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“A new investigation was launched, and last month the District Attorney’s Office decided to charge Fiorino with reckless endangerment and disorderly conduct because, a spokeswoman said, he refused to cooperate with police… He’s scheduled for trial in July.” – John Stossel, reporting on the story of Mark Fiorino who is being charged because he released an audio recording of an earlier arrest where he was harassed by Philadelphia police officers

SOURCE: Fox News

“The discovery of Osama Bin Laden in a military town less than forty miles from the Pakistani capital of Islamabad indicates, at a minimum, a lack of commitment by the Pakistani government to aggressive cooperation with the United States.” - N.J. Sen. Robert Menendez in a letter written to Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Defense Secretary Bob Gates. Menendez also went on to question the scale of the current assistance package for Pakistan, noting that after Afghanistan, the country is the second largest recipient of U.S. assistance, including $4.7 billion in U.S. aid and reimbursements in fiscal year 2010.

SOURCE: Yahoo News

“There are now over 30 Lenovo ThinkPads certified with Ubuntu, with many of these being completed in the first half of 2011. The great work with Lenovo continues.” - John Bernard announcing for Connonical (the makers of the Ubuntu Operating sysytem) that they are now collaborating with Lenovo to make sure that Ubuntu software and Lenovo Hardware make for a pleasant user experience.

SOURCE: Softpedia

There’s very little Christ, very little Jesus, in these people who are fighting Rob Bell.” – Eugene Peterson, explaining why he endorsed Bell’s new book, Love Wins.

SOURCE: Patheos

“It’s no easy amount to raise. We absolutely considered taking it off and capping the roof, but voices within the congregation want their bell, their tower. It’s symbolic. It’s part of our church.” – Glen Likens  One of the 58 parishioners at St. Mark’s Episcopal Church in Wadsworth, Ohio commenting on the church’s task of raising $30,000 if they want to see their 2,000-pound bell and bell tower replaced. They haven’t been able to use it for a year.

SOURCE: Christianity Today

Local pastor made up elaborate Navy Seal tale