Police chiefs from several of the state's and the nation's largest cities say Arizona's new crackdown on illegal immigration will increase crime in U.S. cities, not reduce itRead more »
Up to 50,000 people face a fine of $110 a day if they refuse to divulge information on their health and lifestyle to Australian Bureau of Statistics researchers.Read more »
The Australian founder of the whistleblower website Wikileaks had his passport confiscated by police when he arrived in Melbourne last week.
Julian Assange, who does not have an official home base and travels every six weeks, told the Australian current affairs program Dateline that immigration officials had said his passport was going to be cancelled because it was looking worn.Read more »
One of America's national organizations fighting against illegal immigration is announcing that 17 states are now filing versions of Arizona's SB 1070 law which is designed to help local police enforce America's existing immigration laws.
ARKANSAS, IDAHO, INDIANA, MARYLAND, MICHIGAN, MINNESOTA, MISSOURI, NEBRASKA, NEVADA, NEW JERSEY, OHIO, OKLAHOMA, PENNSYLVANIA, RHODE ISLAND, SOUTH CAROLINA, TEXAS, UTAHRead more »
Police seek to charge person for hate crime for posting on a traffic control device NO LATINOS NO TACOS
Traffic Sign On Palmetto: 'No Latinos, No Tacos'
Sign Hacked On S.R. 826
POSTED: Tuesday, May 25, 2010
UPDATED: 1:03 pm EDT May 25, 2010
A towing company w/ a very sketchy history finally got what it deserved. After crossing the path of one pro-active kid, it has now lost half of its commercial accounts, and is in threat of going out of business all b/c they tried to claim the kid didn't have a parking permit, when in fact they scraped it off the car's windshield and tried to claim it wasn't there in the first place. The kid started a facebook group w/ past customers receiving the same dishonest dis-service, and now the company is literally paying the price.Read more »
Decency group calls $#*! indecent too
The Parents Television Council ramped up its ongoing crusade against how human beings actually speak by condemning the title of a new CBS TV Series: $#*! my dad says.Read more »
In a study of American children aged 11 and 12, researchers from UCLA compared those who stood up to aggressors with those who did not.
Children who returned hostility with hostility appeared to be the most mature, the researchers found. Boys who stood up to bullies and schoolyard enemies were judged more socially competent by their teachers. Girls who did the same were more popular and more admired by teachers and peers.
They did not study adults, but I'm sure we can draw our own conclusions regarding fines, traffic tickets, plea bargains, etc.Read more »
"The worst part was not the dirt, the bugs flying everywhere or the clogged, stinking toilet in their common cell but the panic when US ICE agents laughed at her requests to understand how long she would be held.", a former inmate said who feared "they were going to put me and the other people in a grinder and make sausages", during the stay at one of the 186 unlisted and unmarked detention facilities in the US."Read more »
Responding to the massive BP oil spill, Congress is getting ready to quadruple—to 32 cents a barrel—a tax on oil used to help finance cleanups. The increase would raise nearly $11 billion over the next decade.
The tax is levied on oil produced in the U.S. or imported from foreign countries. The revenue goes to a fund managed by the Coast Guard to help pay to clean up spills in waterways, such as the Gulf of Mexico.
It's only a 1 minute long video teaching children about the dangers of drugs.Read more »
School Security guards break 16 year old girls arm for dropping cake on the floor at school...Read more »
2 Disabled men seized at gunpoint for looking at the cops...Read more »
"Several Marylanders face felony charges for recording their arrests on camera, and others have been intimidated to shut their cameras off" -- A common topic on FTL (which proves that liberty ideas are ahead of the curve), but here is an update....Read more »
This story is what happens when violence responds to violence. I find this quote disturbing, "Members of so-called patriot groups don't recognize the authority of the U.S. government and consider themselves sovereign citizens."
Will those proclaiming sovereignty as individuals be seen through the a slanted media lens as inherently violent?Read more »
That's because a recently discovered cache of plants, initially pegged by officials speaking to local news as "one of the largest marijuana plant seizures in the police department's history," turned out to be a relatively common prairie flower of little significance.Read more »
Congresswoman Michele Bachmann has taken a bold stand against government over-reach: She is five days late paying her property taxes.Read more »
The actions of an eight-member SWAT team that conducted a Feb. 11 narcotics raid have been deemed appropriate in an internal review, Columbia Police Chief Ken Burton said.
Attorney Jeff Hilbrenner says his client Jonathan Whitworth is disappointed that Chief Ken Burton ruled the entry of eight SWAT members and their actions to be appropriate. Read the blog.Read more »
A 67-year-old Yuba City woman was shot and killed by officers when she pointed a shotgun at them and refused to put it down, according to Yuba City police.
Victoria Helen Roger-Vasselin was pronounced dead late Thursday at her home at 764 Mariner Loop in an affluent neighborhood on the city’s far south side.Read more »
An advertisement/propaganda video by the "Security" used as a lobbying tool for the corporation Blackwell and Briggs have been leaked to the Internet. This video is targeted at the "representatives" and is absolutely forbidden to be viewed by anyone else. However after their legal department threatend The Pirate Bay for indexing the file location( http://static.thepiratebay.org/legal/bwb_mail_resp.txt ). The video is now getting widespread attention.Read more »
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