Now you can homeschool your kids using Ron Paul's new curriculum. This is the best chance at teaching future generations about liberty and voluntaryism.Read more »
Debate opens on sex life of France's disabled. Belgian law often leaves the sale of sex in a legal gray area, allowing for some sexual services for people with severe disabilities. In neighboring France, however, a tense debate on the topic is just beginning.Read more »
NYC Assemblyman voted against medical marijuana. Now hypocrite caught in traffic stop with pot. Fashions self a drug warrior.Read more »
A Republican senator's embrace of gay marriage is the latest sign of soul-searching in a party struggling to adapt in a society whose demographics — and views on emotional issues — are changing fast.
Gay marriage still divides the party, with the conservative wing strongly opposed. But an increasing number of Republicans, now including Sen. Rob Portman of Ohio, are reversing course. Many others simply downplay the subject.Read more »
Tony Perkins, the head of the Family Research Council, thinks the war on women doesn’t go far enough. He wants to extend it to men. In his latest rant, he didn’t call women “sluts” for wanting to have sex outside of marriage, but he did say that all single people should be punished and shamed for succumbing to their desires.Read more »
Police arrested the mother who hired two strippers for her son's 16th birthday party. Judy H. Viger was charged with five counts of endangering the welfare of a child.
Endangering the welfare of a child is a misdemeanor that can carry a prison sentence up to one year. According to the law, endangerment occurs when a person "knowingly acts in a manner likely to be injurious to the physical, mental or moral welfare of a child less than 17 years old.
A ban on high capacity magazines, arbitrarily defined as being capable of holding more than 15 rounds, was passed by the Colorado legislature today on a voice vote. House Bill 13-1224 was sponsored by Rhonda Fields (D-Aurora) whose description of her reasons for introducing the Bill made it clear that it is an emotional response to a tragic event. But leveraging the basic rights of peaceful Coloradans as her therapy.Read more »
Activist faces three months in prison for filming police who was not wearing his seat beltRead more »
After cursing at a professor during a Spanish final, former Columbia-Juilliard student Oren Ungerleider was involuntarily committed to St. Luke’s Hospital and kept there against his will for 30 days. When he arrived at St. Luke’s, Ungerleider was interviewed by a series of psychiatrists, and he refused to answer their questions. When he tried to leave, three doctors tackled him and forcibly injected him with the drug Haldol. Doctors medicated him against his will and kept him in containment.Read more »
I'm as tired of arguing Romans 13 with Christians as the next liberty lover, but this pastor makes some awesome points (the YouTube linked is cued to the best part). Watching from the cue for about 10 minutes is recommended. It starts with some great points about Romans 13 and moves into reconciling the Christian love of government with personal freedom (a freedom that even "God" itself recognizes.Read more »
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