Four In The Afternoon: Courts, Morons, Deportations, Goonery

4 in the Afternoon1 JUDGE TALK Canada’s Supreme Court orders a re-write of the country’s wiretap law, Quebec’s long-gun registry data is safe until at least June and cookies are now a legal medical marijuana delivery system in B.C.

2 ONE PERCENTAGE POINT That’s the difference between NDP and Conservative support right now. And yet, majority government.

3 REPUBLICANS SUCK MONKEY BUTT Arizona’s governor signs a bill that says life starts before conception. It’s not ignorant science as much as a sleazy bureaucratic maneuver to start the state’s bullshit abortion cut-off clock earlier as part of the ongoing Republican Party/right-wing Christian attack against women’s reproductive rights. Meanwhile, federal Republicans say they’re the party that sticks up for women. HA HA HA HA HA HA HA, no they’re not.

4 DEPORTED FOR QUESTIONING Canada is sending an Ottawa professor to France to be questioned by police. Peeps be mad. He hasn’t been charged with anything. Give our country’s history of treating innocent people like terrorists, you’d think we’d show a little more restraint.

VIDEO! Why is Shea Weber not suspended? This is garbage.

Author: Stephen Whitworth

Prairie Dog editor Stephen Whitworth will never, ever pass up a chance to make a Breakin’ 2: Electric Boogaloo pun.

4 thoughts on “Four In The Afternoon: Courts, Morons, Deportations, Goonery”

  1. Re: #3, I read the linked article, but your reference to life starting before conception baffles me. The bill deals with late-term abortions. Could you be confusing conception with viability? Please clarify.

  2. 1) COOKIES! ANUMNUMNUMNUM! Whoa! These Pot Cookies give cookie monster a tummy ache!
    Me share these cookies next with Grover!

    2) I wouldn’t pay much attention to this poll until closer to the 2015 election when it really matters.

    3) Arizona keeps making political headlines! And yet retirees continue to flock there for the winter.

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