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  • In Pictures: Upcoming Technologies We Want Right Now

    09/24/2010 8:34:16 AM PDT · by Future Snake Eater · 27 replies
    Tom's Hardware ^ | 24SEPT10 | Kevin Parrish
    Technology is in a constant state of flux, and there are a number of cool concepts that haven't yet realized mainstream adoption, despite massive potential to change our lives. We take a look at 11 different ideas that you could see pick up steam.
  • Castro interview upcoming on Cuban TV

    06/04/2007 6:25:54 PM PDT · by NormsRevenge · 2 replies · 198+ views
    AP on Yahoo ^ | 6/4/07 | Anita Snow - ap
    HAVANA - The latest video clip of Fidel Castro was shown Monday on state television to promote an interview of the convalescing leader to air Tuesday, his first formal interview since taking ill 10 months ago. The brief clip aired Monday showed Castro and the host of the nightly "Round Table" TV program, Randy Alonso, sitting across from each other in rattan chairs in an interview evidently conducted over the weekend around the same time Castro met the visiting Vietnamese Communist Party chief. Alonso said his interview with 80-year-old Cuban leader would be shown the following night on the same...
  • Upcoming Supreme Court Case 'Huge' for Abortion Rights, Law Professor Says (NH's Ayotte v. PP)

    11/30/2005 2:45:28 AM PST · by Libloather · 18 replies · 1,141+ views
    Duke News ^ | 11/28/05
    News Tip: Upcoming Supreme Court Case 'Huge' for Abortion Rights, Law Professor Says “The question in this case isn’t whether Roe v. Wade is going to be overturned, but whether it is going to be severely undermined,’’ says Neil Siegel Monday, November 28, 2005 Durham, N.C. -- On Nov. 30, the U.S. Supreme Court will consider a challenge to a New Hampshire law that could significantly affect abortion rights, a Duke University law professor says. In Ayotte v. Planned Parenthood of Northern New England, the Court will consider, among other things, how courts should analyze abortion restrictions and whether a...
  • Paratroopers Ready City for Upcoming Election

    09/16/2005 5:37:56 PM PDT · by SandRat · 3 replies · 227+ views
    Defend America News ^ | Sep 16, 2005 | Army Pfc. James Wilt
    TALL AFAR, Iraq, Sept. 16, 2005 — Approximately 700 paratroopers from the 2nd Battalion, 325th Airborne Infantry Regiment, 82nd Airborne Division, arrived here Sunday and immediately began combat operation in the evacuated city. The paratroopers, working with the 3rd Armored Calvary Regiment, are attempting to bring the troubled city under control before the upcoming constitutional referendum in October and the national elections in December. Over the past several days, the unit has been conducting patrols and searching homes in the nearly deserted city, as well as questioning the few local residents who failed to leave. The city was emptied of...
  • Libertarian Party to cosponsor upcoming conservative conference

    02/11/2005 10:51:07 AM PST · by freepatriot32 · 41 replies · 736+ views
    www.lp.org ^ | 2 11 05 | J. Daniel Cloud
    This year, the Libertarian Party is -- for the first time -- taking part in the Conservative Political Action Committee (CPAC) annual conference as a co-sponsor. The conference will be held February 17-19 at the Ronald Reagan Building in downtown Washington, DC. A disparate group of organizations will sponsor the event, including the Objectivist Center, Americans for Tax Reform, the National Rifle Association, Regent University, National Taxpayers Union, the ACLU, Heritage Foundation, Bureaucrash, Log Cabin Republicans, Drug Policy Alliance, the College Republican National Committee and a host of others. "A prime example of the variety of opinions in CPAC sponsors...
  • Lebanon Loses Again

    09/05/2004 11:58:14 AM PDT · by forty_years · 543+ views
    www.netwmd.com ^ | September 5, 2004
    Ah, the travails of a tiny country caught at the crossroads of greater powers. Sound familiar? Lithuania? Armenia? Israel? There have been so many holocausts that we could easily pick one out of a hat and discuss it. But because of recent developments in Damascus and Beirut, we’ll discuss Lebanon today. In a move I found quite surprising, the U.N. Security Council voted Friday in, support for a free and fair electoral process in Lebanon's upcoming presidential election, conducted according to Lebanese constitutional rules devised without foreign interference or influence. The new U.N. resolution also called for, the restoration of...