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Herman Cain Spoke Last Night

Before heading downtown to tell FoxNews that Columbia loves Hannity, Herman Cain spoke in Low last night at the invitation of the College Republicans. He gave what seemed to be his standard hour-long speech outlining what he perceives to be a time of crises in America, including an “economic crisis,” an “illegal immigration crisis,” a […]

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Bwoglines: Searching for the Truth Edition

After #OWS’ recent eviction from Zuccotti Park, many questions remain: Is this legal? What happens next? Is there “life after #Occupy?” Most importantly, why was Hipster Cop not in on the raid? (WSJ, NYT, Slate, Gothamist) As owners and players refuse to budge, and both sides prepare to take the issue to court, will the NBA […]

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