Our Saturday had started out so great. We were relaxing at home drinking really good coffees, watching a great old movie, and playing on Facebook. Then we heard the news that something terrible had happened in Tucson, Arizona — a mass shooting with multiple deaths and injuries — and one of the victims [...]
Entries Categorized as 'legal'
January 8, 2011
December 16, 2010
He wants one, as a pet, for his family. But after serving 19 months at the federal penitentiary in Leavenworth, Kansas, part of his release agreement was that he would never own another dog.
“My entire life I grew up with a pet in my house. The last few years were the first that I [...]
December 8, 2010
I loved John Lennon - all the Beatles really. Their music, their lyrics have become part of our popular culture. Just look at how often John Lennon’s song ‘Imagine’ is used in commercials, TV shows, movies. It’s pretty remarkable.
Sadly, John Lennon died on December 8, 1980, 30 years ago today. [...]
April 7, 2010
some are calling the age of obama ‘hope and change on steroids’. but frankly this is exactly the kind of thing that happen when power goes to a narcissist’s head.
The Obama administration has taken the extraordinary step of authorizing the targeted killing of an American citizen, the radical Muslim cleric Anwar al-Awlaki, who is [...]
September 29, 2009
in march of 1977, a 13 year old girl was given champagne and a quaalude and then raped and sodomized by famous film director roman polanski. polanski pled guilty to the crime but fled to france before he could be sentenced. for the last 26 years, he has lived free and been celebrated [...]
September 17, 2009
nancy pelosi says the problem is just a few bad apples but of course she would say that. ACORN has essentially become the political field staff of the democratic party. we also have a president with close ties to the group and there isn’t a whole bunch of conversation about that. [...]
June 29, 2009
reverse racism - but then we knew that. the supreme court has ruled on ricci v destefano. that’s the case of the white firefighters in new haven, connecticut who were unfairly denied promotions because of their race. this ruling reverses yet another decision that high court nominee sonia sotomayor endorsed as an [...]