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Vol 42 Issue 24

Whaling Ban Nearly Killed

Led by strong opposition from Japan, the body that governs commercial whaling came close to overturning the 20-year-old ban on the practice. What do...

Gates To Leave Microsoft

Bill Gates announced that he will be giving up his duties in the day-to-day operations of Microsoft in 2008. What do you think?

National Meat Surplus

Pork profits are substantially lower than last year because of a massive meat surplus. What do you think?
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No Charges For Rove

Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald informed Karl Rove that he will not face charges over his role in the outing of a CIA agent Valerie Plame. What do you think?
  • "It's a shame. Rove had written a very moving, eloquent pardon for the president to sign."

    Jerome McNamara
    Brick Layer
  • "So, leaking a CIA agent's name is legal now? Ha, ha! Sucks to be you, Middle East counter-terrorism operative Marlon Taylor!"

    Kyle Modjeski
    Manicurist
  • "Finally, Karl Rove can get back to work. The White House Brita really needs a new filter, and the lawn hasn't been mowed in God knows how long."

    Alice Verne
    Video Store Clerk
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