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Why Alcohol is Legal Federally and Marijuana is Not

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During the second Republican playground shouting match debate, Carly Fiorina had some words to say about alcohol and marijuana: We are misleading young people when we tell them that marijuana is just like having a beer. It’s not. Fiorina is exactly

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Hillary Clinton Courting the Private Prison Lobby

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According to an article in The Intercept, the private prison lobby is working closely with Hillary Clinton to fund her 2016 presidential run: Last week, Clinton and other candidates revealed a number of lobbyists who are serving as “bundlers” for their campaigns. Bundlers

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Judge tells IRS to Stop Protecting Obama Administration!


White House emails to the IRS about individual tax returns cannot be exempted by the embattled agency under the Freedom of Information Act, a federal judge ruled late Friday. United States District Court Judge Amy Berman Jackson ruled Section 6103

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Do Republican Voters Want to Decriminalize Marijuana?

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A recent poll posted in Marijuana Majority indicates that a large number of Republicans think the Federal government should honor state marijuana laws: According to the poll, Republican voters believe the next president should do more to respect state marijuana

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The Absurd “Dog-Authorized” Civil Forfeiture Case Reversed by Honest Judge

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Civil forfeiture laws look a whole lot like legalized highway robbery. Because that’s basically what they are. And because of the fact that they constitute basically free money for federal and state governments, it’s highly unlikely for civil forfeitures to

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Liberal DC Wants to Give Non-Citizens the Right to Vote


District of Columbia council members voiced their support Wednesday for a new law that would allow non-citizens to vote in local elections. “These are residents who are well on their paths to citizenship,” Councilman David Grosso said. ”Unfortunately not all of our

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Same Old Trick: Hillary Calls Illegal Immigrants Simply 'Immigrants'

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During her first major interview that wasn’t staged, Hillary Clinton continued her policy of outright lies and stunning manipulation of words. It’s fascinating to watch and make comparisons. I watched an interview with Ted Cruz yesterday in which he discusses

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"The Supreme Court is Completely Out of Control" says GOP Presidential Candidate

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Louisiana Governor Bobby Jindal took no time in condemning the Supreme Court Friday for their decision to legalize gay marriage. “The Supreme Court is completely out of control, making laws on their own, and has become a public opinion poll instead of

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Gay Marriage is Legal: What Marriage 'Rights' Are Next?


“Gay marriage is going to happen. It must.” – Lady Gaga It did. Now what? Friday, my Facebook feed was wall-to-wall rainbows; profile pictures, cover photos, status updates, all celebrating the SCOTUS victory for gay marriage. I saw the phrases “love

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

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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

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New York Judge says it's Racist to Expect Teachers to Know Things


A federal judge in New York has struck down a test used by New York City to vet potential teachers, finding the test of knowledge illegally discriminated against racial minorities due to their lower scores. At first glance, the city’s second

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Would a Ban on Marriage Licenses Fix the Same-Sex Marriage Problem?

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The state of Alabama recently passed a law effectively repealing marriage licenses. According to the bill, the state would view marriages as contracts, but would have no control or authority on the question of marriage, as such: In an effort

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