A bill that could send women to prison for going topless in public appears headed for approval by the North Carolina legislature.
Depending if such exposure is judged to be "for the purpose of arousing or gratifying sexual desire," the woman could be charged with a felony, punishable by up to six months in prison for first-time offenders. More mundane exposure would be a misdemeanor meriting up to 30 days in jail.
While arguing for gun control a California police chief is caught up a rare moment of honesty, "Guns are an offensive weapon, used to intimidate and used to show power. Police officers don’t carry a gun as a defensive weapon to defend themselves or their other officers."Read more »
The LAPD has opened fire on random innocents and purposefully set a cabin on fire killing an unknown occupant. These acts combined with their complete disregard for Public Safety or Rule of Law more than qualifies them as a Terrorist Organization, and they should be officially recognized and classified as suchRead more »
There is now certainly enough evidence available to show that the "law enforcement officers" on the scene of the Dorner Siege are likely guilty of murder.
Contrary to popular belief, their badges are not magical and they do not grant the individuals wearing them extra rights. Certainly not the right to burn someone alive.Read more »
The only difference between Christopher Dorner and Barack Obama is Dorner doesn't have "peace bombs."Read more »
Proof Of A U.S. Police State
America has fast descended into a police state. The trouble is that we want to believe in the rule of law and the system that alleges to support and enforce it. But when reality collides with illusion, it is too late. No matter how bad things seem, we always think that times will get better and that government will do the right thing.Read more »
L.A. Residents Plead With LAPD On Signs, Shirts: ‘Don’t Shoot, I’m Not Chris Dorner’
In response to the LAPD shooting at least 3 innocent people in a manhunt for Chris Dorner, the fugitive ex-cop and alleged murderer they’re hunting with U.S. military spy drones, residents of Los Angeles have begun wearing shirts and placing signs on their vehicles that read, “Don’t shoot, I’m not Chris Dorner. Thank you.”Read more »
The TSA is a natural target for political demonstrations. Their invasive sexual molestation is unpopular with everyone, and their checkpoints come ready made with a captive audience. In 2010 Aaron Tobey was handcuffed and held for 90 minutes by the TSA at the Richmond Airport in Virginia after he stripped off his shirt to display the Fourth Amendment scrawled across his chest with a marker.
On Friday he won a civil rights lawsuit seeking $250,000 in damages against the TSA for being wrongfully detained on a disorderly conduct charge. And for that he is our Rebel of the Week.Read more »
Naomi Wolf has, as usual, scared the crap out of me. This time in her recent article in the Guardian, “JSOC: Obama’s secret assassins.” What takes the form of a review of the film “Dirty Wars: The World is a Battlefield” doubles as some shocking analysis of this little known death squad known as the Joint Special Operations Command (JSOC), which to me sounds like IngSoc (You either get that or you don’t).Read more »
On Wednesday a few hundred activists crowded into the courtroom of the Second Circuit, the spillover room with its faulty audio feed and dearth of chairs, and Foley Square outside the Thurgood Marshall U.S. Courthouse in Manhattan where many huddled in the cold. The fate of the nation, we understood, could be decided by the three judges who will rule on our lawsuit against President Barack Obama for signing into law Section 1021(b)(2) of the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA).Read more »
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