During a routine crime investigation, Kansas City police discovered a series of underground dirt tunnels being used by the city’s homeless....Once police were able to confirm no one was inside them, they brought in a tractor to fill in the tunnels.
A US federal judge ruled the online news “clipping” service Meltwater violates copyright law by using excerpts from Associated Press articles. AP sued Meltwater, claiming the service infringed on AP’s copyright by delivering its articles
The court ruled 6 to 3 the same rules apply to goods made and purchased in the United States govern those made overseas. Once the products have been legally purchased, the new owners are free to sell or lend them as they see fit, they said.
Civil forfeiture is the government power to take property suspected of involvement in a crime. And unlike cases of criminal forfeiture — the seizure of ill-gotten gains after a criminal conviction —
An edict from the Library of Congress is about to make phone unlocking illegal for the first time in 6 years. The decision, issued in October, is part of a triennial process whereby the Librarian of Congress hands out exemptions from the Digital Mill
“Our farm is basically embargoed. We can raise all the pigs we want, but can not move them out to our market. That cuts off cash flow, effectively starving the farm financially and the pigs practically.” Bakers Green Acres made the news last sprin
Wednesday, I approached my truck from the passenger side to place my computer bag (aka my man purse) in the front passenger seat. As I reached to open the door I noticed there was a hole right under my door handle. My first thought was, “
I recently read this 2006 article from Mother Earth News: “The Best Guard Dog for Your Homestead.” The article discusses the innate talents of different dogs depending upon the duty that is desired from them.
The assault by government agencies against another family farm, which in this case has been ongoing for quite some time. Sadly this is not that uncommon in our time with over regulation, government power and land grabs while pushing policies such as
Internet protocol (IP) addresses associated with several major Hollywood studios were recently logged using bittorrent networks to share films created by rival studios, according to a report on peer-to-peer blog TorrentFreak.
We have repeatedly discussed the absurdity of U.S. copyright laws and how law firms have become virtual thug patrols threatening average citizens with ruin over small copyright violations.
Watchdog publishes new flight map, 'takes surveillance to a whole new level'
Rutherford Institute Asks U.S. Supreme Court to Affirm Landlord’s Right to be Free From Warrantless Searches of Private Residences
Orlando says garden against city code
In latest case to test how technological developments alter Americans' privacy, federal court sides with Justice Department on police use of concealed surveillance cameras on private property.
Ben Swann Reality Check takes a look at a case before the Supreme Court that would mean the end "first rule principle" for selling personal property that origniates overseas.
Tona Monroe (Tennessee State Coordinator for Operation Defuse) on restoring privacy and our right to travel.
In a video produced by Infowars Nightly News journalists Aaron Dykes and Melissa Melton, University of Texas professor Dean Almy attempts to downplay one of the central tenets of the United Nations’ Agenda 21 – property confiscation.
A family is still trying to figure out what happened after a package was delivered on Friday and 10 minutes later drug raiders broke in the door.
Cambodia has deported a Swedish founder of the popular file-sharing site The Pirate Bay who is wanted in his homeland for copyright violations. Swedish police officers were waiting at the plane's door. Svartholm Warg was sentenced to a year in prison
The truth that without property rights, no other rights are possible has been known for millennia.
Federal civil asset forfeiture complaint in the matter of United States of America v. One Tyrannosaurus Bataar Skeleton. This is an unusual case as the government’s case nakedly asserts, with no supporting evidence, that
There is a program in Utah that has an eerily similar hook to the athletic shoe scheme – register your garden and you can win a chintzy prize. The program is called the Utah Garden Challenge. You can win a prize for telling the government about your
70 $100 bills and 40 Krugerrand gold coins from South Africa
Since Californians shrank their property taxes more than three decades ago by passing Proposition 13, people around the nation have echoed their dismay over such levies, putting forth plans to even them, simplify them, cap them, slash them. In an ele
Doug Casey gives a real life anecdote of his travels to the latest Casey Research Conference, "Recovery Reality Check" in Weston, Florida.
It seems that Mr. Del Rio had an underground bunker, and apparently in Austin, Texas that enough to have the SWAT team storm your home and hold you at gun point.
legislation to let employees tote any legally possessed firearm into their company parking lots and then leave the guns locked in their cars during their workday. Businesses say the bill tramples their private property rights and threatens the safety
The decision in the Supreme Court case Sackett v. EPA, due later this spring, could very well affect the meaning of property rights and due process in the United States.