Jester’s Court — March 4, 2013


northkoreaFormer NBA star Dennis Rodman, back from a trip to North Korea, said Kim Jung-un wants Barack Obama to pick up the phone and call him.

northkoreaKim Jung-un’s a daddy, probably a baby girl, and he didn’t even tell his BFF Dennis Rodman.

corruptionA $2 million bribery scheme for red light cameras in Chicago.

internationalIsrael introduces “Palestinian only” bus lines.

internationalZimbabwe President Robert Mugabe celebrated his 89th birthday with a $600,000 birthday party and an 89-kilogram cake.

internationalLech Walesa has sparked outrage in Poland by saying that gays have no right to a prominent role in politics and that as a minority they need to “adjust to smaller things.”

internationalThe prospects of fresh elections in Italy are getting ever closer as all sides continue to rule out the possibility of forming a workable government.

censorshipA group of free-speech advocates is rallying behind an Indiana inmate serving two years for his online rants against a judge who took away his child-custody rights during a divorce case.

foolishNew Jersey Sen. Robert Menendez sponsored legislation that would benefit the biggest political donor to his re-election, the same person whose private jet Menendez used for two personal trips to the Dominican Republic for which he is being investigated.

governmentsThe argument before the Supreme Court on same-sex marriage rests on accidental pregnancies.

governmentsLow-income parents seeking federal assistance would be forced to sign away their Fourth Amendment rights under a bill proposed last week by Rep. Stephen Fincher of Tennessee.

governmentsTexas State House Rep. Phil Stephenson has introduced a resolution calling on all public schools to display the Ten Commandments.

surpriseFormer South Carolina Gov. Mark Sanford, a U.S. House candidate in the state, courted his ex-wife, Jenny Sanford, to run his congressional campaign.

videoAmbassador Rodman. Wow! Did the North Koreans send back a brain-washed Rodman or is the most gullible person since Neville Chamberlain?

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