Thursday, April 23rd, 2009
Immigrants caught up in federal raids not only face deportation, but losing their kids, too. Shame on us.
Eulogizing the boom box.
The Wall Street Journal picks up the story of Pennsylvania DA George Skumanick Jr.’s ridiculously aggressive prosecution of teens caught up in the “sexting” craze–and, even worse, his pursuit of some who weren’t. Hell, it’s only April and we already have several worthy candidates for the 2009 WOPOTY Award.
Tweets of the rich and famous.
Lefty Brown student transfers to Jerry Falwell’s Liberty University for a semester in order to write a book about the experience. The results are interesting, and a little surprising.
In a rare Fourth Amendment win, the Supreme Court puts some limits on warrantless car searches. The line up of justices in the 5-4 opinion is pretty interesting, too. Credit to Scalia, who gets a lot of (deserved) heat on this site.