Toronto Becomes a Police State "the police officer's statement under oath is considered conclusive evidence under the Act"Read more »
"We will become 100% a contracted city," said Angela Spaccia, Maywood's interim city manager.Read more »
The police department says "the officer was just doing his job". Wow, this is how you protect and serve?! What is the police department if their job is preventing a stroke victim from seeking medical attention?!Read more »
1 in 20 East Germans were informants. "The Lives of Others" is a sad and unsettling movie about what results when Soviet statism is executed with German efficiency: The Stasi. Funny how much of East German communist assets like this museum were homesteaded, and now the "kindler, gentler" western state wants to seize it all over again. Never again!Read more »
This is a blog post over at, http://www.copblock.org , that talks about a Maryville police officer who harasses two men for open carrying. The audio is priceless and is a great example of the mindset of officers today, for the most part.Read more »
FAIRFAX, Va. - A new system that's supposed to reduce paperwork and instantly allow police in Fairfax County to share isn't quite working as it should.
Fairfax County Police officers are writing fewer tickets because the system is cumbersome and time-consuming.
Portland Police Officer Jim Crooker said he was embarrassed after a manager kicked him out of the Red and Black Cafe in Southeast Portland -- just because he was a uniformed officer.Read more »
Before, your right to remain silent was automatic. Now you must invoke it by speaking. Just one more thing they've taken from you. How much more before Americans wake up?Read more »
Starting July 1, any licensed server selling alcohol for off-premise consumption will be required to card all Hoosiers -- regardless of how old they look. That means all retailers from supermarkets to package liquor stores will be turning away customers without identification.
Anyone who fails to check for ID during a transaction can be cited with a criminal misdemeanor.Read more »
After speed cameras, road humps and mobile phone bans, there could be more bad news for Britain's motorists. Police are urging Ministers to give them the power to stop vehicles by remote control.
In what will be seen as yet another example of the in-creasing power of Big Brother, drivers face the prospect of their cars being halted by somebody pushing a button.Read more »
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