Friday November 21, 2014

Archive for the ‘Law’ Category

350-Pound Thief On Motorized Scooter Caught Sitting On Stolen Walmart Steaks

A 350-pound Walmart shopper was arrested yesterday after he was found sitting atop five stolen rib eye steaks in the seat of a motorized scooter that he was riding around the South Carolina store.  More…

He found the Jonathan Gruber videos — and no media outlet would call him back

The man who changed the ObamaCare debate isn’t ready to talk. “I really want to stay out of the limelight,” said Rich Weinstein, a Philadelphia investment adviser. The man who found Jonathan Gruber saying the health care law was deceptively designed and its passage depended on the stupidity of the American public said he did it because he was frustrated that his insurance policy was canceled, and his premiums wound up doubling.  More…

Charles Manson granted marriage license

Mass murderer Charles Manson plans to marry a 26-year-old woman who left her Midwestern home and spent the past nine years trying to help exonerate him. Afton Elaine Burton, the raven-haired bride-to-be, said she loves the man convicted in the notorious murders of seven people, including pregnant actress Sharon Tate.  More…

Federal drug agents launch surprise inspections of NFL teams following games

Federal drug agents conducted surprise inspections of National Football League team medical staffs on Sunday as part of an ongoing investigation into prescription drug abuse in the league. The inspections were based on the suspicion that NFL teams dispense drugs illegally to keep players on the field in violation of the Controlled Substances Act.  More…

Students Terrified as Police Officers Draw Guns During Unannounced ‘Active Shooter Drill’ At Elementary School

Students, teachers and parents were taken by surprise after an “active shooter drill” brought the Winter Haven middle school into lockdown as armed police officers burst into classrooms with their weapons drawn.  More…

Gov. Beebe to pardon son over marijuana conviction

Outgoing Arkansas Gov. Mike Beebe said Wednesday he plans to pardon his son’s felony marijuana conviction, arguing he deserves the same second chance as hundreds of other nonviolent offenders.  More…

White House says Gruber’s wrong, attacks GOP

The White House is denouncing comments from key Obamacare architect Jonathan Gruber that a lack of transparency and the stupidity of voters passed ObamaCare and is instead pointing a finger at Republicans. “The fact of the matter is, the writing and passing of the Affordable Care Act has been extraordinarily transparent.” This despite Nancy Pelosi telling Congress “We have to pass the bill so that you can find out what is in it.”  More…

Pregnant panhandler caught driving off in Mercedes

A woman in San Diego says she saw a pregnant woman begging for money later drive off in a Mercedes Benz. She stands outside local shopping centers every weekend with her son, sometimes with her husband, too, begging for money and apparently getting a lot of it, enough to afford a Mercedes.  More…

ABC-NBC-PBS-NPR-NYT-LAT-AP Censor Gruber ‘Stupid’ Americans Video

Just imagine the reaction of the liberal media if a video had surfaced of a George W. Bush administration official admitting that “lack of transparency” was “a huge political advantage” in selling the Iraq war and that they relied on the “stupidity of the American voter” to launch an attack on Iraq? That video would be everywhere.  More…

ObamaCare architect says he regrets ‘stupidity of the American voter’ remarks

ObamaCare architect Jonathan Gruber said Tuesday he regrets saying that the health care law was written in a way that took advantage of the “the stupidity of the American voter.” The MIT professor, who was paid $400,000 to serve as a health care overhaul consultant to the Obama administration said that a lack of transparency was essential to getting the law passed.  More…

White House adds fake buffering icon to Internet neutrality video pitch

The White House has put a fake "buffering" symbol and a several-second delay before the President’s video pitching his desire to reclassify Internet access under Title II to prevent ISPs from slowing ‘net traffic and turn the Internet into a government-controlled public utility. Check the “buffering” icon at the beginning, which is clearly part of the video production rather than actual buffering.  More…

China suspected of breaching U.S. Postal Service computers

Chinese government hackers are suspected of breaching the computer networks of the United States Postal Service, compromising the data of more than 800,000 employees — including the postmaster general’s.  More…