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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

March 27, 2012 - Morning Headlines

- North Korea says it will go ahead with its ballistic missile launch in spite of pressure from Obama (CNN):

- The U.S. Supreme Court is scheduled to listen to arguments regarding the Affordable Care Act's individual mandate provision today (Fox News):

- As protesters march across the country, a police report claims that George Zimmerman initially reported that Trayvon Martin attempted to reach for Zimmerman's gun during their brief altercation (ABC News):

- According to a CBS poll of 986 adults, support for the war in Afghanistan has reached an all-time low (CBS News):

1 comment:

  1. This Trayvon Martin $HIT is getting out of control. The public opinion court keeps protesting and chanting for justice, but it seems their only form of justice is if Zimmerman gets arrested. What if GZ IS telling the truth 100%? What if he was attacked and defended himself? Sure, you can make the argument "well, TM only had skittles" but that's irrelevant. GZ shouldn't be put through any kind of punishment or harm at all. No degree is okay. He should protect himself. The point is, the court of public opinion needs to simmer down and let the justice system do its job. Just because this was a black kid doesn't make it any different. The media is blowing this out of proportion to make "gun-yielding GOP types look bad."

    Say, where was the media during these cases:

    Oh, I guess blacks killing whites isn't good enough for a protest?