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Bill of Rights

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Time magazine

It began in Tunisia, where the dictator's power grabbing and high living crossed a line of shamelessness, and a commonplace bit of government callousness against an ordinary citizen — a 26-year-old street vendor named Mohamed Bouazizi — became the fi

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Bill of Rights Day Celebration in Phoenix - Thursday, Dec. 15, 2011 - Only $15 per person, payable at the door - Students with ID $10 - Deer Valley Church - 15220 N. 39th Ave. Phoenix, AZ 85053. 5 p.m. Mix & Mingle. 6 p.m. Program Starts

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by William Grigg (Pro Liberate)

"That's why you shouldn't bring kids to protests." This taunt, which issued from the sneering lips of an armored riot policeman, struck Don Joughin with the force of a billyclub as he tried to comfort his children – a three-year-old and a newborn

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The Arizona Legislative Governmental Mall Commission unanimously approved the design and site for what will be America's first major monument to honor the Bill of Rights, with a target dedication date of December 15, 2012 (Bill of Rights Day).

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Paul Levinson

Carney, seeking to dispel concerns about Fed coordination of local attacks on OWS, says it's all up the municipalities - but the 1st and 14th Amendments obligate the Feds to make sure municipalities don't violate the rights of citizens.

News Link • Global Reported By Paul Levinson
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NY Times

Hundreds of Occupy Wall Street demonstrators streamed into a desolate part of Foley Square on Saturday afternoon, but their slow-moving march turned chaotic as a phalanx of police officers issued orders to vacate the sidewalks — and then swept in to

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Photography Is Not a Crime

One cop can be heard telling another cop to book him for “resisting arrest.” Meador ended up being booked on public intoxication, which was never part of the conversation during the arrest. And he comes across extremely sober while interviewing