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A Few Notes On the POLITICO Situation

There’s a couple more things I think I should say about this whole nightmare… First, I want to take this time to thank everybody for the outpouring of support that I’ve received up until now. I can’t say thank you enough. Second, I think it’s important to note, as Ed Morrissey and Instapundit do, that POLITICO easily could have taken a much more civil and decent approach to this if they were really concerned about people confusing my site with theirs… I most certainly would have been open to working with them to figure something out. Now, instead, I’m going

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POLITICO Threatens to Sue Me

Today I received a cease and desist letter from Dow Lohnes PLLC on behalf of Capitol News Company LLC which is the publisher of POLITICO. They claim that my domain name “thecollegepolitico.com” and its contents are “confusingly similar” to their trademarks. They then make absurd unfounded claims that I somehow specifically choose to use the term “politico” in my name to steal their readers and confuse them into thinking that POLITICO is a tiny conservative college opinion blog run by a single person. They replay this same argument several times and then “demand” that I, within 10 days, stop all use

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Fox Business Wins Suit Against Treasury

Looks like the Treasury will actually how to tell us all how they’re wasting our money. That’s the end result of Fox Business Network’s Freedom of Information Act lawsuit against them: FOX Business Network has won a victory against the Treasury Department in its Freedom of Information Act request for details about the government’s bailout plan. Judge Richard J. Holwell of the U.S. District Court for the Southern District of New York said in a decision Friday that the government is directed to comply with FOX Business’s request under the FOIA “within 30 days and to produce a Vaughn index

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Murtha may have to testify in the defamation suit against him

(Via AAEC) Although it shouldn’t take a court order for a congressman to admit he made a horrible and despicable mistake in the case of the weasel dirt bag Rep. John Murtha it probably will. Actually, it will probably take several court orders since Murtha has already appealed one requiring him to make a deposition. What a slap in honor’s face Murtha’s conduct and his reelection is. Here is the article on the state of the suit by Marine Staff Sgt. Frank Wuterich against Murtha. When will this guy do the right thing and retire? He has become an absolute

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