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Blogging federal judge: ‘May the Fourth be with you’

Jul 3, 2013, 03:55 pm CDT


Of course, his right to act like a spoiled brat is not exclusive, nor is the the only one to launch the occasional, irreverent post.

Myself, I certainly appreciate the holiday greeting.  The Fourth of July is not uniquely an American celebration, because the throwing out of the British, which it marks, was and has remained a beacon of great hope to people in many lands, signifying, “YES!  It can be done!”

By B. McLeod on 2013 07 04, 5:09 pm CDT

Did Star Wars just get to Nebraska?

By Pushkin on 2013 07 07, 9:11 am CDT

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