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Feds: Man Admitted Putting Needles In Store Meat ‘Just For The Hell Of It’

EAST ST. LOUIS, Ill. (AP) – A 68-year-old Illinois man was jailed without bond Thursday after being accused by federal prosecutors of inserting sewing needles into a packaged meat “just for the hell of it” at a grocery store in his hometown for more than a year. 455 more words


Harry Potter Real Estate

Darling daughter and I are going to look at house number three (see “Make Believe Reality Show” posted on July 18th, 2014) today which is actually second on the most wanted list. 294 more words


Specific FEDERAL IMMIGRATION LAW Democrats plan to Undermine by UNCONSTITUTIONAL Executive Action

By John Hinderaker | Power Line

Jeff Sessions is mounting a heroic campaign to persuade Congress to block President Obama’s apparently imminent decree legalizing, in essence, five to six million illegal immigrants by granting them work permits. 161 more words


How the Obama Administration Defies SPECIFIC Federal Law on Immigration and Welfare

By John Hinderaker | Power Line

Immigration is in the news, and legislation is being proposed that relies on the Obama administration to execute, in good faith, the nation’s laws. 191 more words


Meet an election specialist – Malcolm Mackerras

This interview is the first in a series which I had originally planned to title “Meet a psephologist” and use as a series of interesting articles about people who study, work in and write about elections. 1,375 more words


Federal Judge Helps Reduce a Sentence he was Forced to Impose

I’ve complained about the inequities of mandatory sentences, and the problems inherent in removing all judicial discretion from sentencing. When you impose blanket rules, you will end up with unjust results. 305 more words

Criminal Law

Things to Do in Durham in the Summer (ep. 4)...

Go to The Federal and order a burger with garlic fries and a NC beer (Foothills Torch Pilsner)…