In Russia, the pen apparently isn’t mightier than the sword. Editors of the country’s most prominent opposition newspaper want to arm their staff with guns that fire rubber bullets following numerous attacks on local journalists. They are also looking into a possible weapons training program, which would teach reporters how to defend themselves in the...
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- Russian newspaper wants its journalists to carry guns
By Chris Perez - Friday Oct 27, 2017
- Pens Are Mightier Than Guns In New Campaign
Wednesday Nov 1, 2017
The "Transform a Gun. Transform a Life" social media campaign supports a joint program that transforms the remnants of confiscated illegal guns and ammunition into handcrafted Cross X Liberty UnitedCollector's Edition Pens.
- Is Donald Trump’s pen mightier than his sword?
By Leah Garchik - Tuesday May 16, 2017
Almost daily, we see photos of our man in the White House holding up documents he’s signed, his facial expression mimicking the proud glee of a toddler holding up the handprint he made for Mother’s Day.Reader James Brzezinski, whose challenging name may have led to a lifelong interest in names and signatures, has studied the presidential signature on the letter in which FBI Director James Comey was fired, for example, and is thinking that the president signs with the ancient family name that preceded Trump:Wieder’s suggested picks for Comey’s replacement include: the president’s daughter Tiffany Trump (“just accepted to Georgetown law school”); Mike Flynn (“has ‘lock her up’ tattoo”); actor Mark Harmon ( “‘NCIS’ consistently No. 1 in the ratings”); Trump’s son-in-law Jared Kushner ( “still has Tuesdays open”); Joe Arpaio (“‘se habla’ this”); and Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte (“makes Arpaio look like Pope Francis”).The Art and Poetry of Resistance at the Museum of International Propaganda in San Rafael, Patrick Gannon noticed a meter minder about to ticket his car.The parking enforcer asked if the car with a “Facts Matter” bumper sticker was his and then added, “I bet in this case you’ll hope that the facts don’t matter, eh?” She didn’t ticket the car.[...] Kevon Cottrell, who just watched the 2000 movie “American Psycho,” reports that 16 minutes into it, the lead character, who seems to be a wealthy up-and-comer, asks, “Isn’t that Trump’s car?” Later, he spots Ivana Trump.The movie, based on the Bret Easton Ellis novel, was known for its gruesome depiction of a serial killer.[...] according to an appraisal in Rolling Stone magazine, “At its heart, ‘American Psycho’ is a caustic satire about materialism and the empty feeling that comes with chasing it.”When Bernadette Peters sang “Am I Losing My Mind?,” “Send in the Clowns” and “Children Will Listen” at the Palace of Fine Arts on Saturday, May 13, Billy Cook and Julian Grant wondered if “she was offering subliminal commentary about current events in Washington.”In keeping with that, Will Durst, whose new show, “Durst Case Scenario,” opens in July at the Marsh, is wondering whether “this whole thing might be a plot by the pharmaceutical industry to sell more Xanax.”Mark Davis sent photos of an installation in which a neighbor had used a front fence to create a Mother Guilt Depository.
- Found sword belonged to commander of all-black Civil War regiment
By Associated Press - Monday Jul 17, 2017
The sword that belonged to the commanding officer of the first all-black regiment raised in the North during the Civil War has been recovered after being lost for more than 150 years. The British-made sword carried into battle by Col. Robert Gould Shaw was stolen after he was killed during the 54th Massachusetts Voluntary Infantry’s...
- Texans can now openly carry swords, machetes and spears
By Ruth Brown - Thursday Aug 31, 2017
En garde, cowboy! Texas will be allowed to “open carry” with swords as of Friday, when a new law permitting residents to brandish blades longer than 5.5 inches comes into effect. In addition to swords, adults in the Lone Star State will be allowed to carry spears, Bowie knifes, daggers, throwing knives and machetes in...
- Shareholders Demand More Drastic Shifts at Nestlé
By STEPHANIE STROM - Tuesday Jun 27, 2017
The changes requested by the Third Point hedge fund underscore the idea that legacy food brands must radically shake up their portfolios to remain profitable.