Every December 15th, people celebrate Bill of Rights Day. Although not a major holiday, liberty supporters and fans of American history make note of the anniversary each year. The Bill of Rights was adopted in 1789, containing the first ten amendm
Adds that Obama should crack down on free press
Zachary Golob-Drake, a 5th grader at the Patel Partnership School in Tampa Florida was elated recently when he won first place with a speech and an invitation to compete in the 4-H Tropicana Public Speech Contest. However, his assistant principal the
It’s Bill-of-Rights Day. UPDATE: Chuck R. and Matt M. inform me that they are flying their flags upside down today.
Leni Riefenstahl thru the synergy of graphic imagery and powerful music was able to portray the Nazi Regime of the 1930s in a magnificent light that swayed millions to its cause. Now it is possible to use the synergy of timeless music and digitally r
Are you curious what it was like to be a Japanese American citizen after Pearl Harbor was attacked by the Japanese Imperial Navy on December 7, 1942? This video will show you how Japanese Americans were processed at Santa Anita Racetrack, and shipped
"It may seem reasonable that a private business should be able to refuse service to anyone it chooses," Spence wrote. "This view, however, fails to take into account the cost to society and the hurt caused to persons who are denied service
Bratton inherits a department under intense scrutiny for its use of stop and frisk, a policing tactic he has utilized in every stop in his career. One of stop and frisk's most vocal critics, Mayor-elect de Blasio, is the man who appointed him
Abadie was pulled over in October on suspicion of going 80 mph in a 65 mph zone on a San Diego freeway. The California Highway Patrol officer saw she was wearing Google Glass and tacked on a citation usually given to people driving
A U.S. animal rights group on Monday filed what it said is the first lawsuit seeking to establish the "legal personhood" of chimpanzees. The non-profit Nonhuman Rights Project asked a New York state court to declare a 26-year-old chimp named Tomm
With hundreds of thousands of people now on the government’s terrorist watch lists, a closely watched trial begins. Stanford University Ph.D. student Rahinah Ibrahim is suing the US government after she was barred from flying from Malaysia back
Regardless, if access to those bitcoins is maintained via a brain wallet, then the only way for the government to gain access would be by compelling the defendant, Ross Ulbricht, to reveal his passphrase and private keys.
Snooping on private messages 'breach of the 4th Amendment'
Forget fighting a red light camera ticket with a Confrontation Clause argument in Beverly Hills. A 3-judge panel of the Superior Court's appellate division upheld the citation denying his argument he was unable to confront the real witness against hi
I Smelled the Same Cover-up Odor While Investigating Andrew Breitbart’s Death!
In the aftermath of the Boston bombings last spring, GOP Sens. John McCain and Lindsey Graham and others called on Barack Obama to treat the surviving suspect in the bombings, Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, as an “enemy combatant” rather than as a criminal defen
Picture a guy walking down the street. Every time this guy happens to spy a cop, he screams out, “Cops are liars! Cops are scum. I hate cops!” One might well question his sanity, as it’s rarely a good idea to go out of your way to antagonize
In a remarkably brief reversal that didn’t draw a lot of attention, the Supreme Court swiftly disposed of a 9th Circuit ruling in Stanton v. Sims. Apparently, it doesn’t take the Court long to come up with very cool trick for circumventing the 4th A
THIRD victim of sexual molestation at hands of New Mexico authorities comes forward
As second horror story emerges, doctors face being banned from practicing medicine
David Eckert was stopped by police in Deming, New Mexico without cause, subjected to an illegal search of his vehicle and person, and eventually forced to undergo what amounts to object rape in the form of multiple rectal probes, forced enemas, and a
We recently discussed the crackdown on sorcerers in Muslim countries. Mystics are finding themselves targeted in the US as well in recent weeks. Clairvoyants have been prosecuted for fraud and some cities and states are moving to ban soothsaying.
Ignoring the U.S. Department of Justice’s guidelines written explicitly for them, Baltimore police officers arrested a newspaper photojournalist for attempting to document a raid on a party, claiming he single-handely caused other party goers to thro
In a brief opinion, three judges of the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, sitting in the Thurgood Marshall Courthouse (thrown in simply for the irony) smacked Southern District of New York Judge Shira Schiendlin for telling the truth. She said:
Someone with login credentials for the Columbia Police Department replied saying, “(W)e have arrested all of the violent offenders in Five points. Thank you for sharing your views and giving us reasonable suspicion to believe you might be a criminal
In a stunning rebuke to the federal trial judge who declared New York’s stop-and-frisk police tactic unconstitutional, a federal appeals court halted the reforms the judge ordered and ruled she “ran afoul” of the judicial code of conduct.
Got an email last night from Richard Mack, Sheriff Finch goes on trial TODAY! Here is part of the email:
A Minnesota man is suing for the right to continue selling merchandise online that parodies the National Security Agency and the Department of Homeland Security. Dan McCall sells T-shirts, hats, bumper stickers and other items that are printed by
A graduate house adviser told Papay to remove a flag draped in his window, saying it violated fire codes for the dormitory, and the student replaced it with a paper replica flag, which he said the fire marshal had told him was permitted. But
The Age of Authority, now drawing to a close after ten thousand blood-stained years, has also largely been an age of witlessness and fraud. Stripping history of all of its excuses and rationalizations, it is surpassingly difficult to ......