My new favorite adult film actress just saved one of her customers from the state, and their lying, &/or incompetent, "expert" witnesses.Read more »
The incident Tuesday was the latest flare-up in an increasingly tense dispute between the Boston Police Department and the Massachusetts Department of Transportation over the use of civilian flaggers at city construction sites overseen by the state.
State officials say they want to use civilian flaggers, allowed under a new state law, to save money; police in Boston and elsewhere, who can earn huge amounts of money working at construction sites, have argued that public safety is better served by having officers, rather than civilians, working the jobs.Read more »
Double-standard bureaucrats don't want parents to take their kids out of school for Annual take sons and daughters to school.Read more »
That got him another ticket for disorderly conduct. And now it has made him $4,000 richer.
City prosecutors dropped the disorderly conduct ticket and Olathe last week agreed its insurance company would pay $4,000 to Schaper and $1,000 to his lawyers, the American Civil Liberties Union of Kansas and Western Missouri....Read more »
The first sign of trouble came was about midway through the argument, when Chief Justice John Roberts asked what the difference was 'between email and a pager?Read more »
Images of 4/20 celebrations from across the world, including Concord! Scroll down to see Rich "Hall"!Read more »
Progressive4Freedom is a fake radio show I modeled after FTL with a liberal twist. I hope you guys enjoy. FWI this is a joke me and my fake co-host are not liberals.Read more »
In case you have forgotten the double standard by which law is applied in North America, here's a reminder. The elites of society (e.g. law enforcement agents) are held to a far lower standard than the average person; cops routinely get "a pass" or a slap on the wrist on criminal activities for which non-elites serve hard, long time.Read more »
Earlier this year, New York City Mayor and prominent food nag Michael Bloomberg announced a "voluntary" effort to reduce the salt content in restaurants and processed foods by 25%. Later, a New York State Senator proposed a ban on the use of any salt in restaurant kitchens. Now, the Washington Post reports:
The Food and Drug Administration is planning an unprecedented effort to gradually reduce the salt consumed each day by Americans,Read more »
In Auburn, New York, the city is threatening to invoke eminent domain to seize private property for a private hotel conference center, saying the public good outweighs the private property rights of some citizens.Read more »
Hey Google is actually giving stats on how many requests they get from governments to supress or delete url from the search engine. Unfortunately no stats on China...Read more »
Park Police, Secret Service give contradictory accounts of why Lafayette Park was ''closed'' during protest by present and former service members who chained themselves to a fence near a White House fence.Read more »
Today, NCLR launched a national media campaign to bring visibility to a tragic new case where Sonoma County, California officials separated an elderly gay couple and sold their worldly possessions despite the measures the men had taken to protect their relationship.Read more »
Thousands fill the University of Colorado campus for the worlds largest smoke out. This is civil disobedience on a grand scale.Read more »
Baltimore has now taken away my rights to spit on the ground. Unless you want to pay $200 :)Read more »
Sheriff Joe Arpaio and officers arrest a man for having a seizure, deny him medical attention for 90 minutes; Man dies.Read more »
Anyone possessing the power of sight and a rudimentary understanding of right and wrong can see that Patrick Pogan, the cop videotaped knocking a bike rider down for no reason, is an asshole. Not his fault, say his asshole defenders.Read more »
"Off leash rule sparks dispute between dog owner, officer" Video from 9NEWS Denver 04/19/10"
A man walks away from a ticket. The officer doesn't like this, and follows him home.Read more »
A 13-year-old girl was suspended from school after she was accused of threatening her teacher. Her family says it's a misunderstanding under a zero tolerance policy.
Bleyl Middle School student Taylor Trostle and her parents say it's a classroom game that got her kicked out of school, and now has her labeled as a "terrorist."
The Food and Drug Administration is planning an unprecedented effort to gradually reduce the salt consumed each day by Americans, saying that less sodium in everything from soup to nuts would prevent thousands of deaths from hypertension and heart disease.Read more »
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