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Interesting priorities.
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The Oakville tot's television alter-ego is at the centre of a $100 million (U.S.) lawsuit launched on Monday by troubled actress Lindsay Lohan, who has struggled with alcohol and drug addiction.
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Dana Moore sells rain. He sells a lot of it, for about a buck per reusable storm.
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"Health care is a loser for the Left only if the Right has the steel to undo it. The Left is banking on an absence of steel. Why is that a bad bet?"
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Honestly, Britain is an absolute mess. Did they beat back the Fascists in WWII or did they actually invite them to take over the local councils and school administrations?
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One man's patriot group is another man's extremist.
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Here today, gone tomorrow -- could the United States fall that fast?
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Yet in recent years researchers have discovered something that may seem obvious, but for many reasons was overlooked or denied. What really makes a difference, what matters more than the class size or the textbook, the teaching method or the technology, or even the curriculum, is the quality of the teacher.
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I wonder how the union will defend this one.
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Europe's race to the bottom.
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Budget documents released Tuesday reveal that B.C. has agreed to pay $252.5 million of the Games' $900-million security bill.
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It seems even the Human Rights weenies have limits to their tolerance.
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Al Gore's defense of global-warming hysteria in Sunday's New York Times has many flaws, but I'll focus on just one whopper -- where the "Inconvenient Truth" man states the opposite of scientific fact.



Read more: http://www.nypost.com/p/news/opinion/opedcolumnists/al_latest_global_warming_whopper_TolFbG2ccT5XPtKtXoOx0L#ixzz0h528C6ad

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Los Angeles, the second-largest US city, is facing a crisis of funding not seen since the darkest days of the Great Depression
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In Sunday’s New York Times, its far-left shotgun columnist Frank Rich has written a column with the title “The Axis of the Obsessed and Deranged,” which is ironic, since the title so well describes most of his own articles! In a paper whose editors think of themselves as moderates or centrists, but in which most of the columnists and many of the news stories tilt so far to the Left that it approximates the style and contents of the 60’s Village