Morning Docket

Morning Docket: 11.23.10

Christina Walsh dba Capri Anderson

* The New Jersey Senate passed an Anti-Bullying Bill of Rights. Is this just reactionary pandering? Cue Elie’s opinion on the nanny state in 3, 2, 1… [New Jersey Star-Ledger]

* You’re doing it wrong! Chandra Levy’s murderer was convicted in D.C. without forensic evidence, a murder weapon, or eyewitnesses, because “there was a lot of evidence.” [Washington Post]

* How do you make a porn star moan? You don’t pay her. Capri Anderson and Charlie Sheen trade legal filings over their botched October sexcapade. [Los Angeles Times]

* Blame it on the a-a-a-a-a-alcohol t-t-t-t-t-toothpaste. Massachusetts attorney Anthony Galluccio blamed a failed breathalyzer test on his toothpaste – and failed. [Boston Globe]

* It’s not a grope, it’s a freedom pat. ACLU complaints abound in light of the new TSA security measures. Will you be participating in Opt-Out Day? [Wall Street Journal]

* If Joe Miller had a reality television show, it would probably be called The Sorest Loser. He has until next week to file a state court suit over his Alaska election challenge. [Associated Press]

A correction to that last item, after the jump.

CORRECTION: From an Alaskan reader:

Your Morning Docket today (I’m in Alaska. It’s still morning here.) says that Joe Miller has until next week to file a state court challenge to the election. That’s a week off. [H]e had until yesterday to file in state court, which he did. Here’s a write-up from the Anchorage Daily News (I know…not only do we have lawsuits, but we have newspapers and internet!).

We thank this reader for the correction. And we’re glad to know we have readers up in The Last Frontier!

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