Archive for September, 2007

The testimony below concerns the new controversy of the status of tobacco as a product in the U.S. (more…)

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Dems Propose 156% Increase in Tobacco Tax

To pay for the proposed children health program, the Democrats are turning to a familiar source: cigarettes. (more…)

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In what is shaping up to be a very interesting defamation case, a federal judge has ordered Rep. John Murtha to testify in a defamation lawsuit filed against him for commenting on an alleged Iraqi massacre. (more…)

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The President of Duke University today apologizes to the Duke Lacrosse students for failing to do more to protect their rights — an act strikingly transparent and tragically too late. (more…)

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A recent report indicates that former judge Michael Mukasey’s special security detail cost the taxpayers $10,000 a day and over $28 million despite the fact that many people in the government doubted a serious threat against him from terrorists. (more…)

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The New York Appellate Court ruled this week that a family court judge could not ban two homeless people from having children until they could get back their previous four children from foster care. (more…)

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Jefferson Tape: “What a Waste”

Juries often find tapes to be conclusive evidence. They pride themselves on their ability to read the truth from a source that does not spin or package a statement. Thus, the first reaction (as the FBI knows) to the disclosure of a sting is critical. (more…)

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