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The Banana Republic of Massachusetts?

Like most of the rest of the United States, Massachusetts is fast becoming a banana republic -- minus the bananas. Tomorrow, we'll find out just how far gone the state is, when Judge David Ricciardone in Worcester hands down his sentence on an illega ...

Progress in the affirmative

The U.S. Supreme Court accelerated America's glacial movement toward a "color-blind" society last week by upholding a Michigan ban on affirmative action in public colleges and universities. The court's Schuette v. BAMN ruling is likely to influence o ...

California: Protecting sexual integrity of boys disqualifies you as a judge

The Gay Gestapo has made a big-time move in California. If you're a judge in that state and you happen to be a fan of sexual normalcy and want impressionable young teens to be protected from sexual predators, your professional career in the law could ...

Even a Democrat crime wave can't top media interest in Bridgegate

Please, try not to let what I'm about to tell you destroy your faith in the integrity of the national Democratic Party. Right now, a crime wave is sweeping the nation, and everyone in this out-of-control mob has a D after their names, even if most of ...

Liberals pressure Justice Ginsburg to retire

Last Saturday, Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg celebrated her 81st birthday, and shortly thereafter she got her customary "gift" -- a public call for her to retire from the bench. She couldn't have been too surprised by the unsolicited reco ...

Expert witness: ObamaCare good for 'Big Pharma, Big Abortion'

As the Supreme Court focuses Tuesday on the principle of religious freedom under ObamaCare, other issues of concern include health and who stands to profit the most from President Obama's Affordable Care Act. The high court is set to hear arguments t ...

Sheriff: Taxpayer funded sex change surgeries will be budget busters

Cape Cod's sheriff is weighing in on the Michelle Kosilek prison sex-change federal appeals case with an amicus brief saying court-mandated prison surgeries could be a budget-buster and a security threat to county jails, as the state claims they will ...

Salvation Army settlement may impact other organizations

The Salvation Army is settling a decade old lawsuit filed against it by the American Civil Liberties Union. Although that lawsuit only impacts that Christian organization, there is one issue in which it could impact other organizations. The ACLU accu ...

Hostage situation

The term "judicial overreach" doesn't seem strong enough in the case of Justina Pelletier. You might have heard of the 15-year-old Connecticut girl who has been taken away from her family for more than a year by child-protection officials in Massachu ...

Man sues rescuers who saved his life

A Colorado man who was rescued after he hit a washed out road and ended up stuck in a creek during a Broomfield County flood last year may be suing the people who rescued him and the county for up to $500,000. Roy Ortiz is filing the lawsuit because ...


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