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San Francisco Cuts Circumcision Ban Proposal from CA November Vote

August 1, 2011 3:46pm by editor

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If anyone wonders how weird things get on a ballot, here's one: A San Francisco County Superior Court judge has cut a measure that would prohibit male circumcision. It was slated for the November ballot. Read more

Military Chucks Iraq War Veteran Dan Choi for being Gay

July 22, 2010 10:20pm by copythat

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The gay lieutenant, Lt. Read more

Police Officer Wins Vacation Pay for Time Spent Dressing

July 22, 2010 6:39pm by copythis

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A German police officer will now get an extra week off of work per year—following his demands that he should be paid for the 15 minutes per day that it takes him to dress for duty. Read more

Judge Says Constitution Protects Lying About Purple Heart Receipt

July 19, 2010 6:04pm by underthesea

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A Federal judge has declared a virtually unknown law to be unconstitutional: the Stolen Valor Act makes it a crime to falsely claim possession or award of a military medal or Purple Heart, the U.S. Read more

Courts Force Out Scribd Copyright Infringement Lawsuit

July 19, 2010 4:54pm by hearit

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Lawyers drop a closely watched lawsuit against document-sharing site Scribd and a battle over a book, the website standing accused of copyright infringement by a kids’ author. Read more

California Police Issue Cell Phone Tickets Despite Technical Law

June 30, 2010 7:20pm by copythis

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While California law says it’s illegal to use a cell or mobile phone without hands-free while driving, it’s not illegal to send or receive cell information that doesn’t involve another person accordin Read more

Citizens Could Become Criminals Moorpark Weighs Beer Pong as Crime

June 30, 2010 2:52pm by hearit

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The So Cal city of Moorpark might become less fun for restaurants, bars and patrons—even with a designated driver on-hand. Read more

Strangers Pay $3000 Debt to Keep Grandmother out of Prison

May 21, 2010 8:19pm by underthesea

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A Cincinnati Ohio woman with a $3,000 legal debt, from nearly 30 years ago, stays out of prison--all to the thanks to complete strangers who paid off the debt for her.
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Dora the Immigrant Gets Arrested and Plays the Devil

May 21, 2010 7:16pm by hearit

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Dora the Explorer's moving across the internet at light speed with Arizona's Immigration law-now exploring what appears to be issues of police brutality with her new 'immigrant' status. Read more

Arizona Immigration Law Questions Dora the Explorers Background

May 21, 2010 7:06pm by hearit

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Dora the Explorer's appearing to more than the miniature-sized crowd--the cartoon character now doctored up in a mug shot with black and bleeding lip, holding a sign that lists her 'crimes'. That's right, poor Dora's being used to scare the hell out of little people--and adults--everywhere. She's supposedly guilty of illegal border crossing and resisting arrest. Read more