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share thistagsalliance defending freedomangel larsencarl larsendiscriminationdiscrimination lawdiscrimination lawsuitfreedom of consciencefreedom of expressiongay weddinghuman rightshuman rights violationhuman rights violationsjeremy tedescominnesotaprinter refuses gay weddingreligionreligious discriminationsame-sex marriagesame-sex relationshipstelescope media groupus newswon't make gay wedding cakealliance defending freedom attorneys representing a pair of minnesota filmmakers filed their opening brief on appeal friday in a lawsuit challenging a state law that allows the government to control the stories they tell. the law allows minnesota to punish the larsens with fines and jail time if they create wedding films consistent with their faith while declining to create wedding films promot






minnesota: filmmakers carl larsen, angel larsen appeal gay marriage rules, forci


share thistagsadoptionadoption storiesafricaangel larsenbig brothercamerooncarl larsencondemn homosexualityethiopiafirst amendmentfox newsfox news channelfree speechfreedom of consciencefreedom of expressionfreedom of religionfreedom of speechgay weddinghomosexualhomosexual propagandahomosexualityminnesotaprinter refuses gay weddingrenee carlsonsame-sex marriagesame-sex relationshipstelescope media groupwon't make gay wedding cakea pair of st. cloud filmmakers on friday appealed a court order from last month that dismissed their lawsuit challenging a state law that allows minnesota officials to control the stories they tell. the law forces them to use their creative talents to promote same-sex marriages if they produce films that celebrate marriage between one man and one woman.alliance de






wedding cake case at high court could affect st. cloud couple's suit against min


angel and carl larsen are a st. cloud couple with eight kids, deep christian faith and a conviction that the first amendment protects their videography business from having to film same-sex weddings.attorney general lori swanson is the state’s top lawyer who, alongside the state human rights commissioner, defended minnesota against the larsens’ lawsuit this year and won a sweeping ruling, which said the constitution does not shield businesses from obeying state human rights law.both sides will be watching tuesday, when the u.s. supreme court hears arguments in a parallel case brought by a baker against the state of colorado. swanson signed a friend-of-the-court brief siding with colorado and citing the ruling minnesota won from u.s. district judge john tunheim. the larsens hope that a favo






judge rejects couple's argument for refusing gay customers


minneapolis — a federal judge has dismissed a legal challenge by the owners of a minnesota video company who want to shoot weddings for heterosexual couples only.carl and angel larsen own telescope media group and filed a lawsuit in december against the state's human rights commissioner and attorney general contesting a minnesota law that bans businesses from denying wedding services to same-sex couples. the st. cloud couple's lawsuit was a pre-emptive effort to avoid penalties for turning away same-sex customers.chief district judge john tunheim rejected the larsens' argument that the law was an effort to "stamp out expression opposing same-sex marriage."the star tribune reports the judge's 63-page ruling wednesday described the larsens' plan to turn away same-sex couple as "conduct akin






trump to shift courts to the right with slate of appeals nominees


president donald trump will press forward monday with his effort to shift the nation’s judiciary to the right by announcing five conservative nominees to federal appeals courts, according to a person familiar with the plans.the move follows the confirmation last month of supreme court justice neil gorsuch, trump’s first pick to the high court. the appeals court selections were described by the person on condition of anonymity.many of the appellate nominees to be announced monday have deep ties to the conservative federalist society. two had been on a trump campaign list of 21 potential supreme court nominees compiled with the help of the federalist society and the heritage foundation.three of the five are former law clerks for either supreme court justice antonin scalia or justice clarence






10 people nominated by trump to federal bench


a look at the 10 people picked by president donald trump for positions on federal courts:___name: joan larsenage: 48current position: she was a university of michigan law professor when republican gov. rick snyder appointed her to the michigan supreme court in 2015. larsen was a law clerk for late u.s. supreme court justice antonin scalia in the 1990s.nominated to: 6th u.s. circuit court of appeals in cincinnati.education: law degree, northwestern university law school, 1993; bachelor's degree, university of northern iowa, 1990.notable: because of her short tenure, larsen has written only a handful of majority opinions on the michigan court. she considers criminal law and constitutional law to be her strongest areas. "family law is not something i spent a great deal of time with. that has






reusse: vikings dt johnson assumes unsung stalwart role once held by larsen


there are 11 players who made their careers with the vikings in the pro football hall of fame and four are defensive linemen: alan page, carl eller, john randle and chris doleman.jared allen will make it in due time, and he spent six of his 11 nfl seasons and had 85½ of his 136 sacks with the vikings. and some day, the veterans committee will do the right thing for jim marshall, as it finally did for mick tingelhoff, and the nfl’s ironman of line combat will gain a place in canton.as you go through the vikings’ 57 years, all moments of glory have included excellence along the defensive line — most notably, of course, the purple people eaters that first carried and then helped the vikings to their four nfl/nfc championships from 1969 to 1976.marshall was an original viking in 1961; former g






getting an appeal heard in a higher court the global dispatch


share thistagsassault casechild custodycriminalcriminal chargesdomestic abusegeorgiakfc appeallisteria attorneythe lincoln lawyerwhen it comes to legal issues, the word “always” is perhaps too bold. if you went through a trial but lost your case, there is a good chance you can appeal but not always. guiding the appeals process are several explanations and definitions. due to the complexities of the appeals process even at the state level, it is imperative that you work with a georgia attorney experienced in handling appeals.photo by carrie z. via pixabayfor starters, the purpose of the appeals court is to review legal decisions from an earlier trial and then determine if the judge interpreted the law impartially and accurately. if you had a jury trial, the appeals court does not consider t






appeals court clears way for large hog farm in se minnesota


st. paul, minn. — the minnesota court of appeals says a proposal for a large hog feedlot in southeastern minnesota can move forward.in a decision monday, a three-judge panel affirmed a decision by the goodhue county board to approve the proposed 4,700-hog operation near zumbrota.opponents of the circle k project, including the land stewardship project and neighbors, have raised concerns about odors from the farm. but the appeals court noted that the minnesota pollution control agency concluded that the project does not pose a risk of potential significant environmental effects.the court concluded the county board did not abuse its discretion or act unreasonably when it approved a conditional use permit for the project.the circle k project is owned by kohlnhofer farms, which operates severa






judge jeffrey minehart sues kermit gosnell documentary filmmakers over ’emotiona


about the authorbrandon jones - writer and co-founder of the global dispatch, brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professional in 2008 on sites like examiner and blogs: desk of brian, crazed fanboy. appearing on several radio shows, brandon has hosted dispatch radio, written his first novel (the rise of the templar) will be a licensed assembly of god pastor by the spring of 2017. "why do we do this?" i was asked and the answer is simple. "i just want the truth. i want a source of information that tells me what's going and clearly attempts to separate opinion from fact. set aside left and right, old and young, just point to the world and say, 'look!'" to contact brandon email [email protected] attn: brandon






8 reasons why themed weddings are more popular than ever the global dispatch


share thistagsamerican weddingour family weddingpay for weddingwedding costwedding dresswedding storiesweddingsonce you’ve got the ring and are engaged, it’s time to start thinking about the wedding! it can sometimes be hard to finalize details of the wedding. most couples want to get married in style but have no idea where to start from. katie from orla james suggests that having a themed wedding is easier than opting for a traditional wedding. she thinks themed weddings are more fun, easier to plan, and are more enjoyable. these weddings have gained a lot of popularity over the past decade and a half. most weddings today are built around a theme that is unique and individualized to the couple.photo/ queena deng via pixabaylet us look at a few reasons why themed weddings are more popular






minnesota appeals court rejects bid to move officer's trial


st. paul, minn. — the minnesota court of appeals has rejected moving the manslaughter trial of a police officer charged in the fatal shooting of a black motorist.attorneys for st. anthony police officer jeronimo yanez asked the appeals court to reverse the trial judge's ruling against a change of venue.but chief justice edward cleary wrote thursday the appeals court will not reverse that decision unless the lower court "clearly abused its discretion."the defense claims yanez, who is latino, won't get a fair trial in ramsey county because of pretrial publicity.yanez attorney earl gray says the defense probably will petition the minnesota supreme court.yanez has pleaded not guilty. he fatally shot philando castile last summer following a traffic stop in falcon heights. castile's girlfriend s






trump travel ban blocked; fight headed for supreme court


washington — president donald trump's revised travel ban "speaks with vague words of national security, but in context drips with religious intolerance, animus and discrimination," a federal appeals court said thursday in ruling against the executive order targeting six muslim-majority countries.trump's administration vowed to take the fight to the u.s. supreme court.in a 10-3 vote, the 4th u.s. circuit court of appeals said the ban likely violates the constitution. and it upheld a lower court ruling that blocks the republican administration from cutting off visas for people from iran, libya, somalia, sudan, syria and yemen.the richmond, virginia-based 4th circuit is the first appeals court to rule on the revised travel ban unveiled in march. trump's administration had hoped it would avoid






minn. wedding videographers' suit to refuse same-sex couples is dismissed


a st. cloud couple will not be able to refuse wedding videography services for same-sex couples after a federal judge on wednesday dismissed their lawsuit challenging minnesota’s human rights laws.in a 63-page ruling, chief u.s. district judge john tunheim wrote that a provision of the minnesota human rights act (mhra) prohibiting discrimination by businesses was not unconstitutional. tunheim rejected the couple’s argument that the law amounted to “a state effort to stamp out expression opposing same-sex marriage.”carl and angel larsen sued the state’s commissioner of human rights and attorney general in december in an pre-emptive effort to avoid penalties for turning away same-sex customers.the larsens, who use their telescope media group to promote their christian beliefs, want to go int






minn. wedding videographers' suit to refuse same-sex couples is dismissed


a st. cloud couple will not be able to refuse wedding videography services for same-sex couples after a federal judge on wednesday dismissed their lawsuit challenging minnesota's human rights laws.in a 63-page ruling, chief u.s. district judge john tunheim wrote that a provision of the minnesota human rights act (mhra) prohibiting discrimination by businesses was not unconstitutional. tunheim rejected the couple's argument that the law amounted to "a state effort to stamp out expression opposing same-sex marriage."carl and angel larsen sued the state's commissioner of human rights and attorney general in december in an pre-emptive effort to avoid penalties for turning away same-sex customers.the larsens, who use their telescope media group to promote their christian beliefs, want to go int






pennsylvania appeals court protects pro-lifers colleen reilly, becky biter again


on may 25, 2017, a three-judge panel of the third circuit court of appeals issued an opinion overturning the decision by the trial court denying reilly and biter’s request for a preliminary injunction blocking the buffer zone ordinance. the city had requested that either the same three judges who originally heard the case would rehear it, or that the entire third circuit rehear the case. the court of appeals denied both requests.“we are delighted that the court of appeals has chosen not to rehear this case against our clients, colleen reilly and becky biter,” said mat staver, liberty counsel‘s founder and chairman. “the city of harrisburg cannot close its public sidewalks to pro-life citizens in order to protect planned parenthood. this is obvious to everyone except the city of harrisburg.






cia’s ‘weeping angel’ is used to control samsung smart tvs with ‘fake off’ mode,


about the authorbrandon jones - writer and co-founder of the global dispatch, brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professional in 2008 on sites like examiner and blogs: desk of brian, crazed fanboy. appearing on several radio shows, brandon has hosted dispatch radio, written his first novel (the rise of the templar) will be a licensed assembly of god pastor by the spring of 2017. "why do we do this?" i was asked and the answer is simple. "i just want the truth. i want a source of information that tells me what's going and clearly attempts to separate opinion from fact. set aside left and right, old and young, just point to the world and say, 'look!'" to contact brandon email [email protected] attn: brandon






man suspected in 30 edina burglaries arrested, charged


on the night of june 25, edina police arrested pierre ramone larsen while driving a stolen vehicle, but it's likely not the only one he had taken.larsen is suspected of swiping several other vehicles along with credit cards and electronics in a series of burglaries over the past few months. he was charged with motor vehicle theft, burglary and credit card fraud, according to documents filed wednesday in hennepin county district court.on monday afternoon, larsen, 28, was being held in hennepin county jail ahead of a court appearance set for july 28, the day he will turn 29.police arrested larsen after a resident noticed suspicious activity in her neighborhood and called 911. his arrest came as police were looking into nearly 30 other burglaries that had occurred in the west metro suburb bet






man suspected in 30 edina burglaries arrested, charged


on the night of june 25, edina police arrested pierre ramone larsen while driving a stolen vehicle, but it's likely not the only one he had taken.larsen is suspected of swiping several other vehicles along with credit cards and electronics in series of burglaries over the past few months. he was charged with motor vehicle theft, burglary and credit card fraud, according to documents filed wednesday in hennepin county district court.on monday afternoon, larsen, 28, was being held in the hennepin county jail ahead of a court appearance set for july 28, the day he will turn 29.police arrested larsen after a resident noticed suspicious activity in her neighborhood and called 911. his arrest came as police were looking into nearly 30 other burglaries that had occurred in the west metro suburb b






florida mother esbeibi sanchez murders her children ronaldinio ramirez-sanchez,


about the authorbrandon jones - writer and co-founder of the global dispatch, brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professional in 2008 on sites like examiner and blogs: desk of brian, crazed fanboy. appearing on several radio shows, brandon has hosted dispatch radio, written his first novel (the rise of the templar) will be a licensed assembly of god pastor by the spring of 2017. "why do we do this?" i was asked and the answer is simple. "i just want the truth. i want a source of information that tells me what's going and clearly attempts to separate opinion from fact. set aside left and right, old and young, just point to the world and say, 'look!'" to contact brandon email [email protected] attn: brandon






florida mother esbeibi sanchez murders her children ronaldinio ramirez-sanchez,


about the authorbrandon jones - writer and co-founder of the global dispatch, brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professional in 2008 on sites like examiner and blogs: desk of brian, crazed fanboy. appearing on several radio shows, brandon has hosted dispatch radio, written his first novel (the rise of the templar) will be a licensed assembly of god pastor by the spring of 2017. "why do we do this?" i was asked and the answer is simple. "i just want the truth. i want a source of information that tells me what's going and clearly attempts to separate opinion from fact. set aside left and right, old and young, just point to the world and say, 'look!'" to contact brandon email [email protected] attn: brandon






l.a. film festival moves to crowded fall festival season for 2018


in a move that could drastically impact the film festival landscape in the city, the l.a. film festival will move out of its long-standing summer slot and next take place from sept. 20-28, 2018.“everyone wants the film festival taking place in the heart of the film business to be strong, myself included, and this move is one big step in that direction,” said jennifer cochis, director of the l.a. film festival, in an email.“repositioning the festival will allow it to be of better service to audiences, filmmakers, and the industry,” cochis added. “the summer is an increasingly challenging time for artist-driven films, and when we looked at the calendar to see what other window we could occupy, we all felt the fall was where we belonged.”“repositioning the festival will allow it to be of bett






minn. wedding videographers' suit to refuse same-sex couples is dismissed


a st. cloud couple will not be able to refuse wedding videography services for same-sex couples after a federal judge on wednesday dismissed their lawsuit challenging minnesota’s human rights laws.in a 63-page ruling wednesday, chief u.s. district judge john tunheim wrote that a provision of the minnesota human rights act prohibiting discrimination by businesses was not unconstitutional and rejected the couple’s argument that the law amounted to “a state effort to stamp out expression opposing same-sex marriage.”carl and angel larsen sued the state’s commissioner of human rights and attorney general in december in an pre-emptive effort to avoid penalties for turning away same-sex customers. the larsens, who use their telescope media group to promote their christian beliefs, want to break i






man suspected in 30 edina burglaries arrested, charged


on the night of june 25, edina police arrested pierre ramone larsen while he was driving a stolen vehicle, but it's likely not the only one he had taken.larsen is suspected of stealing several other vehicles along with credit cards and electronics in a series of burglaries over the past few months. he was charged with motor vehicle theft, burglary and credit card fraud, according to documents filed wednesday in hennepin county district court.on monday afternoon, larsen, 28, was being held in hennepin county jail ahead of a court appearance set for july 28.police arrested larsen after a resident noticed suspicious activity in her neighborhood and called 911. his arrest came as police were looking into nearly 30 other burglaries in the west metro suburb between february and june.in one case,






trump tabs minnesota justice stras for federal appeals court


minneapolis — president donald trump has nominated minnesota supreme court associate justice david stras to the 8th u.s. circuit court of appeals.stras formerly clerked for conservative u.s. supreme court justice clarence thomas and shares the belief in a limited role for the judiciary. the 42-year-old former university of minnesota law school professor was on trump's short list of possible u.s. supreme court nominees.republican former gov. tim pawlenty, who appointed stras to the state supreme court in 2010, says stras' keen intellect, deep respect for the constitution, and support for judicial restraint will serve him well.stras' nomination requires senate confirmation. it would give democratic gov. mark dayton another seat to fill on a state supreme court where his appointees already ho






minnesota supreme court justice nominated to 8th u.s. circuit


having filled a supreme court vacancy, president donald trump is turning his attention to the more than 120 openings on the lower federal courts. on monday, he will announce a slate of 10 nominees to those courts, a senior white house official said, the first in what could be near monthly waves of nominations.white house counsel don mcgahn said the nominations were a vindication of a commitment trump made during the campaign “to appoint strong and principled jurists to the federal bench who will enforce the constitution’s limits on federal power and protect the liberty of all americans.”the candidates to be announced monday include justice david r. stras, a former law clerk to justice clarence thomas and law professor at the university of minnesota, who now serves on the minnesota supreme






the latest: administration names 10 people for federal bench


washington — the latest on president donald trump announcing a slate of possible judge nominees (all times local):7:50 p.m.the white house has announced 10 people, many of them judges, president donald trump intends to nominate for positions on federal courts.a statement monday names judges john k. bush of kentucky and joan larsen of michigan as nominees for the bench of the 6th circuit court of appeals. david stras of minnesota was nominated for the 8th circuit.amy coney barrett of indiana will be nominated to serve on the 7th circuit. kevin c. newsom of alabama will be nominated as a circuit judge on the 11th circuit.also nominated for federal court positions are david nye of idaho, scott l. palk of oklahoma and damien m. schiff of california.the president will also nominate two people f






the price of weddings has doubled in the last 10 years | the global dispatch


share thistagsamerican weddingbig fat greek weddingcelebrity gossipcelebrity weddingcost controlenglandgay weddinggreat britainloanloanslondonmoney hiddenpay for weddingunited kingdomwedding costwedding dressweddingsif you’re in the process of planning a wedding, you probably already know that a dream wedding can be very costly. according to the latest statistics, couples now spend an average of £21,000 on their big day. this is almost double the average amount spent on weddings just 10 years ago, with the number being £12,000 back in 2007.there are other factors that play a role in increasing the price of weddings in the last 10 years. couples are splurging morethe main reason behind the steep increase in wedding costs is couples deciding to splurge more on their special day. it is not un






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ron howard will take over as director for ‘han solo’ film | the global dispatch


about the authorbrandon jones - writer and co-founder of the global dispatch, brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professional in 2008 on sites like examiner and blogs: desk of brian, crazed fanboy. appearing on several radio shows, brandon has hosted dispatch radio, written his first novel (the rise of the templar) will be a licensed assembly of god pastor by the spring of 2017. "why do we do this?" i was asked and the answer is simple. "i just want the truth. i want a source of information that tells me what's going and clearly attempts to separate opinion from fact. set aside left and right, old and young, just point to the world and say, 'look!'" to contact brandon email [email protected] attn: brandon






ron howard will taking over as director for ‘han solo’ film | the global dispatc


about the authorbrandon jones - writer and co-founder of the global dispatch, brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professional in 2008 on sites like examiner and blogs: desk of brian, crazed fanboy. appearing on several radio shows, brandon has hosted dispatch radio, written his first novel (the rise of the templar) will be a licensed assembly of god pastor by the spring of 2017. "why do we do this?" i was asked and the answer is simple. "i just want the truth. i want a source of information that tells me what's going and clearly attempts to separate opinion from fact. set aside left and right, old and young, just point to the world and say, 'look!'" to contact brandon email [email protected] attn: brandon






court cases from coordinated 2016 pipeline protest delayed


bismarck, n.d. — several court cases stemming from a coordinated pipeline protest in four states have been delayed, including one where an appeals court is deciding whether to allow two women to argue their law-breaking was necessary to prevent a greater harm.eleven activists with the group climate direct action were arrested on oct. 11, 2016, when they tried to either shut down pipelines in north dakota, minnesota, montana and washington state or film the attempts. the activists said they were protesting fossil fuels and supporting people demonstrating against the dakota access oil pipeline, which was still under construction.the activists broke into private property and turned shutoff valves at five pipelines that moved oil from canada to the u.s.in minnesota, prosecutors have asked a st






‘pirates of the caribbean dead men tell no tales’ to honor original film, says d


about the authorbrandon jones - writer and co-founder of the global dispatch, brandon has been covering news, offering commentary for years, beginning professional in 2008 on sites like examiner and blogs: desk of brian, crazed fanboy. appearing on several radio shows, brandon has hosted dispatch radio, written his first novel (the rise of the templar) will be a licensed assembly of god pastor by the spring of 2017. "why do we do this?" i was asked and the answer is simple. "i just want the truth. i want a source of information that tells me what's going and clearly attempts to separate opinion from fact. set aside left and right, old and young, just point to the world and say, 'look!'" to contact brandon email [email protected] attn: brandon






trump eyes supreme court after appeals court rejects travel ban


u.s. president donald trump on tuesday criticized a federal appeals court one day after it handed him another legal setback by refusing to revive his u.s. travel ban on people from six muslim-majority nations, and appeared poised for the nation’s top court to weigh in.on monday, the san francisco-based 9th u.s. circuit court of appeals became the second federal appeals court to reject the republican trump administration’s bid to undo a hawaii federal judge’s decision that blocked the temporary travel ban in a dispute headed to the u.s. supreme court.the three-judge panel said trump’s march 6 order violated existing immigration law, but did not address whether it was unconstitutional discrimination against muslims.trump’s 90-day ban targets travelers from libya, iran, somalia, sudan, syria






trump eyes supreme court after appeals court rejects travel ban


u.s. president donald trump on tuesday criticized a federal appeals court one day after it handed him another legal setback by refusing to revive his u.s. travel ban on people from six muslim-majority nations, and appeared poised for the nation’s top court to weigh in.on monday, the san francisco-based 9th u.s. circuit court of appeals became the second federal appeals court to reject the republican trump administration’s bid to undo a hawaii federal judge’s decision that blocked the temporary travel ban in a dispute headed to the u.s. supreme court.the three-judge panel said trump’s march 6 order violated existing immigration law, but did not address whether it was unconstitutional discrimination against muslims.trump’s 90-day ban targets travelers from libya, iran, somalia, sudan, syria






minneapolis' citywide sick-leave ordinance upheld by court


minneapolis employers still have to provide their workers with paid sick time, a minnesota court of appeals judge ruled monday in a setback for businesses who oppose the policy.the minnesota court of appeals affirmed a january hennepin county district court ruling in an unpublished opinion that said the city can proceed with the ordinance, which took effect july 1, but for now can apply it only to minneapolis-based employers."we're really happy that, again, the court ruled that the city was well within its authority in providing this very basic protection for employees," city attorney susan segal said.it's the latest step in a case that began nearly a year ago, when the minnesota chamber of commerce challenged the ordinance in a lawsuit against the city, arguing it is pre-empted by state l






bird flu: second case found at farm in wyre, lancashire


image copyrightthinkstockimage caption the farm in wyre has about 1,000 pheasants, defra said bird flu has been found at a second pheasant farm in lancashire, the department for environment, food and rural affairs (defra) has confirmed.the uk's chief veterinary officer said h5n8 avian flu has been discovered at a farm with 1,000 birds in wyre. graeme cooke said it has a "business link" to nearby farm hy-fly game hatcheries limited in preesall where the infection was confirmed on tuesday. public health england (phe) said the risk to humans was "very low". 'business link'a 1.8 mile (3km) protection zone has been set up around the farm.defra said: "this case was proactively identified as part of a routine investigation of premises traced as a result of confirmation of the disease in lancashir