A twitter feed of the day's outstanding police misconduct incidents. It's updated several times daily, so there's never any shortage of police misconduct to make your blood boil.Read more »
Yale Law School's Saul Cornell writes a massive propaganda piece claiming that interpreting the Constitution based on the intent of the Founders is "destroying America". He'd rather have judges interpret it however the hell they want and consider it a "living document" that can be molded "by the people". Which people, he doesn't say but I think you can guess. This interpretation nonsense is why the Constitution has failed to "bind [them] down from mischief". Now its just another tool for statists to enslave us.Read more »
"So in Duncan (South Carolina), it's against the law to cheer for your kid during the graduation ceremonies. In the past, parents and relatives who cheered were escorted by cops from the stadiums."Read more »
With the rise of e-mail and the decline of letters, mail volume is falling at a staggering rate, and the postal service's survival plan isn't reassuring. Elsewhere in the world, postal services are grappling with the same dilemma — only most of them, in humbling contrast, are thriving.Read more »
Every two to three years, Eddie Sales trims and prunes the crape myrtles at his church, Albemarle Road Presbyterian Church.
But this year, the city of Charlotte cited the church for improperly pruning its trees.
"We always keep our trees trimmed back because you don't want to worry about them hanging down in the way," said Sales, a church member.
The church was fined $100 per branch cut for excessive pruning, bringing the violation to $4,000.Read more »
"(Steed) told (Jones) that she smelled alcohol in the vehicle, 'wanted to make sure it wasn’t coming from (plaintiff)' and asked plaintiff to blow into the machine," the lawsuit states. "In response, (Jones), still seated in the vehicle with the door closed, said 'I would like to speak to my lawyer before I take any tests.'”
The lawsuit claims Steed pulled out her Taser and threatened to shock Jones if he didn't exit the vehicle.Read more »
Newly obtained documents reveal not only how NCI database contributors arrived at their March 17 summary of marijuana's medical uses, but also the furious politicking that went into quickly scrubbing that summary of information regarding the potential tumor-fighting effects of cannabis.Read more »
With the NFL lockout in full swing, John Elway must really be bored.
Somehow Elway -- the Denver Broncos vice president and Hall-of-Fame quarterback -- became aware of the Fort Collins, Colo., punk band "Elway," and decided he's just not cool with the group using his surname.Read more »
World peace has been on a downward trend in recent years, according to an annual gauge of domestic and foreign conflict.
But there are bright spots regardless of the overall global outlook. Iceland passed New Zealand to become “the country most at peace.” Other nations ranked high on the peace scale were Japan, Denmark, Czech Republic, Austria, Finland, Canada, Norway and Slovenia.
Carrillo, 5 feet 6 and 160 pounds, doubled over in pain. Three deputies began kicking and punching the baby-faced 23-year-old in his head and thigh, tearing his white T-shirt while blood splattered on his blue jeans and Air Jordans.Read more »
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