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Review: Amwell Pet Supply celebrates National Feral Cat Day

Review: Amwell Pet Supply celebrates National Feral Cat Day

The fourteenth annual National Feral Cat Day originally launched by Alley Cat Allies was recognized on Oct. 16, 2014. Amwell Pet Supply in Hillsborough, New Jersey, hosted an event to celebrate feral cats on Saturday, Oct. 18, 2014. This was one of ..., 3 weeks ago

Will California bar take-home exposure cases? California Supreme Court grants review

, the California Supreme Court granted review in two take-home asbestos exposure cases, (2014) 226 Cal.App.4th 251, a negligence and products liability case, and (2014) 226 Cal.App.4th 1104, a premises liability case. Take-home cases, aka secondary ...
 Lexology2 months ago The States and the Supreme Court  Council of State Governments1 month ago Overview Of US Supreme Court's October 2014 Term Analysis  Eurasia Review2 months ago
Washington Blade

Michigan argues window same-sex marriages now void

Michigan Attorney General Bill Schuette argues that window same-sex marriage performed in Michigan are now void. (Photo by Aaronjbaylis; courtesy Wikimedia Commons) Michigan has assumed a new position on the estimated 300 window same-sex marriages ...
 Washington Blade1 week ago Michigan asks Supreme Court to hear same-sex marriage case  Metro Weekly1 day ago This Could Be The Deciding Case On Gay Marriage Nationwide  Huffington Post1 week ago Fed. Court Strikes Kan. Gay Marriage Ban While State Case Is Pending  Findlaw Corporate Counsel3 weeks ago
Monsters and Critics

Interstellar Review

A combination of spectacular special effects, marginal physics and grindingly slow treacle, McConaughey pulls this one out of the fire. Interstellar Christopher Nolan's $165 million IMAX space lollapalooza is all the better for starting in the ...
 Monsters and Critics3 weeks ago

'LGBT': The 'T' is for tyranny

Tranny tyranny. Strike that. LGBT tyranny. Lesbian, gay, bisexual tyranny. That, generally speaking, is what's on display in Houston right now. But trust me: Unlike Vegas, what happens in Houston will, most definitely, not stay in Houston not if ...
 WorldNetDaily1 month ago LGBT: The 'T' Is for Tyranny  Christian Post1 month ago

The CIA and the art of the un-cover-up

The CIA has always been the obedient executor of the will of the US government. It is now possible to review, albeit in substantially censored form, the results of that probe. At the start of 1998 the inspector general, Fred Hitz, released a ...
 Islam Times1 month ago CIA and art of the un-cover-up  Press TV1 month ago The CIA and the art of the 'un-cover-up'  Groong1 month ago

Up from Hell: Dante's Lessons for Millennials

ROD DREHER Dante speaks to a new generation, and what he has to say may save your life. I was late coming to Dante. Never read him in high school or college, and after my formal education ended with my bachelor's degree, why on earth would I ...
 Catholic Education Resource Center1 month ago
Media Matters for America

NRO Forgets Its Defense Of Scalia Speeches As It Continues To Attack Ginsburg

National Review Online's foremost legal analystiscontinuinghis colleagues' attacks onSupreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburgbycriticizingherfor"speaking publicly on abortion policy,"despite previously defending Justice Antonin Scalia's penchant ...
 Media Matters for America1 month ago

Prosecutorial Discretion, Part Two: Its Limits

Put generally, prosecutorial discretion is the power not to act to enforce the law. In Part One of this series, I focused on the debated nature and origins of prosecutorial discretion. My goal in Part Two is to outline some recent conservative legal ...
 National Review1 month ago
Christian Science Monitor

Mississippi's gay marriage ban falls just hours after Arkansas's

Federal judges in Arkansas and Mississippi have struck down state bans on same-sex marriage. In both states, the rulings are stayed pending appeal. Shon DeArmon (r.) puts his arm around his partner James Porter while holding a flag outside the ...
 Christian Science Monitor1 day ago Arkansas, Mississippi gay marriage bans overturned  Miami Herald1 day ago Gay-marriage bans overturned in Arkansas and Mississippi  Washington Post1 day ago
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