cops successful at stopping unlawful chess playing. NYPD Cracking Down On Rogue Chess PlayersRead more »
Yeah, we knew this was going to happen. Another cop gets off without as much as a slap on the wrist.Read more »
ron paul has submitted legislation to protect Americans from physical and emotional abuse by federal Transportation Security Administration employeesRead more »
Several members of Orlando's most violent street gang decided to detain a peaceful citizen allegedly over a burned out taillight.
Was this gang initiation night, or was the cop just a touch frazzeled from not having his boots licked?
Disobey armed fundraisers for the state, make them show their selves as the aggressor.
Shiny badge, a blue costume or not; Armed Vehicular Robbery is still Robbery no matter how you shake it. If any Joe Citizen had intimidated someone with 4 other gang members and an armed carjacking they'd be in prison. Stop giving these crimes legitimacy.Read more »
Opt-Out of being body scanned on November 24th & every time you travel! Please share this video and let you family & friends know they have the option to OPT-OUT when confronted with a naked body scanner!Read more »
Veteran NYC police officer complained about illegal quotas, department put him in psych ward, suspended without pay. He gives recordings he made of superiors giving illegal orders to news media.Read more »
Logan Square Kitchen has had a tough first year. Despite their immense success, the support of their alderman and lots of love from the Chicago food press, the shared-kitchen concept simply doesn't fit in with current Chicago zoning laws, which can't seem to decide whether the spot is a shop, a restaurant or a production space. In reality, LSK is all three, and provides an important space in Logan Square for community organizing. It also allows start-up businesses who cannot afford their own store a place to manufacture products.Read more »
"If rightsholders get their way, overseas pirate websites could soon be inaccessible to US users, lose their ability to process US credit cards, and be banned from Google Adwords. The Combating Online Infringement and Counterfeits Act is back this week in the US Senate."
This part is particularly ominous:
"A service provider, as that term is defined in section 512(k)(1) of title 17, United States Code, or other operator of a domain name system server shall take reasonable steps that will prevent a domain name from resolving to that domain name's Internet protocol address."Read more »
In the midst of swirling controversy about cops and cameras, Luis Luna was put under arrest for filming police in action—not by a rogue patrolman misunderstanding official department policy, but by none other than the assistant chief of police.Read more »
Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood said using a cell phone while driving is so dangerous that devices may soon be installed in cars to forcibly stop drivers — and potentially anyone else in the vehicle — from using them... “There’s a lot of technology out there now that can disable phones and we’re looking at that.”
“Am I on a rampage,” said LaHood, who has made distracted driving a top priority of his tenure, “Yes, I am, and why shouldn’t I be?”
A bill giving the government the power to shut down Web sites that host materials that infringe copyright is making its way quietly through the lame-duck session of Congress, raising the ire of free-speech groups and prompting a group of academics to lobby against the effort.Read more »
Penn Jillette tells a TSA agent "You have to ask me before you touch me or it's assault."Read more »
The activists had been demonstrating on parliament grounds by smoking marijuana openly in front of police and security, as party of an ongoing campaign of civil disobedience.Read more »
Senate Bill 510, the Food Safety Modernization Act, has been called "the most dangerous bill in the history of the United States of America." It would grant the U.S. government new authority over the public's right to grow, trade and transport any foods. This would give Big brother the power to regulate the tomato plants in your backyard. It would grant them the power to arrest and imprison people selling cucumbers at farmer's markets. It would criminalize the transporting of organic produce if you don't comply with the authoritarian rules of the federal government.Read more »
The terrorist have won. By terrorists, I mean the politicians.Read more »
DAYTON, Ohio -- A Centerville woman said she was sexually assaulted at the Dayton International Airport. She said it was done by a federal worker of the Transportation and Security Administration during a security check.
Erin Chase said she went to the airport on Friday night for a flight and was the subject of an aggressive pat-down by the TSA employee.
According to Chase, the employee groped her and inappropriately touched her private parts. She has filed a complaint with the TSA and is seeking to have the employee fired.
Individual airports can decide to get their own security.Read more »
The TSA’s invasive new screening measures include officers literally putting their hands down people’s pants if they are wearing baggy clothing in a shocking new elevation of groping procedures that have stoked a nationwide revolt against privacy-busting airport security measures.Read more »
TRENTON NJ— Senator Michael J. Doherty (R) and Senator James Beach (D) today announced they will present resolutions to the Senate and Assembly calling on the U.S. Congress to end TSA screening procedures requiring full body scans and pat downs at U.S. airports Their action comes in response to widespread concerns over privacy and radiation, as well as reports of inappropriate conduct by TSA agents during the screening process.
Full press release http://bit.ly/c0n2FLRead more »
The Food and Drug Administration is preparing to ban caffeinated alcohol drinks, which it has been reviewing the drinks since last year. Sen. Chuck Schumer (NY) wrote the FDA will rule that caffeine is an unsafe additive to alcoholic beverages, effectively banning them from the U.S. market.
"Let these rulings serve as a warning to anyone who tried to peddle dangerous and toxic brews to our children. Do it and we will shut you down," wrote Schumer.Read more »
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