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By Andrew P. Napolitano
Fourth Amendment says Obama is not at liberty to collect metadata
Independent voices from the The Washington Times Communities
Topic - Marin Humane Society
Rescue crews went into a warehouse last year to save nearly 20,000 rats and reptiles at a wholesale distributor of exotic snakes and rodents, encountering a sight so revolting that they needed crisis counselors to cope.
Copper ground wires are stolen from a power substation near Pittsburgh, leaving thousands without electricity - the fourth such theft in that area in a week. In California, a statue of a recently deceased therapy dog is stolen from the Marin Humane Society; a spokeswoman speculates, "The statue was made out of bronze, so there are some theories that perhaps somebody was looking to make some money off of it."