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Gym teacher fired by lesbian boss for NOT being gay, lawsuit claims
  20 Dec 2013     7:08 am      Joe Saunders

A gym teacher with a wife and three children is suing the celebrity prep Trinity School claiming his boss was a lesbian who fired him for his “traditional family status,” the New York Post reported Thursday.
According to the Post, 50-year-old Gregory Kenney’s claims he worked happily for years at the school on New York’s Upper West Side – the alma mater of Hollywood tough-guy Humphrey Bogart and gay literary iconTruman Capote – until a new athletic director took over in 2009.
Kenney’s suit claims the new boss required him to coach three sports, one more than …

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Kelo Decision Follow-up
  16 Dec 2013     2:56 pm      Dave Blount

Remember the outrageous Kelo vs New London decision in 2005, by which the Supreme Court ruled that the government could seize whole neighborhoods and destroy them so that presumably politically connected developers could use the land? Let’s see how the historic ruling is working out for the Connecticut town:
The New London newspaper The Day reported Fort Trumbull has seen no new construction since bulldozers flattened the neighborhood and said the mayor’s new vision lacks “any clear path to achieve it.” …
The property grab began while a hotel, conference center, athletic …

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Retired Judge Frank Barbaro Admits to Convicting Donald Kagan on Murder Charge for Being White
  12 Dec 2013     2:11 pm      Dave Blount

If current political trends continue, the days when whites can get a fair trial in this country are numbered. In the most liberal areas they may already have ended:
Retired Brooklyn Supreme Court Judge Frank Barbaro wants a white man he convicted in 1999 of killing a black man to be freed — claiming Wednesday he based the verdict on his own reverse racism. The 86-year-old former jurist convicted Donald Kagan, now 39, of fatally shooting Wavell Wint, 22, during a struggle over Kagan’s chain outside an East New York movie …

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Marijuana Makes Big Gains In Votes: Will DOJ Sue?
  6 Nov 2013     8:04 am      William Teach

The Obama/Holder heavily politicized Department Of Justice is quick to act when any state or municipality decides to enhance illegal immigration law. Same with some states that pass voter ID laws. What about marijuana? So far, nothing when it comes to Colorado, which had perhaps the most amusing referendum
(CBS News) A proposal to impose hefty taxes on recreational marijuana, whose use was OK’d by Colorado voters in last year’s election, was an easy sell in the state Tuesday.
About two-thirds of those casting ballots approved a 15 percent excise tax plus …

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2009 Chimp Cartoon Used in Lawsuit Against NY Post
  30 Oct 2013     3:04 pm      Dave Blount

Muslims aren’t the only ones who thuggishly acquire political leverage by overreacting to cartoons. Fallout continues from a completely innocuous but inadvertently politically incorrect cartoon that ran more than four years ago:
The New York Post and its top editor must face a bias lawsuit brought by a woman who said she was fired for complaining about harassment at the newspaper and a political cartoon that some people said likened President Barack Obama to a chimpanzee.
In a decision made public on Tuesday, U.S. District Judge Lorna Schofield said Sandra Guzman, a …

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School Bans Balls, Tag, Cartwheels Lest Someone Gets Hurt
  8 Oct 2013     1:48 pm      Dave Blount

Under our rule by moonbats, the coercive wussification of America advances ever further:
[O]fficials at Weber Middle School in Port Washington [NY] are worried that students are getting hurt during recess. Thus, they have instituted a ban on footballs, baseballs, lacrosse balls, or anything that might hurt someone on school grounds. …
[D]uring recess, football is out and Nerf ball is in. Hard soccer balls have been banned, along with baseballs and lacrosse balls, rough games of tag, or cartwheels unless supervised by a coach.
As always, an expert is produced to support …

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Alison Renee Lee, Obama District Court Nominee
  27 Sep 2013     2:35 pm      Dave Blount

We could take Obama’s advice and judge him by the people with whom he surrounds himself. Or we could judge him by the people with whom he is surrounding us for a generation to come by packing courts with moonbats — for example, his nominee Alison Renee Lee:
Republican Sen. Lindsey Graham said this week that Lee’s nomination to serve as a Columbia-based U.S. District Court judge has provoked “concerns” among some South Carolina residents. Graham is a senior member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, which has not yet scheduled …

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CNN & NBC’s Close Ties to Obama, Anita Dunn, Bob Bauer and IRS Intimidation
  10 Aug 2013     5:08 pm      Warner Todd Huston

The ongoing revelations of the intimidation of conservatives executed by Obama’s IRS and FEC agencies are still coming to light but an interesting wrinkle to the story is the close relationship between CNN and NBC/MSNBC and those inside the administration perpetrating that intimidation.
NBC/MSNBC had recently hired former White House Communications Director Anita Dunn as an on-air analyst to comment on what is going on in Washington today. CNN has also featured Dunn as a panelist from time to time. Both did so ostensibly because Dunn is one of those most …

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Edward Snowden: Traitor or Hero?
  28 Jun 2013     12:16 pm      Rachel Alexander

A whistleblower has exposed the National Security Administration’s warrantless spying on millions of ordinary Americans, and conservatives are divided in their reactions. Dick Cheney and Michele Bachmann are calling former NSA contractor Edward Snowden a traitor. This may be the only time I ever disagree with them.
Snowden revealed that judges are approving warrants allowing the government to obtain “inadvertently acquired” information without a search warrant. This includes the contents of emails and listening in on phone conversations. It is ostensibly authorized under Section 215 of the Patriot Act.
This is terrifying when you …

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Bank Insecurity: Your Money is at Risk Through Cyber Theft
  27 Jun 2013     1:12 pm      Warner Todd Huston

We all, individuals and businesses alike, have this basic assumption that when we put our money in a bank it is safe. But is it? Apparently not so much as the experience of small business TRC indicates when hackers reached into the company’s California-based bank account and drained it of nearly $300 thousand. Worse, the bank and CEO Dennis R. Woods is claiming no responsibility for the security in their own bank!
Jon Fleischman of California’s premier political blog The Flash Report recently updated his readers to the ongoing lawsuit in …

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Texas Quickly Restores Its Voter ID Law After the Supreme Court Cuts The Voting Rights Act
  26 Jun 2013     7:21 am      John Hawkins

The professional race hustlers on the Left are moaning like it’s the end of the world because the Supreme Court shot down part of the Voting Rights Act. However, it was long overdue. As John Roberts noted,

Problems remain in these States and others, but there is no denying that, due to the Voting Rights Act, our Nation has made great strides. If Congress had started from scratch in 2006, it plainly could not have enacted the present coverage formula.
In other words, you can’t punish people in certain states today …

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How to Make the Track Team in Fundamentally Transformed America (and Get Rich Doing It)
  30 May 2013     1:40 pm      Dave Blount

Sports are based on the countermoonbat principle of competition. Unless the game is fixed, the athlete who performs best wins. This won’t last under rule by moonbats. As in so many areas, the liberal attack on sanity will be carried out largely through courts…
[Ervin] Mears Jr. filed a federal lawsuit against a slew of parties — a track coach, principal, superintendent and school board among them — after his son, Mawusimensah Mears, was kicked off the Camden County (N.J.) Sterling Regional High varsity track team. The elder Mears claims that …

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Store Owner Installs $350K of Surveillance to Stop Frivolous Lawsuits
  10 May 2013     4:46 pm      Warner Todd Huston

Supermarket owner Rafael Cuellar from Passaic, NJ, reports that he had to spend $350,000 to install 69 surveillance cameras, recording devices, and video storage banks in order to stop fake “slip and fall” insurance claims against his store. It’s a cost that just adds to the cost of living for everyone and is a perfect example of the abuse of the legal system that we see every day with this avalanche of frivolous lawsuits.
While the cameras also help Mr. Cuellar track and prevent shoplifting–another expensive problem in retail–the main purpose …

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Andrew Was Right: National Review’s Pigford Editorial
  2 May 2013     12:01 am      Warner Todd Huston

On April 29, one of conservatism’s leading journals, National Review, published a lead editorial on the Pigford scandal not only noting at the outset that Andrew Breitbart was right all along, but that the scandal deserves more attention nationally.
As it wraps up, the NR piece arrives at the logical conclusion that Obama’s expansion of Pigford payouts “resembles in organization and aim a criminal conspiracy of breathtaking proportions, and one in which the federal government was first complicit and then ultimately responsible.”
Just so. But along the way, NR gives readers …

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Five Years In Jail For Releasing Heart Shaped Balloons?
  25 Mar 2013     4:24 am      John Hawkins

Every heard someone say he could call a penalty on every play in a professional football game? Well, that is getting to be true off the field as well. Every day, you’re probably breaking laws that could lead to you spending years in prison without even realizing it. Anthony Brasfield could tell you all about that.

Via Natural News
When Anthony Brasfield released a dozen heart-shaped balloons into the sky over Dania Beach, Fla., for his his sweetheart, all he wanted was to create the perfect atmosphere of romance. What he created …

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Bait and Switch: Law Goes From Protecting Your Email to Allowing Gov’t Into Your Email
  20 Nov 2012     3:50 pm      Warner Todd Huston

A new law that was originally meant to strengthen the privacy of your email was recently re-written to allow government more access to your private emails and other digital files.
When H.R. 2471 went to the Senate, Democrat Senator Pat Leahy quickly rewrote the whole thing to allow federal policing agencies to have the power to search your digital files without a warrant.
As CNET reports it,

Leahy’s rewritten bill would allow more than 22 agencies — including the Securities and Exchange Commission and the Federal Communications Commission — to access Americans’ e-mail, …

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Democrat in LA Dist. Attny Race Gets Porn Star Endorsement
  2 Nov 2012     5:06 pm      Warner Todd Huston

Well, what could be better than getting the endorsement of a porn star if you are running for District Attorney? Nothing says “law enforcement” like getting the slut industry behind you like Democrat Los Angeles DA candidate Jackie Lacey has!
I wrote about Lacey last week when I found out she had abused her position as an officer of the courts in order to get out from under accepting the consequences of a car accident that she and her husband caused, but this new turn to her campaign for the DA’s …

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U.S. Senate, Obama State Dept. Backing Wrong Horse in Ukraine
  19 Oct 2012     10:00 am      Warner Todd Huston

In September, the U.S. Senate adopted a resolution threatening sanctions against Ukraine for the conviction and imprisonment of former Prime Minister Yulia Tymoshenko, a leader of Ukraine’s opposition party. Secretary Hillary Clinton and the U.S. Department of State backed the U.S. Senate, calling for Tymoshenko’s immediate release. But just this month, even the jailed PM’s closest ally, former Ukrainian President Viktor Yuschenko, has thrown her under the bus quicker than Obama threw Clinton under the bus over Benghazi. Secretary Clinton is making a major mistake trying to exert pressure on …

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Clint Bolick and the Goldwater Institute Quietly Transforming the Country
  3 Oct 2012     1:52 pm      Rachel Alexander

While national political campaigns and politicians are regularly featured in the news for their accomplishments on the right, one small state-based think tank is quietly grinding away victory after victory. The Goldwater Institute was already a leading state-based think tank when libertarian lawyer Clint Bolick came on board five years ago to launch a litigation division. Since then, Bolick has greatly expanded the reach of the right-leaning think tank, filing lawsuits against all levels of government to protect taxpayers and businesses from government overreach. Bolick’s favorite line, which he says …

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More Evidence Of How Broken Our Legal System Is: $7.2 Million For “Popcorn Lung”
  21 Sep 2012     8:00 am      John Hawkins

When juries are willing to demand that companies hand out millions of dollars on cases where there is absolutely, unconditionally zero proof that they did anything wrong, do we have a justice system or a lottery?
A verdict has been reached in the ongoing case of Colorado man Wayne Watson, who sued the manufacturer and retailers of microwave buttered popcorn that caused him to develop “popcorn lung” after eating two bags daily for 10 years.
Jurors awarded Watson $7 million in damages; the verdict came after a day and half of deliberations …

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