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A New York family is suing Facebook for allowing a crime scene picture of a murdered relative to go up on another person’s site. The picture was posted on the page of an EMT who had responded to the scene. He had no known … Continue reading
Arizona’s immigration enforcement law currently gives police officers the power to determine the immigration status of people stopped, detained or arrested for another offense if there is a “reasonable suspicion” that they are in the U.S. illegally. This legislation is … Continue reading
Obama Care is Law. But it’s still very controversial law. A federal judge in Florida has ruled the law unconstitutional. Most Republicans and Tea Party members want it defunded and ultimately repealed. On the other hand the health care law … Continue reading
A bill that is expected to pass in Congress will force the Internal Revenue Service to police abortions and monitor how Americans have paid for them. Theoretically, the IRS could require Americans to show a receipt for an abortion in … Continue reading
Due to the increase in New York pedestrian accidents while texting, New York State Senator Carl Kruger is proposing that a fine be assessed to pedestrians who text while walking. The allegation is that pedestrian accidents have risen because too … Continue reading
Economic times are challenging. Jobs are difficult to get. As a result, many young people have had to make adjustments to their plans, including where they choose to live.
As Japanese officials battle a meltdown at a nuclear plant jolted by last week’s earthquake and resulting Tsunami, after-shocks are already resonating here in the US.
On February 2, 2011, the Georgia Senate State and Local Governmental Operations Committee approved a bill that proposes to allow the selling of alcohol by retailers on Sundays in the state of Georgia. Georgia is one of three states to … Continue reading
Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak has announced that he will appoint a new government. This comes in response to massive riots staged by Egyptian citizens. Mubarak has gained worldwide attention by imposing a near blackout of internet, cell phone, and landline … Continue reading