Conspiracy Roundup: Stealing From Charity
Rapper Wyclef Jean is coming under increasing scrutiny after an unconfirmed report surfaced in the New York Post about his companies' expenditures on Haiti disaster relief efforts.
The New York Times and Los Angeles Times both have editorials disparaging new bills aimed at combating online piracy.
A Kansas teen who told Governor Sam Brownback "you suck" on Twitter was bullied into making an apology to the man… by his staff. (She said hell no.)
"I've done a lot of terrible things, but I've never hunted a homeless man for sport. Can Richard Branson say that?"
This Vermont man is taking on the Big Corporate Lawyers at Chic-fil-A.
Are the crippling sanctions against Syria a conspiracy to bring down its government and impose another nation's ideals? Well, yeah… pretty much.
The 1% makes a case for our sympathy with this report that they're making less money (in bonuses) for 2011.
And here's a debate on whether or not the U.S. military is involved in opium in Afghanistan… what do you think is going on there?
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