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Study: Campaign donations to judges distorting justice system

Pending Supreme Court ruling could make things even worse: law prof A soon-to-be-published study has found that campaign contributions from corporations to judges are likely distorting the justice system and making it harder for ordinary citizens to win cases against corporations. University of Illinois labor law professor Michael LeRoy examined…

Obama condemns Iran’s ‘violent and unjust suppression’ of citizens

President Barack Obama on Monday strongly condemned Iran’s crackdown on protesters and called on the Islamic regime to immediately free those “unjustly detained.” “The United States joins with the international community in strongly condemning the violent and unjust suppression of innocent Iranian citizens,” Obama said in Hawaii where he is…

Fox News: cutting minimum wage ‘better for workers’

WASHINGTON — As the recession continues to weigh heavily on the livelihoods of millions, the Fox News Channel on Monday suggested that lowering the minimum wage could be “better for workers.” “The minimum wage is kind of like a sacred cow in Washington, with many, many lawmakers thinking it’s a…

John Dean: Cheney may have given false statements to FBI

There is “a lot of evidence” that Vice President Dick Cheney gave false statements to the FBI during its investigation of the Valerie Plame leak affair, says former White House attorney John Dean. Dean told MSNBC’s Keith Olbermann that Cheney attained “something of a record” by refusing to answer or…

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