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Gun rights advocates seek deportation of Piers Morgan

US gun rights advocates have signed a White House petition calling for British CNN host Piers Morgan to be deported for allegedly attacking the Second Amendment rights of ordinary Americans. The outspoken former British tabloid editor has launched something of a personal crusade for greater gun control measures in the wake of the December

Australian DJs could face prosecution for royal hoax

British prosecutors will decide whether to pursue charges against two Australian DJs, police said, after a nurse who took a hoax call to a hospital treating Prince William’s pregnant wife Kate apparently killed herself. Scotland Yard said officers had this week sent a file to the Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) over the prank earlier

CIA chief unhappy with ‘Zero Dark Thirty’

Acting CIA director Michael Morell said that “Zero Dark Thirty,” the Hollywood take on the hunt for Osama bin Laden, exaggerates the importance of information obtained by harsh interrogations. The movie by Academy Award-winning director Kathryn Bigelow tells the story of the decade-long search after September 11, 2001, climaxing in last year’s dramatic and

Breitbart.com alum Dana Loesch suing website for release from contract and $75K

Conservative radio host and former Bretibart.com columnist Dana Loesch filed suit against the website on Friday demanding an end to her contract and $75,000 in damages. According to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the host of “The Dana Show” alleges that her relationship with now-deceased Andrew Breitbart’s media organization Breitbart.com LLC has gone “tragically awry,”

MPAA signals readiness to talk about gun violence

Motion Picture Association of America CEO (and former Democratic Senator) Chris Dodd (CT) has announced that the film industry is ready to engage in a dialogue about gun safety.  According to Salon, Dodd’s announcement comes only days after President Barack Obama called for a critical re-examination of “a culture that too often glorifies guns

China’s state-run TV broadcast of ‘V for Vendetta’ shocks viewers

China’s state-run television network shocked viewers by broadcasting “V for Vendetta”, an anarchist-themed film showing an uprising against an authoritarian government. Chinese Internet users expressed surprise after watching the broadcast, circulating subversive lines from the movie including: “The people should not be afraid of the government, the government should be afraid of the people.”

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