In anticipation of a reprise of poppy-burning at tomorrow’s Remembrance Day ceremonies in London, British Home Secretary Theresa May has banned the organization Muslims Against Crusades. There are reports that MAC leader Anjem Choudary’s properties have been raided by police.
In other news, information has emerged showing that labor union pension funds in the USA are massively underfunded. The union plans will either have to raise premiums, reduce benefits, be bailed out by the government, or some combination of all three.
Meanwhile, a spokesman for the Obama administration says that the USA may be willing to support a Muslim Brotherhood government in Egypt, provided that it achieves power via free and fair elections.
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