Monday, May 19th, 2008
Violent police crackdown on student revelry at Wesleyan College. Student-oriented account here.
New lawsuit alleges that Lifelock customers’ identities were repeatedly compromised due to sub-bar identity protection efforts. Best part is that the suit alleges the president of the company’s identity was compromised, too.
Just as California legalizes gay marriage, a Texas minister is caught in
a circle-jerk at a public porn theater an Internet sex sting. Coincidence? I think not! Won’t someone please think of the fundamentalist ministers and anti-gay pundits? (Edited–confused this with another sex scandal story. Sorry. So many!)
Fake DEA agent bluffs his way into accompanying local police on drug raids. So if this guy was illegally accompanying narcotics cops on drug raids, does that mean the people getting raided would have been justified in shooting him?
The Competitive Enterprise Institute has started a new campaign to defend the rights of pain patients.
Shawn Macomber reviews what looks to be the most horrifying movie ever made.
A(nother) new study shows that marijuana helps relieve chronic pain.