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Johnnie Walker producer to create Jane Walker

Johnnie Walker producer, Diageo, is about to create the brand’s female counterpart, Jane Walker. The company filed for the trademark recently. If you are one of those people who enjoy a glass of Johnnie Walker whiskey blend, you may be intrigued by this new alcoholic concoction that Diageo, the company that owns Johnnie Walker, is preparing for the near future. According to TMZ, the company filed paperwork for the trademark Jane Walker earlier this month. Not much is known about Jane, except for the fact that it is going to be alcohol. And not beer. Diageo had the plan...

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St. Patrick’s Day 2017 in NYC: places to be, things to do

This year, St. Patrick’s Day falls on Friday, March 17. In New York City, it is one of the biggest events of the month, with a parade marching along Fifth Avenue, numerous attractions and countless decorations, costumes and foods to celebrate! St. Patrick’s Day marks the passing of the most celebrated patron saint in Ireland. The celebration has spread, across time, in many parts of the world. In the United States, over 139 million people celebrate St. Patrick’s Day. According to a recent survey, people spent 35$ individually on the celebration of St. Patrick’s in 2016. This year, they...

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Piers Morgan won’t be deported

Piers Morgan won’t be deported. The White House press secretary Jay Carney stated that the petition seeking Piers Morgan’s deportation has been declined and explained the role of the First Amendment in this decision process. The petition had the support of over 100,000 signatures, where only a quarter of that amount is sufficient to determine a White House response, and was led by radio host Alex Jones. The man claimed that Morgan, a British citizen and CNN TV host, “engaged in a hostile attack against the U.S. Constitution by targeting the Second Amendment” and demanded that he would be “deported immediately for his effort to undermine the Bill of Rights and for exploiting his position as a national network television host to stage attacks against the rights of American citizens.” Carney showed in his statement, which explained the reasons behind the White House’s decision to allow Morgan to remain on U.S. soil, that even though he acknowledged that the Second Amendment guarantees citizens the right to bear arms, the First Amendment guarantees the freedom of the press. The press secretary added that “no one should be punished by the government simply because he or she expressed a view on the Second Amendment—or any other matter of public concern.” Jones had an outburst earlier this week while being interviewed on Morgan’s CNN program when he said “1776 will commence again...

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