For years many people have noticed the hypocrisy of federal drug policy. Now, the government hypocrisy surrounding another victimless crime is coming to light.Read more »
Another great "What if?" column by Judge NapolitanoRead more »
A harshly worded letter written by a South Carolina state trooper is raising concerns with the state Highway Patrol.Read more »
It appears that dozens of members of Congress each and every year escape DWI/DUI arrests by invoking their congressional privilege of immunity (Article one, Section 6). The privilege was originally provided over 200 years ago to protect members of CongressRead more »
A police chief is arrested....................Read more here:Read more »
Government agencies may be creeping on their own employees by demanding usernames and passwords to social networking sites such as Facebook. Interestingly, this violates Facebook's own terms of service, as Facebook "prohibit(s) anyone from soliciting the login information or accessing an account belonging to someone else" In this writer's opinion, these government agencies would seem to be also violating the federal governments own proposed laws that would prohibit anybody from misrepresenting themselves on the internet.Read more »
Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi on Tuesday called on the United States to tread carefully on issues related to China's core interests in order to build trust and avoid conflicts. "The Iran nuclear issue should be resolved through dialogue, not confrontation, through cooperation, not sanctions," Yang said. "We oppose unilateral sanctions and believe the majority in the world agrees with that."Read more »
Before she was born I should add. With *oh, you checked my tax returns before her birth* vidRead more »
Michael Stewart said the family was told that they would need a permit to solicit funds. But he also wondered if his cause was being treated fairly. “There have been a lot of fund-raisers for the officers,” he said. “Are they requiring a permit for that too?” On the website, the family has posted stories outlining a disparity in resources between those fighting for the death penalty for their son and those working for his defense.Read more »
Supreme Court rules inmates do not have to be read rights prior to interrogation for crimes unrelated to their incarceration.Read more »
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