Jester’s Court — December 22-23, 2012


The governor of the Central Bank of Ecuador has resigned after admitting that he lied about having a degree in economics.

China declared that receptions for high-ranking officers will no longer feature liquor or luxury banquets.

Tear gas and water cannons broke up demonstrations in India over the gang rape of a 23-year-old.

A judge dismissed a birther lawsuit by claiming that Barack Obama is a legitimate president because he is the President.

A federal appeals court halted a new California law to prevent therapists from trying to change a minor’s sexual orientation.

The Senate passed a resolution that calls on the newspaper Village Voice “to act as a responsible global citizen” by taking down its “adult entertainment” section of its classified advertising website.

Beyond suggesting that armed guards should patrol the schools, the NRA put the blame for the Newtown shooting on video games. Guns still exculpated.

Paul Ryan to replace John Boehner as Speaker?

“Let me be clear.”

The TSA pats down Santa Claus.

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