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  • Send these the homeless masses
    Lower courts biased against Obama
    History will likely record Obama's actions as being courageous.President Obama is testing the limits of his authority and ideas, having to appeal to the Courts to uphold the Affordable Care Act, and now he must decide if he wants to appeal...
  • Automatic
    The idiocy of the political war on our guns
    For years now, there has been a “liberal political” war on guns. It makes no matter about what is going on in the U.S. regarding race relations, or the cops killing people for seemingly no reason, there are some that want guns taken...
  • Megan Huntsman in court in Provo, Utah, on Feb. 12, 2015
    Megan Huntsman, six terms of 30 years to life for murdering 6 of her children
    The state of Utah and those around the United States that have been following the case of a young mother accused of murdering and concealing the death of 6 of her own children were outraged when a Utah court dropped six-30 year to life sentences...
  • Hillary Clinton's Emails
    Attorney to NSA and CIA: Turn over Hillary Clinton documents now
    On the Friday, two days before her expected announcement thatshe is officially running for President, apublic-interest attorneyfor agovernment watchdog group threw down hisgauntlet and notified the news media that hewill not allow presidential...
  • A fajita
    Man laughed out of court for trying to sue Applebee's over hot food
    The fact that a plate is sizzling means you shouldn’t put your face into it and dump it into your lap, then try to sue the restaurant that served it to you. That, according to a New Jersey appeals court on Wednesday, should be “self...
  • SCOTUS
    Democrats think Obama should ignore courts
    A stunning new poll released today by Rasmussen found that a relative majority of Democrats believe that President Obama should be able to ignore federal courts. The February 20 poll comes as the Obama Administration faces a host of legal...
  • Justice Sonia Sotomayor
    Justice Sotomayor: 'We can't keep bending the Fourth Amendment'
    The United States Supreme Court heard oral arguments this week in Rodriguez v. United States. The case centers primarily around the Fourth Amendment, and how much police are allowed to ignore it as they harass citizens. If Justice Sonia Sotomayor...
  • Police officer found guilty of attacking paramedics
    Police officer found guilty of attacking paramedics
    A parking enforcement officer was found guilty on Friday for attacking two paramedics in a convenience store. The incident took place in Golden Hill, near San Diego, in April of last year. A video was also released to the public showing the...
  • James Holmes
    James Holmes' parents plea for his life, claim he is not a monster
    Theater shooter James Holmes’ parents penned a letter to the Denver Post Friday stating that their son is not a monster and pleaded for him to be exempted from the death penalty. Holmes shot up a movie theater in Aurora, Colorado in July of...
  • Montezuma County Courthouse
    Colorado man acquitted for fighting back against attacking cops
    A man in Cortez, Colorado was acquitted Monday on charges of assaulting an officer and resisting arrest. Shane French was attacked in his home by six police officers after his mother called 911 on him for “verbally assaulting” her....
  • San Diego Police
    No free speech for California rapper facing life in prison for 'violent' lyrics
    California rapper Brandon Duncan (stage name, Tiny Doo) is now facing 25-years to life for writing lyrics for a music album that law enforcement officials claim “promotes criminal conduct.”Duncan’s latest album, No Safety,...
  • Cleveland police
    Cleveland police kill defenseless woman
    While the nation waits with bated breath for the verdict to come out of Ferguson for the police officer who gunned down Michael Brown, it’s important to remember that it isn’t the only case of a cop killing an unarmed person. Far from...
  • Italy, circa 2014. Probably
    Italian court overturns convictions of scientists scapegoated for earthquake
    A group of six scientists previously convicted of manslaughter saw their six-year convictions overturned on Monday. The scientists were convicted of manslaughter after they failed to predict a 6.3 magnitude earthquake in 2009 that killed over 300...
  • Signing of a marriage certificate
    Same-sex marriage likely headed to Supreme Court
    In the first such loss for advocates of equality, the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld bans on allowing same sex marriage. The court ruling was a 2-1 decision, and it overturned lower court rulings in four states, Ohio, Michigan, Kentucky...
  • James Neisler
    Man sues prison after losing his toes
    A Littleton man is suing Correctional Healthcare Companies after losing five toes due to neglect in prison, The Denver Channel reported yesterday. James Neisler has diabetes and was refused medical care while incarcerated for a DUI. He repeatedly...
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