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Ominous Ruling For Boehner Lawsuit? Federal Judge Tosses Senator’s Obamacare Suit

Ominous Ruling For Boehner Lawsuit? Federal Judge Tosses Senator’s Obamacare Suit

A federal judge has dismissed a lawsuit by Sen. Ron Johnson (R-WI) challenging Obamacare. Judge William C. Griesbach, the Chief United States District Judge for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Wisconsin, issued the ruling on Monday which could prove ominous for House Republicans as they prepare their own lawsuit against […]

9th Circuit Judge: We Should Not Mask ‘Brutal, Savage’ Nature Of Executions – Guillotine ‘Probably Best’

A pro-death penalty federal circuit court judge issued a blistering dissent in a death-row case on Monday. Judge Alex Kozinski, Chief Justice of the Ninth U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, wrote that “Using drugs meant for individuals with medical needs to carry out executions is a misguided effort to mask the brutality of executions by […]

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Bowe Bergdahl Retains Chelsea Manning’s Attorney (VIDEO)

Bowe Bergdahl has retained the legal services of Eugene R. Fidell, a former judge advocate in the Coast Guard who teaches military justice at Yale Law School. As reported by NBC, Fidell “has eagerly taken on the most complex legal questions of the 21st-century American military — the future of Guantanamo Bay, the fate of […]

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Harry Reid’s Epic Smackdown: Republican Lawsuit ‘A Sham To Appease Tea Party Radicals’ (VIDEO)

Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid gave a nearly 15-minute speech on Tuesday attacking the House Republican’s proposed lawsuit against the president. Reid even went as far as mocking them with syndicated courtroom star Judge Judy Sheindlin, stating she would toss out the lawsuit in “half a second.” Reid went on to call the proposed lawsuit […]

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Secret Republican Operatives Make A ‘Mockery’ Of Florida Legislature (VIDEO)

A judge in Florida ruled on Thursday that two voting districts must be redrawn to accommodate state law, finding that they were so gerrymandered that they made a mockery of the state’s new law. Florida voters passed a law in 2010 requiring that districts be drawn without any partisan advantage, and as the Tampa Bay […]

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