Mark Yannone provides a video of three women recently arrested in a public space for reading the Constitution while a pro war rally was taking place off at a distance.
A sharply divided state Supreme Court ruled yesterday that a law which bars political candidates from deliberately making false statements about their opponents violates the First Amendment right of free speech.
Although local police insist that the stops are designed to cut down on drunk driving, it is far more common for the stops to generate nothing but revenue from seatbelt and paperwork violations.
Two California cities are pushing anti-smoking legislation to previously unseen limits by banning tenants from lighting up inside apartment buildings.
Bush thought he could just get Congress to squeeze in a pardon, layered way down in the verbage of a bill. But it won't wash. He and countless others who violated their oaths, profited from the ongoing rape of America will be judged. Nuremberg w
"It's just ridiculous people who object to using technology," the mayor said, adding that he had not talked with anyone in London who wasn't "thrilled" at the presence of security cameras in their capitol.
Here are three pictures which show that the administration is not too choosy in the terrorists it invites for eggs and bacon.
Delta (15K) I often wish that I was born 100 yrs. earlier. In fact I have had the nagging feeling that I was birthed into the wrong time channel most of my life. Back in 1999 a disciple of Edgar Cayce wrote a book about reincarnation, in which she
The cameras are rolling. Student rushes up to microphone asking why Sen. John Kerry won't answer questions from everyone. Kerry says go ahead. Student asks 3 questions, and gets pummeled and tasered by the cops for his trouble. Amerika.
Martin Sadler of PC firm Hewlett Packard warned the amount of personal data that could be collected would lead to difficult ethical dilemmas. "Maybe the first time you know you are pregnant is when a targeted piece of advertising comes through o
The FBI has built a sophisticated, point-and-click surveillance system that performs instant wiretaps on almost any communications device,
The Bill of Rights sputtered and died. Congress has failed to do its simple duty. What are a people to do? Change their minds about government and elect a candidate who is committed to the Constitution, Ron Paul.
A couple arrested at a rally after refusing to cover T-shirts that bore anti-President Bush slogans settled their lawsuit against the federal government for $80,000, the ACLU announced Thursday. Nicole and Jeffery Rank of Corpus Christi, TX
[Old, but wow.] Police may enter Californians' homes without warrants to arrest those suspected of driving under the influence, the California Supreme Court ruled in a case testing the scope of the Fourth Amendment right to be free from unreasona
In 1967, the Supreme Court cracked open the door to provide legal sanction to what police officers were already doing around the country in violating the Fourth Amendment (performing traffic stop seizures for non-criminal civil infractions).
AT&T Inc said on Thursday a company it hired to handle the cybercast of a live concert by US rock bank Pearl Jam erroneously omitted lyrics criticizing US President George Bush that were in a song performed by the band.
This is Bush's most brazen defiance of the Constitution, which is no small feat for an administration that sets its own rules on electronic surveillance, torture, kidnapping, designating "enemy combatants" arrested on US soil, held ind
There was a time when nothing could keep Michael Wiley from behind the wheel - not even a triple amputation that makes simple tasks like tying a shoe impossible. Even police, who busted Wiley so many times that it's now a felony for him to drive,
While fear itself is not always the product of irrationality, once experienced it tends to lead away from reason, especially if the experience is extreme in duration or intensity. When people are fearful they tend to be willing to irrationally surren
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McCain went out of his way to stick his thumb in the eye of critics: he underscored the fact that suppressing inconvenient (to politicians) speech is exactly what he and his McCain-Feingold allies—Fred Thompson was an important one—had in mind.
The massively intrusive State needs weapons that make it impossible for people to maintain any degree of privacy. This makes it possible to assess taxes on every transaction; it makes it possible to know what you are doing every moment of the day -
The speed with which London's ubiquitous surveillance cameras helped identify would-be bombers has prompted calls for extensive closed-circuit television networks in the US. In the first such public effort in the US, New York is planning to be
Trying 1st Lt. Ehren Watada again for his refusal to deploy to Iraq won't violate his constitutional right not to be prosecuted twice for the same crime, an Army judge ruled Friday.
George Mason(1725-1792), the father of the Bill of Rights(1791-2002), argued at the Constitutional Convention in favor of providing the House of Representatives the power of impeachment by pointing out that the Presdident might use his pardoning powe
Reverend Billy was arrested on harassment charges last week while reciting the First Amendment through a megaphone in Manhattan's Union Square.
Two young peace activists said they were stopped at an entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park on Sunday and ordered to remove peace placards on their chests before entering the park.
Some tourists, amateur photographers, even would-be filmmakers hoping to make it big on YouTube could soon be forced to obtain a city permit and $1 million in liability insurance before taking pictures or filming on city property, including sidewalks
"We the people humbly ask this court to admit that we are the masters and you are the servants." This request cannot be mistaken for supplication, for, in the United States of America, only one peaceful response remains to a people who clai
On a 5-4 decision, the Supreme Court ruled that a group of taxpayers did not have standing to sue the US government for its funding of faith-based initiatives with federal money. The decision, Hein v Freedom from Religion Foundation, was written by