July 2010



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Arizona Immigration Law Blocked By Federal Court

Phoenix, AZ – Federal District Judge Susan Bolton issued a 36-page decision blocking enforcement of key provisions to the controversial Arizona immigration law. Judge Bolton wrote: “Applying the proper legal standards based upon well-established precedent,…


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Baseball Report

By Bob Hurst Yawn. Another no-hitter was thrown this week in Major League Baseball. In the Year of the Pitcher, no-hitters are becoming nearly as frequent as those pitched in high school softball games. There…



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Comic-Con Draws Successful Crowds of Over 140,000

By Chris Furguson For five cooler than normal days in San Diego, over 140,000 fans, retailers, celebrities and professionals spent time mingling and celebrating the popular arts at the 2010 San Diego Comic-Con International. This…





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Hate Crimes in California Drop 20% in 2009

Attorney General Edmund G. Brown Jr. today released an “encouraging” 2009 annual report showing that hate crimes in California fell by more than 20% last year, but he warned that we are still a long…








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The Eagle Has Landed- 41 Year’s Ago Today

The flight plan for Apollo 11 was a minute-by-minute time line of activities for the mission crew–Neil Armstrong, Mike Collins, and Edwin “Buzz” Aldrin–and Mission Control in Houston. The flight was launched July 16, 1969….


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4 Tips to Protect You from ATM Thieves

By Constance Gustke • Bankrate.com Highlights “The technology of the bad guy is getting better and better every year.” Hidden cameras are disguised so they can pick up your password. You must report fraud within…



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Smuggling Attempt Thwarted on Calif. Coast

Camp Pendleton, Calif. – A collaborative effort between the Border Patrol and the Oceanside Harbor, Calif., police department prevented a maritime smuggling attempt early Friday morning as 22 foreign nationals who illegally entered the country…