Everyone knows that pizza is the best food of all time, so it stands to reason that an app to find you pizza nearby would likewise be in the running for best app of all time. And thankfully, a worthy standard bearer has appeared.
As the manhunt for Boston Marathon Bomber Dzhokar Tsarnaev ended with his capture, a funny moment was caught on camera as an FBI agent climbed over a gate into a yard, only to have the fence swing open behind him.
As recently as Wednesday, Boston Bombing suspect Dzhokhar Tsarnaev was at UMass Dartmouth as authorities were desperately sifting through thousands of hours of footage searching for the faces of him and his recently deceased brother.
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In the midst of Michigan’s recent “Right To Work” debate, stories circulated on this site and others of union thugs attacking reporters, knocking over tents owned by Americans for Prosperity, and other dubious encounters. Less reported though was the war waged on Michigan’s airwaves against Governor Rick Snyder and the GOP agenda in the state legislature.
Blogger Lawrence B. Solum read Justice Antonin Scalia’s dissenting opinion in today’s ruling upholding the Affordable Care Act, and finds interesting typos suggesting Scalia may have originally written his opinion as a concurrence rather than a dissent:
Steny Hoyer signaled yesterday that some Democrats may defect and join the GOP in voting to hold Attorney General Eric Holder in contempt of Congress when the House holds its vote on Thursday. CNN Reports:
Aaron Walker, known as one of the front-line bloggers fighting to bring light to the sordid activities of convicted domestic terrorist Brett Kimberlin became the latest victim of a Swatting attack last night. As Walker writes on his blog, police were called to his home with guns drawn:
In another day of Supreme Court decisions, with everyone waiting with bated breath for the Court’s ruling on ObamaCare, the Court chose instead to rule on other high-profile cases, including a case questioning Montana’s campaign finance rules.
Barack Obama’s history of recess appointments is widely agreed to be less than stellar. Now, FOX News is raising questions about another recess appointment, that of former International Union of Operating Engineers lawyer Richard Griffin to the National Labor Relations Board.
Matt Sandusky, one of six adopted children of accused pedophile Jerry Sandusky has come forward and admitted sexual abuse at the hands of his father. After previously denying that the elder Sandusky had abused him, the 33-year old changed his story the day after his father’s legal defense team rested their case.