Monthly Archives: June 2012

“The Wars Of The Rich people”..Again..and Again

View full sizeAssociated Press fileThe Supreme Court has turned down media companies’ plea to lift a prohibition on owning both a newspaper and a television station in the same market. WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court has turned down media companies’ … Continue reading

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“The War Of The Rich People”…Again

NEW YORK — Satellite broadcaster Dish Network Corp. on Friday said it would replace AMC Networks Inc.’s channels with HDNet channels at midnight on Saturday, ratcheting up a fee dispute. Dish, the third-largest provider of pay-TV signals in the U.S., … Continue reading

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“The Importance Of It All”..Again

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“The Importance Of It All”..Again

  Police launch child porn investigation at Connecticut church Published June 30, 2012 Associated Press WATERFORD, Conn –  Connecticut state police officers are investigating the discovery of possible child porn at a Roman Catholic church in Waterford. WFSB-TV reports that … Continue reading

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“I Guess This Means,No More Fake Italian Train Tickets”

New China Law Targets Foreigners Working Illegally – ABC News. via “I Guess This Means,No More Fake Italian Train Tickets”.

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Texas Cattle Deaths Tied to Toxic Bermuda Grass – ABC News

Texas Cattle Deaths Tied to Toxic Bermuda Grass – ABC News. via Texas Cattle Deaths Tied to Toxic Bermuda Grass – ABC News.

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“They Got Away With It…Until Now!”

Chinese Counterfeit $35 Million Worth of Italian Train Tickets – ABC News. via “They Got Away With It…Until Now!”.

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