The TSA's new p.s.a. (yes it is a parody) but at least it tells the truthRead more »
New York City police have arrested over 300,000 people for low-level marijuana possession since 1997, sometimes employing outrageous methods to humiliate citizens.Read more »
Cops arrest 2 guys and hold them in jail for 5 days for "drugs" that turned out to be candy. Oh yeah, it smelled like candy too, but neither a $0 sniff test or a $20 field test to determine the mens guilt or innocence was performed before they were sent off to jail.Read more »
New social networking groups are starting just for liberty minded Teens and Tweens. Help your kids reach out and make friends to show them they are not all alone. This is the Facebook Link for Tween and Teen Lola group (NO BOYS) and their parents. http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid...
We also encourage older Teens in the movement to make social networking groups like this. Just let me know after you make the group and I will post the link here!Read more »
"I and my brothers in arms in this room did not survive fire and death of foreign battlefields to return home to face treason."
Three hours of testimony, all against, regarding a recent non-legislative ban on carrying firearms in the NH State House. A tradition in the Live Free or Die state.
But none compared to this young mans short, direct, and unapologetic speech aimed directly at the committee in front of him.
Presenting UNH student, honorably discharged Marine Sergeant Andrew Cullen, from Fremont, NH.
Video and transcript available on the site.Read more »
Pete Holmes, the newly elected Seattle city attorney, is already making good on his campaign promise to dismiss any marijuana possession charges that come through his office, the Seattle Times reported last week. Holmes dismissed two marijuana-related cases on his first day on the job, and several others are about to be dismissed, including cases taken up by the previous city attorney.Read more »
LOS ANGELES, Jan 5 (Reuters) - Authorities shut down a California airport on Tuesday after a suspicious amber liquid in a passenger's bag tested positive for explosives -- only to ultimately determine that the substance was honey.Read more »
A California medical marijuana patient may soon be receiving almost $40,000 from the sheriff's department for six pounds of unlawfully seized and destroyed cannabis.Read more »
Federal health care reform will require most Northern New Yorkers — but not all, it turns out — to carry health insurance or risk a fine.
Hundreds of Amish families in the region are likely to be free from that requirement.Read more »
Pennsylvania, like 26 other states, is now requiring "exit exams" in order for students to receive an high school diploma. However, because it's government, many of the original proposed standards have been watered down to ensure passage.Read more »
A Los Angeles judge has ordered that 60 pounds of pot confiscated by the California Highway Patrol during an arrest be returned to the defendant.Read more »
Whistle blower, Charlotte Iserbyt ,author of, “The Deliberate Dumbing Down of America” was the Senior Policy Advisor in the Office of Educational Research and Improvement (OERI), U.S. Department of Education, under the Reagan Administration. In this video she speaks of the insidious, deliberate process of our school boards and educational systems to dumb down our children and to create a docile,compliant citizen.
Excerpts from the training manual> > “Innovations in Education, A change Agents Guide”Read more »
Famous security expert Bruce Schneier responds to the TSA's recently-implemented security theater measures. Bruce knows real security comes from openness and freedom - not privacy invasion and cameras. From the article:
"A terrorist attack cannot possibly destroy a country's way of life; it's only our reaction to that attack that can do that kind of damage. The more we undermine our own laws, the more we convert our buildings into fortresses, the more we reduce the freedoms and liberties at the foundation of our societies, the more we're doing the terrorists' job for them."
When they were done extorting our Christmas money out of us, they didn’t say “Thank You”, they said, “Congratulations!”………….”CONGRATULATIONS!?” As if we’re supposed to NOT feel dirty about what just happened but instead feel proud that we did our “civic duty!”
Dicks.Read more »
NH Legislators again raise the bar for the 10th Amendment Movement – felony charges proposed for federal agents violating gun rights in New HampshireRead more »
After a 2005 Indiana law limited how much cold or allergy medicine containing ephedrine or pseudoephedrine an individual could buy, law enforcement saw a decline in homegrown meth labs.
Those cold and allergy active ingredients were commonly used to make methamphetamine.
But meth abuse is still a significant concern.
"Like any other law or tactic, people will find a way around it. Meth has not gone away," Holeman said.Read more »
This is the new formula for methamphetamine: a two-liter soda bottle, a few handfuls of cold pills and some noxious chemicals. Shake the bottle and the volatile reaction produces one of the world's most addictive drugs....Read more »
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