Gentlemen and Ladies of American Law Enforcement,
There is a growing perception among many Americans that we are headed for one of those periodic moments in our history when our reactions to events will redefine who we are as a people, where we are going as a country and who gets to call the shots when we get there — what George H.W. Bush called “that vision thing.”Read more »
The El Paso city council has gone on record as condemning current US drug policies and demanding a shift to a smarter, more humane approach to drug sales and use.Read more »
An MSNBC news piece featuring medical marijuana advocate Dr. Claudia Jensen.Read more »
The owner of a bar in Turah says she's had to resort to breaking the law to keep her business afloat.Read more »
Sobriety checkpoints in California are increasingly turning into profitable operations for local police departments that are far more likely to seize cars from unlicensed motorists than catch drunken drivers.Read more »
Four women, two of them well into middle age, were discussing funeral plans for a friend when an Atlanta police officer told them to move. Three did but one asked “why.” In answer to her question, Minnie Carey, then 61, was handcuffed, put into a paddy wagon and taken to jail, where she was held for nine hours.Read more »
911 left a man to die over a three day period, despite 10 calls requesting an ambulance.Read more »
To the list of instructions you hear at airport checkpoints, add this: "Put your palms forward, please."
The Transportation Security Administration soon will begin randomly swabbing passengers' hands at checkpoints and airport gates to test them for traces of explosives.
You have to see this. If it weren't true, it might be funnier. A blatant abuse of police power... the definition of redneck taser happy local cops.
I am thinking of walking around downtown Glenwood near the police station with a sign that says "IF COPS ARE ARRESTING ME PLEASE CALL 911"
The fifteen-second ad, asserting that taxing and regulating the adult use and sale of marijuana would raise 'billions of dollars in national revenue,' was rejected out of handRead more »
Cop Shoots Protester the Bird at Red Light Camera Protest in Savannah Ga...allegedly .
We also review the LOLA's National Red Light Camera protest and see footage of different protests from around the country. We then discuss ways to combat red light cameras and run them out of your town.
Did you hear about the Camden cop whose disabled son wasn't allowed to pass through airport security unless he took off his leg braces?
Unfortunately, it's no joke. This happened to Bob Thomas, a 53-year-old officer in Camden's emergency crime suppression team, who was flying to Orlando in March with his wife, Leona, and their 4yr old son, Ryan.Read more »
A article on the Patriot and Tea Party movements. I believe that it shows the mind set of many of the people who go out and hold their flags to protest taxes. It also shows the inevitable co-opting of the movement by the established Republicans/neocons, along with a health dose of propaganda and fear mongering.Read more »
This is a close step to a cashless society. Greece has a new law going into effect Next Year which will make it illegal to conduct cash transactions over 1500 Euros. For such transactions, it's Credit/Debit cards and checks only.
This may very well be next for the USA, as we know the Powers that be seems to test their systems on other countries and implement them here.Read more »
The proposal by state Sen. Chris Buttars would chip away at Utah's $700-million shortfall. He's since offered a toned-down version: Just make senior year optional.Read more »
WASHINGTON - By smashing gold particles together at super-fast speeds, physicists have basically melted protons, creating a kind of "quark soup" of matter that is about 250,000 times hotter than the center of the sun and similar to conditions just after the birth of the universe.Read more »
A Torrance police sergeant will not be charged in an off-duty hit-and-run collision, although he admitted he fled because his "judgment was impaired by alcohol," according to prosecutors.Read more »
You have NO rights said George Carlin + the police lie all the time in court - George Carlin - It's Bad For YaRead more »
The academic at the centre of the ‘Climategate’ affair, whose raw data is crucial to the theory of climate change, has admitted that he has trouble ‘keeping track’ of the information.
Colleagues say that the reason Professor Phil Jones has refused Freedom of Information requests is that he may have actually lost the relevant papers.
Professor Jones told the BBC yesterday there was truth in the observations of colleagues that he lacked organisational skills, that his office was swamped with piles of paper and that his record keeping is ‘not as good as it should be’.
Material scientists at the Nano/Bio Interface Center of the University of Pennsylvania have demonstrated the transduction of optical radiation to electrical current in a molecular circuit. The system, an array of nano-sized molecules of gold, respond to electromagnetic waves by creating surface plasmons that induce and project electrical current across molecules, similar to that of photovoltaic solar cells.Read more »
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