: At least, according to Fast Company.
Tags: business, Twitter
Twitter to Begin Charging Companies: “Twitter is planning to charge brands for using the micro-blogging website.”
Tags: business, economic meltdown, economy, fraud
Corporate Fraud Running Rampant: “Pistole says there are 530 active corporate fraud investigations, and 38 of them involve corporate fraud and financial institution matters directly related to the economic crisis.”
Tags: celebrities, liberals, radio
Oprah and Howard Stern Lost Their Radio Home: Sirius XM Satellite Radio is filing for bankruptcy.
Tags: cholesterol, eggs, food, health, nutrition
Eggs Have No Effect on Cholesterol: “Limiting egg consumption has little effect on cholesterol levels, research has confirmed.”
Why did they wait until now to tell us this? At least it makes me feel better about those omelets I consumed in the past… yum!