Controversy Photos on Townhall

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    Posted: 4/4/2012 11:05:43 AM EST
    The cover, left, and first page of a notebook bearing a portrait of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin are displayed in Moscow, Wednesday, April 4, 2012. School notebooks with a portrait of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin on the cover have been causing a controversy in Russia since they went on sale this week. (AP Photo/Mikhail Metzel)
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    Posted: 4/4/2012 11:05:43 AM EST
    In this undated photo provided by Kupialt.ru, a notebook cover depicts Soviet dictator Josef Stalin in the "Great Russian" series. School notebooks with a portrait of Soviet dictator Josef Stalin on the cover have been causing a controversy in Russia since they went on sale this week. (AP Photo)
  •  - Ground beef is separated into one pound cuts down a conveyor belt at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Ground beef is separated into one pound cuts down a conveyor belt at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Posted: 3/29/2012 9:08:22 PM EST
    Ground beef is separated into one pound cuts down a conveyor belt at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside, California, March 29, 2012. U.S. meat packers' losses on beef sales have doubled since a controversy over ammonia-treated scraps dubbed "pink slime" exploded two weeks ago, with margins nearing their lowest in at least 22 years on Thursday, an industry estimate showed. Fresh & Easy says they do not use the ammonia-treated filler in their beef products. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS)
  •  - Packs of ground beef are seen in a crate at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Packs of ground beef are seen in a crate at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Posted: 3/29/2012 8:53:18 PM EST
    Packs of ground beef are seen in a crate at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside, California, March 29, 2012. U.S. meat packers' losses on beef sales have doubled since a controversy over ammonia-treated scraps dubbed "pink slime" exploded two weeks ago, with margins nearing their lowest in at least 22 years on Thursday, an industry estimate showed. Fresh & Easy says they do not use the ammonia-treated filler in their beef products. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS)
  •  - Jim Bannister fits ground beef into a bin at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Jim Bannister fits ground beef into a bin at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Posted: 3/29/2012 8:45:50 PM EST
    Jim Bannister fits ground beef into a bin at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside, California, March 29, 2012. U.S. meat packers' losses on beef sales have doubled since a controversy over ammonia-treated scraps dubbed "pink slime" exploded two weeks ago, with margins nearing their lowest in at least 22 years on Thursday, an industry estimate showed. Fresh & Easy says they do not use the ammonia-treated filler in their beef products. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS)
  •  - Ground beef is seen on a conveyor belt at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Ground beef is seen on a conveyor belt at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Posted: 3/29/2012 8:35:18 PM EST
    Ground beef is seen on a conveyor belt at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside, California, March 29, 2012. U.S. meat packers' losses on beef sales have doubled since a controversy over ammonia-treated scraps dubbed "pink slime" exploded two weeks ago, with margins nearing their lowest in at least 22 years on Thursday, an industry estimate showed. Fresh & Easy says they do not use the ammonia-treated filler in their beef products. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS)
  •  - One-pound packages of ground beef are seen at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    One-pound packages of ground beef are seen at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Posted: 3/29/2012 8:24:48 PM EST
    One-pound packages of ground beef are seen on a round table before being put into crates at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside, California, March 29, 2012. U.S. meat packers' losses on beef sales have doubled since a controversy over ammonia-treated scraps dubbed "pink slime" exploded two weeks ago, with margins nearing their lowest in at least 22 years on Thursday, an industry estimate showed. Fresh & Easy says they do not use the ammonia-treated filler in their beef products. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS)
  •  - Jim Bannister loads slabs of meat onto a conveyor belt to be made into ground beef at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Jim Bannister loads slabs of meat onto a conveyor belt to be made into ground beef at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Posted: 3/29/2012 8:18:14 PM EST
    Jim Bannister loads slabs of meat onto a conveyor belt to be made into ground beef at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside, California, March 29, 2012. U.S. meat packers' losses on beef sales have doubled since a controversy over ammonia-treated scraps dubbed "pink slime" exploded two weeks ago, with margins nearing their lowest in at least 22 years on Thursday, an industry estimate showed. Fresh & Easy says they do not use the ammonia-treated filler in their beef products. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS)
  •  - Jim Bannister loads slabs of meat onto a conveyor belt to be made into ground beef at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Jim Bannister loads slabs of meat onto a conveyor belt to be made into ground beef at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Posted: 3/29/2012 8:10:26 PM EST
    Jim Bannister loads slabs of meat onto a conveyor belt to be made into ground beef at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside, California, March 29, 2012. U.S. meat packers' losses on beef sales have doubled since a controversy over ammonia-treated scraps dubbed "pink slime" exploded two weeks ago, with margins nearing their lowest in at least 22 years on Thursday, an industry estimate showed. Fresh & Easy says they do not use the ammonia-treated filler in their beef products. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS)
  •  - A bin of ground beef is seen at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    A bin of ground beef is seen at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Posted: 3/29/2012 7:47:47 PM EST
    A bin of ground beef is seen at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside, California March 29, 2012. U.S. meat packers' losses on beef sales have doubled since a controversy over ammonia-treated scraps dubbed "pink slime" exploded two weeks ago, with margins nearing their lowest in at least 22 years on Thursday, an industry estimate showed. Fresh & Easy says they do not use the ammonia-treated filler in their beef products. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS)
  •  - Ground beef is packaged and placed into crates at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Ground beef is packaged and placed into crates at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Posted: 3/29/2012 7:43:03 PM EST
    Ground beef in one pound cuts are packaged and placed into crates at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside, California March 29, 2012. U.S. meat packers' losses on beef sales have doubled since a controversy over ammonia-treated scraps dubbed "pink slime" exploded two weeks ago, with margins nearing their lowest in at least 22 years on Thursday, an industry estimate showed. Fresh & Easy says they do not use the ammonia-treated filler in their beef products. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS)
  •  - Ground beef is packed for transport at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Ground beef is packed for transport at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Posted: 3/29/2012 7:40:45 PM EST
    Ground beef in one pound cuts are packaged and placed into crates ready for transport at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside, California March 29, 2012. U.S. meat packers' losses on beef sales have doubled since a controversy over ammonia-treated scraps dubbed "pink slime" exploded two weeks ago, with margins nearing their lowest in at least 22 years on Thursday, an industry estimate showed. Fresh & Easy says they do not use the ammonia-treated filler in their beef products. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS)
  •  - Ground beef wait to be put into crates at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Ground beef wait to be put into crates at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Posted: 3/29/2012 7:38:34 PM EST
    One pound packages of ground beef is seen on a round table to be put into crates at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside, California March 29, 2012. U.S. meat packers' losses on beef sales have doubled since a controversy over ammonia-treated scraps dubbed "pink slime" exploded two weeks ago, with margins nearing their lowest in at least 22 years on Thursday, an industry estimate showed. Fresh & Easy says they do not use the ammonia-treated filler in their beef products. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS)
  •  - Ground beef is packaged and placed into crates at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Ground beef is packaged and placed into crates at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Posted: 3/29/2012 7:36:28 PM EST
    Ground beef in one pound cuts are packaged and placed into crates at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside, California March 29, 2012. U.S. meat packers' losses on beef sales have doubled since a controversy over ammonia-treated scraps dubbed "pink slime" exploded two weeks ago, with margins nearing their lowest in at least 22 years on Thursday, an industry estimate showed. Fresh & Easy says they do not use the ammonia-treated filler in their beef products. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS)
  •  - Ground beef is packaged at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Ground beef is packaged at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Posted: 3/29/2012 7:34:58 PM EST
    Ground beef in one pound cuts are packaged at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside, California, March 29, 2012. U.S. meat packers' losses on beef sales have doubled since a controversy over ammonia-treated scraps dubbed "pink slime" exploded two weeks ago, with margins nearing their lowest in at least 22 years on Thursday, an industry estimate showed. Fresh & Easy says they do not use the ammonia-treated filler in their beef products. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS)
  •  - Workers ground beef into crates at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Workers ground beef into crates at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Posted: 3/29/2012 7:33:20 PM EST
    Workers called associates load one pound packages of ground beef into crates at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside, California, March 29, 2012. U.S. meat packers' losses on beef sales have doubled since a controversy over ammonia-treated scraps dubbed "pink slime" exploded two weeks ago, with margins nearing their lowest in at least 22 years on Thursday, an industry estimate showed. Fresh & Easy says they do not use the ammonia-treated filler in their beef products. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo (UNITED STATES - Tags: FOOD ANIMALS BUSINESS)
  •  - Ground beef waits to be packaged at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Ground beef waits to be packaged at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Posted: 3/29/2012 7:30:31 PM EST
    Ground beef in one pound cuts makes its way down a conveyor belt to be packaged at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside, California March 29, 2012. U.S. meat packers' losses on beef sales have doubled since a controversy over ammonia-treated scraps dubbed "pink slime" exploded two weeks ago, with margins nearing their lowest in at least 22 years on Thursday, an industry estimate showed. Fresh & Easy says they do not use the ammonia-treated filler in their beef products. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS)
  •  - Ground beef waits to be packaged at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Ground beef waits to be packaged at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Posted: 3/29/2012 7:29:20 PM EST
    Ground beef in one pound cuts makes its way down a conveyor belt to be packaged at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside, California March 29, 2012. U.S. meat packers' losses on beef sales have doubled since a controversy over ammonia-treated scraps dubbed "pink slime" exploded two weeks ago, with margins nearing their lowest in at least 22 years on Thursday, an industry estimate showed. Fresh & Easy says they do not use the ammonia-treated filler in their beef products. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS)
  •  - Ground beef is separated into one pound cuts at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Ground beef is separated into one pound cuts at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Posted: 3/29/2012 7:26:29 PM EST
    Ground beef is separated into one pound cuts as it makes its way down a conveyor belt to be packaged at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside, California March 29, 2012. U.S. meat packers' losses on beef sales have doubled since a controversy over ammonia-treated scraps dubbed "pink slime" exploded two weeks ago, with margins nearing their lowest in at least 22 years on Thursday, an industry estimate showed. Fresh & Easy says they do not use the ammonia-treated filler in their beef products. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS)
  •  - Ground beef waits to be packaged at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Ground beef waits to be packaged at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside

    Posted: 3/29/2012 7:24:56 PM EST
    Ground beef in one pound cuts makes its way down a conveyor belt to be packaged at the Fresh & Easy Neighborhood Market meat processing facility in Riverside, California March 29, 2012. U.S. meat packers' losses on beef sales have doubled since a controversy over ammonia-treated scraps dubbed "pink slime" exploded two weeks ago, with margins nearing their lowest in at least 22 years on Thursday, an industry estimate showed. Fresh & Easy says they do not use the ammonia-treated filler in their beef products. REUTERS/Alex Gallardo (UNITED STATES - Tags: ANIMALS BUSINESS)


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