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Cop Kills Unarmed, Non-verbal Disabled Man in Costco, Shoots His Parents Too

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Appeals Court To Cops: There's Nothing Inherently Suspicious About Running From The Police

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Stop Treating Government With Respect

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Pediatrician on How Transgender Propaganda Harms Children

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Instead of Ticketing Elderly Woman for Tall Grass, This Cop Mowed it For Her

Former Senator Murdered in Her Home After Reportedly Uncovering Gov’t Child Trafficking Ring

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Noah's Flood and Catastrophic Plate Tectonics (from Pangea to Today)

The Reliability of the Bible (Proof-Positive Provided?)

Sicko Cop Sodomizes Man on Video Over Paper License Plate—Taxpayers to Be Held Liable

Punished Regardless

A Tow Truck Driver Repossessed an NYPD Officer’s Car. Then, He Ended up in Handcuffs.


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Punished Regardless
Post Date: 2019-06-10 07:51:06 by Deckard
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Did you know that when you’re stopped for no reason at a drunk driving checkpoint – well, stopped for no reason having anything to do with something you did to suggest you might be “drunk” – your refusal to participate in self-incrimination can result in your arrest, loss of your government permission slip to travel as well as the impounding of your car? Your “cooperation” is not only appreciated – it is required. This not-much-discussed aspect of Checkpoint USA is arguably even worse than the existence of Checkpoint USA – which came into being in the ’80s, when the government decided to re-interpret the limits of its own authority ...

TYRANT COP EGO FAIL - Police Raid My Yard Sale
Post Date: 2019-06-10 07:35:01 by Deckard
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In the land of the free, you have to get a permit to sell your own stuff?

Cops Arrest Man for not Showing ID while Sitting outside Library using its Wifi
Post Date: 2019-06-04 18:57:10 by Deckard
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News Maven – by Nathan Dimoff A Denver man uploaded a video to YouTube on May 28 of an interaction he had with Denver police where he was arrested for sitting outside a library using the library’s wifi. Anthony Clark said he frequently sits outside the library with his laptop during after-hours to communicate with friends and other hip hop musicians while creating his own music. The video starts off with Corporal John Albergotti identifying himself and asking Clark for his identification. But Clark refuses, telling the officer he knows his rights. But the officer then asks Clark if he knows the state’s “stop and ID” law, insinuating that he was wrong ...

Business Owners Bring Free Speech Lawsuit Against “Mural Police”
Post Date: 2019-05-31 17:19:51 by Deckard
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Institute for Justice – by Conor Beck Last fall, August “Augie” Kersten, co-owner of the Lonesome Dove saloon in Mandan, North Dakota, decided to brighten up his building with a mural. Other businesses in town have murals, and Augie thought it would be just the thing to bring color and character to the otherwise drab and industrial area where his business faced the highway. He had no idea that, by doing so, he would be entering into a five-month bureaucratic nightmare where his own city would threaten him with court proceedings up to a thousand dollars in fines. Now, Augie, his business partner Brian Berube, and the Lonesome Dove have joined with the nonprofit law firm ...

“It’s National Security Stuff” Says AGW
Post Date: 2019-05-24 18:10:19 by Deckard
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One of the neat things about being a “law enforcer” is having the power (because you’ve got the gun) to make up laws – and then enforce them. Here we have a guy walking around in a public area, taking video of things which can be viewed from the public area. There is no law prohibiting either nor requiring permission prior to doing either thing. A “law enforcer” ought not only to be aware of this but to respect the legally protected right of the guy to walk around in public and film things visible from public areas. Instead, the AGW makes up a law – “national security stuff.” “You can’t be taking pictures of critical ...

Impeachment Should Be on the Table If Trump Bombs Iran
Post Date: 2019-05-23 07:18:53 by Deckard
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Without Congress's approval, he has no legal authority to start a war, no matter what John Bolton seems to think. Credit: Frederic Legrand – COMEO/Shutterstock We’re told that the Trump administration’s brinksmanship on Iran stems from a power grab by President Donald Trump’s undeterrable national security advisor, John Bolton. And it’s true that Bolton has never met a “preventive” war he didn’t like and that there’s every reason to suspect him of scheming to create an excuse for one. But lately it’s getting hard to distinguish President Trump from “President Bolton.” “If Iran wants to fight, that will be the ...

A Man Fights Back After His Profane Rant About a Deputy Ended in Harassment Charges
Post Date: 2019-05-23 05:49:33 by Deckard
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16 (American Civil Liberties Union) The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) filed a lawsuit on behalf of an Iowa man after he was charged with third-degree harassment over a profane Facebook rant about local law enforcement. According to the lawsuit, Jon Goldsmith of Red Oak witnessed Adams County Sheriff's Deputy Cory Dorsey stop a motorist and conduct a drug dog search on a vehicle at a festival in July 2018. No drugs were found. Goldsmith also said he saw Dorsey body-slam another man. When Goldsmith later saw the man's mugshot on Facebook, he shared the picture in a post criticizing Dorsey.Goldsmith called Dorsey out by name and accused him of being "butthurt" that ...

Impeach Trump But Only for the Right Reason
Post Date: 2019-05-22 07:38:35 by Deckard
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Notwithstanding the fact that their Special Counsel Robert Mueller, after a long detailed investigation, found no evidence that President Trump illegally conspired with Russian officials in the run-up to the 2016 presidential election, Democrats are still hell bent on impeaching Trump. The problem with their position, however, is that they want to impeach him for invalid reasons, reasons that do not amount to the “high crimes and misdemeanors” standard set forth in the Constitution. For one thing, while “conspiring” or “colluding” to establish normal and friendly relations with Russia is considered a cardinal sin by the U.S. national-security establishment and ...

Florida Man Arrested, Thrown in Jail for Truck Sticker that Had the Word ‘A**’ On It
Post Date: 2019-05-10 05:46:08 by Deckard
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Lake City, FL — Freedom of speech, in the land of the free, is not guaranteed. Despite the wording of the First Amendment, claiming that “Congress shall make no law…abridging the freedom of speech,” there are countless laws across the country designed to do exactly that. However, even when there aren’t archaic anti-speech laws on the books, police will all too often deprive people of their freedom — for practicing their freedom. A Florida man learned this the hard way when he was arrested this week for a sticker on the back of his truck. Dillon Shane Webb, 23, was pulled over this week by a Columbia County sheriff’s deputy. Webb had broken no traffic ...

Florida City Tries To Steal an Elderly Man's House Over Uncut Grass
Post Date: 2019-05-09 06:53:01 by Deckard
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Institute for Justice sues Dunedin, Fla., over the $29,000 in fines imposed without due process over Jim Ficken's unmowed lawn. (ID 97304413 © Bigtunaonline | Dreamstime.com) The city of Dunedin, Florida, wants to foreclose on a private home because the owner, Jim Ficken, owes the city over $29,000 in fines. The crime for which he is threatened with home loss? Having his lawn grass be too tall (over 10 inches) for a period of eight weeks last summer. The city fined him $500 per day of violation, with no warning.Ficken was out of town at the time, settling his mother's estate. Ficken hired a handyman to deal with his lawn while he tended to his dying mother and then to her ...

Jury to hear case against couple who say they’re aren’t subject to state’s laws
Post Date: 2019-05-07 08:53:38 by Willie Green
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SUNBURY — Two “sovereign citizens” who have been sitting in the Northumberland County Prison for seven months, refusing to be fingerprinted or sign paperwork, are headed to trial.Despite their claims that they’re not subject to any laws, A jury was selected Monday for the trial that’s slated to begin Wednesday in county court.John and Jane Doe were escorted from the courtroom of Judge Charles H. Saylor after the jury was picked because they became boisterous, claiming the court did not have jurisdiction over them. The two, identified by others as Kevin Gilgeours of Queens, N.Y., and Kathleen Claxton of Brooklyn, N.Y., are representing themselves but have been ...

Man Faces a Year in Prison for Criticizing Police
Post Date: 2019-05-06 07:58:30 by Deckard
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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Warning that the government must not be given the power to criminalize speech it deems distasteful or annoying, The Rutherford Institute has asked the U.S. Supreme Court to stop the prosecution of a Texas man who faces up to one year in jail and a $4000 fine for sending emails to police criticizing them for failing to respond to his requests for assistance. In an amicus brief filed with the Supreme Court, Rutherford Institute attorneys argue that the prosecution of Scott Ogle for sending complaints to a sheriff’s office, including one email stating that officials were “pissing” on the Constitution, violates the First Amendment’s safeguards for ...

Trump Signs Executive Order to Boost Federal Cyber Workforce
Post Date: 2019-05-03 06:27:51 by Hondo68
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Evan Vucci/AP Initiatives include cyber aptitude assessments for agency insiders and a President’s Cup cybersecurity competition. The White House launched its latest effort to bolster the government’s cybersecurity workforce.President Trump issued an executive order Thursday that introduces new initiatives and expands existing national efforts aimed to “grow and strengthen” America’s cyber workforce. The programs laid out in the order will help better standardize cross-government language around cybersecurity, incentivize engagement from academia and federal agencies, and accelerate learning to address the nation’s urgent need to fill the cyber workforce ...

Rapper Charged With Terrorism for Lyrics Criticizing Police; Supreme Court Fails to Protect Controversial Artistic/Political Expression
Post Date: 2019-04-29 20:55:29 by Hondo68
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Documents The Rutherford Institute's amicus brief in Knox v. Pennsylvania WASHINGTON, D.C. — Individuals who engage in controversial and unpopular political or artistic expression, by criticizing the police for example, can be labeled terrorists and subject to prosecution and suppression by the government as a result of the U.S. Supreme Court’s decision to let stand a lower court ruling in Knox v. Pennsylvania. By refusing to hear the case of rapper Jamal Knox (a.k.a. “Mayhem Mal”), who was charged with making terroristic threats after posting a song critical of police on Facebook and YouTube, the U.S. Supreme Court has approved the government’s expansion ...

Assange Dumps All Wikileaks Files As Stated During Arrest – Here They Are!
Post Date: 2019-04-17 08:46:12 by Deckard
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This is absolutely incredible and for those who actually do investigative journalism, this is going to be source material for possibly years to come.  As co-founder of Wikileaks Julian Assange was arrested and dragged from the Ecuadorian embassy in London, he stated the files would be dumped, and unlike the state controlled media, you could bank on him following through with what he said.  Click here to view the massive document dump from Wikileaks. Assange had made it known this was coming as a result of his arrest.  Now, once again, he’s made good on his word in the face of the US government’s threats to criminalize him for something that other press and ...

High School Suspends 2 Students for Posting Gun Range Photos on Snapchat, ACLU Files Suit
Post Date: 2019-04-12 06:51:34 by Deckard
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"Sharing our completely legal weekend activities on Snapchat should not result three days of in-school suspensions," Cody Conroy told Reason.Two male students at Lacey Township High School in New Jersey posted photos of guns on Snapchat. One of the boys captioned his photo with "hot stuff" and "if there's ever a zombie apocalypse, you know where to go." The photos were not taken at school. They were not taken during school hours. They did not reference a school. They auto-deleted after 24 hours, which was well before the school became aware of them. And yet, administrators at Lacey Township High School suspended the boys for three days, and also gave them ...

State Passes Bill To Seize Guns Based on Entirely ‘Unchallenged’ Accusations, With NO Due Process
Post Date: 2019-04-04 06:10:42 by Deckard
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In February of 2018, after the tragic shooting in Parkland, FL, President Donald Trump took to national television to betray his oath to the Constitution and his supporters and famously said, “take the guns first, go through due process second.” While this was largely ignored by his base and downplayed in the media, since then—that’s exactly what’s been happening. As politicians and anti-gun rights activists continuously chant, “we don’t want to take your guns,” behind the scenes — in only the year — politicians have been working overtime to limit your right to bear arms. In just the first six months after the shooting in Parkland and the ...

Donald Trump's Bump Stock Ban Turns Peaceful Gun Owners Into Felons by Fiat
Post Date: 2019-03-29 06:33:20 by Deckard
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The ban, which took effect this week, usurps congressional authority by rewriting an inconvenient law.As of midnight on Tuesday, owners of "bump-stock-type devices" became felons, subject to a maximum penalty of 10 years in federal prison and a $250,000 fine. That's a pretty nasty surprise for anyone who bought these products, which were repeatedly declared legal by the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms, and Explosives (ATF) during the Bush and Obama administrations. It is especially unsettling because the law has not changed since the agency made that determination. What happened instead is that the ATF, under orders from Donald Trump, reinterpreted the law to reach a ...

Can the President Legally Break the Law?
Post Date: 2019-03-21 05:56:16 by Deckard
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“When the president does it, that means that it is not illegal.” — Richard M. Nixon (1913-94) Legal scholars have been fascinated for two centuries about whether an American president can break the law and remain immune from prosecution. During the Civil War, Abraham Lincoln ordered troops to arrest, without warrant, and incarcerate, without due process, many peaceful, law-abiding journalists and newspaper editors — and even a member of Congress — in the Northern states. Wasn’t that kidnapping? During World War I, Woodrow Wilson ordered federal agents to arrest people who sang German beer hall songs or read aloud from the Declaration of Independence in public. ...

Hillsborough sues to declare Flintstone House a ‘public nuisance’
Post Date: 2019-03-18 05:48:03 by Deckard
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Calling it a “highly visible eyesore” and “out of keeping with community standards,” Hillsborough planning and building officials are asking a judge to officially declare the iconic Flintstone House a “public nuisance,” and they want a recently-erected metal menagerie of prehistoric animals, along with other features, removed. Media mogul Florence Fang purchased the property in 2017 and quickly got to work remaking the backyard with a herd of 15-foot dinosaurs, plus a giraffe, mastadon, and brightly-colored mushrooms. Drawing effusive fans and vitriolic haters far and wide, the 1976 home was the brainchild of architect William Nicholson, who designed the ...

Party Guests Suing Over Mass Arrest for Less Than An Ounce of Marijuana
Post Date: 2019-03-13 10:23:12 by Deckard
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On Dec. 31, 2017, Nija Guider finished her waitressing shift and headed to a friend’s 21st birthday party in Cartersville, Georgia. She had been at the party for less than an hour when, suddenly, the police arrived. Without a warrant or permission, they entered the house and detained everyone inside. Guider and more than 60 other guests’ wrists were zip-tied. “Boom, we were all going to jail,” Guider, then 21, recalled. Each guest was charged with possessing less than an ounce of marijuana that had been found in the home. Some spent days in jail, held under harsh conditions, Guider and other party guests allege. The district attorney’s office would eventually drop ...

Bipartisan Attacks on the Second Amendment
Post Date: 2019-03-12 08:12:32 by Deckard
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The House of Representatives recently passed legislation that would expand the national background check system to require almost everyone selling firearms, including private collectors who supplement their incomes by selling firearms at gun shows, to perform background checks on the potential buyers. The bill has a section purporting to bar creation of a national firearms registry. However, the expanded background check system will require the government to compile lists of those buying and selling guns. In other words, it creates a de facto national gun registry.Similar to the experience with other types of prohibition, making it more difficult to legally buy a gun will enhance the ...

Rutherford Institute Defends Rappers Charged With Terrorism for Sharing Song Critical of Police on Facebook and YouTube
Post Date: 2019-03-12 08:00:42 by Deckard
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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Weighing in on a First Amendment case that could have significant ramifications for online communications and controversial art forms, The Rutherford Institute has come to the defense of a rap artist who was charged with making terrorist threats after posting a rap song critical of police on Facebook and YouTube. Police had been actively monitoring rapper Jamal Knox’s (a.k.a. “Mayhem Mal”) social media presence when they discovered the song titled “F**k the Police” and charged Knox and his rap partner with multiple counts of terroristic threats and witness intimidation. The Rutherford Institute’s amicus brief in Knox v. Pennsylvania, ...

Consent – or Else
Post Date: 2019-03-11 05:27:50 by Deckard
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  If a man walks up to a woman and places his hands on her body without her permission – her consent –  it is considered at least an affront. If he continues, after she has made it very clear his advances are not welcome, it is considered – rightly and in law  – sexual assault and that man is subject to arrest and criminal prosecution.Consent is also demanded – in law – when it comes to most contracts. You cannot legally be bound by a contract you never signed, nor by one which you were forced to sign – because duress obviates consent. But the government tells us we must “consent” – or else. Also that our ...

Lindsey Graham: Democrats, GOP Can ‘Come Together’ for Gun Confiscation Law
Post Date: 2019-03-09 22:39:57 by Deckard
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Breitbart – by AWR Hawkins Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Lindsey Graham (R-SC) says firearm confiscation laws portend a way that Democrats and Republicans can “come together.” CNN reported that Graham has long supported red flag laws, which allow a court to issue firearm confiscation orders for individuals deemed a threat to themselves or others.   House Democrats have already passed legislation during this Congress to criminalize private gun sales and extend the instant background check for firearm purchases. They are now pressing for $50 million in annual funding to bring academia into the gun control push. The Democrats have also been ...

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