Tuesday, September 14, 2010

Daily Round-Up 09-14

About Freakin' Time - DOJ's Internal Watchdog Announces Investigation Into Civil Rights Enforcement


The Africa mirror

'Confidential' paper: Quality of care for developmentally disabled would fall without overpayments

Daily scoreboard. Highlight (via Instapundit) - "So by pro bono, he meant 10 grand a month."

Obama and the Secret War on Pot

Gallup - The public hates almost everything Congress has done

I get called "intolerant" for supporting Civil Unions but not gay "marriage" when this is happening in the world. Gay Saudi diplomat: ‘My life is in danger’ How about a big heaping spoonful of perspective, people.

Southern Poverty Law Center Completes Its Descent Into Madness.

Is the Fourth Amendment Really About ‘Privacy’?

PJTV Video - Minority Report: Anchor Babies, Birth Right or Immigration Wrong?


Document drop: Breaking: DOJ Inspector General will investigate Obama voting rights record

The Rule of Law Suffers Another Blow from the DOJ. The latest example may be the Civil Rights Division’s defense of a lawsuit filed by Shelby County, Alabama, challenging the constitutionality of Section 5 of the Voting Rights Act.

Police continue to harass citizens who record them

Justice Department IG to investigate voting rights section

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