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Iranian mother and father spare their son's murderer

This Iranian mother and father also give us a small glimpse of what justice may look like in a libertarian anarchist society in which the harshest penalty is not always carried out and discretion is allowed to be employed. 416 more words


Christian broadcaster wins health care injunction

DENVER (April 18, 2014) – Christian radio broadcaster James Dobson has won a temporary injunction preventing the federal government from requiring his ministry to include the morning-after pill and other emergency contraception in its health insurance. 16 more words

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Wow! Chocolate's really interesting.

Did you know that:

Drinking chocolate was first  popularised in Europe by the Spanish who sweetened cocoa with sugar cane.

They introduced it to the Italians and the French – … 320 more words


Dollison: Unfit for office or Whistle blower?

Dollison’s Past Finally Posted In the Local Media…Or is it?

Last week, The Examiner posted the only real coverage at the time of Allan Dollison’s troubles with the California Bar: 390 more words

Election 2014

04-17-2014 The Search for Justice and Fairness!

I can’t even begin to remember just how many times over the years I’ve taken attorneys, the ACLU, and the court systems to task.  I feel I’m as qualified as anyone to bitch and complain about the system because of my long career of working with hundreds of attorneys, judges,and a host of criminal and civil defendants.  Everyday that goes by we hear strange stories about  how screwed up things have become  with the courts and unfortunately the weirder the story the more likely it is to be true.  … 747 more words

Just Saying Again

'Mesh Mask Bandit' Sentenced To 20 Years

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – A serial bank robber dubbed the ‘Mesh Mask Bandit’ has been sentenced to 20 years in federal prison.

Luis de la Garza, 59, of Farmers Branch, was sentenced Thursday afternoon in Dallas. 305 more words


Dallas Abortion Doctors' Admitting Rights Reinstated

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) — A judge has temporarily reinstated admitting privileges to two abortion providers at a Dallas hospital that had stripped the doctors of those rights. 216 more words