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Jury Finds Michael Dunn Guilty Of First-Degree Murder In Killing Of Jordan Davis

On Wednesday, Michael Dunn, a Florida resident, was found guilty of first-degree murder for the killing of 17-year-old Jordan Davis in September of 2012 after an argument over loud music, a case which garnered national attention. It only took the jury about 5 hours to reach a verdict. In contrast, a jury was deadlocked in […]

This week, the White House confirmed that an American citizen named Douglas McAuthur McCain has been killed in Syria at the hands of the Free Syrian Army, apparently while fighting alongside ISIS. The State Department says that there are “as many as 100″ Americans fighting with various extremist groups in the region, including but not limited to […]

JPMorgan Chase enjoyed an awful lot of glowing praise and positive PR yesterday with the announcement of the firm’s intention to invest $100 million in revitalizing Detroit. CEO Jaime Dimon headed to Detroit for his victory lap, and even brought along a glossy brochure of all the wonderful ways JPMorgan will save Detroit. There has […]

Noam Scheiber in the New Republic reminds is that the law isn’t always applied equally, but should be. Anyone who has ever picked up a tabloid knows full well how the 1 percent flouts the laws that bind the rest of us. We still collectively stew over the world’s William Kennedy Smiths (acquitted on rape […]

Liberaland has been following the travails of 11th Circuit Court Justice William Pryor, and allegations that he posted photos of himself to the gay porn Web site badpuppy.com. Roger Shuler’s Legal Schnauzer blog broke the story, and has taken the lead in conveying new developments, including this: A scandal about gay-porn photos of U.S. Circuit […]

This is a big deal and a cultural step forward for the nation. There had been When he is sworn in, Todd Hughes will become the highest-ranking openly gay judge in the United States: The Senate voted 98 to 0 on Tuesday to confirm the appointment of a Justice Department lawyer as the nation’s first […]

Roger Shuler, the controversial blogger whose allegations concerning 11th Circuit Court Justice William Pryor’s having posted explicit photos of himself to the gay porn site badpuppy.com went viral after having been posted to his Legal Schnauzer blog last week, follows through with another blockbuster post: A gay pornography scandal involving U.S. Circuit Judge Bill Pryor […]

Earlier this week, provocative Alabama law blogger Roger Shuler posted an interesting tidbit about solidly conservative US Court of Appeals 11th Circuit Justice William Pryor: Nude photographs of federal judge Bill Pryor appeared in the 1990s on a gay pornography Web site, a Legal Schnauzer investigation shows. The photos appeared in 1997 on badpuppy.com, which […]