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is also habitat for humpback whales, the western population of Steller sea lions and northern sea otters. Harbor seals, killer whales and porpoise use the inlet. The Kenai Peninsula makes up the eastern side of the inlet and draws thousands of anglers every
join SeaWorld's board. The stock has struggled in recent years because of controversy over the condition of SeaWorld's killer whales , which hurt attendance. The stock gained 89 cents, or 5.1 percent, to $18.20. FULL STOP: Video game retailer GameStop
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State wildlife officials have been tracking many Great White Sharks off the coast of Cape Cod and are trying to determine a way to keep the Sharks from attacking swimmers in shallow waters. One of the ideas that they have come up with is that the need to get rid of the seals because nature is out of balance. Should we be getting rid of the seals or the sharks?
Louis Farrakhan is at it again this time in San Diego talking about the Mexican-American war, saying that he is “sad that Mexico lost California, Arizona, New Mexico, and Colorado” after the Mexican-American War “trickery”. Guest host Jeff Kuhner from the Washington Times wondered is Farrakhan trying to incite treason.
The court-ordered blinding of an Iranian man as punishment for throwing acid on a woman who spurned him has been postponed, but heated debate over his crime and such "eye for an eye" punishments continues. Majid Movahedi was due to be made unconscious in a prison hospital in Tehran on Saturday and acid was to be dropped into his eyes by his victim, Ameneh Bahrami. Ms Bahrami, a engineer, was blinded and severely disfigured after Movahedi threw a bucket of acid in her face in 2004 for rejecting his marriage proposals. Movahedi was 21 when he assaulted her. Should she be punished like he was?
New tape reveals a former White House czar blaming the United States for the attacks of 9-11