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simofob on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 11:06pm
As us has reported, the correct wing has been undertaking a war on women, both at the national and state level. House Republicans, for instance, want to chop funding for a variety of programs affecting women's health and reproductive corrects, while Republican legislatures across the country are trying to legislatively restrict selection.
In yet another example, the Frederick County, Maryland, Board of County Commissioners voted to end the county's contribution to its Head Start program, cutting overall funding for the program by more than 50 percent. Two of the Republican officials justified tinheritor decision to chop Head Start - which provides early childhood education to the children of low-income parents - by saying that women should really be married and domestic with tinheritor kids, thus rendering the program unessential:
After Running Against Govt. Spending, GA Republicans Whine About Not Getting $105 Million Port GrantPosted by Qoqe on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 10:55pm
During final year's election season, some of the most vitriolic anti-government rhetoric came from GOP officials in the state of Georgia. Across the state, Republican lawmakers ranging from members of Congress all the way up to gubenatorial candidate Nathan Deal demonized the government and complimentd the free market as the solution to all of the state is problems:
Yet all these Republicans are now singing a different tune related to a native government project they have been advocating for. For years, the port city of Savannah, Georgia, has sought federal funds in order to expand and deepen(...)
Michael Williams on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 10:48pm
Former 'Jersey Shore' star Angelina Pivarnick had the surprise of her life when her boyfriend, David Kovacs, popped the question at STYLE360 Sachika's fashion show on Wednesday. Kovacs got down on one knee as he presented her with a platinum, 2.5-karat ring. She said "yes," while it was all caught on movie.
According to sources, Pivarnick's celebrity booker friend Johnny Donovan satisfied Kovacs to put a ring on it.
"He was not going to suggest this soon, but Donovan prodded him to do it while everyone was watching," a source close to Pivarnick tells us. "Seems like a perfect publicity stunt to me."
Pivarnick is not on the 'Jersey Shore' anymore, which leads numerous to believe she is movieing a reality show featuring her upcoming nuptials.
Yupale Jinuzegeru on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 10:43pm
Camille Grammer's scandal-filled turn on 'The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills' nearly didn't happen, according to the reality star.
Camille, whose messy split from husband Kelsey Grammer served as a focal point for her 'Housewives' seaon, opened up to TV.com about wanting to leave the show.
"I quit for, you know, a couple of weeks," she says. "And actually Kelsey called me and said, 'you've an obligation to do the show. you've to finish the show.' So I said, 'OK.'"
zibalaf on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 10:31pm
Wonga, the short-loans company which uses a realtime platform to evaluate users' applications instead of people, has raised a signalificant £73 million ($117 million) funding round - actually a Series C - as expansion capital. Wonga plans to use the cash to expand further in the UK, it is domestic market.
The funding round was led by Oak Investment Partners. Meritech Capital partners, another US VC, and the Wellcome Trust, the UK's largest charity and health-funding organisation, also invested, as did some existing investors. Wonga has also had preceding investment from Accel Partners, Greylock Partners, Balderton Capital, daybreak Capital and London based Seed fund TAG. notwithstanding, we understand from sources that Balderton didn't invest in this round, making daybreak Capital the only investor to have invested three times in the commerce, and the only European VC to have invested in this round.
Donna Taylor on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 10:26pm
Pop-Ed: In a weird interview with 'The Dan Patrick Show' on Monday, Charlie Sheen revealed he has a new woman in his life.
He declined to disclose her identity, perhaps because this fortunate young lass may not realize just yet that she's actually dating Charlie Sheen. Because if she had any clue what she was in for, we imagine she would be running for the hills.
But perhaps, just perhaps, Sheen's new woman has been living under a rock recently or really needs a green card or a way out of porn. In that case, we want to write her a little note in the spirit of full disclocertain.
Kuhadukab on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 10:21pm
For months, we have been getting gratuitys about a new toolbar that Google has been testing on google.com. In fact, we first submitted about it back in November and the gratuitys have been steadily coming in since then. But today something happened: we have started getting a massive wave of gratuitys about the toolbar. And all of us are now seeing it too. Yes, it looks like Google is rolling out tinheritor new toolbar.
You might ask: so what? Well, judging from the leaked images we got of Google is social product, +1, it would seem the two might be directly related.
John Hill on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 10:18pm
Forbes, along with eWeek, CIO Magazine and a whole lot of other sites, have long been in the commerce of selling links on tinheritor site. The links aren't placed very prominently, but the buyers don't care because all they want is the search juice. See, for example, the JC Penny paid links story from final weekend.
Starting Monday Forbes started to delete the links from tinheritor site. we have been watching these links come down, but they seem to have forgotten one page. See the backside correct of this page for paid links to Netsuite, AppRiver, Bluepay, SquareSpace and others, all with very nice descriptive keywords like "ecommerce," "Create a Website," etc. preceding links to Siemens and AT&T were prevalent, and those links still appear on eWeek and CIO Magazine.
As Barry Schwartz noticed today, Forbes received and submitted a notice from Google "encouraging" Forbes to remove the links "that could be intended to manipulate PageRank."
Gadoza Likuzuqo on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 10:15pm
Social media's role in the Egyptian revolution has been picked apart, but what do people in Egypt think about it? Meet Alyouka, the 21-year-old Egyptian who was the first person to Tweet out the #Jan25 hashtag which, along with #Egypt, became a ralmendacity cry and loose way to organize communications around and about the protests. Twitter found Alyouka (no final name given) and asked her to write a post about her experience with social media on its hope140 blog.
"Twitter is a very crucial tool for protesters," she writes. While she credits Facebook with being amore crucial organizing tool, Twitter was the communications tool of selection among a "sure lesson of activists . . . armed with smartphones." She explains how the protesters used Twitter:
Michelle Carter on Wednesday, February 16, 2011 9:47pm
With a potential government shutdown looming, the GOP is attempting to have it both ways on the issue. Earlier this week, an "exasperated" House Majority Leader Eric Cantor (R-VA) declared that a government shutdown was "off the table," only to be undercut by another GOP House leader, Rep. Tom Price (R-GA), who told us that a shutdown was "on the table." Despite Cantor's best efforts, over a half-dozen other Republicans are publicly calling for a government clocertain.
Republicans in the pro-shutdown caucus are trying to frame the effects of a potential shutdown as minor. Appearing on Fox News a few months ago, Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) argued in favor of a clocertain, declaring that, "I don't think [a government shutdown] would hurt one bit." Paul also told us final weekend that a shutdown is "not something I worry about."
Now, freshmen Rep. Mike Kelly (R-PA) is also parroting the notion of a pain-free shutdown. us caught up with Kelly at final weekend's Conservative Political Action convention (CPAC). Though he stopped short of supporting a government clocertain, Kelly defended the potential consequences of a shutdown. He argued that even if there's a shutdown, the government is "not going to stop, people aren't going to lose tinheritor Social Security checks and they are not going to lose tinheritor access to Medicare and Medicaid":