A state Supreme Court ruling last year that “there is no right to reasonably resist unlawful entry by police officers,” when a man was charged with assaulting an officer during a domestic-violence call. The NRA pushed for a new law that allows residents to use deadly force in response to the “unlawful intrusion” by a “public servant” to protect themselves and others, or their property. Police lobbied against it. The measure requires those using force to “reasonably believe” a law-enforcement officer is acting illegally and that it’s needed to prevent “serious bodily injury.”Read more »
To sum it all up a landlord who is a pacifist doesn't want to allow a veteran to rent her apartment out because of her moral beliefs. The soldier is upset and wants to sue the lady on the grounds of discrimination. In my opinion this is an issue of property rights and the lady should be able to reject whoever she wants on any grounds.Read more »
Officials in Burnsville, Minn., have brought the full force of the law to bear upon Mitch Faber, who was arrested, forced to pay a high bail and released under electronic monitoring and only on condition of drug testing. Faber has been charged with the crime of not putting proper siding on his house.Read more »
Man sues city over seizure of house with underground shelterRead more »
Jordan Ramos says she and other University of Iowa students plan to protest what they say are discriminatory tactics at the Union Bar in Iowa City. Ramos says she was barred from dancing on a platform in the bar because of her weight.Read more »
KNOW YOUR LAND RIGHTS....
If the government is telling you what you can do on your land or how you can use it - start learning about:Read more »
MI government plans as of April 1 to raid private citizens' property to check pigs they're raising naturally. Pigs will be checked against a very suspect "checklist," which includes the color of the hair and skin, to determine if they are feral or not. If the government raid teams decide the pigs are feral, they will destroy them on the spot. If a farmer/citizen protests or tries to prohibit them in any way, they will be arrested for obstruction of justice.Read more »
A Roswell, Georgia man who fought with the city over his right to keep chickens on his suburban property blew himself up at his house today, the Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
The home of the man, Andrew Wordes, was in foreclosure. Investigators believe he poured gasoline all over the house and set it on fire rather than get evicted.Read more »
The battle between one man and the city of Roswell that started over his keeping of chickens ended Monday afternoon in a fiery explosion. Investigators believe that rather than be evicted from his home, Andrew Wordes poured gasoline throughout the house and set it on fire.Read more »
Max Abramson faces 6 years in prison because corrupt cops and an aggressive district attorney can abuse the system and push an anti-gun agenda.Read more »
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