Feds shut down Amish farm fresh milk
School lunch seized in NC
Michelle Obama targets food in schools
Muslim Brotherhood wants aid and will cut off Peace Treaty
stimulus plan-- HWY plan
Payroll tax deduction bill -- decoupled tax cut with UI money extension/Docfix
Guest 420pm Pacific Rep. Marlin Stutzman R IN
Do nothing Senate...list of bills 27? That have been ignored
Matters sought to hire private investigators to snoop into Fox News anchors
Media matters could be Jeremiah Wright of 2012
Coordinated with the White House
WHOA! Off duty cop pulls gun on pregnant woman for too many items in Express checkout!
Cal Public Employees Relations Board
Revisit 5 dollar gas
China electric cars more polluting than gas guzzlers
530pm Law Professor Anthony T Caso
In a legal paper, set to be published Thursday, February 16, in Engage Magazine, Caso provides insight into an almost 30-year old initiative – passed by California voters to protect the environment – that in essence has become a get rich scheme for a select few. A little known provision in Prop 65 has allowed a handful of attorneys and environmental groups to reap more than 140 million dollars (in ten years) at the expense of the state treasury.
Caso, who serves as associate clinical professor at the Chapman University School of Law in Orange, California, recently published an opinion piece that appeared in the Los Angeles and San Francisco Daily Journal(s).
100m from Obama to Hamas
Israeli jeans cause infertility
Russians faced nuke catastrophe
Iranian terrorists strike Bangkok