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Verizon Mocks FCC Decision with Antiquated Letter

Verizon, prepared for the FCC decision to embrace “net-neutrality” rules on Thursday, had a ready response once the decision became final. The company issued a press release mocking the new standard by dating the press release February 26, 1934, and titling it, “Title II Regulations a ‘Net’ Loss for Innovation and Consumers: FCC’s ‘Throwback Thursday' Move Imposes 1930s Rules on the Internet.”
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FCC Vote Thursday on Net Neutrality

On Thursday, the Federal Communications Commission is scheduled to vote on strict new regulations for the Internet, and because the FCC is controlled by Democrats, Barack Obama’s plans for more government control of online traffic may well come true.
Swastika display in Sacramento (Screenshot / KCRA)

Sacramento Man Refuses to Remove Swastika Display

An American flag using swastikas instead of stars, and Israeli flags with swastikas instead of Stars of David, are flying outside the home of a man living in Sacramento's River Park neighborhood. Despite protests from neighbors, the man has refused to remove them.
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CDC Reveals Superbug Causes 15,000 Deaths Annually

On Wednesday, the Centers for Disease Control revealed that a superbug called Clostridium difficile, or C. diff, triggers over 450,000 infections a year nationwide and causes nearly 15,000 deaths. The bacterial infection, which is contained in feces, can be contracted by contact through hands or contaminated surfaces.
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Inglewood Approves Plans for Rams Stadium

The Inglewood City Council unanimously approved St. Louis Rams owner Stan Kroenke’s prospective stadium at Hollywood Park on Tuesday. The $1.86 billion, 80,000-seat, closed-roof structure, to be opened in 2018, would become the world’s most expensive stadium. Chris Meany, vice
Hillary Clinton in Silicon Valley (Jose Marcio Sanchez / Associated Press)

Hillary Clinton Brings Special Brand of Hypocrisy to Silicon Valley

The monumental hypocrisy of Hillary Clinton emerged full-blown on Tuesday as she spoke in Silicon Valley about “shocking” pay disparities between men and women. Speaking at the Lead On Watermark Conference for Women at the Santa Clara Convention Center before a crowd of 5,000 people, Clinton intoned that data on women’s pay inequity was “sobering” and “shocking,” according to the San Francisco Chronicle.
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Redskins Call Trademark Ban Unconstitutional in Appeal

The Washington Redskins defend their use of the team’s nickname by claiming that a federal ban on several of their trademarks infringes on the team’s right to free speech. The federal case against the team derives from the supposition that the term “Redskins” disparages Native Americans.

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