Watergate wasn't about a hotel either but I don't think that confused anyone.
A lot of people won't care about the details now, nor did they then.
It's the meme that counts.
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The British government is in the process of developing a schemewhereby all phone companies and broadband internet providers will be required to store customer transaction data for a year and hand it over to security services upon request.
"all Internet service providers would need to store your IP address for at least 12 months, along with any highly sensitive personal information such as credit card data."
While Chicago synagogues may not have been the principal target of last week's foiled package bomb plot, U.S. officials now think that terrorists used addresses of Jewish organizations in an attempt to magnify the emotional aftereffects of the attack.
The name on one package was Reynald Krak, a 12th century crusader. The other was directed to Diego Deza, who headed the Spanish Inquisition of the late Middle Ages.
"The government's talking points don't have much credibility. Everybody knows that Parliament was prorogued in order to shut down the Afghan inquiry, and the trouble is that the government doesn't want to explain why that was necessary. I personally think that was a highly defensible action but instead of having an adult defence of it the government comes up with these childish talking points so then you try to backfill with other stuff that doesn't make much sense either so it's a self-created problem.
I hope no one thinks I'm a Harper stooge anymore."
"Antisemitism is an age-old phenomenon, yet it is always re-invented and manifested in different ways. For example, while accusations of blood libel are still being made against the Jewish people, instead they are being directed against the State of Israel, such that anti-Zionism is being used as a cover for antisemitism
"We've lent some of it. We've not lent some of it. We've not given any accounting of, 'Here's how we're doing it' We have not disclosed that to the public. We're declining to.''
"We're not providing dollar-in, dollar-out tracking,"
company is not tracking how it is spending the $3.5 billion
"We're choosing not to disclose that,"
"We're not sharing any other details. We're just not at this time,"
"I just would prefer if you wouldn't say that we're not going to discuss those details.''
Chemicals commonly found in food wrapping, makeup and baby powders are having a gender-bending effect – feminizing male populations of wildlife and humans, a scientific report reveals.The Star
"This research shows the basic male tool kit is under threat," says author Gwynne Lyons, a former health adviser to the British government.
Humans and wildlife have been exposed to more than 100,000 new pollutants in recent years.
Lyons' report draws on more than 250 studies from around the world, examining the effects of hormone-disrupting chemicals.
A network of 20 independent media organizations, advocacy groups and media activists will gather in Toronto today for the city's largest ever Media Democracy Day event to ask: What is missing in the media, and Who is left out from mainstream news coverage in Canada today?