Lawyer tells truth about PROSECUTORIAL DISCRETION on Fox News' Studio B.
The government people know that they don't have enough resources to give everyone accused of breaking the law a full, just, speedy, and legal trial. It is quite common for them to *throw out* cases entirely if they don't feel it's worth pursuing.
They have discretion, under the law. They have the option to refuse to go after peaceful people. "The Man", however, *doesn't* want you to know this.
The lawyer drops a bomb of truth at 2:32 in the video.
This article supposedly tells the "truth" about Snopes.com. I didn't do any research myself to see if it was, but this was something I suspected for some time now. You should never, ever trust any source to be objective. Everyone puts their own spin on things. I try to be as objective as I can, but I have my own life experiences and my biases show in my work. Take a moment to read this article and determine for yourself what the truth about Snopes.com is and whether the subject deserves more research.
Comedian, songwriter and performer Steve Berke has hit a home run with his music parody of the mega-popular Eminem and Rihanna video ‘Love the Way You Lie’ turning it into a funny and biting social commentary with his spot-on ‘Should Be Legalized’!
With less than two weeks before California voters go to the polls to decide whether or not to legalize cannabis, Steve Berke’s Weird Al Yankovic-inspired song parody is going to become very popular—and fast—on the Internet.
Minarchist Jan Helfeld interviews Michael Steele who chair of the RNC until recently, if taxes are voluntary and he says, "Yes." Helfeld is brilliant but he fails to elicit any recognition in Steele of the truth behind this question asked and re-asked in several different ways. To watch the continued denial of the bold reality would be excellent parody if it weren't real.
Members of the state’s 150-man elite police force have been trying to get to the bottom of who’s behind parody Twitter accounts lampooning city council members. The mock tweeters include one councilman’s moustache. Another from the handle Laughable Loll cracked, “I shined my head extra special for tonight so the camera would reflect off of it.” Not laughing is the local prosecutor. He says the tweets may run afoul of harassment laws and asked the Rangers to investigate.