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To us, this represents an interesting dynamic in the whistle-blowing from Kluwe, since it could be viewed that he loses ground as the arbiter of right and wrong in his accusations against Mike Priefer when it becomes known that he, too, can act in
No one knows exactly who is behind the letters, written on imitation school letterhead and hand-delivered to some families' mailboxes this week. Nor do they know how many were sent out, but the Post Office took notice and removed 50 letters, said
The Pentagon has scrapped the Twitter account of an agency that counters homemade explosives after it posted joking comments about a bombing in the Philippines, officials said Friday. Wednesday that perhaps the cinemas were showing the film "Gigli,"
To capitalize on the crimes perpetrated upon the three women who were held captive in Cleveland for the sake of political commentary is beneath contempt...The Steamboat Today newspaper should choose the cartoons it purchases more wisely. Please feel
Watching people suffer is typically an ideal ingredient for a successful reality show, but given rising unemployment rates and the current economic climate, could a show that features real people losing real jobs be a little too much? In 2009, Fox
I think your political cartoons printed in the April 3 and 4 issues of the Steamboat Today were in very poor taste when they depicted former Gov. Mitt Romney in such a poor light. I grew up in Utah as a member of a Congregational family and have been
Essex Police apologise over officer's Simon Weston remarks The Facebook comments made reference to Simon Weston's burns A police force has apologised after an officer posted comments on Facebook apparently mocking Falklands War veteran Simon Weston.
Food campaigners face fury over sick spoof of Al Qaeda video in which Ronald McDonald is 'held hostage' McDonald's slams stunt as irresponsible and 'in very poor taste' Campaigners for ethically-produced food provoked fury today by releasing an Al
BBC debate on funeral plans for Baroness Thatcher branded 'in poor taste' by angry listeners The BBC has come under fire for hosting an on-air debate over whether Baroness Thatcher should have a state funeral...But the corporation marked the
Indians Do not Deserve Racial Slur from New Zealand brotee mukhopadhyay "I don't know why but just on an Indian it seems slightly incongruous. I mean, we don't