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Russia launches giant telescope in deep space return

Russia on Monday launched into space its Spektr-R radio telescope planned to be the most powerful ever, the first deep space observatory sent up by Moscow in a quarter of a century. Spektr-R will scour the fringes of the universe for black holes, mysterious quasar radio sources and also the…

Huckabee: Glenn Beck creates boogeymen only he can see

Mike Huckabee lashed out at fellow Fox News host Glenn Beck after Beck called him a “progressive” for supporting Michelle Obama’s anti-obesity initiative. “This week Glenn Beck has taken to his radio show to attack me as a Progressive, which he has said is the same as a cancer and…

Obama vows to ‘spark innovation’ in US

WASHINGTON – US President Barack Obama expressed his determination on Saturday to “spark the minds of innovators” in the United States, making the country more competitive by introducing new products and technologies. “It starts by making sure that every single child can get a good education and every American can…

Stephen Baldwin: ‘Homey’ Obama needs to ‘lay in it’

Conservative radio host Stephen Baldwin offered President Obama some tough love at the annual Conservative Political Action Conference in Washington Thursday. “I am not happy about the way things are,” Baldwin told ABC’s Jonathan Karl. “I pray for President Obama every single day. But tell you what. Homey made his…

Liberal talk radio takes a hit as Air America goes bust

Air America, the six-year-old liberal-leaning radio network credited with helping the political career of Sen. Al Franken and discovering MSNBC prime-time host Rachel Maddow, announced Thursday it is ceasing operations immediately and plans to file for bankruptcy. “It is with the greatest regret, on behalf of our Board, that we…

‘Bible code’ arms supplier sponsors Christian radio ministry

For years, many Islamic clerics have been arguing that the US’s war on terror is a “holy war” against Islam. Now, those critics of US foreign policy have more ammunition to argue their point. A Michigan supplier of sights for high-powered rifles has long been etching subtle references to Jesus…

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