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Law enforcement, the judicial system and everything in between. "A real patriot is the fellow who gets a parking ticket and rejoices that the system works." ~Bill Vaughan "Good lawyers know the law; great lawyers know the judge." ~Author Unknown "No man is above the law and no man below it." ~Theodore Roosevelt
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Canadian economist says Big oil, others engaged in 'fraud'

Ever wonder why Canadians pay so much more at the pumps than Americans when often buying back Canadian oil?:...
Apr 15, 2013 by skeptikool - 1 comment

Child endangerment and our pets

So close to the jugular: Once again, a near-fatal dog attack against a young child...
Aug 28, 2012 by skeptikool - 7 comments

Woman sues City of Tulsa when garden of edibles destroyed

A woman was driven to tears when Tulsa bylaw enforcers destroyed a garden in which she alleges she grew only edible and...
Jul 31, 2012 by skeptikool

How technology will fuel the future of crime

In this freely available TED Talk, terrorism expert Marc Goodman explains why the future of crime is reliant on...
Jul 13, 2012 by David Silverberg

Before tossing that key, think Prison Industrial Complex There are constant demands to imprison certain miscreants for life, without regard to...
Jun 26, 2012 by skeptikool - 4 comments
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    Swiss voters approved a new surveillance law on Sunday, in a victory for the government which argued the security services needed enhanced powers in an increasingly volatile world.
  • Poland anti-government protest draws thousands

    Tens of thousands of protesters hit the streets of the Polish capital Warsaw Saturday to rally against moves by the rightwing Law and Justice government that they say undermine the rule of law.
  • Poland pushes near-total abortion ban, nixes liberalisation

    Rightwing lawmakers on Friday pushed ahead with a near-total ban on abortion in devoutly Catholic Poland, while rejecting a rival bid to liberalise the existing law already among the most restrictive in Europe.
  • Battle over abortion law heats up in Catholic Poland

    Poland's abortion battle will resume Thursday when the devoutly Catholic country's parliament debates rival initiatives to either liberalise or further tighten a law that is already one of the strictest in Europe.
  • Taiwan charges three foreigners over $2.6 mn cyberheist

    Taiwan has charged three foreigners over a $2.6 million cyberheist that used malware to hack into a major local bank's ATM network, prosecutors said Tuesday, adding that they were seeking 12-year jail terms.
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