Monthly Archives: October 2011

US Congressional Hearing Favors Online Poker Reforms

US Congressional Hearing Favors Online Poker Reforms

The congressional hearing regarding internet poker that recently took place focused mainly on how the regulations should be handled in the future and not about federal licensing of online poker in the US. However, the discussion regarding online poker has taken an interesting turn and much to the surprise of the poker community, the event drew out more supporters for online poker than anticipated…

St. Augustine College Student Banned From Homecoming for Facebook Post

St. Augustine College Student Banned From Homecoming for Facebook Post

Saint Augustine’s College (SAC) has informed graduate Roman Caple that he is barred from participating in this weekend’s Homecoming celebration, continuing the college’s punishment of Caple for a comment he posted on Facebook last spring about how the college was handling its recovery from the tornado that struck its Raleigh, N.C., campus. Earlier this year, SAC prohibited Caple from participating in spring 2011 graduation ceremonies, disciplining him for what it called a “negative social media exchange.” As a result of being banned from graduation, Caple filed suit against SAC and President Dianne Boardley Suber in July. Caple’s suit alleges that SAC violated its extensive promises of freedom of expression when it disciplined him for his Facebook post…

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Cain to Paul Supporters ‘Are you gonna let me give my speech or not?’ After saying ‘I don’t want to end the fed I want to FIX it’

Cain to Paul Supporters ‘Are you gonna let me give my speech or not?’ After saying ‘I don’t want to end the fed I want to FIX it’

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TRENDING: Ron Paul wins both tallies at GOP straw poll in Iowa

TRENDING: Ron Paul wins both tallies at GOP straw poll in Iowa

Paul won both the Iowa-voters-only count at the Saturday convention in Des Moines as well as a tally of non-Iowans who participated.

In the Iowa voters result, Paul took 82%. Following him were Herman Cain with 14.7%

In the tally of non-Iowans who voted, Paul won 26% followed by Cain at 25%

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Paul would cut federal departments, forgive debt

Paul would cut federal departments, forgive debt

No one can accuse Republican Ron Paul of being an incremental candidate.

When it comes to solutions for the nation

Paul denounces criticism of his student loan plan as ‘reckless’

Paul denounces criticism of his student loan plan as ‘reckless’

Ron Paul dismissed criticism of his proposal to close the Department of Education and reduce the number of federally backed student loans as “reckless” in an op-ed Friday in USA Today.

“The many headlines that came out after my interview Sunday on ‘Meet the Press’ exclaimed that I wanted to ‘end’ or ‘phase out’ all student loans. In the long term

Jack Hunter: I Like Ron Paul Except on Foreign Policy

Jack Hunter: I Like Ron Paul Except on Foreign Policy

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Federal Reserve poised to stave off “nightmare” deflation scenario with QE3

Federal Reserve poised to stave off “nightmare” deflation scenario with QE3

Despite the radical, unprecedented number of dollars in circulation, the banking establishment is worried about deflation and considering its stimulus options

Judge Andrew Napolitano on Daily Show with John Stewart

Judge Andrew Napolitano on Daily Show with John Stewart

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Ron Paul on The Mike Church Show 10/25/11

Ron Paul on The Mike Church Show 10/25/11

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