Amid the latest orgy of new regulation from an out-of-control federal government: a requirement that coin dealers file a Form 1099 for each purchase or sale of gold or silver above $600. The new reporting requirement is slated to go into effect January 1, 2012.Read more »
Admitted thieves are going free, while an elderly Wheat Ridge man is facing the possibility of spending the rest of his life behind barsRead more »
PRIMGHAR, Iowa -- U.S. District Court Judge Mark W. Bennett has ordered Osceola County Sheriff Douglas L. Weber to issue a gun permit to a resident and to complete a college-level course involving the First Amendment.
Bennett’s written decision on Wednesday involves the case of Paul Dorr, of Ocheyedan, who was denied a permit to carry a concealed weapon.
Dorr and his son, Alexander, were denied gun permits after being engaged in extensive First Amendment activity -- protesting, passing out leaflets and writing letters to the editor -- the opinion notes.Read more »
When Rep. Ron Paul walked into Hy-Vee Hall last month, a single blue sign with a simple message was placed near the escalator that took him upstairs to a fundraiser attended by 300 Republican activists.
It read: "President Ron Paul 2012."Read more »
t has emerged that the New York National Guard is assisting in the arrests of thousands of American citizens as part of the “drug war,” while at the same time the U.S. government itself orders troops in Afghanistan to guard the poppy fields as heroin floods American streets, in yet another shining example of how the United States is under a state of de facto martial law.Read more »
Hailey police officers won't be trying to bust anyone for smoking marijuana in the privacy of their own home from now on—not since the City Council adopted three weeks ago a lowest-police-priority ordinance with regard to misdemeanor marijuana offenses.Read more »
NEW YORK – The street below Danny Chen's window in lower Manhattan has changed over the last decade from a bustling four-lane thoroughfare to an empty road lined with police barricades.
To get home each day, Chen has to present his ID at a police checkpoint. When the officer lowers the metal gate into the ground to let him in, he drives through as quickly as he can. More than once, the barricade has risen too soon, lifting his wife's minivan into the airRead more »
The federal government is launching an expansive program dubbed "Perfect Citizen" to detect cyber assaults on private companies and government agencies running such critical infrastructure as the electricity grid and nuclear-power plants, according to people familiar with the program.Read more »
A man arrested at a July 4 house party is charged with a count of wiretapping, alleging he used his cell phone to film the police response. Police confirmed Tuesday that Adam H. Whitman, 20, of New Castle, was arrested on that charge. However, the charge is likely to be dismissed and/or replaced with another charge, possibly disorderly conduct or obstructing government administration. Whitman was "impaired by alcohol" when he was arrested and, when the case was later reviewed, wiretapping didn't seem to be "a viable charge."Read more »
John Stossel says America's Military is great and a force for good and goes on to talk about all the countries and people it helps. Big libertarian tv guy loves the military, only on Fox News.Read more »
Cops slap and taze ten year old, assault grandfather.Read more »
The National Guard is making x-ray vehicle scanners, as well as other high tech police state tools, available to local police in order to fight the "war on drugs".Read more »
A hairdresser has been hit with a £1,500 bill for having a radio on while giving customers a trim.
Manager Neil Hull had bought a music licence from music royalties body, the Performing Rights Society (PRS), which he believed allowed him to play pop music in public.
However, a SECOND royalties collector, the Phonographic Performance Ltd (PPL), told a court that he needed a further music licence from IT to put the radio or CDs on.Read more »
There's at least ONE place in New Hampshire that believes in a strict interpretation of constitutional rights. If you're a town employee in Nottingham, you can now bring your gun to work. Nottingham town selectmen voted on the new policy last week....town leaders said it's a matter of constitutional rights.Read more »
Daily News @ http://revolutionNews.US ~ why should Americans concern themselves with countries halfway across the globe adopting Chinese-style net censorship? Because under Senator Joe Lieberman’s 197-page Protecting Cyberspace as a National Asset Act, the United States would formally mimic China’s “great firewall” of web censorship.Read more »
A man suspected of carrying out a string of booby trap attacks against the small Hemet Police Department was initially targeting an officer who arrested him last year for growing marijuana, a law enforcement official said Tuesday. It's too bad he got caught.Read more »
Rahn was found guilty in April of seven charges including official misconduct and falsifying business records.
Today, Judge Francis Affronti told Rahn this was one of the most difficult things he's ever had to do but then he handed down the sentence.
Rahn will serve a minimum of one year and eight months to a maximum of five years in prison. With good behavior, he could get out in 13 months.Read more »
Watch this video of an Alabama Police Officer harassing a petite videographer as she tries to video tape a oil spill clean up worker as she is being taken away in an ambulance.Read more »
Professional photographer Rita Quinn talks about her Calendar shoot, the 2nd amendment and the over drugging of America.Read more »
The price on a pack of cigarettes has skyrocketed to $14.50 at some New York City stores thanks to a hefty new tax -- leaving even the most nicotine-addicted buttheads considering nixing their fix.Read more »
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