A Gizmodo article about the new trend in The Gang outlawing filming cops.Read more »
A Michigan lawmaker wants to register reporters to ensure they’re credible and have “good moral character.”
State Sen. Bruce Patterson is introducing legislation that will regulate reporters much as the state regulates hairdressers, auto mechanics and plumbers. Patterson, who also practices constitutional law, says the general public is being overwhelmed by an increasing number of media outlets -- traditional, online and citizen generated -- and an even greater amount of misinformation.Read more »
Alaska becomes the 8th state to strengthen the 2nd Amendment by giving Federal firearm legislators the bird. Choke on that ya fascist bastiges!Read more »
Before, your right to remain silent was automatic. Now you must invoke it by speaking. Just one more thing they've taken from you. How much more before Americans wake up?Read more »
A battle is brewing between the state and federal governments over a Census taker arrested in Puna for misdemeanor trespassing.Read more »
Starting July 1, any licensed server selling alcohol for off-premise consumption will be required to card all Hoosiers -- regardless of how old they look. That means all retailers from supermarkets to package liquor stores will be turning away customers without identification.
Anyone who fails to check for ID during a transaction can be cited with a criminal misdemeanor.Read more »
Penn Jillette has a new show on Revision3.com, Penn Point, that's on 4 times a week (Monday through Thursday). It is very similar to his previous "vlog" Penn Says, except Revision3 are not idiots like Sony/crackle, so now us europeans can watch too. A must for all Penn Jillette fans.Read more »
Below is a repost of an article published on Americans for Safe Access website: www.safeaccessnow.org in November of 2003. The article describes how cannabinoids, the active components of marijuana, inhibit tumor growth in laboratory animals and also kill cancer cells. Then it finishes off by saying that the US government has known for more than 35 years and that the media which would normally go crazy about a cancer cure story like this, doesn’t at all and in fact seem to be burying the story rather than promote it in any way.Read more »
It's something most seasoned pot smokers already know, but still it's nice to get more scientific confirmation: Marijuana doesn't make you wreck your car.Read more »
ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) - The second weekend of the Bernalillo County Sheriff Department's new Party Patrol was fruitful and the program could be extended.
BCSO is going all out by utilizing 16 deputies and the department's helicopter to bust up underage partiesRead more »
Reporting from Jerusalem
Israel faced a diplomatic firestorm Monday over its deadly attack against a protest flotilla carrying humanitarian aid to the Gaza Strip.
Foreign leaders and protest organizers accused Israel of using excessive force in the raid in international waters, but Israel defended its actions, saying that soldiers were ambushed with knives and metal bars, as well as handguns wrested from the commandos.Read more »
56-year-old Stephen Perry, who wrote for the 1980s cartoon series Thundercats, was officially announced murdered. He'd been missing for nearly two weeks, and police reportedly found his arm inside of his abandoned vanRead more »
The city's most litigious bum, Richard Kreimer -- infamous for winning a $230,000 suit 20 years ago after being kicked out of a Morristown, NJ, library for his body odor -- is about to file his 18th lawsuit since 1988.3Read more »
It was one of the hottest days of spring on New York's Long Island, and Marcus Starkman was among those who went to the beach for some sun and sand.
Starkman was lying in a chaise longue on Long Beach. Suddenly, police got a call about a swimmer in distress and rushed to the rescue.
In the confusion Wednesday, a police SUV ran over Starkman as he was talking on a phone and listening to the radio, according to Newsday.Read more »
Stimulus includes $80.5 million for "green" building upgrades (reflecting pool, art gallery, gardens, and amphitheater) so IRS agents can better enjoy taking your money. The $92 million renovations at the IRS compound in Andover will include a reflecting pool, an art gallery, indoor gardens, a 7,000-square-foot cafeteria and an amphitheater, but it remains unclear what new permanent jobs, if any, will come to the center.Read more »
On Friday, Bernalillo County Sheriff Manny Gonzales arrested one of his primary opponents, 24 year-old Joshua Timberman (a liberty candidate), after a bench warrant was issued for a speeding ticket in Santa Fe.Read more »
Church in New Hampshire disciplined a 15-year old girl in front of the church in 1997 for her "sin" of getting raped and pregnant by a 38-year old man in the church. Girl then forcibly moved out of state.Read more »
And for calling 911 while a police officer sexually assaulted his girlfriend during a traffic stop, Abel Moreno was arrested. His girlfriend was arrested, too. Then, things got even worse.Read more »
Since the Civil War, the US military has only had 11 years where troops were not engaged in combat: 1935-1936, 1938-1940, and 1974-1979.Read more »
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