San Diego Hospital Locked Down (Again), Serb Leader Convicted of Genocide, Chicago Teachers to Strike: P.M. Links


  • "Freddy Got Fingered"
    "Freddy Got Fingered"

    A San Diego Naval hospital went on lockdown over reports of a person with a gun. A similar report (that turned out to be untrue) shut down the same hospital in January.

  • Former Bosnian Serb leader Radovan Karadzic has been convicted by the United Nations of the massacre of thousands of Bosnian Muslims in the 1990s.
  • Chicago's teachers' union has voted to have a one-day strike on April 1. Not exactly the best way to convince folks you aren't a joke.
  • President Barack Obama is sticking to his travel itinerary, even dancing the tango in Argentina, despite criticism that he hasn't dropped everything after the Brussels attack.
  • A North Carolina man has been arrested for not returning a copy of Freddy Got Fingered he rented in 2002. That is utterly outrageous. He should have been arrested for renting the movie in the first place.
  • Indiana is poised to ban abortions based on the fetus's diagnosis of a disability like Down syndrome.
  • Today the Cato Institute launched an interactive timeline showing the history of politically motivated government surveillance in America.
  • TMZ is reporting that comedic actor Garry Shandling has died at age 66.

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