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Feb. 25, 2011 buzz: Banksy, DOMA and Social Security FAQs

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Doyle McManus' Op-Ed about Social Security dominates for a second day in a row. Read on for the bottom line on the national pension plan.

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Friday's editorial about President Obama's decisions not to defend the Defense of Marriage Act applauds him for taking a courageous stand, triggering some backlash from readers who feel gay marriage isn't sanctioned by the Constitution.

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Banksy, Banksy, Banksy. The Academy Awards may see its ratings spike this year, and not just because James Franco and Anne Hathaway will co-host the ceremony in an effort to lure young fans. The televised ceremony may also attract the counterculture crowd, dying to see how graffiti artist and Oscar nominee Banksy will (or won't) behave on Hollywood's big night.

--Alexandra Le Tellier


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Animal Advocates

Banksy should not have been nominated. He should not be given an award. He committed animal cruelty in the film then lied about it on film. Photos and evidence here http://animaladvocateswildliferehabilitation.blogspot.com/2011/02/banksy-committed-animal-cruelty-in-his.html

Christopher  Thompson

Take a look at the NEW Banksy Doc http://www.howtosellabanksy.com/

Joseph Pearl

Being an attorney in Bakersfield CA that practices social security disability law your article is a benefit to my practice. Keep the information coming!

Joseph S. Pearl
Bakersfield Disability Attorney



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