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Tag: Huffington Post
  • YAL in HuffPo

    Check it out, check it out! Also, major congratulations to the UVA chapter for doing such a successful anti-TSA protest.  Can we get some other chapters doing the same thing?

  • Lawyer in Solitary Confinement for Questioning a Bureaucrat’s Motivations

    According to Victoria Fine, editor of the Huffington Post, her father was unjustly thrown into prison for putting forth an argument that an L.A. Superior Court judge could not give an impartial ruling because the judge received compensation from both the state and the county.  Apparently the payments were illegal under state law and unconstitutional …

  • Mel Watt’s Brigade

    There is a common saying that “nothing good is done in secret.” As President Kennedy stated, “The very word ‘secrecy’ is repugnant in a free and open society; and we are as a people inherently and historically opposed to secret societies, to secret oaths, and to secret proceedings.” As everyone knows, there are few institutions …

  • Is this even surprising anymore?

    Remember when the tobacco companies were funding their own “studies” done by “experts” that claimed that smoking was not carcinogenic. Well according to the Huffpost it appears the Fed might just be taking some strategies out of their playbooks: The Federal Reserve’s Board of Governors employs 220 PhD economists and a host of researchers and …

  • Opposing views on the Holocaust Museum shooting

    The recent events at the Holocaust Museum are horribly tragic.  Unfortunately, as always in politics, partisan hacks are trying to turn this event into an opportunity to enhance their own agenda.  For instance, Michael Rowe at the Huffington Post has proven all too well that he is absolutely submerged in partisan hackery.  He takes the …

  • An Interview with Ron Paul…

    …in the Huffington Post. The interview is interesting in that it focuses on a somewhat different set of questions than he is typically asked by more “conservative” media outlets. For example: Kathleen Wells: You feel President Obama is a neo-con like Bush? You don’t see a distinction between the two administrations? Congressman Ron Paul: The …