A Fort Wayne, Indiana police officer has been suspended for his 15th time and taken off street duty.
He will not be firedRead more »
Better give your horses, cows and pigs a heads up. If they don't stop kicking up so much dust, there's gonna be hell to pay!Read more »
In a legal showdown with the IRS, the Miccosukees say their members don't owe any taxes on income they receive from the tribe's gambling operation -- a stance that sets them apart from possibly every Indian tribe with casinos in the United States.Read more »
8 year old boy kills a dog with a barbecue utensil and beats a dozen ducks, hens and chicks with a garden hole. Some were so badly abused they had to be euthanized.Read more »
California Supreme Court declined to review a Court of Appeal decision that forced Hari Wilburn, a homeless man, to pay tens of thousands of dollars in child support for a child even though DNA excludes him as the dad and he never acted as the dad.Read more »
WASHINGTON -- Shoppers can often save big buying online instead of at the local mall. But a chunk of the savings comes at the expense of state and local governments, in the form of sales taxes that are not paid on many Web purchases.
The losses add up for cash-starved state and local governments across the country.Read more »
In this 3-part video interview with Tony DeMeo, Sheriff of Nye County, Nevada, he explains that he is a Constitutional Sheriff and that authority for public office holders is derived from the people. He tells the story about how he used the Constitution as his foundation in the saga of Nye County rancher Wayne Hage’s disputes over encroachments by the federal government.Read more »
Russia has taken an unfortunate step into its police-state past with a new law that grants the state's security service broad powers to jail people simply on suspicion that they may be about to engage in illegal activity.
The FSB has now regained a power that its feared predecessor agency, the KGB, had under the Soviet Union. This has been a consistent pattern under Vladimir Putin, who, first as president, then as prime minister, has steadily restored the power and prestige of the security agencies, at the expense, many say, of Russia's fragile democracy.Read more »
Daily News @ RevolutionNews.US ~ Last night the United States Senate voted to double the penalties for the nation’s newest existential threat: brownies made with marijuana!Read more »
The graffiti on the sign outside the Boulder County Justice Center has been there for four days, but only now have authorities caught onto the vandal's irony -- and they are not amused.
Using what appears to be stencils and white paint, someone added quotation marks around the word justice on the facility's main sign.Read more »
Ahmadullah Niazi, a regular at an Irvine mosque, befriended Craig Morteilh, who presented himself as interested in converting to Islam. Their conversations began around spirituality, but quickly Morteilh began discussing his access to illegal weapons, and recruiting people in a terrorist plot. The mosque obtained a restraining order against Morteilh, and Niazi reported him to the FBI. Within months Niazi was the one arrested on trumped up charges.Read more »
Move puts burden of paying for sewage system upgrades on District residents. So now the residents of DC, most of whom, believe it or not, are poor and middle class, must pay for the upgrades to the DC sewage system. These upgrades are required by...the federal government. Various government agencies are calling the fees "an impermissible tax of the federal government."Read more »
The following speech was delivered by top of the class student Erica Goldson during the graduation ceremony at Coxsackie-Athens High School on June 25, 2010Read more »
In western states, those who want to collect rainwater, even on their own land for their own personal consumption, is required to ask government permission and likely pay government licensing fees if or they are breaking the "LAW."Read more »
The Obama administration is seeking to make it easier for the FBI to compel companies to turn over records of an individual's Internet activity without a court order if agents deem the information relevant to a terrorism or intelligence investigation.Read more »
Choctaw Nation decides to expand their casino. Governor of Mississippi, after being told what the Choctaws are doing is legal by the state Attorney General, decides that's not good enough and is suing. Legislators don't even hide the fact that the reason they are suing is because they can't collect taxes on the dealings of the proposed casino.Read more »
Sheriff Joe vows to enforce the new Arizona immigration laws and arrest activist who stand outside of his jail in protest.Read more »
I served in the same company in Iraq with this guy. He's a hot head but did not deserve to be drawn down on and shot point blank in the chest by a cop. I've been listening to freetalklive for over a year now and while I can not vouch for the content of my friends words, I can defintely say he didn't threaten the cop, just antagonized him to the point of a shot to the chest.Read more »
"...a pioneering and controversial test program included in the city's new budget that will use civilian investigators to respond to nonviolent crimes like burglaries or car break-ins, freeing up police officers to focus on crimes in progress or dangerous offenders."Read more »
The Coast Guard has gathered evidence it failed to follow its own firefighting policy during the Deepwater Horizon disaster and is investigating whether the chaotic spraying of tons of salt water by private boats contributed to sinking the ill-fated oil rig, according to interviews and documents.Read more »
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