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    Costco sued over claims of slave labor
    Costco is being accused and sued for selling shrimp that was harvested in Thailand, under allegations that slave labor was involved. The California woman who filed the lawsuit stated that Costco misled U.S. consumers about where the shrimp was...
  • Judge Andrew Napolitano - Supporter of Nullification
    Bogus objections to Nullification are the result of legal and logical fallacies
    Since my last article, Nullification is the answer to Obama/SCOTUS lawlessness, I've heard the usual objections raised by people like Mark Levin (whom I like, but he's dead wrong on this issue). Therefore, I've decided to list specific...
  • Revealed Planned Parenthood videos show what we really value
    Planned Parenthood videos show how little we care about three things
    The recent videos that have been made public of a Planned Parenthood executive apparently selling aborted baby parts have caused a controversy concerning the organization. While surely alarming many, the videos sadly reveal three things our...
  • Maddow schools Santorum on role of Supreme Court
    Maddow schools Santorum on role of Supreme Court
    If knowledge of the Constitution of the United States and how the changing the law of the land were a prerequisite for being president, former Pennsylvania senator Rick Santorum proved Wednesday that he would not qualify. Rachel Maddow gave him a...
  • CEV Bible
    Exodus 21:24 -- An eye for an eye
    An eye for an eye, a tooth for a tooth, a hand for a hand, a foot for a foot. -- Exodus 21:24Many people do not understand this verse and consider it a petty and barbaric kind of justice. But this verse puts an end to retribution. It puts a cap on...
  • A partisan bill in the House and a bipartisan bill in the Senate have passed
    A partisan bill in the House and a bipartisan bill in the Senate have passed
    A partisan bill in the House and a bipartisan bill in the Senate have been passed---so now what is needed is a version by lawmakers that will meet the needs and requirements of education while satisfying White House concerns about the bill's...
  • Dowling Aaron Incorporated
    Sixteen Dowling Aaron attorneys selected as Super Lawyers and Rising Stars
    Dowling Aaron is pleased to announce that sixteen of its attorneys have been selected as 2015 Northern California Super Lawyers and Rising Stars. Each year, no more than 5 percent of the attorneys in any one state are designated as Super Lawyers...
  • Gay Marriage
    Does Gay Marriage Redefine Christianity?
    June 26th was a day of celebration for some and a day of grieving for others. I woke up late this day and logged into my Facebook account and my timeline was overflowing with grievous posts about the supreme court ruling that now allows gays to...
  • Adult Entertainment
    Adult entertainment, blackmail and a DEA supervisor
    According to the unsealed documents by Manhattan federal courttoday, former DEA supervisor D. Polosandemployee G. Glover were charged with false statements regardingemployment at an adult entertainment establishment with names such as Twin Plus...
  • The Rubios like life in the fast lane, Marco and Jeanette Rubio have had 13 traffic infractions
    Marco Rubio and wife living life in the fast lane with 17 traffic infractions
    Florida Senator and 2016 Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio has a driving problem according to a New York Times report published on Friday, June 5, 2015 about the candidate and his wife, Jeannette's traffic infractions. According...
  • Theodore Boone: The Fugitive by John Grisham
    'Theodore Boone: The Fugitive' by John Grisham
    "Theodore Boone: The Fugitive" is the fifth book in this series by John Grisham aimed at middle grade readers. True to Grisham's background, the young protagonist is destined to be an attorney and even a judge. In fact, he has...
  • Impact of Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015
    Impact of Medicare Access and CHIP Reauthorization Act of 2015
    When President Obama signed this act into law, the headlines screamed, “Physicians get Medicare increase in payments!” It is a good example of why it is important to really pay attention to the news. The true story is that the doctors...
  • Governor Abbott signs vaping legislation
    Governor Abbott supports flat earth over facts regarding vaping
    Despite all the letters, phone calls, and emails sent from those whose health has improved thanks to vaping instead of smoking, Texas Gov. Greg Abbott sided with big tobacco and other legislators who stand on the myths of nicotine instead of the...
  • A Federal appeals court denied Obama's request to lift an injunction on his immigration executive actions
    Federal appeals court rules against Obama's immigration executive actions
    A Federal Appeals court ruled against President Barack Obama and the Justice Department representing him on Tuesday, May 26, 2015. In a 2-1 ruling the U.S. Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals denied the Obama administration's request to lift an...
  • Ten Commandments and the ancient Near East
    Shavuot and the commandments
    This weekend marks the Jewish holiday of Shavuot, which is celebrated in part by the reading of the ten commandments and all-night study of the Torah. Shavuot is known as the giving of the law to Moses by God on Mt. Sinai. But what is the law? How...
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