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Here’s one you probably didn’t see coming: California Gov. Schwarzenegger is taking heat from LGBT rights groups over his veto of a religious freedom bill that would have ensured that ministers weren’t forced to perform same-sex marriages. I wasn’t aware we needed more bills to enforce what’s already covered by the First Amendment.
Look, I hate youths’ pants-worn-sagging-below-ass as much as anyone else, but you may have deeper issues when you start shooting at them and hit them in the ass (luckily). May I suggest attempted murder charges?
(via The Agitator)
As I suspected, it turns out the firefighters who stood by and let a Tennessee woman’s house burn to the ground were only following orders with many expressing regret afterwards. I had a hard time believing first responders could, themselves, merely watch on inactively as a disaster unfurled for something so trivial as an unpaid fee. I am somewhat relieved to see my hunch confirmed.
Insane but true: Mississippi lawyer Danny Lampley thrown in jail for refusing to recite Pledge of Allegiance in court. Always good to see courts of law violate the very statures they’re meant to uphold.
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