Nearly one in three Americans failed to return their census questionnaires by Friday’s official deadline, the Census Bureau said.Read more »
Made from the coca leaf and named after Bolivia's indigenous Colla people, the soda is the latest attempt by Bolivia to expand legal markets for coca products.Read more »
Took 11 years for the bureaucrats to figure out what to do with it, and they're still taking their time.Read more »
We already know that content providers don't care one bit about hard-fought concepts like freedom and privacy, but the joint proposals by the RIAA and MPAA to the US Intellectual Property Enforcement Coordinator really blew my brains out: monitoring software installed on people's computers, border inspections - it's all there, and then some.Read more »
A free stater gets pulled over by the Police, and audio records the event. The police says "the city is the victim"!Read more »
I know it's an old story, and I'm not sure if you've covered it before, but this should scare all of us. Basically, one community, with the highest standards of morality, can set the obscenity tone for the entire country, by the precedent set by this case. Prosecutors can now use the internet to reach across state lines and haul people into their court room to basically imprison them and steal their assets.Read more »
"A new Rasmussen Reports national telephone survey of likely voters finds Obama with 42% support and Paul with 41% of the vote."Read more »
ATLANTA – Six Democratic senators want to hit U.S. airlines with a tax if they charge passengers for their carryon bags.
The senators said Wednesday that this would keep more airlines from following Spirit Airlines' lead. The small Florida airline said last week that starting Aug. 1 it will charge its customers as much as $45 to bring a bag aboard its aircraft and put it in an overhead bin.Read more »
Police and the family of Harris, 39, have very different accounts of the moments leading up to his shooting by police inside his home in the 7700 block of Allison Road. Both agree that it began with a call for help by Harris’ wife.
“The 911 call was ‘I'm concerned for my husband. Can you send someone to help him,’” said Jason Williams, an attorney representing the family.
Harris' wife says she called 911 after fearing he may have taken too many sleeping pills.Read more »
Not happy that the Tea party movement was Co-opted and Neocons by Statists a competing Tea party was held at the same time at Armstrong College in Savannah Ga. Is this a new tread to steer the Tea Party message back on course. Check out the REAL tea Party!Read more »
After finding two groups of males the force executed all of them using silenced weapons. Unfortunately, it appears that the Special Ops team had not entered the sleeping quarters of an IED cell, but the dormitory of a private school for boys.Read more »
On September 24, 2004, 27-year-old Jonathan Magbie died while serving a 10-day sentence for marijuana possession in a Washington, D.C., jail. Magbie, a quadriplegic since a drunk driving accident at the age of 4, was a first-time offender.Read more »
For wearing handcuff keys on a necklace draped around his neck, a homeless Miami Beach man could face years in prison.Read more »
RALEIGH -- Organizers of a tea party event planned for Thursday at the state Capitol are unhappy they can't carry flags on poles because of state officials' fears that they could be used as weapons.Read more »
FBI has established "The Sovereign Citizen Movement" as domestic terrorists, exactly the way was done under Clinton 16 years ago.Read more »
Most radio stations in Somalia have stopped playing music, on the orders of Islamist Hizbul-Islam militia, who say that songs are un-Islamic.
Some people like to claim that Somalia is an example of libertarian ideals at work in the real world. They have no government, supposedly, but this sounds a helluva lot like government to me.Read more »
Richard Fine, who holds a PhD in international law and served as an anti-trust prosecutor at the Department of Justice in Washington D.C., has been in jail in the L.A. County Jail for over a year in solitary confinement. He never had a trial, there has been no conviction, nor any sentence to keep him there.Read more »
The American Lung Association has come out in full force by sending lobbyists to various state legislators to argue against the electronic cigarette.Read more »
Girl calls 911 because her Dad is having a seizure and happens to cuss before the officer picks up and then he calls her several choice names and hangs up on her. She calls back several times with the same results eventually leading to her arrest.Read more »
Arizona lawmakers on Tuesday passed one of the toughest pieces of immigration-enforcement legislation in the country, which would make it a violation of state law to be in the U.S. without proper documentation. It would also grant police the power to stop and verify the immigration status of anyone they suspect of being illegal.Read more »
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