Thursday, November 25, 2010

Short Takes

South Korea toughens up its defenses on the islands.

China is wary of the sabre-rattling going on in their backyard.

Ireland unveils its austerity plans.

It seems that a lot of people opted out of National Opt-Out Day.

Sen. Jon Kyl (R-AZ) outlines his reason for being against the New START Treaty: It’s because Barack Obama is the president, that’s why.

The U.S. is dropping the color-coded alert system.

Charges have been dropped against the accused cat-killer in Palmetto Bay, Florida.

Million-dollar legislature: A lot of the people that make the laws in Florida are very rich.