One man's hatred for the band One Direction led to an eight-month prison sentence.
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In Moriyama's work an antidote for this pop art society of façade can be found, ever as potent as the work of Raoul Vaneigem; an immersion into the stark melancholic beauty of the discarded moments of life at its most ordinary.
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An interview with the starchitecta tells of her work, her life and how to get it done.
As the first corporation to run for federal office, Murray Hill Inc. took up the challenge as outlined by Justice Stevens and filed a voter registration with the Maryland Board of Elections.
A new video contest sponsored by Student PIRGs (Public Interest Research Groups) is seeking entries that "show Congress that corporate persons should ...
It's not enough for corporations to have the right to buy direct authority over democracy. If we are to truly control politics to the utmost of our market-driven potential, we must own a monopoly.
Murray Hill Inc. is running for Congress. Until now, corporations had to rely on campaign contributions, influence peddling and high-priced lobbyists to get their way in Congress
With their ridiculous ruling last week, the Supreme Court has let loose the Pigs of Corruption, shattering 80 years of steady effort to keep big money from buying the country.
In the wake of the Citizens United decision, the first "corporate person" to run for Congress, Murray Hill Inc., has announced its candidacy in Maryland's 8th Congressional District.
I'm sharing with readers of the Huffington Post some exciting news.
I've agreed to serve as campaign manager for the first "corporate person" to exer...
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