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We live in an age of unprecedented freedom. Freedom of speech, for example. The United States Supreme Court has spoken. Loud and clear. The Westboro Church has a First Amendment right, subject to reasonable local ordinances, to picket military funerals...
Tags: Trials, Freedom of the Press, Politics, Prosecution, Prisons
KIAHA South Carolina woman faces a jury trial for her "ballsy" bumper ornaments. Virgina Tice, 65, was given a $445 ticket July 5th that accuses her of violating the state's obscene bumper sticker law. She was ticketed after pulling into a gas station in...
CHARLEVOIX — Charlevoix County officials have until Friday to turn over information requested by the Petoskey News-Review under the Michigan Freedom of Information Act, or the newspaper will file a civil lawsuit. The News-Review wants Charlevoix...
Clown-O-Meter: Wesleyan Grad Sues Fox Searchlight Pictures For Giving Him an Unfulfilling Internship-The mother of Matthew M. Donohue called Middletown police to say her son threatened to beat up her husband. Police told the Middletown Patch website they reached Donohue, 38, on his cell phone as he was driving and told him he'd be arrested if he...
Company TownChristopher Dodd: MPAA head Christopher Dodd said that Hollywood is pro-Internet, but opposes online piracy....
CNNScotland has the Loch Ness Monster, Roswell its UFOs, and in the Pacific Northwest there's the plane hijacker on the run with a bundle of cash named D.B. Cooper. Nearly 40 years after Cooper parachuted into the cold night air from a hijacked Northwest...
Tags: FBI, Salt, Politics, Sports, Air and Aviation Sports
The Petoskey News-Review filed a lawsuit Tuesday against Charlevoix County officials after they failed to turn over information it had requested under the Michigan Freedom of Information Act. The lawsuit, filed against Charlevoix County prosecutor John...
Q13 FOX News ReporterJust about everyone has a cell phone and a lot of us have two - one work phone, one personal phone. With GPS and location technology so readily available the ACLU wants to know when, why, and how local law enforcement agencies are using the information...
Thomas A. Firey's recent suggestion in The Sun ("Better pension reform," July 27) of a statewide "buy-back" program for public employees to reduce Maryland's future public pension should be vetted very closely by citizens and officials, given the...
24 Frames"The Flowers of War": Director Zhang Yimou said that he while he expected total artistic freedom during the making of the movie "The Flowers of War," starring Christian Bale, he also felt Chinese censorship limits filmmakers' options....
Jul 27, 2011 |Story| LA Canada
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