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We’d like to take this moment to thank our sponsors Bloomberg steps up after Komen for the Cure backs down on breast cancer screening. (The New York Observer) Another type of cancer. (The Raw Story) PrezBo would not be happy with the treatment of journalists yesterday on Capitol Hill. (Huff Po) The economy might just be […]

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Bwog’s chief Lecture-Hopper and free speech enthusiast Mark Hay reports from last night’s panel discussion moderated by David Remnick, (editor of the New Yorker), with Bernard–Henri Levy (philosopher and author), and Peter Awn (Professor of Islamic Religion and Comparative Religion, Director of the Middle East Institute, Columbia), Kent Greenawalt (Professor of Law, Columbia), Philippe Schmidt […]

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Another certain gossipy website was the focus of last night’s CCSC meeting. Satow Room bureau chief Martha Turewicz reports.  From the first few minutes of last night’s CCSC meeting, there some early indications of the intensity to come. Proceedings started a few minutes past 8, and while the next hour was lost to constitutional review, […]

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