How the Benghazi Hearings Make Hillary Clinton Look Good

The biggest news coming out of the Benghazi hearings had nothing to do with the substance of its investigations. It didn’t have to do with whether or not Hillary Clinton had prior knowledge of the attacks, acted swiftly enough, or dealt honestly with American citizens in the aftermath of the terrorist attacks. What was the […]

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“Open-Minded” Lesbian Sues Sperm Bank Over Mixed-Race Baby

If you had any questions about the limited tolerance of the leftists who are most vociferous in their calls for open-mindedness, wonder no longer. A lesbian mother has lost a suit against a sperm bank for “wrongfully” impregnating her with the sperm of a black man: Jennifer Cramblett, a 36-year-old woman from Uniontown, Ohio, filed […]

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1964 Civil Rights Act Expanded to Include LGBT Applicants

The LGBT lobby has yet another notch in its belt. The 1964 Civil Rights Act has now been interpreted to protect LGBT workers from discrimination: In the past, courts have ruled that Title VII does not cover discrimination based on sexual orientation because it’s not explicitly mentioned in the law, but the EEOC’s ruling disputes […]

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Colorado Supreme Court: Employees Can Be Fired for “Legal” Off-Duty Marijuana Use

Even though marijuana is technically legal in Colorado, the Colorado Supreme Court just ruled that employees can still be fired for using it: The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday affirmed lower courts’ rulings that businesses can fire employees for the use of medical marijuana — even if it’s off-duty. The 6-0 decision comes nine months […]

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Silk Road Creator Ross Ulbricht Sentenced to Life in Prison Without Parole

Ross Ulbricht created the most famous encrypted marketplace on the Dark Web, called the Silk Road. Through it, anonymous users could purchase nearly any illegal thing, but the site became famous for drugs. Sellers were rated (by discreteness of packaging, price, and quality), and it cost money (in Bitcoin of course) to be added to […]

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Will the Supreme Court Force States to Accept Same-Sex Marriage?

Short answer: probably. The Supreme Court heard arguments on same-sex marriage yesterday, and I find it improbable they will come down on the side of states’ rights for this issue. For two-and-a-half hours — more than twice as long as a typical oral argument — the justices weighed two questions: Does the Constitution require states to license […]

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Children’s Court: Supreme Court Justice Kagan Cites Dr. Seuss

You would think the Supreme Court has better things to do with its time than determine if a fisherman should be prosecuted under Wall Street regulatory law for throwing out too-small fish and thereby “destroying evidence.” They apparently don’t. Beyond that, to add insult to injury, Justice Elena Kagan cited Dr. Seuss in this very […]

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