We've been saying for over a year that Obama is no better than Bush. If you thought he was going to do something about torture or civil liberties, think again. It happened earlier this week,
“If the federal government has the exclusive right to judge the extent of its own powers, warned the Kentucky and Virginia resolutions’ authors it will continue to grow – regardless of elections, the separation of powers, and other much-touted limi
Bill of Rights Day is Tuesday, December 15th. But as Kevin Gutzman points out in this article, it’s not a day of celebration. Instead, it should be a day of mourning for the death of decentralized self-government.
Bill of Rights Day is Tuesday, December 15th. But as Kevin Gutzman points out in this article, it’s not a day of celebration. Instead, it should be a day of mourning for the death of decentralized self-government
Some people spend their Saturday mornings cruising yard sales or running errands. Juli Verrier spends hers ripping down signs. Outraged over the bumper crop of ads that spring up along Fairfax County roads, Verrier dodges traffic and angry merchan
Will the People stand and make their Declarations? Or will they kneel and kowtow to the State that they are "ALLEGEDLY" in control of? This is the paramount question. Read this issue of Freedoms Phoenix. Go read other online publications like W
The Supreme Court on Monday seemed headed toward telling police they must explicitly advise criminal suspects that their lawyer can be present during any interrogation. The arguments in front of the justices were the latest over how explicit the
The ACLU, known for taking sides which are unpopular has taken up the cause of several students in the state of Florida who were banned from wearing a “Islam of the Devil” t-shirt.
Now we have a Las Vegas court officer detaining a group of journalists inside a courtroom to allow Michael Jackson’s former doctor to leave without being followed.
I started to pass out the FIJA pamphlet entitled “A Primer for Prospective Jurors” along with my handout. 2 photographers, were present. I was approached by 2 federal marshals, who informed me that I had to leave. I demurred. They said that they woul
"I eventually, very solemnly -- with a little bit of malice in my voice -- said, 'Mam, with all due respect, you can go jump off a bridge," Will explained. Seated next to the boy, his father covered his face, smiling.
The FBI visited the home of Rev. Patrick Mahoney for questioning after he led a peaceful prayer vigil in front of the Chinese embassy. Question: How many visits did the FBI make to the home of Maj. Hasan before his Ft. Hood shooting spree?
A truly novel idea for our time: mandatory gun ownership. If the government is so intent on ordering citizens around, how about ordering them to protect themselves?
Reports of government abuse caught on camera. Always a good source of indisputable outrageous behavior by the authorities on the populace. And the amazing way authorities behave when they notice they are being filmed.Entered By: Powell Gammill
Attorney General Eric H. Holder Jr. has ordered a review of a little-known Bush administration policy requiring some defendants to waive their right to DNA testing even though that right is guaranteed in a landmark federal law, officials said.
It’s been a rough month for Freedom of Speech and the arena where it’s practiced most: the Internet. Free speech has come under assault from many directions within the last several months. The pace has ratcheted up in just the last two weeks alone. W
The NYPD is amassing a database of cell phone users, instructing cops to log serial numbers from suspects' phones in hopes of connecting them to past or future crimes. In the era of disposable, anonymous cell phones, the file could be a treasure-t
It has been 25 years since the Supreme Court decided that a category of speech -- child pornography -- was so unredeeming it did not merit the protection of the First Amendment. Justices gave no indication they were ready to add another.
Federal agents raided the home of a photojournalist last year, seizing cameras, memory cards, a digital voice recorder, computer hardware and digital storage devices. The photojournalist, Laura Sennett, had photographed people protesting an Internati
CBS cameraman Glenn McReynolds had a legitimate question: Why is the public allowed inside the federal courthouse when the media is barred? Security guards told him something about a “30-foot rule” that is meant to separate reporters from people l
After reading the "Do you have the Right to Flip off a Cop?" article I was reminded of this video I saw on YouTube some time ago.
A Johns Hopkins University student armed with a samurai sword killed an intruder in his garage, Baltimore police said Tuesday. Two laptops and a Sony PlayStation had been stolen by burglars Monday from the home, on University Parkway just blocks fro
Yesterday, another radical extremist joined the ranks of the Obama administration. Cass Sunstein, who is an old friend of Barack Obama, is now our new Regulatory Czar. You will recall that he is the guy who wants animals to sue hunters and other Americans.He also supports gun control.
Pittsburgh plans to lease a downtown parking lot for four days to accommodate protesters during the Group of 20 economic summit this month.But protest organizer Naomi Archer says a “protest pit” is unacceptable and demonstrators must be allowed to be in a free and open area.
Ed Asner who is opposed to gun ownership and is also a devoted socialist. Ed Asner advocates gun control, Asner was also a signatory to the 2002 Not In Our Name petition organized by C. Clark Kissinger and the Revolutionary Communist Party.
His son, an amateur photographer, had just received a speeding ticket in a school zone.
Chandler recommended he go back to the location where he received a ticket to photograph the traffic lights to see if they were in compliance with state and federal standards.
I am opposed to any and all who are propping up enemies of our Constitution and Bill of Rights. We Are Change is doing just that and more. This is a fact as their endorsed support of Ed Asner who is opposed to gun ownership and is also a devoted socialist. Ed Asner advocates gun control, Asner was also a signatory to the 2002 Not In Our Namepetition organized by C. Clark Kissinger and the Revolutionary Communist Party.
We Are Change appears on the surface to be a liberty minded group. But don’t judge a book by it’s cover. I for one also maintain that 911 was a inside job.
I am opposed to any and all who are propping up enemies of our Constitution and Bill of Rights. We Are Change is doing just that and more. This is a fact as their endorsed support of Ed Asner who is opposed to gun ownership and is also a devoted socialist. Ed Asner advocates gun control, Asner was also a signatory to the 2002 Not In Our Name petition organized by C. Clark Kissinger and the Revolutionary Communist Party.
Proposed new rules meant to help police handle G-20 protests faced a barrage of verbal rotten eggs at a Pittsburgh City Council public hearing, and appear to be headed for a close vote.
The hearing was held to get views on rules that would allow police to cite people wearing masks or carrying items from pipes to high-powered rifles if they appear intent on thwarting police dispersal orders. It became an outlet for concern about what some called the pending militarization of Downtown, and what others characterized as the demonization of protest.