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Pittsburgh Man Opens Ice Cream Shop/Bank and Refuses to Shut Down

Despite threats of big fines by state banking regulators, the owner of a Shadyside (Pittsburgh, Pa) ice cream shop who opened his own version of a community bank last summer isn't abandoning his mission.

"We are taking on the challenge of transforming the retail banking industry," his website states.
"PA dept of banks threatening us ... we keep growing," he tweeted in late December.

Instead of deposits he is offering "never-ending gift cards." (More hilarious examples of how this ice cream shop/bank owner is getting around regulations in the article).

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NH taxpayers no longer have to turn blind eye to government abuse.

Posted February 19th, 2013 by Lendog
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Taxpayers of Center Harbor and all other taxing districts in the State of New Hampshire have legal recourse against local government action — without having to prove "significant personal harm". On January 1, 2013, HB-1510 went into effect, which amends RSA 491:22, and gives taxpayers a legal right to challenge local government action in Superior Court if they feel such action is unlawful or unauthorized.

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Police Chief: Guns aren't defensive weapons. It's a myth.

While arguing for gun control a California police chief is caught up a rare moment of honesty, "Guns are an offensive weapon, used to intimidate and used to show power. Police officers don’t carry a gun as a defensive weapon to defend themselves or their other officers."

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Bylaw to require dogs understand two languages.

Posted December 13th, 2012 by GDW
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Hey bylaw in Montréal that would require dogs to understand commands in both English and French.

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Trade Doc Shows Obama Wants to Help Corporations Avoid Regulations

Posted June 14th, 2012 by ecigarettes
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A draft agreement leaked Wednesday shows the Obama administration is pushing a secretive trade agreement that could vastly expand corporate power and directly contradict a 2008 campaign promise by President Obama. A U.S. proposal for the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade pact between the United States and eight Pacific nations would allow foreign corporations operating in the U.S. to appeal key regulations to an international tribunal. The body would have the power to override U.S. law and issue penalties for failure to comply with its ruling.

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Pig Farm Raid

Posted April 16th, 2012 by LoveFreedomAndL...
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Now a pig farm in Michigan.........Read more here:

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National Database Planned to Combat Cellphone Theft

Posted April 10th, 2012 by pmfalcon
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Police departments, the FCC and the wireless phone industry have devised a plan to fight smartphone thefts: the creation of a central database to track stolen phones and prevent them from being used again, which will allow wireless providers to disable and block further use of a device once it is reported stolen. Legislation from Congress that would make it a federal crime to tamper with a PHONE'S UNIQUE IDENTIFIERS in an attempt to evade the blocking process.

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Strip Searches for Everyone, Says Supreme Court

Unpaid parking tickets? That’s a strip search. And no leash on your doggie? That’s a strip search too. It might sound weird, and a wee bit terrifying, but that’s the verdict out of the United States Supreme Court this week.

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Teen With Down Syndrome Forbiden To Play High School Basketball

Eric Dompierre loves sports, especially basketball. Eric never let his Down Syndrome stop him from playing but now he may have to cheer on his team from the bleachers. Its a battle between Eric's family and the Michigan High School Athletic Association with the latter claiming that because he's 19 years old, Eric isn't allowed to play in his senior year of high school.

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Pro-Government Russian Scientists Stymied At New Rules, Centralization

Russian scientists are falling victim to their own antiquated notions of socialized, government-run science as Moscow demands that all its science arms be further unified under new rules and authority. It's amazing to see the double-think from the scientists as they try to explain government sponsorship of science as a good thing, but in the same breath explain away further centralization and new government mandates as a bad thing. From a libertarian perspective, this reads almost like an article from The Onion.

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