All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘Debate’

Woman Who Cut Out Baby After Luring Mother on Craigslist Won’t Face Murder Charges

A decision not to file murder charges against a woman accused of cutting a seven-month-old fetus from its mother’s womb is setting off debates over so-called “fetal homicide laws.” Earlier this month we told you the horrifying story of a woman who lured a pregnant woman to her home with a Craigslist ad for used baby clothing. When she arrived, …

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Steve Jobs Tops CNBC’s ‘First 25′ List, As He Could Really Rock a Turtleneck

CNBC has been around for 25 years now, and in honor of that, decided to come up with what they call the “First 25,” or the 25 people “to have had the most profound impact on business and finance since 1989.” In other words (CNBC’s words), “the 25 most transformative leaders, icons and rebels of the past-quarter century.” And due …

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Bill Nye Vs. Ken Ham: Who Won the Debate?

Bill Nye, beloved 90’s “Science Guy”, defended the theory of Evolution against Ken Ham and the theory of Creationism last night for two and a half hours. Neither one left persuaded to the other side. The debate took place at Ham’s Creation Museum where there are displays of some thought-provoking evidence to refute the theory of Evolution in favor of …

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Bill Nye “Science Guy” Debates “Creationist” Ken Ham

The debate that has raged for centuries, or at least since Darwin’s Theory of Evolution was formulated, and consequent book, “The Origin of the Species” has had religious nuts and science nerds at odds arguing from whence we came. The Bible says one thing science says another. The controversy about Tuesday’s debate between “Science Guy” Bill Nye and creationist Ken …

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Tagg Romney Apologized: Too Little, Too Late

When Tagg Romney said he wanted to run up to President Obama during the debates and “take a swing at him”, he must have known he’d receive some backlash for it. Not for thinking it, but for admitting it in a public forum (a radio interview). Apparently, he didn’t think much of it until Twitter and other social media sites …

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Binders Full of Women: The Comment That Launched a Thousand Social Media Pages

Last night’s second Presidential debate saw the two candidates clash over mostly domestic issues, with a few foreign issues sprinkled in. The town hall format meant that audience members got to ask the questions, and one particular response from Mitt Romney to a question on gender equality in the workplace led the social media world to go crazy creating pages …

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Rupert Murdoch Courts Twitter for Ron Paul Debate

Rupert Murdoch, the man with world’s most wrinkly hands, is back on Twitter, trying to improve the level of discourse coming across his account, something he’s already complained about in recent tweets. To his credit, instead of further lamenting about the quality of Twitter interaction, Murdoch took it upon himself to improve it by asking a simple question, one that …

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Versus Invites People to Share Stance on the War on Drugs in Google+ Hangout Debate

Versus is a new debate series that’s using Google+ Hangouts to allow users to participate in global debates. Other Google+ hangouts have helped people connect under the sea with +World Oceans Summit and interview President Obama. Some people were able to interview President Obama via Skype while other questions from hangout followers were panned to and asked by the primary …

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Google’s New Privacy Policy: Danny Sullivan Provides Insight

In January, Google announced that it was overhauling its more than 60 privacy policies and replacing them with one. As Alma Whitten, Google’s Director of Privacy in Product and Engineering, wrote in the announcement, the idea is to create a “beautifully simple, intuitive user experience across Google.”

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Interview: Here’s Why Open Auctions for 2G Spectrum Are the Best Option

The war in Washington over wireless spectrum is really beginning to heat up as policymakers and the FCC aren’t seeing eye to eye. The issue is commonly referred to as the “spectrum crunch” since wireless networks are quickly becoming overloaded.

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E-Books Or Real Books: What Book Lovers Think

There is a lot of debate surrounding e-books in regard to if they will ever replace real books as the conventional way to digest writer’s works. One undeniable fact is that e-book readers are getting less expensive everyday and therefore becoming more popular. Certain publications are only being offered as e-books and with the increasing cost of physical resources like …

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Twitter Revs Up for GOP Debate in FL

Tonight at 8:00 PM on CNN, the remaining Republican presidential primary candidates go at it. Again. The debates and speeches get live-tweeted, and there’s a lot of fun to be had from that. But, some folks are hitting the Tweet button sooner than later. Including this guy… Newt Gingrich has a long record as a Washington insider & is the …

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