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Lawmakers in Tennessee may have run afoul of the Constitution in passing a recent law. The law makes it illegal to “transmit or display an image” online if it is likely to “frighten, intimidate or cause emotional distress” to someone — anyone — who views it.
A man in Menominee, Mich. was charged with felony food stamp trafficking last week, after allegedly using food stamps to buy gourmet food, and then selling it to make a profit. Louis Wayne Cuff, 33, allegedly bought $141.78 worth of lobster, steak and Mountain Dew.
Thirty-four U.S. soldiers returning home from the war in Afghanistan were charged $2,800 in baggage fees by Delta. The incident came to the attention of the media when a couple of the soldiers uploaded a video documenting the trouble to YouTube.
Jon Huntsman, the former U.S. Ambassador to China, is different from other Republicans. The former Governor of Utah never criticizes President Barack Obama by name — an odd choice for someone considering a run against the incumbent President in the 2012 election.
That sure was a miserable jobs report for May, wasn’t it? The Labor Department said that after spending billions of dollars on Federal boondoggles, only 54,000 new jobs were created in the country that month. But here’s the real stunner: More than half of those jobs may have been from just one employer.
When the woman showed up at the Soroka Medical Center in Beer Sheva, Israel, she had burns covering more than 45 percent of her body. A tragic accident at her home in a Gaza refugee camp came close to taking her life. There was never a thought of turning her away simply because she was Palestinian.
Talk of efforts to create a North American Union has been derided by the elite as conspiracy-theory nuttery. But a leaked United States diplomatic cable proves the leaders of the U.S., Canada and Mexico have been working to create a borderless North America since at least 2005.
Is nullification authorized? The answer is “yes,” but not based on any argument I have seen so far from its proponents or opponents. From what I have seen of both sides of the argument, both sides suffer a flagrant flaw in logic. My purpose is to clear it up.
The chairman of the Republican National Committee called for Representative Anthony Weiner (D-N.Y.) to resign following the lawmaker’s admission that he lied about lewd photos he sent to young women.