3,451 days after being seized, detained, dragged out of my vehicle & arrested at an illegal general law enforcement roadblock conducted by Tohono O'odham Police Dept. officers with the assistance of Senior Special U.S. Customs agents along with dozens of U.S. Border Patrol agents, Checkpoint USA's lawsuit has finally settled for $210,000 exactly 3,087 days after it was filed.Read more »
Mitt Romney has experienced an eleven point swing in his poll...
To make matters worse for the Romney team, Congressman Paul continues to gain on Romney by racking up delegates in state after state.
please check dailypaul.com to confirm and understand. thx kurtRead more »
Libertarians have “tremendous power” to roll back big government even without electing anyone, writes Dr. Mary Ruwart on LibertyForAll.net.
As libertarians, we have tremendous power. However, we are so focused on winning elections that we tend to neglect our real strength. We’re frustrated by the “wasted vote syndrome,” but do little to counter it, even though we hold the key in our hands. That key is activism at the local, state and national level. If we have the power to roll back big government, shouldn’t we use it?Read more »
Jason Sager a local candidate for county commission - and project manager Hamilton Hanson will be presenting the Government of Hernando County with 4 framed panels of a replication of the United States Constitution on behalf of themselves and We the People of Hernando County.Read more »
A number of activists had made appointments with recruiting officers but when we got there the office was closed, and there were six motorcycle cops lined up instead. So it was a victory before it began. They obviously knew we were coming. The rally became a string a megaphone speeches from the various orgs, and they opened up the mic to the crowd. Whenever this offer is made at rallies I immediately begin crafting an impromptu speech in my head. It’s practically an autonomic response. Usually I don’t find the nerve to actually grab the mic, but I thought I should at least write it down.Read more »
The settlement follows a landmark ruling last August by the U.S. Court of Appeals for the First Circuit, declaring that the First Amendment protects the right to record police carrying out their duties in a public place...
"The law had been clear for years that openly recording a video is not a crime..."
The court's opinion made clear that people cannot be arrested simply for documenting the actions of police officers in public...
"The First Amendment includes the freedom to observe and document the conduct of government officials, which is crucial to a democracy and a free society."Read more »
The IRS is hiring more people, and seeking to share enforcement duties with state and local police departments. But a former senior IRS advisor is saying the IRS is “fighting a very difficult battle where the deck is stacked against them.”Read more »
Well, well... I think we just proven that government isn't exactly needed for one more thing. Statists commence cold sweat.Read more »
New Hampshire state agencies are now required by law to consider open source software when acquiring software and to promote the use of open data formats.Read more »
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