When the British media reported on Thursday’s poppy-burning incident in Kensington, they revealed the real name of Tommy Robinson, the leader of the EDL, while declining to publish the names of the Islamic radicals who burned the poppies and denigrated British soldiers. Now The Sun has discovered the names of the three Muslim ringleaders and splashed them on its front page.
In other news, high school and university students in Australia are outsourcing their homework to entrepreneurs in India, who provide custom-written essays and papers for as little as $2 each.
Also, in one of life’s little ironies, Rep. Ron Paul — who wants to abolish the Federal Reserve — will soon become the chairman of the House Subcommittee on Domestic Monetary Policy, and therefore one of Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke’s official congressional supervisors.
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