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Cops Knock Man Off Bicycle, Then Make Up Charges and Arrest Him to Justify It

Calexit gets go-ahead to start collecting signatures

Uranus Smells Like Rotten Eggs


Total Control: New Measures Toward Global Totalitarianism

Civic Anarchism and Statism: I Believe in the State

'A Man Without Courage': Dershowitz Slams Comey for Leaking Trump Memos

Comey, the memos and the question of what’s classified

The 10 Highest BACs Ever Recorded (You are supposed to be dead at 0.4)

Woman fined $500 for saving free Delta Air Lines apple

Under attack, the FBI becomes a partisan battleground

Dad, Why Do I Have To Go To School?

Michigan town’s feud over military gear gets ugly

Democrats are getting desperate as Mueller stalls

Entire County Refuses to Obey New Gun Control Law, Declares Itself Gun Owner Sanctuary

Body Cam Shows Cops Never Got Out of Car to Look for Trapped Boy as He Died Right By Them

Penn State's 98-Year-Old Outing Club Is No Longer Allowed to Go Outside

14 Years Ago, Pat Tillman Was Killed and Gov’t Covered Up the Truth to His Death to Sell War

Strange Sounds in the Sky 2018

Strange Sounbds in the Sky 2018

Why I Won't Read James Comey's Book

The Sequel on The Conservative Cave on 22 Apr 2018

Hundreds of Muslims from Bangladesh breaching US border at Laredo, Texas

Revealed: Robert Mueller's FBI Repeatedly Abused Prosecutorial Discretion

A Pelosi joke

Mitt Romney fails to secure Utah GOP nomination, will face primary

Giuliani Looks To Swiftly End Mueller's Investigation

Man makes pipe-guns from scrap, sells them to gun “buyback” program for $300

Rocket Man no more: North Korea suspending nuclear and ICBM testing

Meanwhile in Sweden: Shootings And Grenade Attacks Are So Common, the Media Doesn’t Bother to Report Them Anymore (VIDEO)

Interview With Boy In ‘Chemical Attack’ Video: ‘We Didn’t See Any Chemical Attack Symptoms’

The Comey Memos Read Like The Diary Entries Of A Young Teenager

The Democratic (Democrat-Communist) Party filed a lawsuit alleging a conspiracy by Russian officials, the Trump campaign and Wikileaks to damage the Clinton campaign

Brooklyn postal worker arrested after 17,000 pieces of undelivered mail found

Facebook Suspends (Black) Conservative Comedian For Posting Abusive Messages Sent To Him

Bitter lessons 25 years after Waco, Texas, siege

Woman Calls Police Over Man Wearing Pro-Gun T-Shirt At Park

On This Day in 1914, US Military Slaughtered Kids in Colorado and JD Rockefeller Had Media Cover It Up

The Democrats’ circumstantial case against the president who beat them

DNC files suit alleging Russia, the Trump campaign, and WikiLeaks conspired to disrupt the 2016 election

The Oklahoma City Bombing - Were there additional explosive charges and additional bombers?

23 Years Later: The Oklahoma City Bombing Story You Were Never Told About

In Louisiana, Threatening to File a Complaint Against Police Can Lead to a Five-Year Prison Sentence

This Is The Problem: Out of Top 100 News Outlets, Not a Single One Questioned Syrian Attack

Child ‘Victim’ of Alleged Syrian Gas Attack Speaks Out, Says He Was Given Food to Make the Video

Police Go Undercover for Months, Spend Thousands to Bust FSU Quarterback with Tiny Bit of Weed

Flashback: Vice President Joe Biden: No improper motive by feds at Waco, the Davidians “committed suicide”

US Intel Officials Just Admitted U.S. Bombed Syria with No Proof of Sarin Attack

If you like eating dogs, prepare for a ban

Men arrested at Starbucks were there for business meeting hoping to change 'our lives’

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It’s Time For The United States To Divorce Before Things Get Dangerous
Post Date: 2018-04-10 13:25:40 by Liberator
This idea of breaking up the country may seem a bit outlandish now, but you won’t think so once real domestic unrest comes to your town. “When in the course of human events it becomes necessary for one people to dissolve the political bands which have connected them with another…” — The Declaration of Independence, July 4, 1776 Divorce is hard, but it’s easier than cutting the brake lines on your wife’s car. It is long past time for an amicable divorce of the United States of America. There is simply no common ground with the Left anymore. We are now the couple screaming at each other all night, every night as the kids hide in their room. We cannot come ...

Repealing the Second Amendment Is Easier than You Think
Post Date: 2018-03-29 06:14:36 by Deckard
03/27/2018Ryan McMakenIn Tuesday's New York Times, former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens calls for a repeal of the Second Amendment, calling it a "relic of the 18th century." In response, many commentators have focused on what would be involved in repealing the amendment, noting that the formal amendment process is very costly and difficult. Amending the Constitution requires securing two-thirds majorities in both the House and the Senate — and then three-fourths of the states would have to ratify the amendment.We Don't Amend the Constitution the Old-Fashioned Way AnymoreIt's true that amending the constitution the old-fashioned way is not ...

Treason and Sedition Alert: Repeal the Second Amendment
Post Date: 2018-03-27 11:16:48 by Deckard
Rarely in my lifetime have I seen the type of civic engagement schoolchildren and their supporters demonstrated in Washington and other major cities throughout the country this past Saturday. These demonstrations demand our respect. They reveal the broad public support for legislation to minimize the risk of mass killings of schoolchildren and others in our society. That support is a clear sign to lawmakers to enact legislation prohibiting civilian ownership of semiautomatic weapons, increasing the minimum age to buy a gun from 18 to 21 years old, and establishing more comprehensive background checks on all purchasers of firearms. But the demonstrators should seek more effective and ...

Suozzi Suggests Using the ‘Second Amendment’ on Trump
Post Date: 2018-03-19 18:55:45 by hondo68
Democratic rep’s campaign forwarded a quote from Thomas Jefferson to ‘take arms’ against rulersRep. Tom Suozzi, D-N.Y., suggested people could take up arms against President Donald Trump. (Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call file photo) Democratic Rep. Tom Suozzi suggested at a town hall that President Donald Trump’s opponents could take up arms against the president.The New York Democrat was speaking at an event in Huntington, New York, last week and said it was important to put pressure on the president, in a video obtained by the New York Post.“This is where the Second Amendment comes in, quite frankly,” Suozzi said. “Because you know, what if the ...

President Trump and the Freedom of Speech
Post Date: 2018-03-15 09:15:24 by Deckard
When James Madison drafted the First Amendment — “Congress shall make no law … abridging the freedom of speech” — he made sure to use the article “the” in front of the word “freedom.” What seemed normal to him and superfluous to moderns was actually a profound signal that has resonated for 227 years. The signal was that because the freedom of speech existed before the government that was formed to protect it came into existence, it does not have its origins in government. The freedom of speech has its origins in our humanity. It is a natural right. It exists in the absence of government. By the exercise of normal human reasoning, all rational ...

Trump pushing gun reform proposals that include age limit increase on purchases
Post Date: 2018-03-12 18:27:48 by hondo68
White House deputy press secretary Raj Shah speaks during the daily press briefing at the White House on Feb. 22, 2018. (Evan Vucci/AP) President Trump's plan to combat school shootings will include a push to put armed staff in schools and raise the minimum age to buy certain guns — but appears to fall short of including universal background checks for gun buyers. “There’s going to be a series of proposals,” deputy White House press secretary Raj Shah said Sunday on ABC’s “This Week.” The plan will include policies Trump has pushed for since the school shooting that killed 17 people in Parkland, Fla., including arming teachers and raising the age ...

Post Date: 2018-03-08 12:07:48 by Liberator
Gov Ronald Reagan ~ "If it takes a bloodbath, let’s get it over with. No more appeasement.” The same Commie-Dem freaks and anarchists back in 1969 at Berkeley are the one and same Jerry Brown-Democrat backed Antifa rebellion. 50 years later, guess who's running San Francisco, Berkeley and the State of CA? It's merely their spawn. Poster Comment:Trump has to bust a serious move before it's too late. He, his governance and courage are being challenged to a dangerous a game of "Chicken" or "I-DARE-YA!" This current insurrection and defiance of the US Constitution by the outlaw CA State Governor and Oakland Mayor must be addressed a lot more ...

misterwhite outs himself again, claims States can infringe...
Post Date: 2018-03-03 17:38:01 by tpaine
misterwhite: ---- Keep in mind, the entire Bill of Rights was written to impose limits only on the federal government. The second amendment was written to protect State Militias from federal infringement by protecting the rights of Militia members (the people) to keep and bear the arms of a Militia. But who were "the people" referenced in the second amendment? Not everyone. At the time the second amendment was written, "the people" didn't include women, slaves, blacks, non-citizens, children, or those who didn't own land. "The people" were those with something to lose -- white, adult, male landowners. That's also a description of a Militia ...

Supreme Court curbs rights of immigrants awaiting deportation
Post Date: 2018-02-28 11:03:47 by Tooconservative
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. Supreme Court on Tuesday curbed the ability of immigrants held in long-term detention during deportation proceedings to argue for their release in a ruling in sync with President Donald Trump’s get-tough approach toward immigration. The court’s conservative justices carried the day in the 5-3 decision that overturned a lower court’s ruling that required that immigrants held by the U.S. government awaiting the outcome of deportation proceedings get a bond hearing after six months of detention to seek their release. The ruling could lead to indefinite detentions of certain classes of immigrants, including some with legal status who the ...

Idaho Passes Strongest Anti-NDAA Bill in America Out of Committee
Post Date: 2018-02-26 21:00:34 by hondo68
Thanks to the work of the Panda Idaho, an Idaho house committee passed the Restoring Constitutional Governance Act, H473, by a vote of 11-2 on February 20, 2018. This legislation, drafted by the Patriot Coalition, is the strongest in the nation as it explicitly prohibits the laws of war from being used on non-soldiers in Idaho, and Idaho citizens anywhere, and will punish any person, including Federal or international agents, who attempts to utilize those powers. A Quick Refresher On The NDAA Introduced by State Rep. Bryan Zollinger, H473 would ban the state of Idaho from enforcing sections 1021 and 1022 of the 2012 National Defense Authorization Act. These sections purport to give ...

Assault Weapons Not Protected by Second Amendment, Federal Appeals Court Rules
Post Date: 2018-02-26 10:21:11 by Deckard
ANNAPOLIS, Md. — Maryland's ban on 45 kinds of assault weapons and its 10-round limit on gun magazines were upheld Tuesday by a federal appeals court in a decision that met with a strongly worded dissent. In a 10-4 ruling, the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Richmond, Virginia, said the guns banned under Maryland's law aren't protected by the Second Amendment. "Put simply, we have no power to extend Second Amendment protections to weapons of war," Judge Robert King wrote for the court, adding that the Supreme Court's decision in District of Columbia v. Heller explicitly excluded such coverage. advertisement Maryland Attorney General Brian Frosh, who ...

Cut the Crap: We Need Full Constitutional Carry, ------
Post Date: 2018-02-23 22:50:55 by tpaine
Cut the Crap: We Need Full Constitutional Carry, Several Dozen Insane Asylums, and a FULL BAN ON ANTIDEPRESSANTS See this kid? Yeah, where I’m from, that’s called, “crazy as a shithouse rat”. Here’s a nutty idea. Stay with me. How about we put the crazy people in a facility where they can receive supervision, care and treatment? We could call it… hmmm… let’s see… an “insane asylum”, or even a “mental hospital”. That is, a place where people who are insane and/or mentally ill could receive shelter and care, and at the same time the rest of society would likewise be protected from them. Because CRAZY PEOPLE CAN BE EXTREMELY ...

Appeals Court: Handcuffing A Compliant Ten-Year-Old Is Unreasonable But Deputy Had No Way Of Knowing That
Post Date: 2018-02-19 07:28:54 by Deckard
from the those-without-common-sense-will-inherit-the-earth dept Time and time again, courts remind officers of the law don't actually have to know the law to enforce the law. Yes, that's how it all works out for citizens, who are just as frequently reminded ignorance of the law is no excuse. This has lead to the prevalence of pretextual stops where minor traffic violations (that may not even be violations) are used to initiate long conversations with law enforcement officers with the end goal of obtaining consent for a search or to bring a drug dog onto the scene. Qualified immunity, along with the good faith exception, have allowed an untold amount of law enforcement abuse. This ...

E-Verify Threatens Us All
Post Date: 2018-02-13 06:27:12 by Deckard
In addition to funding for a border wall and other border security measures, immigration hardliners are sure to push to include mandatory E-Verify in any immigration legislation considered by Congress. E-Verify is a (currently) voluntary program where businesses check job applicants’ Social Security numbers and other Information — potentially including “biometric” identifiers like fingerprints — against information stored in a federal database to determine if the job applicants are legally in the United States. Imagine how much time would be diverted from serving consumers and growing the economy if every US business had to comply with E-Verify. Also, collecting the ...

Rand Paul & Kelli Ward discuss Federal Intelligence Surveillance Act “FISA” Abuse - Scottsdale AZ, Feb 16
Post Date: 2018-02-09 17:05:49 by hondo68
Rally With RandFeb 16 by Kelli Ward for U.S. Senate $25 – $50 Dr. Kelli Ward, Candidate for U.S. Senate Welcomes Senator Rand Paul to Scottsdale, Arizona to discuss Federal Intelligence Surveillance Act “FISA” Abuse Dr. Paul and Dr. Ward are trained healers and problem solvers that are determined to protect our Constitutional liberties and freedoms, especially from an overbearing, over-reaching Federal Government. Join us for an excellent conversation in support of Liberty! Doors open at 4:30 PM and program will start promptly at 5:00 PM Kelli Ward for U.S. SenateOrganizer of Rally With Rand Contributions to Kelli Ward for Senate, Inc. are not deductible for federal tax ...

Giving Middle Finger to Police Is a First Amendment Right
Post Date: 2018-02-06 16:39:09 by hondo68
Giving Middle Finger to Police Is a First Amendment Right, Man Argues in Lawsuit Over Ticket He says flipping the bird means being free.An Indiana man argues in a federal lawsuit filed last week that he had a First Amendment right to give the middle finger to a state trooper, and that his free speech was violated when the gesture earned him a ticket.The defendant, Mark May, is seeking unspecified damages from Indiana State Police Master Trooper Matt Ames. According to a complaint filed Thursday, Ames “aggressively cut in front” May at a state road intersection in Terre Haute in August 2017. May realized Ames was pursuing another motorist, but he was annoyed because he thought the ...

Cops stop woman praying at home, case goes to Supremes
Post Date: 2018-02-02 09:00:27 by Deckard
The U.S. Supreme Court is being asked to overturn a 10th Circuit appeals-court ruling that upheld the actions of police officers who forced a woman to stop praying silently in her home. googletag.cmd.push(function() { googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-BTF_SKY_3'); }); The petition charges the Louisberg, Kansas, officers stopped Mary Anne Sause from praying not to further any legitimate law-enforcement interest, but “so they could harass her.” “The 10th Circuit correctly ‘assumed’ this conduct ‘violated Sause’s rights under the First Amendment,'” the woman’s legal team explained. “Yet the 10th ...

Equality, Justice, and Freedom: A Constitutional Perspective
Post Date: 2018-01-28 20:13:17 by buckeroo
Implementing policies like those proposed by Thomas Piketty would undermine the government’s legitimacy, which depends on the limits to its powers. The publication of Thomas Piketty’s best-selling book Capital in the Twenty-First Century (2014) has raised awareness of the rising inequality of income and wealth. The author argues that such inequality threatens democratic values and should be reversed by imposing steeply progressive income and wealth taxes on the rich and near-rich. His policies, if implemented, would create more equal outcomes but undermine the principles of freedom and justice that are the essence of the U.S. Constitution. The notion of equality is central to ...

Post Date: 2018-01-26 14:14:18 by tpaine
THE ETHICAL TROUBLE WITH LEGISLATING MORALITY by David Trillo, “You can’t legislate morality!” Few colloquial expressions depend more upon connotation than does this short, forceful proclamation of liberty. And because it asserts liberty, few colloquialisms have weathered such a long, sustained, unrelenting campaign to discredit it, refute it and extinguish it from American parlance. Most everyone knows what the expression means. It means that we don’t, or shouldn’t, legislate moral beliefs based solely in tradition or religious beliefs. Unfortunately, people and groups who wish to do exactly that have been attacking this axiom of freedom ever since. Here I ...

The Heart of the Constitution
Post Date: 2018-01-21 03:22:01 by tpaine
The Heart of the Constitution,” by Gerard Magliocca (Oxford University Press) Every week, Americans are confronted with a growing sense of political and economic crisis, from the inequalities of the new economy to renewed debates about racial and gender discrimination to fresh stresses on our political institutions. During periods of crisis, the Constitution can provide a backstop, spelling out foundational rules and rights that offer a bulwark against the vicissitudes of politics. But the meaning of the Constitution can change precisely during these moments of pressure and flux. In his timely new book, “The Heart of the Constitution,” Gerard N. Magliocca highlights how a ...

Why you should care about the warrantless surveillance bill on its way to Trump’s desk
Post Date: 2018-01-18 17:03:02 by hondo68
After debate ended in a close cloture vote on Tuesday, the Senate has voted to pass a bill that will renew one of the NSA’s most controversial practices for another six years. The bill, known as the FISA Amendments Reauthorization Act of 2017 or S.139, provides for an extension of the U.S. government’s practice of collecting the private communications of American citizens when they are to communicating with a foreign target. The six year renewal passed in a 65-34 vote. Over the course of its long path toward renewal, the bill faced vocal opposition from privacy advocates. Many argue that Section 702 violates the Fourth Amendment’s provision forbidding unreasonable searches ...

Police Tell Student Activists Their “Free Speech” is Scaring Other Students
Post Date: 2018-01-15 08:23:10 by Deckard
By Jack Burns In yet another test of the U.S. Constitution’s protected freedom of speech, the Constitution Club at Southern Illinois University (SIU) inflated a giant beach ball and asked students to come by, grab a sharpie, and write whatever they felt like writing on the ball. The students’ free speech rights exercise was quickly interrupted by campus police who informed the club members they had received complaints about the ball and the group would need to stop their activities. According to Campus Reform, the reason SIU chose to attempt to stop the demonstration was that campus police said the students did not go through the proper channels to be able to hold the ...

Federalists Can’t Support a Cannabis Crackdown
Post Date: 2018-01-11 08:13:42 by Deckard
That includes the president, who said marijuana legalization "should be up to the states." Before last Thursday, state-licensed marijuana merchants operated in a highly uncertain legal environment, subject to the whims of federal prosecutors who could at any moment decide to shut them down, take their property, and send them to prison. Now that Attorney General Jeff Sessions has clarified the Justice Department's policy regarding the cannabis industry, state-licensed marijuana merchants operate in a highly uncertain legal environment, subject to the whims of federal prosecutors who could at any moment decide to shut them down, take their property, and send them to prison. ...

Congress Plotting to Cut a Hole in the 4th Amendment, Again
Post Date: 2018-01-11 07:32:34 by Deckard
Hidden beneath the controversy stirred up last week by the publication of a book called “Fire and Fury,” a highly critical insider’s view of the Trump White House that the president has not only denounced on national television but also tried to prevent from being published and distributed, are the efforts of the Trump administration and congressional leadership to bypass the Fourth Amendment to the Constitution. Here is the back story. After the excesses of the Watergate era, during which the Nixon administration used the FBI and the CIA unlawfully to spy without warrants on the president’s real and imagined domestic political opponents, Congress passed the Foreign ...

Amash, Paul, and Others Trying to Stop Congress from Expanding Domestic Surveillance Powers (FISA Reauthorization)
Post Date: 2018-01-10 18:14:39 by hondo68
House to vote on a bill that would codify unwarranted searches of Americans' communications. Bill Clark/CQ Roll Call/Newscom Rep. Justin Amash (R-Mich.) and a bipartisan group of 42 lawmakers are going to try to stop Congress from expanding the feds' ability to snoop on American citizens. If they fail, Rand Paul (R-Ky.) is threatening a filibuster in the Senate. This week the House is considering legislation to renew Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) Amendments. This law grants intelligence agencies the authority to snoop on foreign targets on foreign soil without warrants, overseen by a secretive FISA court. This is done in the name of stopping ...

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