Juiced: A Week in One Gulp
For those who missed a day and need to O.D. on Vitamin C:
- The Juice's Thomas Francis interviewed Holocaust-denier David Irving, who claims his website and private email account were hacked. The touchy Nazi historian abruptly ended the interview with the mention of the Anti-Defamation League.
- Twitter is taking over, and it has claimed Boca's police chief, Dan Alexander, who frequently updates the public via his Twitter page. It's no wonder why this story was on heavy Twitter rotation.
- In keeping with its tradition for protecting the status quo, the Florida Bar Association ruled that Sam Goren, acting general counsel of the North Broward Hospital District, did no wrong when he gave advice to the board leading to the firing of the district's two lead attorneys and the hiring of Goren's firm.
- CNN's Lou Dobbs announced he will be leaving the news network for bigger and better things -- retirement in the Sunshine State. Our Michael J. Mooney compiled a list of Dobbs' retirement to-dos while sunbathing at his Palm Beach pad.
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