Jester’s Court — March 14, 2012


Rick Santorum supports Puerto Rico statehood if English is the official language.

The Arkansas Democratic Party filed a lawsuit to remove the name of a convicted felon from the state ballot.

The Obama administration is leaving open the possibility of giving Moscow certain secret data on U.S. interceptor missiles intended to help protect Europe from any Iranian missile strike.

U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta traveled to Afghanistan, but as his plane landed, a pickup sped along the runway and crashed. Some places reported it as a terrorist attack.

Rick Santorum has an answer to all those concerned about climate change: “The dangers of carbon dioxide? Tell that to a plant, how dangerous carbon dioxide is.”

NASA’s debunking of the Mayan end-of-the-world theory in a three-and-one-half-minute video.

The Idaho legislature has declared the telegraph obsolete as it cleaned up an archaic law.

The Arizona legislature will discuss the establishment of an armed volunteer militia to patrol the Arizona-Mexico border for undocumented immigrants and drug traffickers.

Smell like the Pope. Pope Benedict has commissioned renowned perfumist Silvana Casolito create a new scent just for him.

Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron jest each other about the War of 1812.


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