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Broadcast blowhard Keith Olbermann’s countdown has finally come to an end

January 22, 2011


Broadcast blowhard Keith Olbermann’s countdown has finally come to an end. The liberal lip of MSNBC was unceremoniously dumped by the peacock network last night in a major shakeup that set tongues wagging across the broadcast world. Olbermann, in the middle of a four-year $30 million contract reportedly set to last until 2012, announced that […]

UFC Fighter Jacob Volkmann Calls Out President Barack Obama, Gets A Visit From the Secret Service

January 6, 2011


UFC lightweight Jacob Volkmann, following his UFC 125 win over Antonio McKee, declared that he wanted to fight President Barack Obama for his next fight.His words got him a visit from the Secret Service on Tuesday. via UFC Fighter Jacob Volkmann Calls Out President Barack Obama, Gets A Visit From the Secret Service – UFC […]

ACLU Warns Schools to Say Holiday Parties vs Christmas

December 9, 2010


School superintendents across the state were reminded by the ACLU this week that holiday celebrations focusing primarily on one religious holiday amount to an unconstitutional endorsement of  religion. The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) letter, addressed to 137 public shool leaders across the state, stated that it was responding to a number of complaints from families […]

Three of four service chiefs oppose prompt DADT repeal

December 4, 2010


The chiefs of the Army, Marine Corps and Air Force do not support a repeal of the military’s “don’t ask, don’t tell” law, telling lawmakers Friday that such a move could add unnecessary stress to the force. “The potential for damage is there,” said Gen. James Amos, commandant of the Marine Corps. “A repeal would […]

Chase orders bank to remove Christmas tree .. offends customers

December 3, 2010


Chase Bank told a businessman to remove the Christmas tree he donated to a local branch because it could offend people. Antonio Morales, owner of Bellagio Day Spa in Southlake, had assembled and decorated a 9-foot-tall tree in the lobby of the Chase Bank branch at 1700 E. Southlake Boulevard as a favor to the […]

Army, Marine chiefs cast doubt on gay service

December 3, 2010


The top uniformed officers of the Army and the Marines say letting gays serve openly in the military at a time of war would be divisive and difficult, sharply challenging a new Pentagon study that calculates the risk as low. Their assessment, expected Friday at a Senate hearing, was likely to become political ammunition for […]

What the Don’t Ask Don’t Tell report really says

December 2, 2010


Press coverage of the new Pentagon Don’t Ask Don’t Tell report suggests that large majorities of U.S. servicemen and women wouldn’t mind the repeal of the military’s current policy on gays. Don’t believe it. What the report actually shows is that the military is deeply divided over the policy, both between the service branches and […]