Jester’s Court — December 18, 2012


A Central Texas school board is banning the Confederate battle flag from district property and district-sponsored events.

Welcome to the twenty-first century. For the first time, the Census Bureau is giving U.S. households a chance to respond to government surveys over the Internet.

Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder vetoed legislation that would have allowed concealed weapons on school grounds.

Tennessee has a great idea: Secretly arm some teachers.

Or, forget the secret part. As Virginia Gov. Bob McDonnell suggests, let’s allow school officials in general to carry a gun.

A study confirms that climate change denialists are conspiracy prone.

Make your own government.

Recently deceased Sen. Daniel Inouye was eighty-eight years old and third in line to be president behind the Vice-President and Speaker of the House.

500 people have been arrested in China for spreading doomsday rumors.

Sarah Palin weighs in on the Newtown shooting: Believe in God and not the political and media “elites.”

The Taliban killed five female health workers who were immunizing children against polio in Pakistan.

Tea Party Nation has an explanation for the Sandy Hook massacre: Too many William Ayers and not enough George Zimmermans.

Michigan State Senator Brandon Dill gives a riveting speech against Michigan’s “right to work” law, particularly the undemocratic process by which it was presented.

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