When the Supreme Court ruled in June that detainees at Guantánamo Bay had the right to challenge their detention in federal court, the justices said that after more than six years of legal wrangling, the prisoners should have their cases heard quickly, because “the costs of delay can no longer be borne by those who are held in custody.”
Charles: Do we have any floating holidays coming up?
Amy: Yeah, Good Friday.
Charles: That's a holiday?!?
Amy: This from the guy who was raised Catholic?
Charles: What? We haven't been to church in a while.
A high school student in Hattiesburg, MS writes to his local paper after growing concerned about the religious nature of several mandatory school assemblies. Brave kid. I had similar questions in high school, growing up in the Bible Belt, but never had the bravery to say such words. [via Bellesouth]
Originally: "You must know the rules to break them creatively."
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