Narcissist TN State Rep honors self through legislation

Posted April 15th, 2013 by willlow97

Tennessee State Rep Jon Lundberg submits and gets passed, a resolution to honor himself and his company. Has also used resolutions for other things, such as having his daughter's graduation recognized.

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Technically, That's Illegal Author Interviewed for Podcast

Posted March 1st, 2012 by snappytype

Please take time to listen to this 30 minute interview with me on Coffee and Cigarettes podcast. I discuss overarching laws in the US today.

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Scientist Advocates for Legal Drinking Age for Soda

Posted February 2nd, 2012 by snappytype

Legislation is our knee jerk response to every "problem" we have as a society.

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The Government Cannot Keep You Safe

Posted November 30th, 2011 by snappytype

A short blurb about a tragic accident, which reminds us of the fact that we cannot legislate our way into utopia.

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Long List of Illegal Activities, Many of them Benign

Posted November 17th, 2011 by snappytype

A long list of illegal activities that I've managed to document in just a few months time while keeping my blog and writing my book

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Rand Paul stalls Senate education bill

Posted October 19th, 2011 by bhouser

Republican Sen. Rand Paul may not have the clout in Congress to reach his goal of eliminating the Department of Education, but he can do a close second: shut down the Senate committee trying to pass sweeping new federal education legislation.

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Do We Really Want More Policemen?

Posted September 19th, 2011 by KareFree

" Another fallacy in the idea of using more police to stop crime involves the problem of recognition. Criminals do not wear sweat-shirts with “Bad Guy” printed on them to enable policemen to single them out. One way police try to find robbers and murderers is to stop and question ordinary people who have done nothing wrong. Increasing the number of policemen therefore means an increase in the number of innocent people who will be harassed and intimidated by officers."

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NRA helps to kill self defense legislation in NH

The NRA is up to it's old tricks again as it helps to maintain draconian anti self defense laws and kill new legislation that would help deter crime and improve basic human rights of self protection in the face of government legislation.

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Banning 'drug plants'

A ridiculous proposal to ban plants in Australia if they have any remote trace of properties that could make 'illegal' drugs.

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Bill Would Yank Your License if Your Kid Misses School

Posted January 11th, 2011 by Thrain

The Parkersville News and Sentinel reports State Sen. Erik Wells has introduced a bill to yank your driver's license if your kid misses 10 or more days of school. You'd get a warning after the fifth unexcused absence.

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