Monthly Archives: January 2009

Priest in Italy defends Holocaust-denier

  Priest in Italy defends Holocaust-denier Jews denounce Pope Benedict XVI for embracing previous bishop’s doubts   ROME – A priest in an ultraconservative society recently rehabilitated by Pope Benedict XVI has defended a bishop in his group and joined … Continue reading

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Judge: Calif. workers can be furloughed

  Judge: Schwarzenegger can furlough employees Facing deficit, Calif. governor to force state workers to take unpaid days off SACRAMENTO, Calif. – A judge ruled on Thursday that Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger can force tens of thousands of state workers to … Continue reading

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Don’t breathe your bourbon, Ky. officials warn

  Don’t breathe your bourbon, Ky. officials warn State lawmakers want to ban liquor vaporizers, call devices dangerous The Alcohol Without Liquid device, or AWOL, resembles an asthma inhaler and can be used for just about any kind of alcohol, … Continue reading

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Marijuana may help stave off Alzheimer’s

  Marijuana may help stave off Alzheimer’s Active ingredient in pot may help preserve brain function NBC VIDEO Pot’s unlikely side effect?Researchers studying mice found that the active ingredient in marijuana may prevent the progression of Alzheimer’s disease. NBC’s Robert … Continue reading

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Marijuana growers thrive in California

  Pot growers thrive in Northern California Cash crop now accounts for two-thirds of Medocino County economy Video State law boosts pot as a cash crop Jan. 21 – Mendocino marijuana expert and Grow magazine publisher Eric Sligh toured a … Continue reading

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President Obama Re-Takes Oath

  President Obama Re-Takes Oath by Carmen Dixon President Barack Hussein Obama took the presidential oath again last night at the White House. In a quick ceremony, without the Bible, Chief Justice Roberts again administered the oath, this time in … Continue reading

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Researchers develop new semiconductor ink

  By Julie SteenhuysenPosted 2009/01/21 CHICAGO, Jan. 21, 2009 (Reuters) — U.S. researchers have developed a new type of semiconductor ink that brings companies a step closer to making bendable computer screens or inexpensive sensor tags to help retailers keep … Continue reading

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