The billboard in Caldwell, Idaho has a picture of James Holmes with the caption "Kills 12 in movie theater with assault rifle". Underneath the image, the billboard reads, "Everyone freaks out". Next is a picture of President Obama with the caption "Kills thousands with his foreign policy". Underneath the image of the president the billboard reads, "Wins Nobel Peace Prize".Read more »
Three years ago, I was driving home and noticed a farm with very thin horses without water. I stopped my car and got out and all the farm animals, goats, chickens, ducks, miniature horses called to me. It was 103 degrees on a sweltering summer day and I could see from the road that all of the water troughs were tipped over and empty. I was arrested for trespassing and made headlines in the North County Times and Valley Roadrunner.Read more »
Ademo's story is getting out! Check out Ian's quotes and learn about the plans for upcoming protests. Please like, tweet, retweet and share it with your network to help raise awareness for the cause.Read more »
In April, Portland John Brennan performed the protest that's been seared into our memory: Stripping naked for TSA at the Portland airport.Read more »
On his previous releases from prison, officers re-arrested him within 60 seconds, but not this time. Mr Gough welcomed the new police response: "My opinion is that the police have thought 'the guy's not going to give up so let's have a think about it'." Chief Insp Andy McCann said: "We have been working closely with our partners in law enforcement and the individual concerned in an effort to resolve this impasse. We hope that by exercising some discretion we can find a more satisfactory conclusion for all concerned."Read more »
About 100 video cameras were handed out to volunteers who committed to record all police encounters they come across.
Peaceful Streets Project organizer Antonio Buehler said he hopes the project and summit will help a culture shift.
"One where the people don't have to live afraid of the police and they don't have to be afraid to stand up for their rights. One where bad cops get run out of their organizations by the good cops, and one where the chain of command and internal affairs and the system doesn't cover up the crimes of these criminal cops," Buehler said.Read more »
A Wyoming man walked through a TSA checkpoint with a raging erection on Thursday, daring TSA officers and even fellow passengers to give him an invasive pat down.Read more »
Caveman Blogger Fights for Free Speech and Internet FreedomRead more »
WikiLeaks announced today it has begun publishing the Syria Files – more than two million emails from Syrian political figures, ministries and associated companies, dating from August 2006 to March 2012. WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange could not attend today’s press conference announcing the release of the data trove because he is still inside the Ecuadorean embassy in London in an attempt to avoid extradition to Sweden.Read more »
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