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Killer Suing Prison Over Porn Ban; Might Win

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A porn ban for Connecticut prisons might get overturned by prisoner’s lawsuit. WFSB 3 Connecticut If we applied the death penalty to all murder, we wouldn’t have to deal with this! What makes this case a threat is that the

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Supreme Court Destroys Trial by Jury

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Trial by jury means that, whether you are really guilty or not, if the jury acquits you, then you are acquitted. Once the jury has spoken, no other authority can punish you for that accusation. But it doesn’t mean that.

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These Are the Times that Try Men's Souls

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“A long habit of not thinking a thing wrong, gives it a superficial appearance of being right…” So wrote Thomas Paine in a pamphlet called Common Sense, which caused quite a stir back in 1775. It is widely believed that Thomas

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The Ten Commandments

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The Ten Commandments are a law that provides liberty! Here’s how: The airplane is free only when it lands on the runway designed for it. Any other landing will bring disaster and death not freedom. Over this past weekend a

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War with ISIS: Don’t Touch the Mountain

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We were told last week that the greatest threat to our wellbeing today is some new Mohamedean group ISIS who is ravaging the Middle East.  We have also been advised that the best security is for us to go to

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Thinking Reasonably: What is Justice?

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Americans need to be challenged to grapple with the question, What is justice ? The dictionary defines justice as: the quality of being just; fair treatment, and due reward in accordance with honor, standards, or law; rightfulness or lawfulness, as of

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Text and Drive: Legal for Cops Even When They Kill People

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The Los Angeles District Attorney has officially ruled that cops can legally text and drive, and will not be charged even when they kill someone. We know this because of the Milton Olin Jr., a former Napster executive, former entertainment

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Texas Court Legalizes Corporate Fraud

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Texas is an “at will” state but why should that give permission to commit corporate fraud? According to the Texas Supreme Court, it does. According to Main Street, here is what happened: In 2002 E.I. du Pont de Nemours announced

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Ignore God’s Law and Get Headaches about What Counts as “Consent”

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Behold the insanity wrought when men ignore God’s Law! From myfoxny.com: “California debates ‘yes means yes’ sex assault law.” College students have heard a similar refrain for years in campaigns to stop sexual assault: No means no. Now, as universities

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The Guatemala Failed State Is a Failed Society

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This horrible story seems to be about a Guatemala Failed State, though it doesn’t use that term: Exhaust fumes from the old, poorly maintained cars traveling beside us infuse our cab. We pass shanty towns — settlements of poorly constructed,

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Even If Minimum Wage Worked You Would Be Stupid to Strike For It

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Let’s pretend that minimum wage did not cause unemployment or price inflation (so that, you get paid more money that no longer can buy as much as it used to). Does that mean that, if you are a minimum wage

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What Are the Odds of Getting Contradictory Court Rulings on Obamacare on the Same Day?

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I’ve mentioned recently that, due to some pleasant surprises from the Supreme Court, I have allowed my cynicism about the Supreme Court to fade a bit. After today it has returned. Yesterday began, as you probably know, with a wonderful

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