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Texan John Allen Rubio Beheads Toddlers, Gets Death Penalty

Texan John Allen Rubio beheads toddlers, gets death penalty.  Rubio was convicted in 2003 for the horrific murders of Angela Camacho's children, Rubio's then common law wife.Rubio stabbed, smothered, and decapitated three toddlers all less than four years old.  Hidalgo County District...

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What Is Probate Court?

Some laws exist to respond to issues regarding a person’s properties and assets once he or she dies. This may include the disbursement of such assets according to a will that the deceased may have written. This area of law is referred to as probate law and the court that supervises the...

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President Barack Obama's Birthday Is August 4th

Today is US President Barack Obama's birthday.  He turns 49 on August 4th 2010.Barack Obama is one of the youngest US Presidents in recent history.  However, as his birthday is celebrated, the tolls of the presidency are evident as Obama sports more and more gray hair with each passing...

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Which Countries Consume the Most Oil?

The world depends on oil for most of its energy needs. It is used not just in transportation but in many factories and industrial processes. Without oil, life would literally grind to a standstill.However, some countries consume more oil than others. In fact, in a study published in the CIA World...

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Former RNC Chairman Ken Mehlman Announces He’s GAY

Ken Mehlman was the head of the Republican National Committee between the years 2005 and 2007 and has come out with his greatest secret whilst in an interview with Marc Ambinder from the Atlantic. According to the previous RNC chairman, he is fiercely gay and proud of it. Ken Mehlman explained at...

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What Is an Adversary System?

An adversary system is the opposite of an inquisitorial system in legal terms.

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What Is the Black Letter Law?

"Black letter law" refers to any law which is strongly established, recognized by everyone in the legal sector in that law's jurisdiction, and rarely, if ever disputed.

Sarah Palin's North Korean & U.S. Allies Blunder

Sarah Palin's North Korean & U.S. Allies Blunder

Sarah Palin, presidential hopeful and former Alaskan governor, was a guest on Glenn Beck's radio show earlier today and made a huge blunder. The show was co-hosted by Oliver Willis and during the interview, Palin's lack of knowledge was debuted for the nation to hear. During the show Willis...

Joe Rehyansky Suggests "Converting" Lesbians in Military

Joe Rehyansky Suggests "Converting" Lesbians in Military

Joe Rehyansky, a Vietnam veteran and former part time judge in Hamilton County, Tennessee, has sparked controversy with outrageous comments posted to the Daily Caller website on November 26, 2010. Rehyansky submitted to the site his feelings regarding gays in the military, his support of lesbians...

White House Announces 9 Pardons by President Obama

White House Announces 9 Pardons by President Obama

The White House announced Friday, December 3, 2010 that President Barack Obama has pardoned 9 people of for a wide range of crimes. Though officials in Washington, DC, did not comment on why Obama chose to pardon the people of their crimes, White House spokesman Reid Cherlin offered a statement...