Jester’s Court — January 3, 2013


Former U.S. House Majority Leader Tom DeLay was sentenced to three years in prison for a scheme to influence elections.

A drop in violent crime is being credited to unleaded gasoline.

Orly Taitz loses another court battle.

Another Kennedy takes his seat in Congress.

In Connecticut, a new initiative called the Violent Video Games Return Program is offering citizens a $25 gift certificate in exchange for their violent games.

Minnesota Rep. Michele Bachmann introduced the 34th piece of legislation over the last two years to repeal Obamacare.

Democrats sent 35 tea party membership cards to freshmen Republican Congressmembers.

Michigan and Virginia signed into law restrictions on abortions.

Georgia’s Governor says he cannot suspend Sheriff Victor Hill while he fights 32 felony charges of racketeering and theft because Hill was not in office when the indictment was returned a year ago.

Flipping off the cops is constitutional.

Iceland, Germany and Denmark have official rules on baby names.

South African President Jacob Zuma gets into an argument over dogs.

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