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Column: Oldman's stance won't hurt insurance

Argus Hamilton

Argus Hamilton

Gary Oldman apologized to the Anti-Defamation League for his remarks in Playboy when he defended Mel Gibson's anti-Semitic rants as everyday slang. The movie industry has by no means given up on him as a talent. His agent set up a meeting for him next week at Medicaid.

The Cleveland Indians were sued by Native American groups for nine billion dollars over the team's name Tuesday. The native groups say the name is culturally derisive and turns proud Native Americans into a punchline. They want the team to be called the Lake Erie Indians.

The Hunt for Hitler's Millions is a TV documentary showing Hitler died a billionaire. The Fuhrer got rich off book sales, speaking fees and royalties from every stamp with his image on it. Hitler died owing Germany three billion dollars in taxes, but try telling THAT to the Gestapo.

The White House vowed faster deportation of illegal immigrants Thursday in the wake of the invasion of Central American kids. Nothing works. Last year, the U.S. began flying illegal aliens to Mexico, then they used their frequent flyer miles to get a free flight back to San Diego.

President Obama in an interview last week claimed the U.S. needs the immigrant children pouring across the border from Central America. He said they're needed for the future. Right now the U.S. birth rate is so low that the Maury Povich Show may have to cut back to half an hour.

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