Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Tuesday News & Links

Some items recently in the news:

From ABC News, in California, environmentalists have proposed a bill that would ban lead ammunition.  (via Gateway Pundit)

From the Daily Caller, gay couples in Colorado will soon be able to have civil unions.

From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, the Missouri State House has passed a "conscience rights" bill.  (via the Rational Review News Digest)

Also from the St. Louis Post-Dispatch, a golfer becomes the victim of a very unusual hole-in-one.

From Israel Defense Forces, soldiers with special needs serve in the IDF.

From BBC News, Venezuela will investigate whether their recently-dead president was poisoned.

From MSN News, a "mysterious website" has allegedly hacked and leaked personal information about a variety of well-known people, including the current First Lady.

From Fox News, a New York City cop has been convicted of plotting to kill and eat women.

From Judicial Watch, the president has named the first "African American education czar", and given him the task of reducing "resegregation".  (via Weasel Zippers)

From the Washington Examiner, a picture showing the relative size of the Obamacare law and the regulations being derived it.

From Quartz, a Chinese provincial government is investigating Coca Cola for illegal mapping.

And from Crashdaily, some sequesterial satire.  (What would be the adjective corresponding to the verb or noun "sequester"?  "Sequestrial"?  "Sequesteral"? "Sequestrian"?)

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