Meet Col. Douglas A. Macgregor. He's the guy who pretty much orchestrated the Battle of 73 Easting during the Gulf War, a decisive 23-minute exchange during which "10 U.S. tanks and 13 Bradley fighting vehicles destroyed nearly 70 Iraqi armored vehicles, with no 'friendly' casualties." He's basicall ... More >>
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Standard & Poor's downgraded the United States' long-term credit rating from AAA to AA last night. The company said that the messy and prolonged political squabble around the debt ceiling bill was responsible for the new valuation. "The downgrade reflects our view that the effectiveness, sta ... More >>
Okay, we're going to present a couple facts that will probably anger you, but they need to be introduced in order to report this story. 1) Nicole "Snooki" Polizzi was asked to speak at Rutgers University. 2) Over 2,000 students attended the lecture. 3) She was paid $32,000 by the state-funded ... More >>
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The President took time before his NATO summit to address a town hall in Strasbourg, France. His placeholder-filled extemporaneous speaking style, which conservatives love to mock, went over well with the crowd, perhaps because it reminded them of their professors (the town has about 45,000 student ... More >>
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