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Entitled to Their Opinions, Yes. But Their Facts? June 1, 2008

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The Times Op-Ed page, quite properly, is home to a lot of provocative opinions. But all are supposed to be grounded on the bedrock of fact. (New York Times)

For Dunkin’, a Tempest in an Iced-Coffee Cup May 31, 2008

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A scarf that the food celebrity Rachael Ray wore in a Dunkin’ Donuts advertisement on the Web has generated much attention from conservative bloggers. (New York Times)

Jesters of Different Faiths Use Laughs to Bridge the Divide May 31, 2008

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A Jew, a Muslim and a Christian walked into Drew University. . . to promote world peace through comedy. (New York Times)

Satan’s Accountant May 24, 2008

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Even before the showdown in Texas, Bruce Wisan was trying to save the Mormon polygamists from their power-mad leader. But they believe Wisan was sent by the devil, which is making the job infernally hard. (Portfolio Magazine)

Celtics’ success traced, in part, to the fortunes of a blind son May 18, 2008

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A city faces a second Game 7 in as many series. Its fans are on edge. Yet regardless of what happens today, the future looks bright. And Boston and its Celtics have a 15-year-old boy to thank.  (ESPN)

The Siege of State Farm May 17, 2008

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Dickie Scruggs mounted one of his trademark assaults on the insurer after Katrina. But his battle plan went wrong. (Fortune Magazine)

John Grisham, a former Mississippi lawyer and longtime friend of Scruggs’, is said to have loosely based his novel The King of Torts on Scruggs.

Manchester United vs Portsmouth (FA Cup Quarterfinal) May 17, 2008

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