Brace Yourself…. Presidential Debate statuses are coming Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google Share on Linkedin Share by email Turner Main Wed, Oct 03 2012 18:36:31 0 likes · 0 comments Yes, yes they are.The 2012 Presidential … Continue reading
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We journalists know that, when you’re in the public eye, everything you do can and will be watched. You’re fair game. …Unless it’s a private event. Right, Romney? At a “private” fundraiser on May 17th held in the home of Marc Leder, … Continue reading
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“Sons of Anarchy” actor allegedly kills elderly woman before his death
Actor Johnny Lewis has allegedly beaten an 81-year-old woman to death shortly before taking a fall from a top level of his house. Officials are unsure of whether he committed suicide or the incident was an accident. They’re also unsure of where exactly he fell, or if drugs or alcohol was involved.
Actually, they’re unsure of whether or not it was actually Johnny Lewis to begin with.
…What’s going on right now?
September 27, 2012
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The Whitewater Common Council met Sept. 18 to discuss student parking at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, concerns about a possible invasion of the ash borer beetle, and the replacement of air conditioning units on the city hall building. Councilwoman Stephanie … Continue reading
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In Thomas Friedman’s column “New Rules,” Friedman talks about children in Estonia who are being taught computer programming in schools beginning at age seven and ending at age 16. Friedman talks not so much about the fact that children are … Continue reading
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