Jester’s Court — December 10, 2012


South Carolina Gov. Nikki Hailey won’t appoint Stephen Colbert to the Senate because of milk.

Mitt Romney meets Manny Pacquiao.

Officials in Nigeria say the mother of Finance Minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala has been kidnapped.

Biometric voting machines fail in a presidential election in Ghana.

Britain is considering legalizing drugs.

South Korea tries to ban porn on the internet.

Silvio Berlusconi – he’s back.

Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s hold on power is looking increasingly frai, leaving him with the options of exile, fighting to the death or retreating to the mountains.

The strange world of the North Korean internet.

A federal judge ruled that North Carolina’s decision to issue anti-abortion license plates is unconstitutional because the state doesn’t offer similar plates supporting abortion rights.

Texas lawmakers cut $73 million from planning family, then realize they must budget for a $273 million increase in infant care.

Animal abuse at the Wyoming Wildlife Services?

The asteroid that took out the dinosaurs also killed the Obamadon lizard.

The Flickr President.

Mitt Romney’s comments about 47 percent of the population dependent on the government and “binders full of women” topped this year’s best quotes.

Florida Rep. Allen West says that his opponent beat him by cheating.

Watch this video and Orly Taitz expects you will march onto the White House to expose Barack Obama’s roots.

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