The New York Times has been touting a study purporting to show that 4 percent of death row inmates have been “falsely convicted.” “Falsely convicted” is not “innocent.” But after being processed through the lawyer-to-journalist telephone game, “insignificant procedural errors” quickly becomes “27 guys didn’t do it!” What the study actually shows is that those sentenced to …

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The IRS has agreed to overhaul a controversial proposal that Republican lawmakers warned would revive the agency’s “harassment and intimidation” of conservative groups, after receiving a record number of comments on the proposed regulation. The new rules have been in the works ever since the IRS came under fire for its targeting of Tea Party …

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​Classified intelligence documents provided to the media by former United States government contractor Edward Snowden “will have a grave impact on US national defense,” according to a previously unpublished Pentagon assessment. The highly-redacted December 2013 report on how Mr. Snowden’s compromise of secret documents affects the Department of Defense was obtained by The Guardian newspaper …

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The United States House of Representatives approved a surveillance reform bill early Thursday that aims to address controversial National Security Agency programs but falls well short of doing so, according to privacy advocates. In Washington, DC, the House voted 303-to-121 on Thursday morning in favor of the USA Freedom Act, which includes a provision that …

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The Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled recently that police are allowed to search vehicles without a warrant. Meanwhile, the state General Assembly is advancing a bill to grant police authority to arrest those with “secret compartments” in their vehicles. In a 4 to 2 decision weeks ago, the state Supreme Court decided that police could conduct …

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The US House of Representatives approved an annual defense spending bill early Thursday after rejecting a proposed amendment that would have prevented the United States government from indefinitely detaining American citizens. An amendment introduced in the House on Wednesday this week asked that Congress repeal a controversial provision placed in the National Defense Authorization Act …

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The Obama administration broke its silence Thursday on the case of a U.S. Marine imprisoned in Mexico on gun charges, with a State Department spokeswoman confirming that Secretary of State John Kerry “raised the issue” during meetings this week in Mexico City. Spokeswoman Jen Psaki also said Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi has been visited 11 times …

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Fifty U.S. Senators have sent a signed letter to the NFL urging them to change the name of the Washington Redskins. The senators are all Democrats, including Elizabeth Warren, who claimed to be a Native American while working at Harvard Law School. The letter, addressed to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell, cites the recent scandal over …

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This is a commercial for the English version of the Plan B pill. Notice in the commercial the image made of the guy…. Just laying there sleeping without a care in the world. OH but that crying baby…. How horrible.   What are your thoughts on this commercial?  

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A lawyer for a U.S. Marine being held in a Mexican prison on gun charges told Fox News’ Greta Van Susteren Tuesday night that he feels “a little bit stonewalled” by Mexican authorities as he works to fight for his client’s freedom. Sgt. Andrew Tahmooressi was arrested by the Mexican military on March 31 after …

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We can spare no expense or hashtags to save some girls in a Country across the world! Yet we can’t make a phone call 1000 miles away to get a Marine from a Mexican jail? Maybe this will help #BringBackOurMarine An audio tape of a 9-1-1 call made by a U.S. Marine mistakenly jailed in Mexico has …

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(The Daily Caller) — Canadian geneticist David Suzuki urged Western governments to lock up politicians who question man-made climate change, telling PBS’ Bill Moyers “our politicians should be thrown in the slammer for willful blindness!” Suzuki appeared on “Moyers and Company” earlier this month to express his abject frustration over politicians, in both Canada and the …

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The following Democratic Members will serve on the Select Committee on Benghazi: • Elijah E. Cummings (D-MD), Ranking Member, Committee on Oversight & Government Reform • Adam Smith (D-WA), Ranking Member, Armed Services Committee • Adam B. Schiff (D-CA), Committee on Appropriations (Subcommittee on State & Foreign Operations), Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence • Linda …

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Democratic Florida Rep. Joe Garcia — fresh off being caught eating his own earwax on camera — was caught red-handed (or is it yellow-fingered?) in another gaffe this week, claiming that low crime rates in border cities with lots of federal immigration workers is proof that “Communism works.” Garcia made the comment during a Google …

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Yet another reason to oppose Common Core. H/T Weasel Zippers Via Examiner: Last night at St. Anslem’s College in Manchester, opponents and proponents of Common Core got together to debate for the first time. It was a panel made up of 6 people, 3 proponents of Common Core and 3 opponents of it. The proponents …

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