Alfalfa: Not yet genetically modifiedThe U.S. Supreme Court, which has nearly hacked Miranda to death, may very well swing its scythe at environmentalists and consumers. The court's making noises as if it will strike down the current ban on Monsanto's genetically engineered, pesticide-resistant alfa ... More >>
The US Supreme Court has pulled the plug on broadcasting the historic Prop 8 federal trial, beginning today in San Francisco. Last week, Judge Vaughn Walker made the decision to allow delayed televised coverage of the trial. Video coverage was to be available regularly on YouTube, though Wal ... More >>
Ours is an age on ever-increasing criminality -- not that we commit more crimes, but that so many of our actions have been redefined as more serious offenses. Who thinks, for instance, that teens sending naked pictures of themselves to their friends is child pornography? Zealous prosecutors, appare ... More >>
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