CIA tries to cover up their role in a family's murder.Read more »
A Maryland man now faces up to five years in prison after he recorded his traffic stop last month in Harford County. Graber was speeding with his motorcycle with a camera attached to his helmet recording his ride.Read more »
Newton County Prosecutor J. Edward Barce admitted Friday that he submitted paperwork that rendered his Indiana law license inactive after closing a Kentland-based civil practice in 2005 to instead open a restaurant.Read more »
Why is the War on Drugs lost? It reflects our failure to learn from history. Drug prohibition has all the characteristics of other well-intentioned, yet counterproductive, government programmes. Specifically, the drug war causes crime; it corrupts the police; it violates civil liberties; it throws good money after bad; and it weakens – even destroys – families, neighbourhoods, and communities.Read more »
"...Websites hosting pirated content could also be blocked under the Act, and although proponents say these steps would protect content creators, opponents, who presented a petition to parliament with thousands of signatures, see the Act as a threat to civil liberties."Read more »
Judge in Ohio tells people to carry a gun if they feel less safe as a result of budget cutsRead more »
Wisconsin High School health teacher has used abstinence-only and comprehensive curriculums, and he said students need all the information they can get about sex to make the best choices. But teaching them about contraceptives could land him and other teachers in court.Read more »
-Dissatisfaction with Federalism Grows-
aka "Obey all directives"
When a State disagrees with a Federal program, what's the solution? Apparently in Australia, abolition of the State is the logical next step.
According to "polls", 4 out of 10 Australians would have no problem living under one unchecked Federal Government.
It's a worrying trend and something we should all shudder to consider. When the institutions of dissent are removed, what will become of our precious liberties?
With parallels to the US State vs. Federal friction, this is could set an alarming precedent.Read more »
A sixth grader takes his mother's jewelry to school and gives it to some friends. It is $7,000 of jewelry, and when contacted, the stepfather "was animate about pressing charges". The kid was handcuffed and taken to juvy.
The real story lies in the bootlicking first few comments. Amazing that people are GLAD that the police got involved.Read more »
Marijuana celebrations in New Hampshire as told by a man on the ground.Read more »
LITTLETON, Colo. (AP) — A longtime Colorado judge has been fired after issuing an arrest warrant for a teenager over an overdue library DVD.Read more »
Warman has said he is just trying to help homeless people who can't afford to pay for an apartment.
Now he is the one who could face a financial burden.Read more »
Early Dora episodes were a good learning tool when my daughter was 9-14 months old. I already started to dislike the shows when they started going all out with the fantasy show/movies but this is way to much for me.
Look man, I have a kid now. These things are important to me.Read more »
Have you ever suspected that your city or town is trying too hard to catch traffic scofflaws in the pursuit of ticket revenue? A Florida woman received a ticket based on evidence from a red light camera, but believed the ticket was unfair because the yellow light was too short. The power of math proved that she was correct..Read more »
LAKELAND | Two Lakeland High School baseball players were arrested Friday night for "making out" with underage girls and now each faces a charge of lewd battery, according to Sheriff's Office arrest affidavits.Read more »
FAIRFAX, Va. - A man charged with indecent exposure after two women said they saw him naked inside his own home was acquitted Wednesday by a Virginia jury.
Erick Williamson, 29, has argued since his October arrest that he should not be punished for being naked in the privacy of his own home.Read more »
An Osceola County man thought he’d paid off a parking ticket, so he was surprised to find out Monday that the Orange County Clerk’s office had issued a warrant for his arrest. Luis Gomez owed exactly one cent on a speeding ticket he received one year ago.Read more »
"...This means that there are thousands of clients – Asian and Middle Eastern governments and sovereign wealth funds among them – who think they own hundreds of billions and perhaps trillions of dollars of gold bullion, and are being charged storage fees on that fantasy bullion, but they really own unsecured gold loans to the banks at a negative interest rate..."Read more »
PHOENIX -- Maricopa County Sheriff Joe Arpaio is implementing a new inmate program at Tent City Jail called “Pedal Vision.”
The program uses inmate-powered cycles to generate electricity for televisions.Read more »
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