Police officer tells one story on the police report -- after roughing up a motorist he'd pulled over, knocking him to the ground -- and the dashboard video tells the opposite story.Read more »
From the CNN homepage: This CNN opinion piece points out the inherent problems with schools.
"We can't just improve [schools]," he said. "We have to radically transform them."
Photographers have been arrested, had camera equipment seized, and seen memory cards deleted by police officers. Is it harassment or protecting public safety?Read more »
Government services will be cut at every level. Potholes will deepen, infra-structure problems will worsen, pension plans will become insolvent, school systems will declare bankruptcy, police and fire protection will be reduced, etc. etc. You will be "nickled and dimed" in terms of new fees and taxes. Public unions will strike, providing further disruption. But when there are no funds, there is nothing to gain.Read more »
Police have mistakenly raided their home -----50 TIMES---- looking for crooks. Walter and Rose Martin said the NYPD have always been respectful and never crashed in, but...."I am fearful that if a no-knock warrant is issued with my address that my husband or I will end up having a heart attack," she wrote.Read more »
Allegedly “disgruntled” man has his guns seized, and “voluntarily” surrenders to two SWAT teams and dozens of police officers for a crime that hadn’t been committed.Read more »
A Walmart employee with sinus cancer and an inoperable brain tumor who was fired for using medical marijuana will not be rehired, even though the company says it is "sympathetic" to his condition. Joseph Casias, 29, was fired in November from a Walmart store after marijuana was detected in a routine drug screening that he underwent after he sprained his knee at work.Read more »
An advertising campaign for tampons is rejected by US television networks for daring to include the word vaginaRead more »
Revealed: Ashcroft, Tenet, Rumsfeld warned 9/11 Commission about ‘line’ it ’should not cross’ - Senior Bush administration officials sternly cautioned the 9/11 Commission against probing too deeply into the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001, according to a document recently obtained by the ACLU.Read more »
I hate to break the news but it must be said ‘capitalism is dead’. NY State Assemblywoman, Barbara Lifton, tells us “The recession proved capitalism failed’.Read more »
This item appeared on the top of MSN.COM and bnreaks down exactly where food subsidies go and how it might affect the national diet.Read more »
DERBY LINE, Vt. --
A recent increase in border patrol along side streets dividing Derby Line, Vt., and Stanstead, Canada, are causing confusion and animosity between locals and border patrol agents.
For Brian McGacken of Farmingdale, New Jersey, an evening of loud sex resulted in a 10-year prison sentence for growing marijuana.
On Feb. 17, 2007, New Jersey state troopers arrived at McGacken's home, responding to an anonymous 911 call complaining of screams coming from McGacken's home. McGacken explained the noise was a bout of loud sex; his girlfriend appeared at the front door and corroborated his claimRead more »
Parents who asked son's abuser for cash instead of getting the authorities involved were criticized.Read more »
The IRS is wasting money chasing money we shouldn't be paying anyway!Read more »
When police show up to the home of a 28 year old Air Force Sergent to arrest her partner, they spot an Iowa marriage license, and then out her as a lesbian to her superiors.Read more »
The bill approved Monday is intended to encourage the use of silver as a form of currency and reinvigorate Idaho's silver mining industry, which has been in decline for decades.Read more »
PERHAPS the only thing more surprising than President Obama’s decision to give an interview for “America’s Most Wanted” last weekend was his apparent agreement with the program’s host, John Walsh, that there should be a national DNA database with profiles of every person arrested, whether convicted or not. Many Americans feel that this proposal flies in the face of our “innocent until proven guilty” ethos, and given that African-Americans are far more likely to be arrested than whites, critics refer to such genetic collection as creating “Jim Crow’s database.”Read more »
In 2009 People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) put a few more notches on its belt—2,301, to be exact. That’s how many cats and dogs met their demise at the hands of this radical animal rights group last year, according to PETA’s own “Animal Record” filings with the Virginia Department of Agriculture and Consumer Services.Read more »
The right to bear arms as defined in the Second Amendment does not apply to the states, so Massachusetts can regulate who can have firearms and how those weapons are to be stored, the state's high court ruled Wednesday.Read more »
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