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BREAKING: Boston Bomber Apologizes, Admits Guilt for Deadly 2013 Attack

Boston Marathon bomber Dzhokhar Tsarnaev on Wednesday apologized for the deadly 2013 attack at a hearing at which he was to be formally sentenced to death. 229 more words

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word: recompense

recompense

Definition: (verb) To award compensation for; make a return for. Synonyms: compensate, indemnify, repair Usage: I wish to recompense you for the time and money that you spent while helping my sister find her lost dog. Discuss.

Federal Judge holds that North Carolina law supports a release signed by the mother of a minor plaintiff to stop a lawsuit

Still not a decision by the NC Supreme Court which is controlling on this issue, however a very interesting case and a very staunch support of the idea that a parent can sign away a minor’s right to sue. 2,719 more words

Case Analysis

Another Court Victory Against Obama's Illegal Executive Order Granting Amnesty

Judge Denies Obama’s Request to Let Immigration Policy Stand

Julián Aguilar reports: A Brownsville-based federal judge on Tuesday denied the Obama administration’s request to let a controversial immigration program proceed while the issue plays out in the courts. 377 more words

Barack Obama

Fred Bauer: Pluralism vs. Sectarian Secularism

The debate over religious liberty has brought out some odd readings of American history

Fred Bauer writes: A number of forces are fueling the current debate about religious liberty in the United States: among them, good-faith efforts to promote the continued improvement of the Union, senses of cultural grievance, anti-religion paranoia, ignorance, self-righteousness, opportunism, partisanship, and new-wave authoritarianism. 793 more words

Politics

Friends of Black Rock are No Friends At All

As I was filling out some applications for art projects this year, I looked up the Friends of Black Rock Residency.  I saw the show at Liberty Fine Art Gallery in 2014.   962 more words

For Artists

PressTV: US federal judge reduces BP oil spill fine by billions

Sun Jan 18, 2015 9:27AM

BP oil spill affected wildlife in an area of 68,000 square miles (180,000 km2).

A United States federal judge has ruled that a fine imposed on the oil giant British Petroleum (BP) for the 2010 Gulf of Mexico spill be reduced by billions. 208 more words

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