Monthly Archives: December 2008

She shot him five times into the head

She shot him five times into the head CBS13.com – Sacramento, CA, USA 2008 12 30 Ellie Nesler Dies After Long Battle With Cancer Ellie Nesler, who sparked a national debate about vigilantism after killing her son’s accused molester in a courtroom in 1993, has died of cancer. She was 56. She shot Daniel Driver five times in the head during a break in his preliminary hearing on charges of molesting four boys including her son….(Full Story) ______________ F4L: It seems that there is always a reason why women can’t help themselves when they murder.  In this case, “… but her 10-year sentence was later overturned because of jury misconduct.  … Continue reading

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Grandmother of woman who smothered her son speaks

WPTV.com; West Palm Beach, FL, USA 2008 12 31 Grandmother of woman who smothered her son speaks Reported by: Chandra Bill PORT ST. LUCIE — Eryn Allegra, the Port St. Lucie mother accused of smothering her eight year old son on Christmas Day may be able to see visitors as early as this weekend. And among the first will be her maternal grandmother, the woman who adopted and raised her. … Tristan’s father, was released from jail this morning. Eryn Allegra is charged with first degree murder. Catherine Whiting says she is on a suicide watch…. See all stories on this topic (2018 04 22: That link no longer functions, but … Continue reading

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The withholding of Royal assent for Canadian legislation

Re: the withholding of Royal assent for Canadian legislation, Roger Hayes from The British Constitution Group wrote and asked a short and simple question to which I had to give a long answer, so as to put the issue of Royal assent in Canada into the context of political and governmental evolution in Canada. Yes, the act of interest is the Ontario Domestic Violence Act 117 (Year 2000). The full title of the Act is: Domestic Violence Protection Act, 2000, S.O. 2000, c. 33 – Bill 117 An Act to better protect victims of domestic violence Assented to December 21, 2000 Her Majesty, by and with the advice and consent … Continue reading

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2008, Ten most popular pages at Fathers for Life

2008, Ten most popular pages at Fathers for Life Rank  Page  Visits 1 Anorexia Nervosa — Changing Ideal of Beauty or Insane Obsession? 85,369 2 Suicide rates in countries throughout the world 27,626 3 Children of Divorce & Separation — Statistics on Consequences of Father Absence 25,080 4 Home Page of Fathers for Life 25,054 5 Family Violence — Main Page 14,354 6 Canada Suicides 12,004 7 USA Suicide Deaths   1979 to 1996 11,263 8 Population pyramids for selected countries in the regions of the world 11,166 9 The fetal alcohol crisis  9,589 10 Feminism?  You want feminism?  Which brand would you like? 8,319

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Stable home discourages early sex by teenagers

A stable home discourages early sex by teenagers. Not only that, but it also encourages more frequent sex relations for parents. WA Today 27 December 2008 No breakfast, earlier sex: Japan study There are many theories on the links between food and sex, but Japanese researchers have came up with a new finding – young people who skip breakfast tend to lose their virginity earlier. In a study of 3,000 people, those who did not regularly eat breakfast when in their early teens said they lost their virginity at an average age of 17.5, versus an overall average age of 19 for all Japanese….(Full Story)

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A synthetic substitute for Christmas

A synthetic substitute for Christmas Human Events 2008 12 24 My Triumph Over Kwanzaa! by  Ann Coulter Is it just me, or does Kwanzaa seem to come earlier and earlier each year? This year, I believe my triumph over this synthetic holiday is nearly complete. The only mentions of Kwanzaa I’ve seen are humorous ones. Most important, for the first time in eight years, President George Bush appears not to have issued “Kwanzaa greetings” to honor this phony non-Christian holiday that is younger than I am….(Full Story)

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5 DWI incidents more important than a murder?

5 DWI incidents more important than a murder? Weatherford Democrat – Weatherford, TX, USA 2008 12 24 5-time DWI sentenced Staff Reports A five-time drunken driver with a blood alcohol concentration more than three times the legal limit was sentenced to eight years in prison by a Parker County judge in a trial held this week in Weatherford. In rendering his sentence, Judge Don Chrestman told Kathryn Ann Vanderburgh, 56, of Saginaw, “Based upon the facts and the totality of your circumstances, I have nothing I can do to help you. I can help some people on the highways by keeping you off the highways, so I’m going to sentence … Continue reading

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Newborn child found in barn

What if the first Christmas would have happened now and not two-thousand years ago? Newborn child found in barn – Police and Youth Welfare Office investigate A Nazareth carpenter and an under-aged mother in temporary custody [Original source and author unknown *] [WPA] BETHLEHEM, Palestine: In the early morning hours, a concerned citizen alarmed officials. He had discovered a young family that were squatters in a barn. When they arrived on the scene, Social Services workers, supported by police officers, found a newborn infant whom his barely 14-year-old mother, a certain Mary H., from Nazareth, Israel, had swaddled in strips of cloth and put to sleep in an animal feeder. … Continue reading

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Divorce rates drop as couples realize it’s cheaper to stay together

Hitched to the economy Divorce rates drop as couples realize it’s cheaper to stay together By Marty Orgel 2008 12 21 SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — The recession and economic turmoil is creating a new class of casualties: Married couples who can’t afford to get divorced. In these tough times many people are finding it’s cheaper to stay together, even when they can’t stand each other. “The reason that the economy has such an enormous impact on divorce is that most people in the middle-income brackets are getting by on whatever income they have. They’re just getting by,” said Bonnie Booden, a family law and divorce attorney in Phoenix. A major … Continue reading

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Girlfriend who falsely cried rape is jailed

Girlfriend who falsely cried rape is jailed Thanks to Manumit: Feminists don’t want you to know facts like this one. Quote: They were eventually freed after Doherty made further contact with officers to admit she had made her account up. She told police: “I was just angry with Ben and I wanted to hurt him because we had had a row.” The Telegraph 18 December 2008 Girlfriend who falsely cried rape is jailed By Chris Irvine A woman who tried to frame two men for rape after a row with her boyfriend has been jailed for four months. Dana Doherty, 22, was arrested after falsely contacting police from a phonebox … Continue reading

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