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Terrifying: Homeowner claims stripper has family living in fear

Los Angeles, CA (KTLA) – A woman, who asked to be identified only as Carrie, has lived in her Shadow Hills home for 21 years. 397 more words


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stripper-tenant-sara I had strippers in the large classes I taught at the university. The maxim that strippers are bad news is true. Between the sex, drink, drugs, and car accidents, these women are walking, talking train wrecks.

Same-Sex Marriage Showdown: Idaho Ministers Told To Perform Same-Sex Marriages Or Face Fines

There is an interesting case out of Idaho that could be a critical showdown between anti-discrimination laws and freedom of exercise of religion. At the heart of the controversy are two Christian ministers, Donald and Evelyn Knapp, who own a Coeur d’Alene wedding chapel. 592 more words

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Is the former USA, now the USSA, so f*cked up that the government can force two Christian ministers to "marry" same-sex couples. According to Dr. Turley, conservative legal scholar, this is a defining moment for Constitutional law. I'll add that it's also a defining moment for the right of a so-called free people to remain free of annoying faggot pests who could easily find some faggot "pastor" somewhere to marry them. This situation p*sses me off to no end, but I'll defer to Dr. Turley's brilliant analysis of the case and recommend you read what he has to say while I try to cool off.

Negligence: The Duty to Unborn Children

An area that has been subject to controversy is whether an unborn child is owed a duty of care.   Let’s say a defendant assaults a pregnant woman, thus causing defects to the fetus. 130 more words


BEFPA - Business, Ethics..Finance Bla Bla Bla

I would like to take this opportunity to talk about one of my classes labelled as “BEFPA.” Just saying the acronym makes me feel nauseated. However, it has nothing to do with the sound you make when you are about to vomit. 346 more words


St. Louis police officer calls woman's employer over mean tweets about Ferguson

In what I would call one of the more bizarre uses of police power that I’ve seen, at least as it relates to the case of Ferguson, a  368 more words

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Judge scolds lawyer for bringing infant to court

Editor’s note: Kelly Wallace is CNN’s digital correspondent and editor-at-large covering family, career and life. She is a mom of two girls. Read her other columns and follow her reports at CNN Parents and on Twitter. 1,209 more words


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Featured Image -- 13146 The facts are not in dispute. A woman lawyer asked for a hearing to be rescheduled due to the birth of her baby. The judge denied the rescheduling request, so he woman lawyer brought the baby to court. The judge is a male. I'm going to upset some women readers of this blog by supporting the judge in this case. The new mother could have: 1. put the child in daycare for a few hours. 2. passed the hearing on to another lawyer. The article condemns males and condemns the judge for his "lack of compassion." As I see it, he's not paid to be "compassionate," which means giving women with children special treatment. He's paid for results. There are plaintiffs and defendants needing to have their cases progress. New mom had options. She choose not to pursue them. Babies do not belong in the courtroom. I should add that babies in the university classroom were also an issue at the university. Crying babies and unruly children were disruptive to the learning experiences of other students. The university allowed professors to set their own policies. Mine, like everyone else's, was that babies do not belong in university classrooms.

Oscar Pistorious is Being Sentenced For Homicide in the Death of Reeva Steenkamp As I Write

As I write it appears that South African athlete Oscar Pistorious will be sentenced to at least some prison time for the shooting death of his girlfriend Reeva Steenkamp. 74 more words