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6 April 2012 Townsfolk in a Spanish village have been banned from farting, burping and slurping their soup in public in a new charter to combat rude behaviour. They are among 65 indelicacies that have been outlawed by the Mayor of La Toba, 70 miles
25 p.m., April 5, 2012 The University of San Diego has scheduled a panel discussion aimed at mitigating what organizers see as the rise of incivility among the public, community leaders, elected officials and the media in this region. The event,
Another reader faults partisan media programming for preventing Americans from disagreeing agreeably. A third reader 'has no quarrel with gun rights,' just with 'gun wrongs.' April 2, 2012 Charm vs. civility In his March 5 Upfront column, "Can debate
The Republican Jewish Coalition is calling on President Obama campaign strategist David Axelrod to apologize for "his offensive language." This stems from comments Axelrod made via twitter Monday morning about the upcoming Illinois Republican
The nationwide programme, which was launched by Deputy Prime Minister Musalia Mudavadi, will see the government work with 73 non-State actors under the leadership of Morris Odhiambo, the Executive Director of Centre for Law and Research International.
March 2012 editorial The spate of murder cases in town is now a worrisome issue. In the past, incidents of murder in the country were sporadic, but recently, there has been a gruesome shift and people can't help but wonder how safe we really are in
Rating In Summary We always treated our father's wife with respect and civility, they tell court in affidavit The sons and daughters of former Ugenya MP Stephen Ondiek have denied allegations by their step-mother that they kicked her out of her
Boston Rushworth Kidder, who passed away on March 5, was a thinker, journalist, and ethicist whose interests ranged from 20th century poets such as E.E. Cummings and Dylan Thomas to quantum physics to civility in public discourse.
A Friday night ritual for me is catching Shields and Brooks on the PBS NewsHour. They offer intelligent analysis and opinion, and though they may disagree with each other on issues, they do so with good-natured civility.
Former Gov. Angus King said in a lecture given at Bowdoin College he hopes he can be a voice of "civility and common sense" in the Senate. "I think I might scare them, and that would be a good thing because Maine will be sending a message," he said,