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Water Cooler Archive: April 2012

  • PICKET: Romney inches closer to nomination

    Former Massachusetts Governor Mitt Romney has the GOP primary delegate math in his corner and his numbers continue to build toward what looks to be a Republican nomination in the horizon. The Associated Press spoke to Republican National Committee members who were not Romney supporters but admitted he would be the nominee. Published April 9 2012

  • PICKET: H.S. student's traditional family mural censored

    Elizabeth Bierenday, a junior at at Pilgrim High School in Warwick, Rhode Island, found out her mural, showing a boy growing up into an adult with a wife and family, was so offensive it had to be painted over. Published April 7 2012

  • PICKET: Egyptian Muslim Brotherhood - Sharia law is first and final objective

    Delegates from Egypt’s Muslim Brotherhood affiliated Freedom and Justice Party were sent to Washington this week and met with White House officials and members of Congress. The Egyptian delegation’s visit also included a public question and answer period at Georgetown University. Published April 6 2012

  • PICKET: Is SCOTUS rope-a-doping Obama?

    Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia addressed students at the University of Southern Mississippi on Wednesday on a number of legal issues. Published April 5 2012

  • PICKET: Media misses the boat on Spike Lee Twitter story

    While media finally became critical of filmmaker and actor Spike Lee for recklessly re-tweeting (twice) an elderly couple’s address, his actions only received national attention after the Water Cooler blog last Tuesday pointed out that the address Mr. Lee re-tweeted did not belong to 28 year - old George Zimmerman of Sanford, Florida. Published April 3 2012