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Time now for our hits and misses of the week -- first -- Well you know -- we don't know -- Guantanamo prison shut down exactly a year ago on the orders of -- wait sorry.
No actually Guantanamo prison is still open under president Obama and the story is that we are now can have military tribunals taking place to try some of the terrorists were being held there this is a sign that the Obama administration despite.
All of the rhetoric of its candidacy has extended has continued the tradition that was established by President Bush.
Kudos to the administration for regaining a sense of the reality that we're dealing with some of these prisoners I'm only sorry it took so long all right -- A miss to the Hollywood academy for this week refusing.
To get nominations.
Oscar nominations to to the most profoundly influential -- -- got married to this last year waiting for Superman and the lottery.
Both dealt with the appalling state of public -- education teachers unions.
And about the the -- -- school choice maybe this isn't a surprise for an industry that itself -- under the -- of unions -- from an academy that routinely uses two nominations to score liberal political points but if you were looking for an excuse not to watch the Oscars again this year.
Area I don't know I'd need that excused him are.
I think where this leads ideas and this week goes to courtesy of state senator from New York Carl Kruger.
Who was introduced a bill this week to ban the wearing of head phones.
Could be for your iPod or anything else while you are crossing the street you'll get a fine for a hundred dollars the policeman catches you.
He thinks that -- gonna stop traffic accidents it's the nanny state gone.
Troops -- -- York that's it for this week's edition of the journal editorial.
Report thanks to my panel and all of you I'm Paula to go and hope to see you right here next week.
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