Do TV Streams Like Aereo Break the Law?

Do TV Streams Break the Law?

by AdriHead

The Supreme Court has started to hear arguments in the case for Aereo TV this week, which centers around a copyright dispute.

Who's the Most Influential Person in the World?

Who's the Most Influential Person?

by AdriHead

TIME released its list of the 100 Most Influential People in the World -- and the rolodex of inspiring individuals is powerful, to say the least.

  • Is Dick Cheney a Traitor for Outing Valerie Plame?
    Outed CIA agent Valeria Plame and husband Joe Wilson are now hitting the media circuit as a new movie about their experience comes out. And they don't have many nice things to say about our former vice president.
    975 opinions
    News 2010/10/22 19:00:00
  • Should Government Change Laws to Discourage Tax-Dodging?
    Republicans are worried about President Obama killing small businesses with his health care plan. But it's big businesses like Google who are killing tax collection by legally hiding their profits overseas.
    202 opinions
    News 2010/10/22 21:00:00
  • Do You Want Obama to Be a One-Term President?
    Even after notching more major legislative victories than any president in modern history, he still might get the boot. A new Gallup poll shows that most Americans want President Obama gone in 2012.
    2,257 opinions
    News 2010/10/22 16:00:00
  • Do You Think Liberal Organizations Will Now Pressure Fox News?
    Glenn Beck says that NPR's firing of Juan Williams is a sign of things to come - and that Fox News better be prepared to face more pressure than ever from liberals.
    332 opinions
    Politics 2010/10/22 11:00:00
  • Is Fox News a Political Organization?
    Comedy Central's Jon Stewart didn't waste any words in telling CNN's Larry King just what he thinks about Fox News.
    610 opinions
    Politics 2010/10/22 11:00:00
  • Should NPR Have Fired Williams Over Muslim Comment?
    Juan Williams had long straddled an odd line by contributing to both Fox News and National Public Radio. He crossed that line this week with some provocative statements about Muslims on Fox, then NPR fired him.
    2,486 opinions
    News 2010/10/21 18:45:35
  • Does Signing a Flag Really Mean It's Desecrated?
    Being a celebrity politician is hard. Just ask Sarah Palin, who appeared to forget one of the fundamental rules of patriotism this week at a Tea Party campaign stop when she happily signed an American flag. Oops.
    555 opinions
    News 2010/10/22 11:00:00
  • Is This 20-Year-Old Girl Qualified to Be a Mexican Police Chief?
    The economy is bad all over. People are having a hard time paying the bills and finding jobs. But most of us would never even think of taking a job that could leave you without a head.
    220 opinions
    News 2010/10/21 15:00:00
  • Should Teen Be Charged in Friend’s Murder?
    A teenager who broke into a Florida home with some pals is being charged as an adult with murder and facing 50 years. The only problem? It was the startled homeowner who shot and killed one of the intruders.
    305 opinions
    News 2010/10/21 15:00:00
  • Did Bill Clinton Lose Nuke Codes?
    We all forget things. We leave our keys in the house. We leave the stove on. But then again, we are not one of the most powerful people in the world. Shouldn't they have someone with them who won't forget?
    174 opinions
    News 2010/10/21 15:00:00
  • Is the GOP Resurrecting the 'Southern Strategy' for Midterms?
    MSNBC's Rachel Maddow says a number of racial incidents involving GOP candidates point to a return to the "Southern Strategy" that delivered the south to right-wing Barry Goldwater in 1964.
    628 opinions
    Politics 2010/10/21 11:00:00
  • Will the Democrats Cheat in the Upcoming Elections?
    Right wing radio pundit Rush Limbaugh says a recent statement by White House adviser David Axelrod proves that the Democrats have a plan to cheat in the November midterms.
    819 opinions
    Politics 2010/10/21 11:00:00
  • Should Our Elected Officials Have an Understanding of the U.S. Constitution?
    The U.S. Constitution? It's for other people! Don't hold it against Delaware Tea Party Senate candidate Christine "I am not a witch" O'Donnell that she doesn't know much about the country's founding document.
    703 opinions
    News 2010/10/21 11:00:00
  • Does 'Rent Is Too Damn High' N.Y. Gubernatorial Candidate Have a Point?
    Have you tried finding a cheap apartment in New York lately? The rents in that city are ... too damn high! Which is why "The Rent Is Too Damn High" New York gubernatorial candidate Jimmy McMillan might have a shot.
    249 votes
    News 2010/10/20 19:00:00
  • Did NYC Cabbie Slasher Get Off Too Easy?
    Michael Enright nearly killed a cabbie in August because he suspected he was a Muslim. The 21-year-old was released on $500,000 bail on Tuesday. Do you think he should have been let out?
    344 opinions
    News 2010/10/20 16:00:00
  • Should Schools Have Muslim Holidays Off?
    In a growing multicultural country, communities need to be accommodating to the needs of the minority. But with more minorities, there are more needs. Maybe some things need to end.
    2,778 opinions
    News 2010/10/20 16:00:00
  • Is Levi Johnston Qualified to Run the Town Sarah Palin Once Ran?
    Levi Johnston is like the friend who stopped by one day and then never left. His 15 minutes of fame have come and gone, but he is still around. Now what does he want to do?
    283 opinions
    News 2010/10/20 16:00:00
  • Is the Tea Party Unsophisticated?
    GOP pundit Karl Rove says the Reagan Revolution was a "well-organized, coherent, ideologically motivated and conservative revolution." As opposed to the Tea Party movement, which he considers "not sophisticated."
    241 opinions
    Politics 2010/10/20 11:00:00
  • Is the Tea Party Only Interested in Division?
    "Good Morning America's" George Stephanopoulos has a question for Sen. John McCain: why do people think President Obama is interested in cooperation, but think the Tea Party only cares about causing division?
    280 opinions
    Politics 2010/10/20 11:00:00
  • Is Beating Wife and Children OK as Long as There Are No Marks?
    Think we have it bad here in the U.S.? Think again. A court in the United Arab Emirates recently ruled it is OK for a man to beat his wife and kids if there are no marks.
    774 opinions
    News 2010/10/19 19:00:00
  • Are People Walking Away From the Church?
    So much for separation of church and state. While some religious activists were pushing harder on political issues over the past decade, young voters were being turned off in record numbers and abandoning religion.
    472 opinions
    News 2010/10/19 15:00:00
  • Can Meg Whitman Buy the California Governor's Race?
    Money is no object. That seems to be the idea behind former eBay boss Meg Whitman's campaign for governor in California. But after spending more than any nonpresidential candidate in history, is it enough?
    353 opinions
    News 2010/10/20 11:00:00
  • Should Campbell's Soup Make Muslim Products?
    Campbell's soup is about as all-American as apple pie. So when someone starts accusing the soup company of something we think could be Muslim loving, we're not sure what to believe.
    150 opinions
    News 2010/10/19 15:00:00
  • Is the GOP Done if It Strays From the Tea Party Message?
    Sarah Palin has been zooming around the countryside on a Tea Party Express tour, galvanizing supporters weeks from the November election. But did she also give Republicans a (not so) subtle hint?
    588 opinions
    Politics 2010/10/19 19:00:00
  • Does Our Future Depend on Math and Science Education?
    President Obama hosted a science fair at the White House to emphasize the importance of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education to America's future.
    237 opinions
    Politics 2010/10/19 11:00:00
  • Should We Abolish the Department of Education?
    Kentucky Senate candidate Rand Paul says America's education problem has a simple solution: abolish the Department of Education and let parents and local school districts take control.
    632 opinions
    Politics 2010/10/19 11:00:00
  • Is Multiculturalism Dead?
    The Germans have a problem. See, they invited all these guest workers to come and help rebuild the country 50 years ago and now chancellor Angela Merkel thinks that whole multiculturalism thing just isn't working.
    1,013 opinions
    News 2010/10/19 11:00:00
  • Is 'Man Up' an Appropriate Expression?
    You can land a lot of low blows in a political campaign, but questioning a man's manhood (or a woman's womanhood, for that matter) is usually seen as out-of-bounds. But no one told Sharron Angle.
    170 opinions
    News 2010/10/18 23:00:00
  • Should McCain Filibuster 'Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell'?
    He was for it before he was against. Arizona GOP Senator John McCain is threatening to filibuster any vote on repealing the military's "don't ask, don't tell" policy.
    417 opinions
    News 2010/10/18 15:00:00
  • Should Justice Sam Alito Attend the State of the Union?
    The State of the Union has always been a political event that all three branches of government have attended. But is it getting too politicized? At least one justice says yes, and he's not going any more.
    392 opinions
    News 2010/10/18 15:00:00

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