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A Case for the Death Penalty

A Case for the Death Penalty

    By Sigrid Weidenweber An old lawyer friend once told me during a conversation—we were discussing the merits of the death penalty—that he had hardened his stance on the matter. Over his life time, he had seen too many defendants in death-penalty cases that were changed to life imprisonment, walk free eventually. So, here […]

Landmark California bill would allow prosecution of climate-change skeptics

Landmark California bill would allow prosecution of climate-change skeptics

  A landmark California bill gaining steam would make it illegal to engage in climate-change dissent, order clearing the way for lawsuits against fossil-fuel companies, site think-tanks and others that have “deceived or misled the public on the risks of climate change.” The first-of-its-kind legislation – Senate Bill 1161, viagra sale or the California Climate […]