September 1, 2014



How To Refuse An Un-Constitutional Checkpoint

September 1, 2014

Pro-Constitution activists use logic to defeat an unconstitutional police checkpoint at one of the many Labor Day weekend checkpoints in Tennessee.

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Feds Spend $3 Mil. In Taxpayer Dollars To Figure Out Why Lesbians Tend To Be Obese

September 1, 2014

Uncle Sam has been giving the National Institutes of Health millions of dollars to study how sexual minorities grapple with weight — “Why Lesbians Are Fat,” in blunt language — and the Washington Free Beacon’s Elizabeth Harrington has been tracking the project’s ballooning budget, from $1.5 million to $2.2 million to, as of her report Friday, $2.87 million. What […]

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Dashcam Nails Cops Who Beat Man While Shouting “Stop Resisting Arrest”

September 1, 2014

Two cops from Bloomfield, NJ’s police department have been indicted, and another plead guilty after a suppressed dashcam video showed them beating a man who was facing years in prison for “resisting arrest” (the DA dropped his charges right away). Petition Your State Reps: All Police Must Wear Cameras

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Crisis, Reaction, Solution: Calls Begin To Nationalize The Police

September 1, 2014

Calls for a nationalized police force are beginning.  But why would we want to give the agency that caused the militarization of our police more control over our police? It was the federal government that created police militarization through its drug war, and  through its post-Iraq war transfer of military grade weapons and supplies to our […]

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Henry Kissinger Calls For A New World Order

September 1, 2014

The article is titled, “Henry Kissinger on the Assembly of a New World Order”. From the Wall Street Journal: Libya is in civil war, fundamentalist armies are building a self-declared caliphate across Syria and Iraq and Afghanistan’s young democracy is on the verge of paralysis. To these troubles are added a resurgence of tensions with […]

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The Guy Who’s Trying To Shut Down A Kid’s ‘Illegal’ Lemonade Stand Is Apparently Breaking The Law In An Incredibly Ironic Way

September 1, 2014

Those who live by bureaucracy, die by bureaucracy. Remember T.J. Guerrero, the 12-year-old entrepreneur who has faced years of official complaints from a crotchety neighbor bent on shutting down the boy’s lemonade stand? In the week since Guerrero’s story went viral, the preteen’s business has boomed, the Tampa Bay Times reported, while the crotchety neighbor, 61-year-old Doug […]

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Jeff Mizanskey Is Serving Life In Prison For Marijuana

September 1, 2014

Rapists and murderers come and go, but he’s there for the duration. As I prepared to leave home for my interview with Jeff Mizanskey I looked up the address of the prison where he is held. In disbelief, I typed the characters into the GPS on my phone. 8200 No More Victims Road. Jeff Mizanskey […]

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North Carolina Gun Range Being Threatened With Shutdown For ‘Environmental Violations’

September 1, 2014

By Danny Hooley An embattled outdoor shooting range in Chatham County North Carolina is facing more than just the threat of a lawsuit from neighbors who call it a “nuisance.” The owner of Range 2A, located just outside of Pittsboro, North Carolina has also been warned by Chatham County officials of possible civil penalties and […]

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Bitcoin Can Open Doors Of The Global Economy For 2.5 Billion People

August 31, 2014

More than 2.5 billion people in the world do not have access to a bank account. Bitcoin can change that. Greater use of bitcoin worldwide would expand opportunities for the poor, raise the standard of living in developing nations and boost global economic growth.In the current global financial system, not having a bank account causes […]

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Nebraska State Supreme Court Bans Cigar Smoking From Cigar Bars

August 31, 2014

OMAHA, Neb. —The smoke has yet to settle at Jake’s Cigar Bar in Benson after Friday’s ruling from the Supreme Court. “The financial difficulties ahead of us are really what’s giving me the most pause right now,” said Jake’s owner John Larkin. Larkin owns the location in Benson and another in Lincoln. He said the […]

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