WASHINGTON, DC -- David Bronner, CEO of Dr. Bronner's Magic Soaps locks self in cage in front of white house with live hemp plants in act of civil disobedience. Of course the dc thugs damage his property and arrest him. Check out the youtube video here. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qsiLLqZUnmQ
And a REASON Q&A with him here. --->>>
They came to Washington DC from cities and small towns, from near and far, to break the law. Their crime? Selling raw milk and lemonade without permits nor licenses. Fortunately, the civil disobedience went well. Unlike last year the police didn't interfere and the protest went off with no one arrested.Read more »
A interesting series of stories,about the absurd number of hoops you have to jump through to legally get a handgun in Washington DC.Read more »
It's the law in D.C. - recycle or face a fine from the Department of Public Works. But is enforcement of the law going too far?Read more »
Protesting the shameful closings of children's lemonade stands around the USA, Robert Fernandes organized Lemonade Freedom Day. Protests took place in several cities. In Philadelphia Mr. Fernandes and his family were part of setting up a lemonade stand in Rittenhouse Square in center city.Read more »
In the USA the imperial government desecrates the memory of Thomas Jefferson by insisting that all behave timidly in said place. Words like “solemn” and “reverent” flow from them to describe the atmosphere and behavior they expect at the memorial. Thomas Jefferson would have objected to this. He knew better than to call that liberty.
Thus, when we tried to protest their violently arresting people the week before for silently dancing at the memorial they moved in to stop us.Read more »
Apparently into humiliation and sub-dom, a Washington intern learns the hard way that it’s illegal to recite the Gettysburg Address on the steps of the Lincoln Memorial without a permit...Read more »
A great example of how people of diverse views can come together to stand for peace and against the empire. This protest took place at the Whitehouse in Washington, DC.
We met several libertarians there, hopefully more will turn out for future peace rallies.Read more »
A medical marijuana tax could generate about $400,000 for Washington, D.C., over the next five years, according to an estimate from the city's top financial officer released on Tuesday.
Washington's Office of the Chief Financial Officer provided the estimate to the D.C. Council, which has proposed taxing marijuana as part of budget negotiations, reports Jessica GreskoRead more »
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