Wednesday, December 14th, 2011

 

NC lawsuit challenges marriage licenses, North Carolina marriage laws require state license, Jeff Thigpen, Reverends Keeney, Peeples, Koenig

NC lawsuit challenges marriage licenses, North Carolina marriage laws require state license, Jeff Thigpen, Reverends Keeney, Peeples, Koenig The spirit of freedom is still alive in North Carolina. From the Greensboro News Record, December 14, 2011. “Suit challenges marriage licenses” “Guilford County Register of Deeds Jeff Thigpen and 10 other people filed a lawsuit last week that challenges a requirement that marrying couples in North Carolina obtain a state-issued license. The complaint, filed in Guilford County Civil Superior Court on Dec. 8, names state Attorney General Roy Cooper as theRead More


Five years of home sales revised lower, National Association of Realtors, Far fewer homes sold over last 5 years, MLS data

Five years of home sales revised lower, National Association of Realtors, Far fewer homes sold over last 5 years, MLS data From the Chicago Tribune December 14, 2011. “Five years of home sales to be revised lower in ‘meaningful’ way” “If you thought the U.S. housing market couldn’t get much worse, think again. Far fewer homes have been sold over the past five years than previously estimated, the National Association of Realtors said Tuesday. NAR said it plans to downwardly revise sales of previously-owned homes going back to 2007 duringRead More


William Cellini hearing, December 14, 2011, Motion for retrial, Witness perjury, Chicago Tribune SunTimes evidence

William Cellini hearing, December 14, 2011, Motion for retrial, Witness perjury, Chicago Tribune SunTimes evidence “Public court records also are available to everyone in this case, as they were to us when we revealed the felony convictions in our Nov. 11 story.”…Gerould Kern, Chicago Tribune Editor William Cellini, who was convicted of 2 counts of conspiracy to commit extortion and aiding and abetting the solicitation of a bribe on November 1, 2011,  is scheduled for a motion hearing  today, Wednesday, December 14, 2011 in the courtroom of Judge James Zagel. Daily Calendar Wednesday, DecemberRead More