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U.S. charges 3 big poker sites with fraud, illegal gambling
Fri Apr 15, 2011
MRM228=FAIL FTW, who was on deck when the particular law being enforced was passed and signed is very much a moot point. It is the executive branch that is charged with enforcing the law. Presidential administrations can and will decline to enforce specific laws. Eric Holder(Obama appointee) is not …
Overdoses in U.S. show gray area around party drugs
Fri Mar 18, 2011
@Reference: We tried that back in the 1920's. Alcohol prohibition, it was called. Criminals absolutely loved it. Bootlegging whiskey gave the mafia a firm foundation in the United States, and a revenue base from which to corrupt police, judges, politicians, unions, etc. Yes, alcohol prohibition was …
For American hiding in Libya, 'It feels like a war zone'
Tue Feb 22, 2011
No, the irony is that if you could know something like that, you wouldn't be wasting your time posting in news forums. You would be out changing the world.
Still no layoffs in Cuba 5 months after announced
Sun Feb 20, 2011
Free Healthcare! Yippee! Yipee! *clap clap clap* Wait a minute, $20 a month? Funk that
For air travelers, small affronts start to add up
Tue Nov 23, 2010
The average liberal regularly makes comments about imaginary republican "brownshirts", but closest thing to them that America has is the TSA agent who works the scanners at the airport, belongs to a union, and votes democrat. Beautiful. Here's looking at you 'YeahImFromJersey'
Transgender Americans face high suicide risk
Fri Nov 19, 2010
It's just another medical specialty racket, like the ADD racket- "speed" for spoiled children in dire need of a butt-whipping. A bunch of health-care "professionals" who noticed that "trans-gender medicine" is becoming popular, and decided to promote it in order to scoop up fees. Follow the money. E …
Amazon resurrects e-book swapper Lendle
Wed Mar 23, 2011
@James82 Mmmm... not really. "Stuff costs what people are willing to pay for it," is the mentality that led to an oil spike in 2008. The demand destruction that resulted tanked the U.S. economy. You would be best advised to get that idea out of your head. Unless of course you are a gold bug, and in …
Even a bit of social smoking can trigger heart attack
Thu Dec 9, 2010
Yeah, remember Prohibition? Probably not, it was a long time ago. Look it up, it's worth reading about. The moral of the story is that some people will go to almost any length to catch a buzz, to the point of undermining society. Look at the drug war, the troubles Mexico is having. The fact is that …
Ala. dad admits burying children, blames stepmom
Tue Dec 7, 2010
"Why are these animals still breathing?" Because you can't properly punish people for deviant behavior anymore.
Jim Morrison papers paint picture of wild night
Fri Dec 3, 2010
Hey knucklehead, if your knowledge of American politics is weak, why refrain from commenting on it in the forums? Knock yourself out! FYI, Crist is a RINO(Republican In Name Only) who was defeated in a run for the U.S. Senate by a tea-party backed candidate, NOT a tea-party candidate who was elected …
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