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When women bought retro futurism at $4.50 a yard... [Read More]
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The outcome of this case may bring clarity to the property rights of Americans living in the shadow of police militarization. [Read More]
When women bought retro futurism at $4.50 a yard... [Read More]
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When the punk rock thought police ruled the scene... [Read More]
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Two new efforts in Washington seek to rein in the subsidies. [Read More]
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Two efforts try to cut back on taxpayer-funded payouts. [Read More]
Search warrant lists probable cause for distribution and possession with intent to distribute a controlled substance and health care fraud. [Read More]
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The Keystone pipeline leaked, spilling 5,000 gallons of oil near the small South Dakota town of Amherst. White House Legislative Director Marc Short assures... [Read More]
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Also: penis jokes... [Read More]
Prepare yourself for the gamer jokes and deliberately gross body humor. [Read More]
Judge orders an end to the practice after the ACLU sued. [Read More]
A Fifth Column shoutfest with former Daily Caller opinion editor Rob Mariani, who was recently bounced for publishing Milo Yiannopoulos... [Read More]
Law-abiding residents and business owners are among the biggest casualties in the war on illegal immigrants. [Read More]
First head transplant is imminent and if everyone consents there's nothing wrong with that. [Read More]
There's an ongoing sex scandal in state politics in California. Steven Greenhut writes: There are few areas of private life that California's legislators... [Read More]
The former Homeland Security secretary interfered with a state audit of the university's finances. [Read More]
It's another of a panoply of ways to silence opinions academics and students disagree with. [Read More]
Robert Spencer—the controversial author and founder of the blog Jihad Watch—spoke this week on the Stanford University campus, despite the open letter... [Read More]
A amendment from Democrats says no state money can go to defending the law in court. [Read More]
Fifteen men allegedly framed by a corrupt sergeant have convictions overturned. [Read More]
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