Supreme Court: Americans Have the Right to Own Guns

In a 5-4 decision announced today, the Supreme Court ruled in the case of Heller v. District of Columbia that Americans have the individual right to own guns. This is the most important ruling on the Second Amendment since at least 1939. In the words of the majority decision, “The Second Amendment protects an individual […]

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George Carlin, a legendary and awesome comedian best known for his “Seven Words You Can’t Say on Television,” as well as a number of albums, books, cable TV specials, and movie appearances, died today at the age of 71. He will be missed. [Editor’s note: On March 2nd, 2015, we received the following notice from […]

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RIP Tim Russert

NBC reporter Tim Russert, most famous for his show “Meet The Press,” died today at the age of 58 from a heart attack. Russert was one of the few remaining American journalists who actually bothered to ask tough questions, and will be missed.

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Barak Obama Wins Nomination: OMG He’s Black!

Obama is black and will be back during the fall for the real election according the the latest AP tally. This marks the closest a black person ever came to becoming president. Hopefully, Obama is going to break another record before the end of the year. Or else, we will be in Iraq for 1,000 […]

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Real-Name System in the Field of E-commerce has been Imperative

Abstract: With the rapid development of society, internet has become an essential tool of more and more people, meanwhile the development of e-commerce is vigorous and unstoppable, which raises concerns about security of the internet society–a virtual society. To keep the security of the cyber world and avoid the fraud through internet, especially through e-commerce […]

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