The Washington Times - August 30, 2010, 09:14AM

Today’s Water Cooler lineup of off the beaten path online stories are: Brewer blasts Obama over submission to UN specifying AZ immigration law, Maine wind farm not soothing to all ears, Mosque developer has long rap sheet.

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Hot Air: Brewer blasts Obama over submission to UN specifying AZ immigration law

Arizona Governor Jan Brewer angrily demanded yesterday that the White House withdraw their report to the UN Human Rights Council that singled out Arizona’s law as a cause for concern about the American track record on human rights.  Calling such a reference “downright offensive” in her letter to Hillary Clinton, Brewer also called the entire report “internationalism run amuck”
Three white wind turbines, their 124-foot blades stretching 39 stories high, churn out more electricity than is used on this picturesque, pine-studded island off mid-coast Maine. Some residents call them objects of graceful art, others point to lower utility bills, and the environmentally conscious hail the benefits of clean energy.
Years before his latest real-estate project ignited an uproar, Sharif El-Gamal racked up at least seven run-ins with the law, including a bust for patronizing a prostitute.

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