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Ted Cruz: Apple CEO Being Gay ‘A Personal Choice’ But He Still Loves His iPhone

Ted Cruz: Apple CEO Being Gay ‘A Personal Choice’ But He Still Loves His iPhone

In a Thursday morning interview with CNBC, Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) put his two cents in regarding Apple CEO Tim Cook’s decision to come out as gay in a piece penned for Bloomberg Businessweek, referring to it as a “personal choice.” As part of a larger discussion about the Republican Party and social issues, The […]

Judge Refuses To Intervene In 40,000 Lost Voter Registrations In Georgia

Earlier this year organizers spread out into every one of Georgia’s 159 counties and registered almost 90,000 new voters-the majority of them being people of color and under the age of 25. When the organizers checked their database against the state’s they noticed that nearly 50,000 of those registrations had vanished-the majority of them being […]

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Attorney Brings Baby to Court After Judge Denies Maternity Leave Delay – VIDEO

Earlier this month, Judge J. Dan Pelletier Sr. of the Atlanta Immigration Court denied attorney Stacey Ehrisman-Mickle’s motion to delay a hearing which she requested due to the fact that she was on maternity leave. In his refusal, the judge stated there was “No good cause.” Even though the opposing counsel was fine with it […]

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How The Law Turns Battered Women Into Criminals (VIDEO)

Currently, at least 29 states have laws criminalizing parents’ failure to protect their children from abuse. As BuzzFeed reports, in some states “the crime is known as injury to a child “by omission, in others it is called “permitting child abuse” or “enabling child abuse.” BuzzFeed goes on to explain that In addition, prosecutors in […]

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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 […]

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