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lewrockwell.com

by William Grigg

January 10, 2013

Auburn, Washington resident Dustin Theoharis was asleep in his bed on February 11, 2012 when two armed strangers entered his room and started to give him orders. Understandably startled, Theoharis reached for a flashlight.

This prompted the two intruders to open fire. Theoharis - who was still in bed -- was shot sixteen times, but survived. The assailants who shot Theoharis were Detective Aaron Thompson of the King County Sheriff's Office and Corrections Officer Kris Rongen. They had arrested Theoharis's roommate, Nicholas Harrison, an ex-convict who had failed to report for community supervision. The officers were searching his bedroom to find if Theoharis had a gun, which would have allowed them to charge Harrison with a parole violation. They had no warrant or probable cause, and no gun was found. Since Harrison was already in custody at the time of the incident, there was no need to conduct a "safety sweep" of the residence.

usatoday.com

by William H. McMichael ,

October 3, 2014

AVONDALE, Pa. - The first letter addressed to the late David Perry arrived five weeks after he died at home June 5.

Sent from the Department of Veterans Affairs, the envelope was to be opened "by addressee only." Perry's wife Helena opened it anyway. "You remain eligible to receive (VA) health benefits," it read. A handwritten yellow sticky note added, "Please provide copy of death certificate."

daytondailynews.com

by William Hershey

December 17, 2011

COLUMBUS - In Attorney General Mike DeWine's office, there's a 1997 photo of DeWine holding his daughter Anna, who was 5 at the time, at a White House bill-signing ceremony with President Bill Clinton.

The bill, sponsored by DeWine, then a U.S. senator, made clear that the best interests of a child must be No. 1 when deciding whether to leave a child in foster care or reunite a family. It's the kind of photo that fuels the fires of the Cedarville Republican's critics.

Big Journalism

by William J. Kelly

May 22, 2011

From the lips of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, rivaling any lipstick-wearing pitbull, consider yourself warned.

Scotsman News (UK)

by William Lyons

July 16, 2011

While proposals for an outright ban remain at an early stage, this week they took a significant step forward when NHS Tayside said it wanted to become the first UK region to have totally smoke-free zones.

The opposition is led by Tim Lord, chief executive of the Tobacco Manufacturers’ Association. "Businesses ought to deliver what their customers want. If that is a ban on smoking, then fine," he said. "But if customers want to smoke they should be allowed to. It is not the role of government to dictate to restaurants, pubs and clubs who should or not smoke in their premises."

CNBC

by William M. Welch

January 19, 2014

Online retail giant Amazon says it knows its customers so well it can start shipping even before orders are placed.

The Seattle-based company, which late last year said it wants to use drones to speed package delivery, gained a patent last month for what it calls "anticipatory shipping,'' the Wall Street Journal reports. Amazon, the Journal reported, says it may box and ship products that it expects customers in a specific area will want, based on previous orders and other factors it gleans from its customers' shopping patterns, even before they place an online order.

The American Spectator

by William McGurn

August 30, 2012

Rand Paul and the GOP promised land.

When Sen. Rand Paul (R-KY) concluded his speech at the Republican National Convention, one writer was particularly effusive in his praise. Paul's national debut "can only be described as a humdinger." His speech was "brilliantly succinct" in its dissection of the anti-business populism currently in fashion among Democrats. It was an "undeniable triumph." The senator himself is "a star."

The American Spectator

by William McGurn

August 30, 2012

Ryan on the American Tipping Point: it's the socialism, stupid.

Why did Obama fail? Or has Obama actually succeeded? The debt soars to $16 trillion. Millions are out of work to the tune of an 8.3% unemployment rate, with the CBO predicting it will keep on climbing to 9% by 2013 -- now only five short months away. One could go on, yipping and yapping about everything from the price of a gallon of gas (already headed north to four bucks a gallon, it spiked again Wednesday from a nickel to as much as 14 cents in the wake of Hurricane Isaac) to the crony capitalism of Solyndra.

The American Spectator

by William McGurn

August 24, 2012

Political columnist Froma Harrop makes the odd and offensive suggestion in this column (entitled "Akin's Consistency is GOP's Real Problem") that fingernails are equivalent in human value to an early-trimester unborn child...

ip-watch.org

by William New

October 12, 2011

The Obama administration's recent signing of the Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement may face a US constitutional challenge as a member of the US Senate today called into question the administration's power to negotiate and enter into such a trade agreement without Congress's approval. Sen. Ron Wyden, an Oregon Democrat often out front on technology issues, sent a 12 October letter addressed to President Obama taking issue the US Trade Representative (USTR)'s assertions that the ACTA is a "sole executive agreement" which can be entered into and implemented without the legislative branch's involvement. USTR, which is part of the White House, has repeatedly said the agreement does not require changes to US law.

      
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