The FEC has launched a pair of investigations on Campaign for Liberty.Read more »
Apparently, it is now the job of "I.C.E" (as if they didn't choose that just to try to be scary), to shut down not only illegal immigrants, but also...illegal movie watching on the internet.
A popular site, linked here: http://www.movies-links.tv/index.html now redirects you to a super-creepy "we will hurt you" style message from your happy servants in the federal government.
Say what you will about internet piracy, but what does I.C.E. have to do with this?Read more »
Did you know the original Declaration of Independence was signed four years before the one that is celebrated on July 4th. A group of Appalachia Hill folk declared themselves independent from the British years before the rest of the nation. We explore the history of the Watauga association and the battle of Kings mountain. See how a loose band of hillbillies were really the first free settlement in the coloniesRead more »
While drafting the Declaration of Independence Thomas Jefferson wrote "our fellow subjects," then scrubbed it out and replaced it with "our fellow citizens", showing an evolution of thought.Read more »
In just six months, the largest tax hikes in the history of America will take effect. They will hit families and small businesses in three great waves on January 1, 2011.....Read more »
An anarchist café in Santa Cruz is a victim of a burglary. Santa Cruz police catch the suspect, but the café says it doesn't want to press charges.Read more »
The mother of a 14-year-old boy accused of making bombs out of dry ice appeared in court Tuesday.
The woman, 39, is charged with possession of a destructive device and child abuse. She was arrested over the weekend and released on her own recognizance.
Police were called to a home near 137th Street and Z Circle on Saturday. Police found and detonated an ice bomb in a plastic bottle.Read more »
Onion article describing a fake poll that found most Americans didn't want a "country" anymore. Surprisingly few jokes in this article, it's a rather rational look at a seemingly fringe opinion.Read more »
Four journalists have filed complaints with Ontario's police watchdog, with allegations that police physically assaulted or threatened to sexually assault the females when they were arrested during the Toronto G20 summit.Read more »
Activist Charlie Veitch has been arrested for the second time by Canadian authorities for “impersonating a police officer” on a bogus charge designed purely to cover for the fact that Veitch’s original arrest on June 24 for refusing to show ID was based on a law that didn’t exist and one that Toronto’s Chief of Police lied about to media outlets before the G20 summit.Read more »
Police officer caught stopping Latinos and stealing their money from their wallets. He will get to spend a year in prison with some old acquaintances. I'm sure he is going to be the most popular guy there.Read more »
Why does neither the U.S. government nor U.S. energy companies have on hand the cleanup technology available in Europe? Ironically, the superior European technology runs afoul of U.S. environmental rules. The voracious Dutch vessels, for example, continuously suck up vast quantities of oily water, extract most of the oil and then spit overboard vast quantities of nearly oil-free water. Nearly oil-free isn't good enough for the U.S. regulators, who have a standard of 15 parts per million -- if water isn't at least 99.9985% pure, it may not be returned to the Gulf of Mexico.Read more »
On June 26th 2010 the seeds of a voluntary society were sown in Lancaster New Hampshire. Participants in the annual Porcupine Freedom Festival held a signing ceremony to inaugurate their founding document, The Shire Society Declaration, which some have called a new declaration of independence.Read more »
Black Bloc was exposed as a government backed agent provocateur group by Alex Jones after the G20 "Battle in Seattle".Read more »
Provocateurs? So-called “anarchist” pictured wearing NIKE clothing.Read more »
Airport body scanners could lead to an increase in skin cancers according to scientists at Columbia University, who warn that the dose emitted by the naked x-ray devices could be up to 20 times higher than originally estimated.Read more »
A US Senate committee has approved a wide-ranging cybersecurity bill that some critics have suggested would give the US president the authority to shut down parts of the Internet during a cyberattack.Read more »
At least 1,000 protesters have filled College Street across from the Toronto Police Service Headquarters, to denounce what they say is excessive use of force and mistreatment of those arrested over the weekend.Read more »
This is what happens when cops think that they can do what they want and aren't subject to inquiries of the taxpayers that pay their checks.Read more »
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