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- A 17-year-old flexes his rights during a traffic stop. Two years later his parents get a $2.4 million settlement. Not clear whether the killer cop will have to pay a dime of it, though.
- When I first saw this, I thought, “If you so disapprove of ‘white DNA,’ why don’t you do the world a favor by expunging from your body all the DNA you share with us evil ones?” My second thought was, “You have your right to free speech, but why should the poor Texas taxpayers have to finance it?”
- Leave it to the Mormons to come up with this. If you’re in Salt Lake City, you can now buy a goat or a chicken for someone in a third-world country. Or school shoes or an eye exam for a kid in need. From a vending machine.
- Let all us bloggers be glad we’re not posting in Vietnam. Brave writers, though. I wish them well and hope the Vietnamese people shame the government into freeing them.
- Awful as the acquittal in that San Francisco “undocumented immigrant” murder case may have seemed, Scott Greenfield makes a compelling argument that that the verdict was the right one.
- This has nothing to do with anything. It’s just one of those strange, sad mysterious cases you hear about now and then that stick in your mind and make you want to know the life stories behind them.
- Woman says goodbye to her dog in a series of touching illustrations. Have your hankie ready.
- How to provide for your pet in your estate plan.