Canada Backtracks and Lets Pro-Hamas Galloway in Country

Former British MP and pro-Hamas enthusiast George Galloway has been allowed entry to Canada and began a speaking tour across the country on Tuesday. The controversial Galloway was  declared a security risk and was barred from entering Canada in 2009 for a speaking tour that was organized by the Toronto Coalition to Stop the War. Galloway […]




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Act Like A Man At The Right Times

wowzers says: wow, so i guess feminism really isn’t about helping both men and women deconstruct gender roles. if men are expected to ‘man up’ in these situations, then Sara Stephenson must want women to ‘women up’ in the situations involving child rearing (instead of choosing to work), cooking and house upkeep, and being secondary […]




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Get a Windows 7 Family Pack for $119.99 shipped

Upgrade three of your family’s PCs on the cheap with the Windows 7 Family Pack. (Credit: Microsoft) Haven’t yet upgraded your home PCs to Windows 7? I can understand why: a single upgrade license retails for $119.99, which I find exorbitant for an operating system–even one as solid as Windows 7. As you may recall, […]




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Landau: US Demanding Much More Than 3-Month Freeze

Contrary to reports in the media that portray the U.S. as giving Israel a “package” of “benefits” for another three months of building freeze in Judea and Samaria, Washington is actually demanding a lot more for its largesse – far more than Israel can safely agree to, said Infrastructures Minister Uzi Landau. Landau, along with […]




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Journalists Charged in Iran in ‘Death by Stoning’ Controversy

Two German journalists have been formally charged with spying against Iran. The female journalists were arrested after questioning relatives of an Iranian woman who has been sentenced to death by stoning in a case that led to international criticism of Iran’s justice system. Sakineh Mohammadi Ashtiani, 43, is on death row for alleged adultery and […]




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Russia to Give Sell Lebanon Tanks, Helicopters

Lebanese Prime Minister Saad Hariri confirmed Tuesday that Russia has agreed to supply the Lebanese army with advanced weapons. The new weaponry will include 31 tanks, 130 mm caliber cannon shells, six attack helicopters and various munitions. The new helicopters are expected to significantly boost Lebanon’s air force, which currently has around 30 helicopters, all […]




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American Jewish History Celebrated in the City of Brotherly Love

More than 1,000 people from all over the world gathered on Sunday to attend the spectacular dedication and grand opening of a “first of its kind” museum on Independence Mall in Philadelphia. Originally founded in 1976, The National Museum of American Jewish History shared a building with the historic Congregation Mikveh Israel but now is […]




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Clintons Freeze Melting under Likud and PA Pressures

The new building freeze plan ironed out by U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton last week is beginning to melt. Knesset Members in Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu’s own Likud party are trying to convince more than 50 percent of the party’s legislators to sign a petition rejecting the idea. However, they so far are trying […]




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Bank of America making changes in foreclosure

WASHINGTON (AP) — Bank of America is telling a Senate panel it is making changes in its foreclosure process after an extensive review found areas needing improvement. The bank is one of several big mortgage lenders that recently suspended foreclosures temporarily because of concern over flawed documents. Bank of America found in its review that […]




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Probiotic Helps Children’s Stomach Pain

Probiotic Helps Children’s Stomach Pain Nov. 16, 2010 — A common probiotic may help ease tummy troubles for children with chronic stomach pain caused by irritable bowel syndrome (IBS). A new study shows the probiotic Lactobacillusrhamnosus strain GG, commonly known as lactobacillus GG or LGG, significantly reduced the severity and frequency of bouts of abdominal […]




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