April 12, 2011

According to the Pentagon, the first 17 days of military action in Libya cost the U.S. more than $600 million. Democrats pointed out the hypocrisy of skyrocketing military spending in the midst of deep cuts to social programs, while Republicans said they are OK with it so long as none of the money goes to Libyan NPR.

On Monday, former Massachusetts governor Mitt Romney announced the formation of a 2012 presidential exploratory committee. Romney, who is currently polling as the favorite for the Republican nomination, said he is looking forward to achieving his life-long dream of having his life torn apart in television ads.

Cisco Systems announced Tuesday it will discontinue its Flip camcorder business, a move that is certain to cause an uproar from college film student and amateur pornographers.

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