Monthly Archives: July 2011

Broadcast group enlists scare tactics in ad.

You may have seen the television ad that features a monstrous tornado bearing down on a community with a voice-over that implies local television will soon be a thing of the past. It is a fear campaign by the National … Continue reading

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Dallas plant closing adds to jobless count.

If the US Congress ever settles the debt ceiling issue, it may allow attention to be refocused on the country’s employment woes. Another 1,000 will be out of work in Dallas following a Friday announcement by Pilgrim’s Pride that it … Continue reading

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AWOL soldier admits plan to attack Fort Hood.

Actions of a 21-year old Muslim soldier and earlier interviews are indicative of confusion regarding the tenets of the faith and the interpretations by some of its followers. Private Naser Abdo, an AWOL soldier stationed in North Carolina, is in … Continue reading

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Tropical storm Don could provide drought relief.

It seems counter-intuitive to be rooting for a hurricane, but MidSouth residents may have to do just that for a chance to break the current heat wave. It’s more than a day away, but a tropical storm currently in the … Continue reading

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