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Acorn Sting: the making of a media “Controversy”

Posted on 10. Dec, 2009 by .

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On Sunday, September 27, a neoconservative blogger and associate political science professor named Donald Douglas wrote: “It just occurred to me that the utter hugeness of the ACORN scandal… may well mean that the rightroots blogosphere will ultimately bring down the New York Times.” Douglas, who describes himself on his website as “an umatched competitor […]

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Dunk the clown

Posted on 10. Dec, 2009 by .

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One of the best things about Manhattan’s Little Italy are the vibrant authentic traditions that  come to life at the feast of San Gennaro, a celebration with it’s roots in Naples. In addition to the exquisite Neapolitan culinary traditons like fried dough, pina coladas, and deep fried pizza, One can pay to be insulted by […]

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