According to a new tally by the Yankee Institute, the State of Connecticut will impose at least 77 separate tax increases over 24 categories as part of the changes recently made by the General Assembly.Read more »
"Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal’s program to replace fleeing migrant farmworkers with probationers backfired when some of the convicted criminals started walking off their jobs because field work was too strenuous, it was reported Wednesday."Read more »
Thug cops kill autistic child. As a parent of a special needs child this makes me sick.Read more »
Anonymous has struck a third and deadly blow on the Arizona police. This latest grab includes personal information and emails for 1,200 officers including usernames, passwords, email addresses, credit card numbers and more.Some of the emails are ripe with racist remarks about torturing "ragheads", crude Anti-Obama slurs, and pornography. Other emails discuss the recent hacks and the PR strategy to defuse public reaction to the revelation of a sex offender in their ranks.Read more »
Can bumper stickers be considered offensive? If a bumper sticker is considered offensive can a person be fined? Read more here:Read more »
Iraq security forces attacking and killing unarmed protestersRead more »
Riverside County Supervisor Jeff Stone apparently thinks so, after proposing that the county lead a campaign for as many as 13 Southern California counties to secede from the state.Stone said in a statement late Thursday that Riverside, Imperial, San Diego, Orange, San Bernardino, Kings, Kern, Fresno, Tulare, Inyo, Madera, Mariposa and Mono counties should form the new state of South California.Read more »
Instead of bogus pizza deliveries, sending a SWAT team to your door appears to be the hip new griefing trend in online gaming. Earlier this month we told you about a gamer in Eugene, Ore. who answered the doorbell to a police raid, thanks to some douchebag he met in FortressCraft. Now it's happened to someone in Florida.Read more »
Hope for cancer patients? Change in a destructive policy of prohibition? Not so much. Deputy Attorney General James M. Cole released a memo this week clearly specifically out distributors and cultivators of cannabis for medical purposes, making them a high priority target in the war on (some) drugs. "The Ogden Memorandum was never intended to shield such activities from federal enforcement action and prosecution, even where those activities purport to comply with state law." What Tenth Amendment?Read more »
Halperin's gaffe came on Thursday, when he was commenting on Obama's Wednesday press conference. He first asked host Joe Scarborough, "Are we on the seven-second delay?" implying that he wanted to speak freely but not have his comments broadcast.
Scarborough and co-host Mika Brzezinski assured Halperin that he could speak freely and anticipated a controversial remark. Halperin said:
"I thought he was kind of a dick yesterday."Read more »
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