Jester’s Court — November 26, 2012


Secession bumper stickers are becoming popular in Texas.

Mitt Romney gets the support of the 47%.

Here’s the ticket to lift the GOP out of its doldrums: Sarah Palin.

Rick Santorum is considering running for president again.

A bill in Uganda will increase penalties for homosexuality, but at least the death penalty provision was dropped.

Germany may recriminalize bestiality after an increase in its incidence since it became legal.

A highly sophisticated scientific installation being built in Jordan has several Arab nations, together with Turkey, Pakistan, Cyprus, Iran and Israel, working together.

A former Mexican mayor, dubbed a heroine of the twentyfirst century, was executed by a drug cartel.

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev said he is not ruling out a return to becoming president.

A North Korean assassin is caught with James Bond-like weapons.

Four separatist parties in Spain’s Catalonia appeared to win a majority in regional elections, but the main one was on course to lose some seats, possibly undermining its bid to call an independence referendum.

Toronto Mayor Rob Ford has run afoul of conflict of interest laws and will be removed from office.

Prince Charles fears that he is running out of time to be king.

For the first time in human history, more people are obese than hungry.

At the height of the space race, the U.S. considered detonating an atom bomb on the moon as a display of America’s Cold War muscle.

Donald Trump praises Barack Obama.

Supreme Court justices will decide whether now is the time to rule on whether gays and lesbians have a constitutional right to marry.

A Texas town puts bathrooms in its downtown with one-way mirrors.

A new Florida law that contributed to long voter lines and caused some to abandon voting altogether was intentionally designed by Florida GOP staff and consultants to inhibit Democratic voters.

Humboldt State University in California is plannning to develop a marijuana institute for scholarly research.

An Alabama state senator has reintroduced legislation that would require most businesses and locations to allow employees to bring guns.

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