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When it comes to being progressive, it seems the Hollywood screenwriting industry has a long way to go when it comes to gender and ethnic employment diversity. While the 2014 Hollywood Writers Report from the Writers Guild of America (WGA) West
The Hindu Fire and Rescue Services personnel inspect the manhole from which two workers were pulled out after they suffocated on Sunday...Photo: Special Arrangement Both fell unconscious soon after they entered drain Two workers died after they were
Conservative columnist George Will had some harsh words for liberals who play the race card as a way to demonize conservatives who oppose President Obama's liberal agenda. Appearing as a guest on Fox News Sunday on April 13, Will observed that
The Jefferson County Commission today hired four companies to help make emergency sewer repairs to lines and manholes in the Hoover and Homewood areas. County officials suspended the Alabama competitive bid law because the repairs are emergencies.
Media-insider nepotism baby John Podhoretz, whose many professional duties include criticizing film for the Weekly Standard , alerts that publication's readers to a troubling development in the culture wars: His television is full of "white trash."
did you know that the pilot of MH370 was Muslim ? Did you know that the copilot was Muslim? Did you know that the captain of MH370 was a fervent supporter of Muslim political activist Anwar Ibrahim? Did you know that Captain Shah was (is?) Ibrahim'
Don't dumb down' your words Wednesday, March 5, 2014 Neighbor News (Denville Edition) Dear Editor, I am writing to applaud and expound upon Gene Newman's recent article which laments the decline of our vocabularies (Feb. 19 issue).
Just when it seems, the disease of political correctness cannot get any worse, it does. On Thursday, a federal court sided with a northern California high school that prevented students from wearing American flag t-shirts on Cinco de Mayo. In 2010,
Bablu Valmiki, the 26-year-old cleaner at ESI hospital who was asphyxiated while cleaning a manhole last Monday, was forced to go into the hole a second time an act which, eyewitnesses and his family members claimed, cost him his life. Bablu's family
Foundation for Individual Rights in Education]) against the school . California's Modesto Junior College (MJC) [has] agreed to settle a First Amendment lawsuit filed last October by student Robert Van Tuinen, whom the college prevented from handing