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National Breast Cancer Awareness Month 2011

Country will go pink. On the eve of the awareness month for breast cancer, also known as the United States in October new Today / Gallup Poll showed that Americans have mixed feelings about the annual event. About 96% of 1004 respondents say the event was to make people aware of the disease. Almost 80% say they know someone who has had breast cancer. And the most important contribution to the cause, especially if the trade involved 84% of all Americans to “shop for treatment,” buying pink products to breast cancer binding. The survey “confirms what we know from experience – the people, to put an end to breast cancer and are willing to donate, volunteer… Continue reading

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Chris Christie for president?

Trenton – Speculation on the potential of the presidential elections, Governor Chris Christie Amped again Monday, when former Governor Thomas Kean told the Conservative magazine that Christie was thinking about jumping into the campaign. Keane told the National Review, that Christie was “very seriously” looking at the presidential election. However, a close adviser to Christie Christie insisted that will not run, and the major national Republican fund-raising said he had not received phone calls from Christie or individuals seeking support. The National Review article, Keane was quoted as saying: “. It is real is given much thought, I think the chances are much better than they were a few weeks ago.. ” Keane was a career counselor Christy Christy joined his long campaign as a teenager. “More and more say,” Keane told the National Review. “He hits the major figures across the country.” Christie, of course, denied all year that he would run for president in 2012. He joked with reporters and tried to think of creative ways to more strongly denies it has plans or hopes to work. He declared himself not … Continue reading

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Chris Christie Reconsidering 2012 Run

It all began anew Sunday, when Paul Gigot, the editor of the Wall Street Journal, appeared on Fox News and said New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was “very carefully” reconsidering his stance on entering the 2012 presidential race. Gigot went on to say there are “enough people who have gone to him now and said, ‘Look, this field is weak, and none of them may be able to beat the president.’” On top of that, the National Review wrote Wednesday that a top GOP donor and a “prominent” New York politico are both convinced Christie will enter the race. Chris Christie Reconsidering 2012 Run Only problem? Same problem as always: Gov. Christie keeps insisting he’s not running. At least not in 2012. His latest — and perhaps most telling — denial came at Rider University in Lawrenceville Thursday afternoon. Appearing onstage with Indiana Gov. Mitch Daniels (more on Continue reading

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Orlando Brown Passes Away At 40

Orlando Brown, a bruising offensive tackle for the Cleveland Browns and the Baltimore Ravens who was temporarily blinded in one eye by a referee’s errant penalty flag, leading him to file a $200 million lawsuit against the National Football League, was found dead Friday in his Baltimore apartment. He was 40. There were no signs of foul play or suspicious materials at the scene, Anthony Guglielmi, director of public affairs for the Baltimore Police Department, said. Orlando Brown Passes Away At 40 Brown, a 6-foot-7, 360-pound lineman nicknamed Zeus, was a stalwart for both the Ravens and the Browns. He was one of the highest-paid offensive linemen in the N.F.L. and started 119 games in his 129-game career. Brown was sidelined by an accident on Dec. 19, 1999, while playing for the Browns in a game against the Jacksonville Jaguars. When the referee Jeff Triplette tossed his flag, weighted with BBs, it struck Brown in the right eye, missing his helmet’s face guard. Brown walked off the field, but furious, he returned and shoved Triplette to the turf. The league suspended him… Continue reading

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