The Davey family's £815-a-week state handouts pay for a four-bedroom home, top-of-the-range mod cons and two vehicles including a Mercedes people carrier.
Father-of-seven Peter gave up work because he could make more living on benefits.
Yet he and his wife Claire are still not happy with their lot.
With an eighth child on the way, they are demanding a bigger house, courtesy of the taxpayer
Library of Congress is archiving for posterity every public tweet made since the service went live back in 2006. Every. Single. Tweet.Read more »
Your cellphone can already tell you where to find the nearest Starbucks or the most convenient subway station. But it might soon be smart enough to alert you to a toxic threat during your morning commute or coffee break, thanks to a new plan from the Department of Homeland Security.Read more »
"If these videos shock and revolt you, they show the reality of what war is like."
These are the words of Josh Stieber, a member of IVAW who served with Bravo Company 2-16, the Company whose members were involved in the incident captured in Wikileaks' "Collateral Murder" video.Read more »
Toyota, which employs over 35,000 workers in the United States with factories in eight states, is the target of a government-led and union-supported attack due to recent recalls.
In the U.S., it is estimated that 15,000 Lexus HS250h and 133,000 Prius models will be recalled due to gas pedal issues, with another 500,000 Prius and other gasoline-electric hybrids needing anti-brake software modification. As unfortunate and inconvenient as recalls can be, this not the first, or last time an automobile will need to be brought back to the shop for a quick fix.
State regulators today demanded that health insurers submit revised April 1 premium rates for tens of thousands of individuals and small businesses by 3 p.m. Thursday or face stiff fines.
The fines could run to as much as $5,000 a day per carrier, plus $1,000 for each consumer who is unable to buy coverage, according to a letter sent by Insurance Commissioner Joseph G. Murphy this afternoon to Massachusetts insurers.Read more »
In what’s being touted as the "nighttime shutdown," the Ministry of Culture, Sports and Tourism hopes the new measures they have implemented will help eradicate video game addiction among teenagers.Read more »
After 16 months of promoting the “KopBusters” reality show, former Texas narcotics officer Barry Cooper is closing up shop out of fear that the next police retaliation may be much more severe.Read more »
I was in New Hampshire's Sullivan County district court today to respond to a traffic arrest from February. I was not told, and did not know exactly what kind of proceeding I was involved with.
Rather than give the whole shebang away, I thought I'd relay these two salient observations:
1) I was the only person ( out of about 15 or so ) to plead "Not Guilty."
2) My fees & fines ( for not having my papers in order ) are higher than driving 99 mph in a 65 zone.
If you're interested, I'll try to call in.Read more »
A northern Indiana man whose wife committed suicide three days after Internal Revenue Service agents raided their home is suing the U.S. government for wrongful death. Denise Simon and her 10-year-old daughter were the only ones home when about 10 armed IRS agents raided their residence on Nov. 6, 2007.Read more »
For the first time in history, an American president has officially ordered the assassination of a US citizen. President Barack Obama has approved the “targeted killing” of Anwar al-Awlaki, a US-born Muslim cleric who is reported to be in hiding in Yemen.Read more »
Just last week the NY Times was reporting that, yes, there will be rationing of health-care, thanks to the Federal Government. In fact, the NY Times says that this is a good thing. (Huh?!) So let the medical rationing begin!
Mon evening it is being reported that 60 hospitals have been cancelled due to the Federal State taking greater control over the health market.Read more »
There is a new liberty oriented website which allows people to rate alternative media sites and products advertised in the freedom movement community. Freetalklive is there, so let's Rate them!Read more »
I made this viral video to create awareness as part of an "I surrender" campaign about the wrongs of naked-body scanning currently in airports. It has been submitted to the infowars.com naked-body scanning protest competition.Read more »
The Prince George's County prosecutors have dropped charges against two University of Maryland students they claimed struck mounted Park Police officers and their horses after a basketball game in March. A video shot by another student, meanwhile, shows police beating one of those students without apparent provocation.Read more »
Juan Garcia's neighbor says he's a hero for going into her burning house in Farmers Branch to save her husband. But instead of a hero's award, Garcia said, what he got from the Farmers Branch police was an arrest on charges of public intoxication and assault, for touching a police officer.Read more »
Enrty for InfoWars.com Naked Body Scanner Protest Contest. If you pay attention you'll notice that a city employee tells her "his boss is calling the cops" The Police claim it was an "Offended Citizen" so the no longer has the right to protest topless in a city where it is legal to be topless. Thanks APD, you just made the video that much better.Read more »
Federal authorities filed the civil rights charge after a Jackson County judge placed Burgess on probation. Burgess had pleaded guilty in Jackson County Circuit Court to charges of statutory sodomy and sexual assault for his actions during the July 2007 incident.Read more »
Several months ago, as a way to prevent the use of cellular phones in criminal activities, the government of Mexico started a program to require all phone owners to register cell phones in their own names. The registry associates each phone with the listed owner's Clave Unica de Registro de Poblacion (CURP) [CURP, in English], which is supposed to be a unique ID for every Mexican citizen.Read more »
Its rare for one of these douchebags to admit that they have a monopoly on violence.Read more »
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