After a local blogger was punished by the Tamworth, NH Town Council with a $4 million property assessment, the Citizen's Realty Advisory Program (CRAP) began advertising the Tamworth Millionaire Program so you can cash in, too!
So if I get naked without a license agreement with the Cowboy, I'm in deep doo doo?!
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BP is polluting the air above their oil spill. Our law suggests that it's their air and the EPA backs them up. Along with military force. Their air, their air space, they bought it, there's contracts to prove it.
Under civil forfeiture laws, police and prosecutors can seize your property after you've been found not guilty of a crime. A Picture Rocks woman who was acquitted of animal cruelty and dog fighting charges was ordered to hand over the property where
[Snowbirds] upped stakes, bought houses in Phoenix, and woke up one morning with the disturbing sensation that everything around their new domiciles is a little spicier, more colorful, and suntannier than it really ought to be.
To hear the Know-Nothings complain, you’d think that the US has a history of strict border control and that the federal government has only recently begun to lie down on the job. Nothing could be further from the truth.
Internet service providers become copyright cops encouraged to block access to suspected pirate Web sites. A section of the proposed digital copyright treaty says immunity from lawsuits would be granted Internet providers "disabling access" to
In just a short 60 years Americans have gone from being land barons and kings of their own dominion to renters and surfs controlled by corporate America. How did this happen? There seems to be a huge hole in the history books. This is what I found.
The smell of pot hung heavy in the air as men with dreadlocks and gray beards contemplated a nightmarish possibility in this legendary region of outlaw marijuana growers: legal weed.
"I can't bear to think about the body scanner thing," [the guard who's job it is to put people through the scanner] told the Sun. "I'm totally traumatised. I've spoken to the police about it. I'm in too much of a state to go to work."
[CNN story] about a top-down govenrment initiative that sounds good–giving more broadband access to Americans. Who’s against more Americans getting broadband? The FCC has a plan to get it done. Go Broadband!
Who are the people supporting a ban on divorce? Just hardworking Americans with traditional values.
As I have warned in previous posts the agenda to “fundamentally transform America” is following the Cloward/Piven handbook of community organizing. While the attention of the nation is focused on the health care debate, the administration has multipl
X’s alias is more than a nod to the cloak and dagger. Wink and outfits like it are illegal. They take paying customers but they’re off-limits to and off the radar of city health inspectors.
The proposal passed the Senate two weeks ago, and a similar bill could come to a vote of the full House as early as this week.
Here is an example of the difference between America's prosperity and everyone else;...property rights.
After those tiny blood spots are tested for a list of devastating diseases, some states are storing them for years. Scientists consider the leftover samples a treasure, both to improve newborn screening and to study bigger questions, like which envir
So what is Avatar? In fact, Avatar is a powerful antiwar movie – and a defense of property rights. For that reason, I found it easy to identify with those whose way of life was being destroyed by military might.
January 22, 2010 is a day that should live in infamy, at least among believers in limited government. On that day, the federal government added its 2,000th subsidy program for individuals, businesses, or state and local governments.
Hopefully this sort of thing still only happens in the UK. However I'll bet there's a back-story here.
Irish rock star Bono called Sunday for tougher controls over the spread of intellectual property over the Internet, arguing that file swiping and sharing hurt creators of cultural products. "The only thing protecting the movie and TV industries f
Jeremy Engelking will appear in Douglas County court this afternoon to face a trespassing charge. But here’s the kicker: The Superior man allegedly trespassed on his own property.
When does "helping the homeless" infringe on others in the area? One Houston attorney is finding out, being labeled a "Scrooge" because he objects to vagrants befouling the area around his office.
Support for the technological class war on migrants and immigrants at the border has been strong and has included encouragement for the deployment of cameras and all manner of other Big Brother machinery -- as long as they are pointed south.
The U.S. Supreme Court established a hideous precedent in 2005 ruling the city [state] gained the legal 'right' to confiscate homes and businesses owned by individuals in order to clear the way for 'development', including by private corporations.
The threat of “private nukes” is non-existent, and would be so even in the absence of laws forbidding them. The existing nuclear threat isn’t the threat of “private nukes.” It’s the threat of stolen “public nukes.”
Susette Kelo's little, pink house in New London, Conn. -- like the houses of all her neighbors -- is now a pile of rubble, overgrown with weeds. But Pfizer, the company that called for the demolition in order to build a new research and development
Similar operations are being conducted statewide this week, including in Palm Beach and Miami-Dade counties, as part of the state agency's quarterly crackdowns on unlicensed workers in the 19 professions it regulates.
For the good of the tourism industry and the city's reputation, the [Nevada Transportation Authority] wants to eliminate unlicensed, uninsured limo drivers who have failed to undergo background checks. [oh, and protectionism, but just for safety]