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He Beat His Wife, Will Serve No Jail Time – But This Federal Judge Could Return To The Bench

He Beat His Wife, Will Serve No Jail Time – But This Federal Judge Could Return To The Bench

On September 5th, U.S. District Court Judge Mark Fuller accepted a plea deal stemming from an incident last month in which he beat his wife. Fuller is a George W. Bush appointee, with a background in Republican politics. He accepted a pre-trial diversion offered by the solicitor to undergo a drug and alcohol evaluation, as […]

Watch Citizens United Getting Blasted On Senate Floor

Senator Al Franken (D-MN) blasted the Supreme Court’s Citizens United decision on the Senate floor on Tuesday, calling it the “worst” ruling in the history of the court. “Citizens United was one of the worst decisions in the history of the Supreme Court,” Franken said. “It was a disaster.” Sign Al Franken’s Petition, Today! PUT […]

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Senate Votes Overwhelmingly To Debate Constitutional Amendment To Halt Citizens United

In a 79-18 vote, the Senate will debate a constitutional amendment meant to curb recent Supreme Court decisions regarding campaign spending. Citizens United and McCutcheon v. FEC are two Supreme Court rulings that made money free speech, and corporations can spend unseemly amounts of money and the candidates they give it to don’t have to […]

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Whatever Happened To ‘Separation of Church And State’?

From: Dept. of Unintended Consequences Knowledge (D.U.C.K.) To: Joseph and Mary Corporation Re: Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores Inc. Mr. & Ms. Corporation, after exhaustive research, D.U.C.K. has come to the conclusion that the five Republican Catholic males on the (not-so) Supreme Court screwed it BIG TIME in Burwell v. Hobby Lobby Stores Inc! We […]

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Analyst: McDonnells Face More Prison Time Than Bank Robbers – VIDEO

Former Gov. Bob McDonnell and his wife, Maureen, were convicted of charges of bribery, conspiracy and extortion on Thursday. Following a lengthy federal trial, McDonnell was found guilty on 11 counts while his wife was convicted on nine. According to ABC News, formal sentencing has been set for January 9, 2015 with both McDonnells facing […]

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