After someone posted that horrible video of the Kops killing the dogs during the raid, I found this interactive map from the CATO Institute documenting other atrocities throughout the years.Read more »
3,700 signatures have been submitted to take a step at ending this insane war on drugs.Read more »
An "independent" investigation into the Lower Merion School District laptop scandal has concluded that there's no evidence that students were being spied on. This is despite the existence of 58,000 photos surreptitiously taken of students on or around their computers and e-mails between district IT people commenting on the entertainment value of the photos.Read more »
Perhaps the new airport body scanners are a bit too revealing. A TSA worker in Miami was arrested for aggravated battery after police say he attacked a colleague who’d made fun of his small genitalia after he walked through one of the new high-tech security scanners during a recent training session.Read more »
This video provides evidence of multiple crimes committed by Keene district court security officer Dehotman as well as the Keene police ignoring Dehotman's obvious criminal violence against Sam Dodson of the Obscured Truth Network.Read more »
If you want the government people to leave you alone you have to stop obeying them. This is a tough thing to do, and it's silly to just jump in the deep end of noncooperation, so saying NO to the census people is a good starter disobedience. Have your video camera or audio recorder handy, and don't be rude or mean. These people are mostly just folks looking for some work; they aren't the government's aggressors. They probably don't realize the money for their checks comes from coercion and fraud.Read more »
He recorded precinct roll calls. He recorded his precinct commander and other supervisors. He recorded street encounters. He recorded small talk and stationhouse banter. In all, he surreptitiously collected hundreds of hours of cops talking about their jobs.Read more »
New York City has the dubious distinction as the marijuana arrest capital of the world. The mayor's office doesn't seem to want to allow attention drawn to it.Read more »
Phoenix Suns owner Robert Sarver, a harsh critic of a new Arizona immigration law, will have his team wear the Latino-supporting version of its jersey in the NBA playoffs.Read more »
The whole justification for police to get tasers in the first place was to subdue potentially violent suspects -- but it's gone way, way, past that.Read more »
A Round Lake Park woman was held in contempt and jailed because a judge found a message on her T-shirt offensive.Read more »
A group of kids spent 18 months building a tree house in a local park, but officials are tearing it down due to "privacy concerns."Read more »
In general, people in the sports world keep their political leanings to themselves. Sure, there are a few guys who regularly speak out on political issues, but for the most part that's considered bad business. As Michael Jordan put it, "Republicans buy shoes too." That's why what the Phoenix Suns are doing is so amazing.
The team will be wearing its "Los Suns" jerseys for Wednesday night's Game 2 against the San Antonio Spurs "to honor [the] Latino community and the diversity of our league, the state of Arizona, and our nation." Awesome...Read more »
Three Baltimore city police officers have been indicted on more than a dozen charges connected to the kidnapping of two 15-year-old boys.Read more »
Police raided a man's home in February and shot his dog(s) with his children present. If you love dogs, this video will make you very angry.Read more »
Years later, evidence shows Military using illegally obtained evidence in it;s Guantanamo detainees.Read more »
A grim report circulating in the Kremlin today written by Russia’s Northern Fleet is reporting that the United States has ordered a complete media blackout over North Korea’s torpedoing of the giant Deepwater Horizon oil platformRead more »
As California's public schools have increasingly poured attention and resources into the state's struggling students, high academic learners - the so-called gifted students - have been getting the short shrift, a policy decision that some worry could leave the United States at a competitive disadvantage.Read more »
TACOMA, Wash. -- Pierce County has identified more than 3,200 illegal garages and other structures under a controversial program that uses aerial photographs to spot buildings constructed without a permit.Read more »
IT'S the five-letter word our state's police should get used to being called.Read more »
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