Harry Reid’s Illegal Alien Student Bailout

Michele Malkin:  “The open-borders lobby is out in full force, launching a week-long campaign yesterday to pass another illegal alien amnesty-by-another-name. . . . The so-called DREAM Act would create an official path to Democrat voter registration for an estimated 2 million, college-age illegal aliens.”

By |September 19th, 2010|General|0 Comments

Arizona Doctors May Face Marijuana Dilemma if Proposition 203 Passes

Arizona Republic:  “Physicians agree that marijuana can provide relief for patients with serious illnesses, but they also find ethical dilemmas in recommending a drug that is not federally approved. . . .  Marijuana is classified as a schedule-1 drug by the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration . . . . The lack of FDA approval raises ethical concerns for physicians.”

By |September 19th, 2010|General|0 Comments

Arizona Illegal Immigration Debate puts Sheriff Paul Babeu in Spotlight

Arizona Republic:  “Seemingly overnight, Pinal County Sheriff Paul Babeu went from a local lawman to a national figure.  Outspoken in his support of tough immigration enforcement, he has appeared on TV news programs dozens of times and is fast becoming a known face in political circles.”

See “Pinal County sheriff, residents plead for anti-smuggling help.”

By |September 19th, 2010|General|0 Comments

Health Care Bill’s 1099 Reporting Burdens Businesses

The Heritage Foundation:  “One the most troubling policies in the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (PPACA) is a new requirement that businesses report more information on their activities to the Internal Revenue Service. This new requirement will force businesses to divert scarce resources to complying with additional bureaucratic red tape that they could better use creating new jobs.”

By |September 18th, 2010|Obamacare|0 Comments

Texas Sues to Block Bizarre “Global Warming” EPA Rules

1200 WOAI radio:  “he state of Texas today sued the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in a federal appeals court in Washington DC, claiming four new regulations imposed by the EPA are based on the ‘thoroughly discredited’ findings of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change and are ‘factually flawed,’

By |September 18th, 2010|Litigation (Non-Arizona), US Law|0 Comments

Church of the Florida Preacher Who Planned to Burn Koran May be Billed $200,000 for Police Protection

The Gainesville Sun:  “The cost of policing the Dove World Outreach Center for the planned Quran burning that never happened is expected to come to about $100,000 each for the Gainesville Police Department and the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office, officials say.”

See also “Planning to Burn a Koran = $200,000 Bill from the Government for Policing Costs?”  The article by UCLA law professor Eugene Volokh says,

“Except that charging people money for extra policing, because of a fear that thugs would react violently to their speech, is unconstitutional, see Forsyth County v. Nationalist Movement (1992).”

By |September 18th, 2010|Government Helping Us - Not, Loss of Freedom|0 Comments

Prisoner Sues Kardashian Sisters for $75,000 Because their Reality TV Shows Caused His Emotional Distress

Pennsylvania Department of Corrections Prisoner GW 1171 is not happy with the Kardashian sisters, Kim, Kourtney and Khloe.  D.J. Goodson sued the sisters in federal District Court for intentional infliction of emotional distress caused by watching their two reality TV shows “Keeping Up with the Kardasians” and “Kourtney & Khloe Take Miami.”   In addition to $75,000 in damages, GW 1171 also wants the court to order the sisters to say to him, “D.J. we are sorry for emotionally stressing you out & we love you!”

I’ll bet a lot of other people feel the same way.  Could a class action lawsuit be next?  Here’s the best parts of the actual Kardashian_Lawsuit :

11.  During season two the defendants engaged in disturbing acts of violence and racially prejudicial acts in which they knew would affect the plaintiff psychologically and emotionally.

13.  Defendants intended there [sic] actions to cause plaintiff to suffer extreme emotional distress due to their outrageousness of actions involving violence (domestic abuse) to include a boxing match in which a handicapped individual observed the abuse of defendant Kim Kardashian.  The many domestic and emotional abuses involving Kourtney Kardashian by her paramour Scott. Defendant Khloe Kardashian on one occasion referred to a baby doll as being “the black baby”.

14.  Defendants actions amounted to a physical manifestation of the emotional distress of plaintiff.

16.  Defendants sexually explicit actions intertwined with domestic abuse, fights of violence, extensive use of abusive language, sexual content and innuendo, nudity, outright disrespectful and disturbing actions, no respect for the law, and plain senseless and stupid actions, comments, behaviors, etc. as a result of defendants conduct the plaintiff suffered from mental anguish, embarrassment, shame and humiliation and continues to suffer from nervousness, anger issues in which continues as to plaintiff suffering.

WHEREEFORE, plaintiff demands judgment against defendants in d amount in excess of $75,000.00 for compensatory and punitive damages, plus interest and costs.

Declaratory relief declaring the actions of defendants in which [sic] continue be deemed outrageous and subjected to cause emotional distress and to provide relief to prevent future damages by defendants.

Implementation of a third party to monitor defendants actions to prevent further harm to plaintiff who is a viewer or provide warnings prior to airing any episode in which defendants causes emotional distress by and through their unmonitored and unrestricted behaviors, comments and and actions.

It is furthered requested that all defendants offer a sincere apology for their actions to plaintiff on both above mentioned broadcasts as folIows “D.J. we are sorry for emotionally stessing you out & we love you!”

By |September 18th, 2010|Litigation (Non-Arizona)|0 Comments

CA Attorney General Sues Bell, CA, Officials for Authorizing Outrageous City Worker Salaries

The California Attorney General sued the officials of Bell, California (population 40,000), who were responsible for authorizing city workers to be paid salaries that were off the charts outrageous.  The AG accuses the officials of defrauding the taxpayers.  The city manager was paid $787,637 a year and the police chief of the small town was paid $457,000/year, $150,000 a year more than the LA police department chief of police.

By |September 17th, 2010|Government Spending|0 Comments

Los Angeles Used $111 Million of Stimulus Funds to Create 55 Jobs

Nothing, absolutely nothing is as inefficient and wasteful as the government spending other people’s money.  Case in point – the Los Angeles City Controller said, “I’m disappointed that we’ve only created or retained 55 jobs after receiving $111 million.”  For those who want the nanny state to have complete control over our lives and provide government controlled healthcare, LA spent $2,000,000 for EVERY JOB CREATED!  How is that even possible?  The LA city officials responsible for this insanity live in a bizarro world completely out of touch with reality.  How can such idiots retain their jobs?

Gila River Indian Tribe at War with Tohono O’odham Tribe over Glendale Casino

Arizona Republic:  “The Gila River Indian Community began a legal fight Thursday to stop the Tohono O’odham Nation from building a casino and 300-room resort near Glendale.”

By |September 17th, 2010|Arizona Litigation|0 Comments