13 Feb 2011

Kentucky Employers Claim They Can’t Find Workers, Must Hire Illegal Immigrants

Today’s issue of Louisville, Kentucky’s Courier-Journal has a front page article that helpfully explains many jobs in the area must be filled by illegal immigrants because no American has applied for them.

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13 Feb 2011

Kentucky Employers Claim They Can’t Find Workers, Must Hire Illegal Immigrants

Today’s issue of Lexington, Kentucky’s CourierJournal has a front page article that helpfully explains many jobs in the area must be filled by illegal immigrants because no American has applied for them.

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11 Feb 2011

Mubarak Has Stepped Down, Tahrir Square Rejoicing [Update]

In a brief announcement on Egyptian state television, Vice President Omar Suleiman said that President Hosni Mubarak has relinquished power and asked the Egyptian Armed Forces Council to assume responsibility for leadership of the country.

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11 Feb 2011

‘Farewell Friday’ Observed by Protesters after Mubarak’s Defiant Speech [Updated]

During President Hosni Mubarak’s speech last evening to the Egyptian public, the crowd of pro-democracy protesters began to shout angrily as it became clear that Mubarak would not recognize their demands. The angry shouts have been followed today by enormous crowds in Cairo’s Tahrir Square continuing their demand for an end to the current regime.

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10 Feb 2011

Obama Speaks at Northern Michigan University, Proposes Nationwide Wireless Expansion

Here are the remarks prepared for delivery today by President Obama on the topic of a Wireless Innovation and Infrastructure Initiative; he’s delivering this speech now at Northern Michigan University in Marquette, Michigan.

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10 Feb 2011

BREAKING: Egyptian Military Meeting Now Without Mubarak; Egyptian President to Step Down Say Reports

Multiple outlets are reporting that Egypt’s President Hosni Mubarak is anticipated to make an announcement on state television this evening; it’s not clear whether he will say he is stepping down.

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09 Feb 2011

Day 15 in Tahrir Square: Crowds Remain Strong, Suleiman Makes Veiled Threat

The crowd in Cairo’s Tahrir Square remains strong today. New participants continue to stream into the square to take part in what Egyptians see as both a historic event and as the first opportunity to exercise freedom of speech. Yet in spite of the increasing size and reach of the uprising, Vice President Omar Suleiman made a veiled threat about the duration of the protests.

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06 Feb 2011

Super Bowl Anti-Marketing or Bimbo Pushback: Getting the ‘Old Girls’ in the Game

Today’s Super Bowl game will see a different anti-marketing campaign for technology products and services — this ad may actually be serious in its focus on women.

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06 Feb 2011

Food Sunday: Pizza, Pizza, Millions of Pizzas

What are you having for game-time eats this Super Bowl Sunday — pizza?

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06 Feb 2011

Super Bowl Anti-Marketing or Bimbo Pushback: Getting the ‘Old Girls’ in the Game

Today’s Super Bowl game will see a different anti-marketing campaign for technology products and services — this ad may actually be serious in its focus on women.

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