His only intention on July 1 was to pay a ticket for an expired car tag -- after calling in advance -- but when he found the courthouse already closed at 2:39 in the afternoon on a holiday weekend -- he decided to videotape some of the other upset citizens who had wasted an afternoon trying to conduct official business in a public building that was supposed to be open for business.Read more »
In the United States today, our public schools are not very good at educating our students, but they sure are great training grounds for learning how to live in a Big Brother police state control grid. Sadly, life in many U.S. public schools is now essentially equivalent to life in U.S. prisons. Most parents don't realize this, but our students have very few rights when they are in school. Our public school students are being watched, tracked, recordedRead more »
The effects of fluoride in drinking water might be controversial but the effects of lithium are not. The thought of being surreptitiously drugged with psychoactive pharmaceuticals should scare the hell out of you.Read more »
The Sixth Amendment to the Constitution states that the accused shall enjoy the right to a "speedy and public" trial.
Which part of "public" didn't they understand?Read more »
Design student Fabian Brunsing has devised a fiendish device that makes pay toilets seem positively munificent: Dubbed “Pay & Sit: The Private Bench,” it consists of a bench covered with retractable metal spikes and a coin slot. If you want to sit down on the bench without an array of spikes jamming you in the keister, you’ve got to pay €0.50 (about 70 cents US).Read more »
A group of kids spent 18 months building a tree house in a local park, but officials are tearing it down due to "privacy concerns."Read more »
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