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  • Greek government drops plan to criminalize blasphemy

    Greece's conservative government says it will withdraw an article in a criminal code reform bill under which blasphemy would be punishable by two years' imprisonment

    ABC News
  • Greek government drops plan to criminalize blasphemy

    Greece’s conservative government says it will withdraw an article in a criminal code reform bill under which blasphemy would be punishable by two years’ imprisonment

    Washington Post
  • Bolivia's Morales defies calls to resign as opposition plans new march

    A Bolivian protest leader vowed on Tuesday to intensify pressure on President Evo Morales to resign as he resisted opposition demands that he step down over contentious election results.

    IN
  • When Government Lobbies Government for More Government

    Liberal politicians are shocked—shocked, I tell you—to find gambling going on in a gambling house, or to find that lobbying is going on in the U.S. Capitol. "The rich and the powerful have been calling the shots in Washington forever and ever," said presidential candidate Elizabeth Warren. She's proposed an "anti-corruption" package that would impose as much as a 75-percent tax rate on corporations that spend millions on lobbying. Railing against corporate lobbyists is common sport among...

    Reason.com