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NM traffic cops create unbelievable invasion of privacy

A Lordsburg man has filed a lawsuit in U.S. District Court in Albuquerque alleging that what started as a routine traffic stop ended with him being detained for 15 hours by police and subjected to eight invasive body searches, including a colonoscopy ...

Fast & Furious: Not so fast

[caption id="attachment_3045" align="alignright" width="300"] (File Photo)[/caption]Whether the issue is ObamaCare or an executive diktat, President Obama's idea of "negotiation" is, quite simply, his way or the highway. How refreshing it is to see a ...

ACLU goes after Ten Commandments once again

The American Civil Liberties Union of Oklahoma is suing the state in an attempt to have a Ten Commandments monument removed from the Capitol grounds. The monument was paid for privately (by Rep. Mike Ritze, R-Broken Arrow, and his family) and has bee ...

Judge rules baby can't be named Messiah

A judge in Tennessee has ruled an infant boy cannot be named Messiah. Jaleesa Martin of Newport is appealing the decision by 4th Judicial District Judge Lu Ann Ballew Thursday that her 7-month-old son's name is to be changed permanently from Messiah ...

Fort Hood suspect's fool of a lawyer

By any measure, the murder trial of Maj. Nidal Hasan, the Army psychiatrist who went on a shooting rampage at Fort Hood in Texas nearly four years ago, is off to a curious start. First, he called himself a "mujahedin" and then promised that "the evid ...

Demolishing marriage through compliant judges

It didn't take long for the ACLU to push the recent Supreme Court ruling on homosexual marriage to the extreme. The ACLU is filing challenges to overturn the will of voters and lawmakers protecting marriage in Virginia and Pennsylvania. Similar chall ...

They'll need a bigger bed for the honeymoon

No closet was big enough to hold Anthony M. Kennedy, but he came out of something dank and dark somewhere to liberate the gay caballeros. It certainly wasn't the law. Not even the law could accommodate the purple emotional theatrics he poured into th ...

Will Zimmerman walk?

The prosecution overreached. Manslaughter, maybe. I wouldn't bet on it. But a second-degree murder conviction for George Zimmerman looks ever more doubtful. Civic leaders, mindful that public assumptions about the shooting death of Trayvon Martin are ...

The high court gleefully defamed Christians

By accusing backers of traditional marriage of being motivated only by animus against homosexuals, the U.S. Supreme Court has become the most prominent hate group in the country. It's hateful to defame people by falsely accusing them of bigotry. If y ...

Miranda rights or public safety?

The FBI and the rest of a crack U.S. interrogation team wanted to question the remaining marathon bombing suspect in his Boston hospital room without his lawyer because of what they fear: undiscovered explosive devices that could still kill and possi ...


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