Christopher J. Micklovich, 32, said he suffered two broken eye sockets and a broken nose during an incident outside Strange Brew, 88 Market St., that resulted in his arrest on charges of simple assault, disorderly conduct, resisting arrest and criminal mischief.
President Barack Obama has an unexpected foreign policy problem – in
the Western United States. The Lakota Sioux nation has seceded from the
United States, according to a story on the anti-American website La Voz de Aztlan.
“We are no longer citizens of the United States of America and all
those who live in the five-state area that encompasses our country are
free to join us,” long-time Native American radical leader Russell Means said. The move potentially impacts the states of Nebraska, South Dakota, North Dakota, Montana and Wyoming.
About 100 video cameras were handed out to volunteers who committed to record all police encounters they come across.
Peaceful Streets Project organizer Antonio Buehler said he hopes the project and summit will help a culture shift.
"One where the people don't have to live afraid of the police and they don't have to be afraid to stand up for their rights. One where bad cops get run out of their organizations by the good cops, and one where the chain of command and internal affairs and the system doesn't cover up the crimes of these criminal cops," Buehler said.
Republicans enthused by Montana Gov. Brian Schweitzer's recent tough talk on wolves are getting closer to using an ancient "nullification" doctrine to disregard the federal law protecting endangered and threatened species — a plan the governor quickly dismissed as "off base."
A town in Montana is on the verge of passing an anti-smut law so vague that it may make watching Cinemax illegal. The bureaucrats were so lazy when writing this law that they plagiarized it word for word from another town. The proposed law contains references to city code that only exists in the other towns' books.
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) does not endorse spanking for any reason, citing its lack of long-term effectiveness as a behavior-changing tactic. Instead the AAP supports strategies such as time-outs when children misbehave, which focus on getting kids to reflect on their behavior and the consequences of their actions.