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#Ferguson: How about justice for these victims?

Somebody want to explain to me what Natalie DuBose did to deserve having her hopes and dreams burned to the ground?

Natalie DuBose sold her cakes at flea markets to save up to own her own shop.

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The Tyranny of Adulthood: Working on Thanksgiving

This Thanksgiving millions of folks across the USA will be sitting down for the annual extended-family-mega-meal. For some the tradition is accompanied by the ominous yet exciting warfare of commerce infamously known as “Black Friday”. 787 more words

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Local "Fracking" Bans Face Constititional Takings Challenges

Featured Expert Column – Environmental Law and Policy

by Samuel B. Boxerman, Sidley Austin LLP with Ben Tannen, Sidley Austin LLP

Recently, the citizens of Denton, Texas voted to ban hydraulic fracturing within the city limits, becoming the first municipality in the state to do so. 1,438 more words

Supreme Court

This Town Is Promising To Seize People's Pets And "Dispose Of" Them

“If anything ever happened to him…I probably would just shut down.”

Louisiana’s KTBS Channel 3 is reporting that the town of Moreauville, Louisiana has had all it can take… 436 more words

Chapter 2 The Magna What?

The Magna Carta  was a treaty or Charter created by King John at Runnymede, near Windsor, England, on 15 June 1215. King John had managed to turn the masses against himself which resulted in a civil war. 2,706 more words

Canada

Agenda 21: So-Called ‘Compromise’ with the Enemy is Idiotic

by Jane Gaffin

A version of this article ran in the March 21, 2001 Whitehorse Star under the banner Compromise is the Way to Failure. 1,983 more words

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