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The Revolutionaries in Our Midst | Chris Hedges

November 12, 2013

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San Diego County DUI Checkpoint Attorney & Criminal Defense Lawyer (619) 238-1905

February 21, 2013
San Diego County DUI Checkpoint Attorney & Criminal Defense Lawyer (619) 238-1905

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Matt Barnes on defense against Indiana

January 24, 2012
Matt Barnes on defense against Indiana

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Late Edition : Take a First Look at Greystone Manor Supperclub

November 12, 2011
Late Edition : Take a First Look at Greystone Manor Supperclub

Click here to view the full photogallery. Elizabeth Daniels 11/11 SBE is like Madonna — a master of reinvention and concurrent relevance, it exercises the right to frequent costume changes. The latest is, of course , Greystone Manor Supperclub . This concept is a partnership between nightclub investors SBE and The Alliance (Richman, Hartwell, Delgado, & Bellisario) with Nick Montealegre & Dean May. The place opened last night for a TV Guide Magazine Hot List Party. Sneak a peek at the photo gallery which shows several areas for lounging and cocktailing, comfortable seating, plush walls, crystal chandeliers and the usual velvet rope. Emphasis on drinks, though bites of food are also on offer, Greystone Manor opens to the public tomorrow. [EaterWire] Continue reading here: Late Edition : Take a First Look at Greystone Manor Supperclub

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Extra, Extra: Kidnapped Car Salesman, Free Katy Perry Concert, A Defense of Lana Del Rey

November 12, 2011
Extra, Extra: Kidnapped Car Salesman, Free Katy Perry Concert, A Defense of Lana Del Rey

In tonight’s Extra, Extra, a baby was born at 11:11am, a man kidnapped a car salesman and Katy Perry is hosting a free concert. Plus: Keep up with us on Facebook , and follow us on Twitter: @LAist @LAistFood @LAistSports . more › Read more from the original source: Extra, Extra: Kidnapped Car Salesman, Free Katy Perry Concert, A Defense of Lana Del Rey

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Last Witness in Conrad Murray’s Defense Takes Stand Again Today

October 28, 2011
Last Witness in Conrad Murray’s Defense Takes Stand Again Today

The last witness in the defense’s case on behalf of Conrad Murray, who is on trial for involuntary manslaughter in the death of Michael Jackson, is expected to wrap up his testimony today. Dr. Paul White is described by KTLA as “one of the world’s foremost experts on the surgical anesthetic propofol,” which was determined to be the drug that killed the King of Pop. more › Read this article: Last Witness in Conrad Murray’s Defense Takes Stand Again Today

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Do Gays And Lesbians Deserve The Same Protections As Other Minorities?

October 16, 2011

SAN FRANCISCO — Gays and lesbians are not entitled to the same heightened legal protection and scrutiny against discrimination as racial minorities and women in part because they are far from politically powerless and have ample ability to influence lawmakers, lawyers for a U.S. House of Representatives group said in a federal court filing. The filing Friday in San Francisco’s U.S. District Court comes in a lesbian federal employee’s lawsuit that claims the government wrongly denied health insurance coverage to her same-sex spouse. Karen Golinski says the law under which her spouse was denied benefits – the Defense of Marriage Act – violates the U.S. Constitution’s guarantee of equal protection. But attorneys representing the House’s Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group counter that DOMA is subject to a lower level of court scrutiny because gays and lesbians don’t meet the legal criteria for groups who receive heightened protection from discrimination. Under that lower standard, DOMA is constitutional, they argue. “A spate of recent news stories only confirms the conclusion that homosexuals are far from politically powerless,” the filing says, arguing that the court should deny Golinski’s motion for summary judgment in her favor. “Accordingly, gays and lesbians cannot be labeled `politically powerless’ without draining that phrase of all meaning.” The filing cites a poll of Americans showing support for gay candidates, New York’s decision to legalize gay marriage, and the lifting of the “don’t ask, don’t tell” policy that prohibited gays and lesbians from serving openly in the armed forces. Golinski’s attorney, Tara Borelli, said in a phone interview Saturday, “We don’t think that DOMA can survive a court review under any level.” A recent ruling by a District Court judge in Massachusetts supported that view, Borelli said. Golinski’s case has received support from the Obama administration. In a brief filed in July that urged the court to find DOMA unconstitutional, the administration argued that it reflected Congressional hostility to gays and targeted an immutable characteristic – sexual orientation – that has nothing to do with someone’s ability to contribute to society. The administration also characterized gays and lesbians as minorities with limited political power. It had previously said it would not defend the marriage act. The House’s Bipartisan Legal Advisory Group stepped in to defend it. See the rest here: Do Gays And Lesbians Deserve The Same Protections As Other Minorities?

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Focus Turns to Drugs in Jackson’s System

October 6, 2011
Focus Turns to Drugs in Jackson’s System

Prosecutors want to show that Dr. Conrad Murray administered the drugs, then failed to monitor Michael Jackson. But the defense claims it was Jackson who self-administered the fatal dose. Excerpt from: Focus Turns to Drugs in Jackson’s System

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