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Charged With a Crime? Better Check Your Facebook Pictures
Earlier this year, the realms of law and new media collided when Lori Drew was hit with federal charges for creating a fake MySpace page and harassing a neighboring teenager, who then committed suicid... read more
Computer illiterate doctor quits because of Obamacare, becomes hero to right
Kevin McCarthy, the person expected to succeed John Boehner as Speaker, has pulled out of the race. This opens the possibility that something may happen that has never happened before in the House ... read more
It's called SCHOOL. It's run by the SCHOOL PRINCIPAL. Prepare your children, that means conduct and appearance.
What if an African-American child had arrived at school wearing the same ... Would he be related to you? Let's hope more KPe'rs help share memories. Just found the Attleboro site. What a hoot! Graduat... read more
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Stories for May 2014
From concerts on the Town Green to sprinklers on the Town Green, from festivals and fireworks to book sales and live theatre, day camps to teen excursion camps ... and slave quarters are given at 2 p. ... read more
She is “in the condition to have babies”
Italy is experiencing its own version of the Terry Schiavo case. A woman, Eluana Englaro, was in a car crash 17 years ago that caused catastrophic brain damage — she’s been in a vegetative state ever ... read more
Abbott shouldn't complain about a carbon tax delay
Prices were never going to plummet in the absence of a carbon tax, so the longer its scrapping is delayed, the longer this reality is kept hidden, writes Mungo MacCallum. Prime Minister Tony Abbott an... read more
Is Everybody Working for the Weekend?
This is not a typical DKos post (at least, not for me), but this thread over at Kevin Drum's place got me thinking about a very simple question: Do you like your job? I would really love to hear peopl... read more
The National Day of Prayer Controversy: WWJT? (What Would Jesus Think?)
Then, after adding evidence from the Christian tradition and the Founders of the United States, Meacham concludes: There are many precedents for the National Day of Prayer, but serious believers, give... read more
Was the Presidential Election Stolen?
On June 2, Rolling Stone published a lengthy article by Robert J ... Secretary of State Kenneth Blackwell interpreted “random” to mean a sample of the county’s choosing. As American Statistical Associ... read more
Turnbull might have to ditch the double dissolution
Forgoing the double dissolution might sound unpalatable, but some of the increasingly possible alternatives - a hung parliament, no mandate, or even an election loss - are palpably less attractive, wr... read more
Happy balated birthday, ALICE GRILL.
Spit, you blow my mind. I know you e-mailed me and we found out we were close in age but a few years apart. I am Dan F's year, but man, you guys … teachers! 1st grade was Mrs. Frick at Willett. I stil... read more
Stories for May 2013
The Herndon Festival, Relay for Life and Springfield Days/Party in the Park are only a few of the events taking place in the summer of 2013. A community wide celebration returns Saturday and Sunday, J... read more