TSA Harasses 9-yo Boy and Other Train Passengers After Their TripRead more »
A Cafe near Sea-Tac (Seattle-Tacoma International Airport) has banned TSA Agents from entering. On occasion they have even called the police to have agents removed. According to the Cafe about 90% of customers, and even the police, believe that they are doing the right thing.Read more »
State education officials have ordered the emergency financial manager for Detroit Public Schools to immediately implement a plan that balances the district's books by closing half its schools. The Detroit News says the financial restructuring plan will increase high school class sizes to 60 students and consolidate operations. Officials say that the plan would wipe out the district's $327 million deficit by 2014.Read more »
A new study shows that Ecstasy the drug commonly associated with brain damage is not as harmful as previously thought. Previous studies were carried out without due care and the results were skewed. Unfortunately the statutes made to regulate Ecstasy were made using these old studies.Read more »
Senator Rand Paul joins Judge Andrew Napolitano on Freedom Watch to discuss the passage of the Patriot Act in the U.S. House of Representatives and President Obama's proposed 2012 budget.Read more »
Canadian woman sues US border guard over strip search at Detroit crossing. After finding a few raspberries border guards sent a woman to secondary inspection where she was stripped and had her nipples and genital area closely inspected while another guard watched. The woman was suspected of living in the US illegally.Read more »
Massachusetts introduces bill to legalize cannabis for recreational use... then regulate and tax it.Read more »
Senator in S. Dakota wants to pass a bill to make it legal to commit violence against anyone who commits and act against and unborn fetus.Read more »
Richard Arreola was a former Boys & Girls club "Youth of the Year", small business owner, and father of a three-year-old.
He was killed Thursday night by an undercover narcotics officer in a one-sided shootout on 14th and Macon.Read more »
Last week, while visiting Mexico, Secretary of State Hillary Clinton was interviewed by Denise Maerker of Televisa, who asked her opinion of proposals to address black-market violence by repealing drug prohibition. Clinton's response illustrates not only the intellectual bankruptcy of the prohibitionist position but the economic ignorance of a woman who would be presidentRead more »
The House on Tuesday failed to extend the life of three surveillance tools that are key to the nation's post-Sept. 11 anti-terror law, a slipup for the new Republican leadership that miscalculated the level of opposition.Read more »
The way the geographic area called US is going - the road to socialism.
“The trouble is, it won’t be just any socialist welfare state... the US is on a path to creating the worst and most venal form of welfare state
"The transfer of 41 police officers and 12 firefighters might save the airport an estimated $10 million a year, a savings essential to preventing the loss of more flights -- and the passenger revenue they bring -- from the financially strapped airport, officials said."Read more »
Five South Dakota lawmakers have introduced legislation that would require any adult 21 or older to buy a firearm “sufficient to provide for their ordinary self-defense.”
The bill, which would take effect Jan. 1, 2012, would give people six months to acquire a firearm after turning 21. The provision does not apply to people who are barred from owning a firearm.Read more »
Under the legislation, officers could use a database to check the insurance status of a motorist who’s pulled over for a primary offense. The agency would also run periodic computerized, random checks on registered license plates.
The bill would allow employees with county tax collector’s offices to check the status when motorists come in to buy car tags. If the motorist doesn’t have insurance, the tag won’t be issued. Simpson said the problem is that the bill doesn’t require the tax collector’s office verify insurance.Read more »
U.S. District Judge Roger Vinson accepted without trial the states' argument that the new law violates people's rights by forcing them to buy health insurance by 2014 or face penalties. At issue was whether the government is reaching beyond its constitutional power to regulate interstate commerce by requiring citizens to purchase health insurance or face tax penalties.Read more »
Shazam co-founder Philip Inghelbrecht has upped the ante by introducing DriveMeCrazy, a smartphone app that allows anyone to anonymously write a virtual traffic ticket, making the results available to the DMV and insurance companies in the process.
What could possibly go wrong with that?Read more »
Woman was trying to get a better education for her children by using relatives address to send her kids to a better performing district. For her efforts she was jailed.Read more »
In Houston where aerial drones were tried out, local media investigations stopped their use be Houston Police.Read more »
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