• Lessons from an Old Tragedy

    Lessons from an Old Tragedy

    Left to right: Mary Ann Jordan, Kathy Emmons and Ellen Harnish It’s been 51 years since Richard Speck murdered eight student nurses after he broke into the dormitory of South Chicago Community Hospital on a hot summer night in 1966. Speck was a stoner and a loser from Dallas, Texas, […]

  • When everything is a crime

    When everything is a crime

    via http://www.washingtonpost.com/opinions/when-everything-is-a-crime/2015/04/08/1929ab88-dd43-11e4-be40-566e2653afe5_story.html What began as a trickle has become a stream that could become a cleansing torrent. Criticisms of the overcriminalization of American life might catalyze an appreciation of the toll the administrative state is taking on the criminal justice system, and liberty generally. In 2007, professor Tim Wu of Columbia […]

  • Behind the Koch Caricature

    Behind the Koch Caricature

    According to a report in the New York Times on Monday, Charles and David Koch are aiming to spend $889 million on the upcoming 2016 election cycle. The subsequent seismic activity noticed in the Nevada area was, reportedly, Harry Reid’s head exploding. Reid, of course, made the Koch brothers the […]

  • Breaking: Grand Jury Recommends Charges Against PA Attorney General

    Breaking: Grand Jury Recommends Charges Against PA Attorney General

    A grand jury has recommended criminal charges against Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane. The grand jury found that she leaked secret grand jury information to a newspaper in an effort to smear political enemies. PJ Media has been covering Kane’s refusal to prosecute Pennsylvania Democrats who took bribes in order […]


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