According to NBC news, some States are declaring the filming of cruelty towards animals a crime or even terrorism.Read more »
New Indiana law gives citizens the right to defend themselves with reasonable force if they reasonably believe a public goon is acting unlawfully and aggressing against themselves, someone else, or their property. More states need to enact laws like this.Read more »
A Louisiana church was ordered to stop giving away free water along Mardi Gras parade routes because they did not have the proper permits.
“We were given a cease and desist order,” said Matt Tipton, pastor of Hope Church in Metairie, LA. “We had no idea we were breaking the law.”
If you are a believer in what is called a Democracy, your opinion is about to change. You see it’s quite simple. When it applies to the people in the private sector, no one believes in Democracy, which is defined as majority rule. It will be difficult to find anyone who would consider it to be an appropriate exercise of Democracy for 55% of the people to believe the remaining 45% of the population should be put to death and...Read more »
" Another fallacy in the idea of using more police to stop crime involves the problem of recognition. Criminals do not wear sweat-shirts with “Bad Guy” printed on them to enable policemen to single them out. One way police try to find robbers and murderers is to stop and question ordinary people who have done nothing wrong. Increasing the number of policemen therefore means an increase in the number of innocent people who will be harassed and intimidated by officers."Read more »
WOW! WTF? This is unbelievable almost to the point of urban legends. A 35 year old man gets life in prison for pot. The first comment on the article is unbelievable also.Read more »
he Obama administration proposed new rules Friday that would effectively require passenger cars to be equipped with video cameras and in-vehicle displays to eliminate driver blind spots behind the vehicle.
The rule would be phased in starting in 2012 and would apply to all cars manufactured after Sept. 1, 2004.
Rearview video is the most expensive single technology in vehicles, regulators said, and they estimated that equipping all new cars in a given year could cost between $1.9 billion and $2.7 billion.Read more »
U.S. soldiers in Iraq who try to read about the Wikileaks disclosures or read coverage of them in mainstream news sites on unclassified networks get a page warning them that they're about to break the law.Read more »
Hailey police officers won't be trying to bust anyone for smoking marijuana in the privacy of their own home from now on—not since the City Council adopted three weeks ago a lowest-police-priority ordinance with regard to misdemeanor marijuana offenses.Read more »
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