As the lower house of the Indiana State Legislature approved Senate Bill 1 on March 1, Representative Linda Lawson lamented that if it were passed the measure would signal that it’s "open season on law enforcement."
A remote-controlled aircraft owned by an animal rights group was reportedly shot down near Broxton Bridge Plantation Sunday near Ehrhardt, S.C. The group used the remote controlled device to film the "horrors" of a pidgeon shoot.
Stories about overreach from Washington, D.C. abound, but just when you think you've heard them all comes yet another that makes you shake your head in disbelief and wonder just whom is supposed to be working for whom in this grand old Republic of ou
It's one thing for $1.2 billion to vanish through a series of complex trades, the phenomenon at bankrupt MF Global. It's something else for a bar of silver stashed in a vault to instantly shrink in size by more than 25%.
Over the weekend, First Amendment impresario Floyd Abrams addressed two controversial Internet piracy bills, the Senate’s Protect IP Act (PIPA) and the House version, the Stop Online Piracy Act (SOPA).
During court proceedings concerning a radioactive golf course, Tokyo Electric Power Co. stunned lawyers by saying the utility was not responsible for decontamination because it no longer "owned" the radioactive substances.
Gun owners who have historically been able to use public lands for target practice would be barred from potentially millions of acres under new rules drafted by the Interior Department, the first major move by the Obama administration to impose limit
If you want to win a bar bet, just ask if anyone knows what the CAWCD is and does. As important as water is here in the desert, very few folks are familiar with the Central Arizona Water Conservation District or its Board of Directors.
HR 1505, the "National Security and Federal Lands Protection Act." This monstrous bill empowers the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to confiscate to itself tens of thousands of acres of land across the US northern border. This is for "national
The question of roads always seems to arise as a central objection to a stateless society – which makes perfect sense in a way, because it is a form of public ownership that we have all experienced firsthand,...
TO BEGIN, consider one of the most important measures of property, the kilogram. It’s a measure of mass or, for non-scientific purposes, weight. According to the papers last week, a global scramble is under way to define this most basic unit after it
Sick of the foot-dragging, content associations just went Dirty Harry. They bypassed [the law] completely by forging a deal with the largest ISPs, who will now take a "graduated response" against file-sharers at the copyright owners' bidding.
Rep. Ron Paul (R-TX) made waves by saying he would not have voted for the 1964 Civil Rights Act if he had been in Congress at the time. Paul dismissed claims he is a racist as “outlandish” and would have voted to desegregate public facilities.
Controversial copyright-enforcement company Righthaven—which has worked with newspapers to file more than 250 copyright lawsuits against small websites—has not been faring well in court lately, to say the least. The company is under fire from multipl