1. So you think you have the right to a lawyer?

    You have the right to a lawyer... except when you don't.

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  2. A sex tape with Hulk Hogan.

    Hulk Hogan sued Gawker for invasion of privacy, and a jury recently returned a $115 million dollar verdict in favor of Hogan. But did Gawker have a First Amendment right to publish it?

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  3. Take your son to work day?

    Remember "Take Your Daughter to Work" Day? Well, how about your son?

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  4. Unaminity for death?

    Before someone is sentenced to death in America, doesn't there need to be a unanimous jury verdict?

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  5. When freedom does not include voting.

    How many citizens do you think will be prevented from voting for president in 2016 because of their criminal record?

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  6. More on the FBI and Apple.

    The government is exploiting the obvious and understandable emotions around the San Bernardino shooting to try to establish a precedent that would permanently undermine the right of privacy in America.

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  7. Is the FBI duping you?

    The FBI would have you think that Apple is thwarting a terrorist investigation by not creating for the bureau new computer code that would allow it to hack into the cell phone used by Syed Farook, one of the San Bernardino shooters. But the FBI is omitting key facts from its public relations offensive.

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  8. Has your town returned its grenade launcher?

    The federal government has ordered 3 Massachusetts police departments, as well as the state Department of Corrections, to return their grenade launchers, bayonets, and armored vehicles due to an executive order issued by President Obama calling for the recall of military weaponry that local and state police have no use for, that they should never have requested, and that the federal government should never have issued to them.

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  9. Why Apple is right and the FBI is wrong.

    The government is banking on fear of terrorists, once again, to compel the federal judiciary to become accomplices in the further destruction of our remaining privacy.

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  10. Is the fix in on the 2016 election?

    In November 2016, 10 states, with 129 of the 270 electoral votes needed to win the presidency, many of them the swing states that usually determine the election, will utilize their new voter suppression laws.

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