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I have the utmost respect for the judicial branch of the American system of government. It is a job that comes with its perks but judges, generally, are not given enough credit for dispensing even-handed justice to criminals of all
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This is the 30th episode of the Blind Tiger Podcast, recorded on June 9th, 2014.  In this episode Mikes, Jesse, and myself gathered in the studio to help celebrate the end of the school.  Newly liberated teachers and students are
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Pennsylvania has one of the most backwards system when it comes to selling alcohol to its residents. We have restrictions atop taxes atop restrictions that mean that if you want to down a bottle of delicious beer you have to
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inUnited_States.svg" title="" />It should come as no surprise to anyone that Utah might have some regressive laws regarding the sale and consumption of alcohol. In the epicenter of the Mormon religion which believes fervently that the consumption of
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thomasthedramshop" title="" />Forty-four states and the District of Columbia have “dram shop” laws on the books. The name comes from England where a “Dram Shop” used to sell gin to customers by the spoonful or “dram.” These laws state that
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Sore loser shirt via Zazzle Before the July 4th holiday we wrote about how Pennsylvania Senator Chuck McIlhinney managed some pretty shady political tactics in an attempt to kill Governor Tom Corbett’s liquor privatization bill.  In its place he
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3471027" title="" />Mike and I have discussed before Governor Tom Corbett’s desire to privatize the Pennsylvania state-controlled system of alcohol sales and distribution. Whether you support the idea of reform to the state-run system as it now stands or
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It seems that Pennsylvania and Colorado aren’t the only states plagued by ridiculously nonsensical laws regarding the sale of alcohol.  WLFI out of West Lafayette, Indiana reports that a battle between grocery, pharmacy, and convenience stores versus liquor stores
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After ample discussion in the most recent episode of the antiquated liquor laws, I decided to take a look at other states with more absurd laws on the books regarding the sale and consumption of spirited beverages. Without a lot
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