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Tuesday Links: Crooked Sheriffs, Frivolous Lawsuits, and Middle East Shitholes

– Louisiana’s governor has signed into law a bill raising the minimum age for strippers from 18 to 21. The bill’s sponsors claim that the law will “help fight human trafficking.” Bullshit. This has nothing to do with human trafficking … Continue reading

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Weekend Links: Indian Child Welfare Act, Cultural Appropriation, and Revenge Porn

– A 6-year-old California girl who is 1/64th Choctaw Indian has been forcibly removed from her longtime foster family and sent to live with extended family in Utah because of the Indian Child Welfare Act. The 1978 federal law was enacted … Continue reading

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Wednesday Links: Sex Offenses in Minnesota, Public Drunkenness, and Anti-Vaxxers vs. the State of California

– Last month, a federal judge ruled Minnesota’s sex offender civil commitment program unconstitutional. U.S. Federal District Judge Donovan Frank stopped short of ordering the release of the 740 individuals currently in the program, though, instead giving lawmakers until August … Continue reading

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Weekend Links: Ballot Selfies, Delhi Gang Rape, and ISIS vs. Twitter

– Defying a federal court order, the Alabama Supreme Court this week ordered probate judges in the state to stop issuing marriage licenses to same-sex couples. Chief Justice Roy Moore defended the ruling, claiming that the court was merely standing up for … Continue reading

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Wednesday Links: SWAT Raids on Poker Games, Sex is Rape, and Childless Deadbeat Dads

– The City of Seattle is enforcing a new law requiring food to be separated from other trash so that it can be composted. Since the law just took effect this month, the city is currently only handing out warnings … Continue reading

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Wednesday Links: Adiós Google News, Sandy Hook Gun Lawsuit, and Russia’s Economic Woes

– Multiple national theater chains are declining to screen The Interview (the controversial James Franco-Seth Rogen comedy about the assassination of Kim Jong-un) after the group responsible for the Sony hack threatened violence against any theaters showing the film. Cowards. … Continue reading

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Monday Links: Britain vs. Porn, Campus Rape, and Satanic Holiday Displays

– The British government is continuing its War on Sexual Pleasure Smut, this time taking on fetish pornography, and in particular femdom porn (that’s “female dominance” for the more vanilla readers). Last week, new regulations took effect that require all Video on Demand (which includes online subscription … Continue reading

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I’m Back! Here’s What Happened While I Was Away…

If anyone’s wondering why I haven’t posted here in several months, I’ve been taking a break from blogging in order to focus on other projects. Well, I think I’m back now, at least for the time being. Here are some … Continue reading

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Wednesday Links

– Almost two years after being cleared of child pornography charges after videos of his children playing naked were found on his phone, Todd Hoffner has returned to his job as head football coach at Minnesota State University-Mankato. Hoffner’s ordeal … Continue reading

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Monday Links

– 15 Facts About the Underground Sex Economy in America (according to a new report from the Urban Institute). – The State of Louisiana is suing MoveOn.org over the group’s use of the state’s tourism motto, “Louisiana: Pick Your Passion”, on … Continue reading

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Monday Links

– The Virginia Court of Appeals has ordered Yelp.com to turn over the identities of seven pseudonymous reviewers who posted comments critical of Virginia-based Hadeed Carpet Cleaning. Hadeed Carpet claimed that the individuals writing negative reviews were not actual customers of theirs–and … Continue reading

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Monday Links

– The U.S. Supreme Court has granted the State of Utah’s request for a stay on same-sex marriages following the Dec. 20 district court ruling overturning the state’s gay marriage ban. The fate of marriage equality in the highly conservative state … Continue reading

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Wednesday Links

– An Indiana woman is upset after security guards ordered her 11-year-old daughter to delete a photo taken of a Taco Bell in the food court of a Merrillville mall. To make matters worse, the guards also threatened the girl … Continue reading

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Weekend Links

– 5 Recent Trends That Make It Hard to Trust the Police. – China, Cuba, Russia, Saudi Arabia and Vietnam were among the nations elected to three-year seats on the United Nations’ Human Rights Council this month. It’s almost like the U.N. … Continue reading

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Tuesday Links

– Last week the Supreme Court began hearing arguments in Town of Greece v. Galloway, which involves the constitutionality of opening legislative sessions with prayers. The Second Circuit Court of Appeals previously ruled against the town, finding that such practices violate the First Amendment’s Establishment … Continue reading

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