Police officers were actually arrested for beating an innocent man!! Better yet, they might get punished!Read 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 »
We interview Denis Goddard about the fight to keep a seat belt law out of New Hampshire. New Hampshire is the only state that does not have a seat bill law. We also discuss How the NH Liberty Alliance works inside the state.Read more »
Michiganders who fled the state in 2007 took with them almost $1.2 billion more in paychecks than the paychecks of those moving in. In other words those leaving are not just unemployed, but people who wish to keep their own money.
Government solution? A higher gas tax. That'll keep them out!
"In 2003, a survey of female veterans found that 30 percent said they were raped in the military. A 2004 study of veterans who were seeking help for post-traumatic stress disorder found that 71 percent of the women said they were sexually assaulted or raped while serving. And a 1995 study of female veterans of the Gulf and earlier wars, found that 90 percent had been sexually harassed."Another study concluded that 90% of all women serving are sexually harassed. Another one estimates that 90% of all the rapes do not get reportedRead more »
Samantha Burton wanted to leave the hospital.
Her doctor strongly disagreed, enough to go to court to keep her
She smoked cigarettes during the first six months of her pregnancy and
was admitted on a false alarm of premature labor. Her doctor argued
she was risking a miscarriage if she didn't quit smoking immediately
and stay on bed rest in the hospital, and a judge agreed.
Imprisoned because one smokes. What's next?Read more »
A good example of one of the things that is wrong with conservatives is provided by a conservative named Rich Lowry, who has an article today about the Detroit bomber case on nationalreviewonline.com, one of the premier websites in the conservative movement.
Lowry is upset that the suspect in the Detroit bomb base, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, was treated as federal criminal suspect rather than an enemy combatant in the war on terrorism.Read more »
The U.S. Treasury and Labor Departments will ask for public comment as soon as next week on ways to promote the conversion of 401(k) savings and Individual Retirement Accounts into annuities or other steady payment streams, according to Assistant Labor Secretary Phyllis C. Borzi and Deputy Assistant Treasury Secretary Mark Iwry, who are spearheading the effort.Read more »
So many people have been seduced by 'Avatar' that lusting for blue aliens could become a part of mainstream culture.Read more »
The entire Menifee Union School District has banned all copies of the 10th edition of Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary because the dictionary includes a definition of the term "oral sex." An unknown source reported a faint smell of failure permeating the area. "It smelled a bit like burning paper and ink," said the unnamed source.Read more »
Nearly one month after passengers foiled an attempted suicide bomb attack aboard Northwest Airlines Flight 253 as it approached Detroit on Christmas Day, new information reveals that the White House and U.S. security agencies had specific intelligence on accused terrorist, Umar Farouk Abdulmutallab, far earlier than previously acknowledged.Read more »
I filmed an uninvited crasher being thrown out by Campaign for Liberty security. Instead of worrying about the crasher, the secuirty then comes after me and demands that I shut off my camera. They then come over and grab my camera and point it away to keep me filming what is going on. Am I overreacting to being censored? Watch this footage and you decide.Read more »
SELLS, Ariz. — An eerie hush settles in at sundown on the Tohono O’odham Nation, which straddles 75 miles of border with Mexico.
The roads crawl with the trucks of Border Patrol agents, who stop unfamiliar vehicles, scrutinize back roads for footprints and hike into the desert wilds to intercept smugglers carrying marijuana on their backs and droves of migrants trying to make it north.
By the bad luck of geography, the only large Indian reservation on the embattled border is caught in the middle, emerging as a major transit point for drugs as well as people.Read more »
Technologist, Yan Huang covers: Google and Apple, through the WHATWG (Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group), is pushing to replace the current underlying technology XHTML2 of the Internet with their new HTML5. This will remove market share from Adobe Flash, Microsoft Silverlight and Sun Java FX, and put more control of the Internet in Google and Apple's hands.Read more »
Excerpt from the Campaign for Liberty Regional Conference in Atlanta, GA. As the crowd begins to cheer, Ron Paul states, "We need to take out the CIA!"
There's been a coup - have you heard? It's the CIA coup. The CIA runs everything! They run the military .. and they're every bit as secretive as the Federal Reserve. And yet, think of the harm they have done since they were established at the end of World War II. They are a government unto themselves. They're in businesses, in drug businesses, they take out dictators... We need to take out the CIA!Read more »
Our financial rulers were so intoxicated with the fumes of their own omnipotence that they failed abjectly as regulators, as public servants and, most certainly, as gods.Read more »
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