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  • Thoughts on Tonight’s Debate

    10/16/2012 7:49:04 AM PDT · by tsowellfan · 27 replies
    I have several things running through my head at the moment. Let’s discuss them one at a time. The format: I dislike “Townhall” debates. For one thing, discussions tend to be very shallow — even more shallow than usual. Getting beyond canned talking points from the candidates will take a minor miracle. For another, what serious questions can you expect from someone who is “undecided” at this point? As I stated in a previous post: Undecided Citizens!!! Just what sort of deep, piercing hot-button question could you honestly expect from someone who has paid so little attention to the race...
  • Mom says she filed complaint against judge over daughter’s ponytail-cutting sentence

    06/25/2012 10:32:32 AM PDT · by bgill · 23 replies
    yahoo.com ^ | June 25, 2012 | Dylan Stableford
    Johansen ordered Bruno's daughter, Kaytlen Lopan, to serve 30 days in detention and perform 276 hours of community service for cutting off a 3-year-old's hair... Lopan and her 11-year-old friend "endeared themselves" to the 3-year-old girl at McDonald's in Price, then used scissors to "cut several inches of hair from the little girl's head."... Johansen offered to reduce the sentence to 126 hours of community service if her Bruno cut off her daughter's ponytail in the courtroom.
  • Judge eyewitness to "felonies" by police at WTO

    12/21/2003 8:43:51 AM PST · by jim35 · 11 replies · 209+ views
    Miami Herald ^ | 12/20/03 | Amy Driscoll
    Posted on Sat, Dec. 20, 2003 FREE TRADE MEETING Judge: I saw police commit felonies A judge who said he witnessed some of the anti-free trade protests complains in open court about how police handled the demonstrations. By AMY DRISCOLL adriscoll@herald.com A judge presiding over the cases of free trade protesters said in court that he saw ''no less than 20 felonies committed by police officers'' during the November demonstrations, adding to a chorus of complaints about police conduct. Judge Richard Margolius, 60, made the remarks in open court last week, saying he was taken aback by what he witnessed...