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Cristina Kirchner
historicaltextarchive.com

Is Argentina Ready for a Woman President?

We certainly hope so, because it has just elected one. Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner, who happens to be the current first lady, managed to pull in more than 40 percent of the vote. In fact, the runner-up (with 23 percent of the vote) is also a woman. Not bad for Gaucho country.

Posted on Oct 29, 2007 READ MORE


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Credibility Gap

Clothing companies and the consumers who buy their products tend to feign ignorance when it’s revealed that those products are a bargain because they were made by 10-year-old slaves. That’s certainly the case with Gap, which says it was unaware of the sweatshop in New Delhi, India, where children were recently found toiling under deplorable conditions to create clothes bearing the Gap Kids logo.

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Crowder
miamidolphinsbahamas.com

NFL Star Discovers That Londoners Speak English

Clearly doing little to raise America’s profile abroad, Miami Dolphins linebacker Channing Crowder said that, until his team was booked to play against the New York Giants at London’s Wembley Stadium, he didn’t know that people in England spoke English

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plumpynut
cbs.com

‘Plumpynut’ to the Rescue

The Doctors Without Borders relief organization has whipped up an ingenious (and, apparently, tasty) lifesaving food product called Plumpynut, a nutritionally enriched mixture of peanut butter, powdered milk and sugar, along with other simple ingredients—and it’s already working wonders on malnourished children around the world.

Posted on Oct 27, 2007 READ MORE


Sadiyah camp
AP photo / Wisam Sami

Front-Line View: Iraq Isn’t ‘Worth Another Soldier’s Life’

Here’s a good way we can all support our troops:  by listening to them when they tell us how the Iraq war is really going.  Take this account from Sgt. Victor Alarcon and others in his battalion, who in Saturday’s Washington Post give their frank, and stark, assessment of the situation in Baghdad’s Sadiyah district.

Posted on Oct 27, 2007 READ MORE


Missile Defense Test a Direct Hit

On Friday night, not long after Russian President Vladimir Putin invoked the historical specter of the Cuban missile crisis in reference to President Bush’s planned missile shield in Europe, the U.S. successfully carried out another missile defense test off the coast of Kauai. 

Posted on Oct 27, 2007 READ MORE


Umbert
umberttheunborn.com

Cartoon Fetus Speaks in ‘Womb With a View’

Picking up on the pro-life theme of “giving a voice to the unborn,” cartoonist Gary Cangemi made a lil’ creation of his own, “Umbert the Unborn,” otherwise known as “the world’s most loveable unborn baby (next to yours) ... ,” according to his Web site.

Posted on Oct 26, 2007 READ MORE


FEMA Apologizes for Make-Believe Press Conference

FEMA has admitted that it was probably a mistake to hold a press conference without members of the press. On Tuesday the agency, perhaps trying to get a jump on the kind of negative publicity it received after Hurricane Katrina, stuffed a press briefing with its own employees, who lobbed softballs such as “Are you happy with FEMA’s response so far?”

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Genarlow Wilson
cnn.com

Court Voids 10-Year Sentence in Teen Sex Case

In a 4-3 decision, Georgia’s Supreme Court ordered the release of 21-year-old Genarlow Wilson, whose case drew national attention after he was sentenced to 10 years for engaging in oral sex with a consenting 15-year-old girl when he was a 17-year-old high school student.

Posted on Oct 26, 2007 READ MORE


Colbert at White House
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Colbert’s Poll Numbers on the Rise

Look out, Hillary Clinton—Stephen Colbert might soon be hot on your heels.  As it happens, Republican presidential hopefuls Rudy Giuliani and Fred Thompson also have cause for concern, according to a new Rasmussen Report national survey.  Oh, and about those reports that Colbert’s candidacy may violate campaign election laws?  Comedy Central’s on the case.

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