Jester’s Court — December 7, 2012


The House unanimously passed a Senate resolution that calls on the U.S. government to oppose the United Nations’ control of the Internet.

Wireless providers would be required to record and store information about Americans’ private text messages for at least two years, according to a proposal that police have submitted to Congress.

Hay thefts soar.

The Pentagon warned, “There will be consequences” if Bashar Assad unleashes chemical weapons against the Syrian people.

Barack Obama and Mitt Romney spent over $2 billion.

A month after the bitterly fought election, President Barack Obama has his highest approval ratings since the killing of Osama bin Laden.

The trillion dollar platinum coin.

The Supreme Court of Mexico has paved the way for same-sex couples to marry in every one of the country’s 31 states.

Silvio Berlusconi is looking to run for Italian Prime Minister again.

For some reason, the Obama administration wants to pursue a policy against legalized pot.

An estimated $100,000 worth of jewelry was stolen from California Rep. Darrell Issa’s home last week.

Communist East Germany allowed Western drug companies to use its medical patients as unwitting guinea pigs for tests with untried pharmaceuticals in return for hundreds of thousands in hard currency.

Higher taxes for the rich kills jobs? “Mythology.”

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