Three Indiana judges, out on a booze-fueled bender the night before a judicial conference, got into a fight and two of them got shot. It started at a White Castle when one of them (a female) flipped the bird at a passing car. Then the fun began.
The Indiana Supreme Court suspended the judges.
Electric scooter riders Dallas are
learning — painfully — they may have little recourse against the rental
companies for any accident-related damages and injuries. The companies
have shielded themselves via novella-length payment agreements that
users must accept to use the scooters.
The click-to-agree clauses, which can consume more than 250 cellphone screens to read fully, force riders to settle all disputes through confidential binding arbitration, effectively giving up their right to sue in court. Some of the user agreements say renters must take responsibility for all accidents and damage and must accept a $100 limit on the companies’ liability.
“Today’s decision can only cause one to wonder which cases the Court will overrule next,” Justice Bryer wrote in his dissent (pdf), in which Justices Ginsburg, Sotomayor, and Kagan joined.
Some observers expressed fear one of the those caes could be Roe v. Wade.
A former high-ranking U.S. government official recently admitted that the Federal Bureau of Investigation previously worked to keep “progressives” and “socialists” out of government–years after the agency officially claimed they no longer engaged in such efforts.
Message to liberals: Maybe you should cool it with the FBI Lovefest, eh?
The Oregonian/OregonLive has found criminal cases involving at least five Saudi nationals who vanished before they faced trial or completed their jail sentence in Oregon. They include two accused rapists, a pair of suspected hit-and-run drivers and one man with child porn on his computer.
A Texas Elementary School Speech Pathologist Refused to Sign a Pro-Israel Oath, Now Mandatory in Many States — so She Lost Her Job
The anti-BDS Israel oath was included in Amawi’s contract papers due to an Israel-specific state law enacted on May 2, 2017, by the Texas State Legislature and signed into law two days later by GOP Gov. Greg Abbott. The bill unanimously passed the lower House by a vote of 131-0, and then the Senate by a vote of 25-4.
Child language specialist, Bahia Amawi, is a U.S. citizen received an offer to extend her teaching contract for another year, but it required she sign a promise not to participate in a boycott of Israel (BDS). She refused to sign because of the pro-Israel oath, was not re-hired, and is now suing over violation of her First Amendment rights.
At the time that Texas enacted the law barring contractors from supporting a boycott of Israel, it was the 17th state in the country to do so. As of now, 26 states have enacted such laws — including blue states run by Democrats such as New York, California, and New Jersey — while similar bills are pending in another 13 states.