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Did Julian Assange Rape Accusers Set Him Up?

Evidence is emerging that Wikileaks founder Julian Assange has been setup on false rape charges by two radical feminists. The most significant evidence for this claim is the "coicidence" that both accusers are friends, and one of them posted about how she had been "thinking about some revenge."...

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Who Is Anna Ardin?

Anna Ardin is one of the women who has accused Julian Assange of rape. Evidence is mounting that Ardin and her friend Sofia Wilén conspired to set Assange up. Ardin is well known in Sweden as an ardent feminist and has been involved in various advocacy groups. In January of 2010, Anna Ardin...

Bloomberg Poll Finds Americans "Worse Off" Under Obama Administration

Bloomberg Poll Finds Americans "Worse Off" Under Obama Administration

A Bloomberg National Poll of 1,000 Americans conducted between December 4 until December 7, 2010 found that 51 percent of respondents feel "worse off" under Obama's administration. Over two thirds of the respondents also indicated the feeling that the nation is "headed in the wrong direction."...

Prince Charles Car Attacked by "Wanton" Demonstrators

Prince Charles Car Attacked by "Wanton" Demonstrators

A Rolls Royce carrying Prince Charles and his wife, Camilla, was attacked by "wanton" demonstrators on Thursday during a student riot. Charles and Camilla were en route to the London Palladium Theater to attend a Royal Variety Performance when students protesting unfair university fees launched...

Wikileaks Cables Suggest Vatican Refused Cooperation in Irish Sex Abuse Cases

Wikileaks Cables Suggest Vatican Refused Cooperation in Irish Sex Abuse Cases

Wikileaks just released a fresh cache of cables entitled "Sex abuse scandal strains Irish-Vatican relatons, shakes up Irish church, and poses challenges for the Holy See." The cables suggest the Vatican refused cooperation in the 320 victims who filed sex abuse lawsuits against the Church from...

Senate Passes Laws Ending "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Ban on Openly Gay Military

Senate Passes Laws Ending "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" Ban on Openly Gay Military

On Saturday, the Senate agreed to overturn the seventeen year "Don't Ask, Don't Tell" ban openly gay members of the military. The historic vote and milestone for gays and lesbian troops, passed with a vote of 65 to 31 with 55 Democrats, eight Republicans, and two independents favoring the repeal....

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What Is Take Back the Night?

In 1976, the first Take Back the Night occurred in Belgium. At that time, it was called the Reclaim the Night March. Women marched all across Belgium at night carrying candles as a sign of protest and anger against the rising violence against women including rape. By marching at night, the event...

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What Is the Difference Between an Immigrant and an Emigrant?

Technically, you can be both an immigrant or an emigrant which makes the terms immigrant and emigrant quite confusing and influences the way we often use them incorrectly. The best way to remember the differences and explain the meanings is to think in terms of the direction of travel. Someone...

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Who Built the Eiffel Tower?

The Eiffel Tower is named after the very man who designed and built it: Alexandre Gustave Eiffel. He is considered one of France’s design, engineering and architectural geniuses. He attained the distinction of Legion d’Honneur in France for his work. Born on the 15th of December 1832 in Côte d’Or,...

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Who Is Benazir Bhutto?

Born in 1953 in Karachi, Pakistan, Benazir Bhutto was the first female leader of a Muslim state in 1988. At 16, Benazir Bhutto attended Harvard University where she attained a degree in Comparative Government. At 20 she moved to Lady Margaret Hall, University of Oxford where she studied Philosophy,...