I saw this little gem on Lew Rockwell's blog.
New twenties were the lion share of the bills in his wallet. We walked into a truck stop/travel plaza and they have those new electronic monitors that are supposed to say if you are stealing something. But through every monitor, Dave set it off.
Last week, a federal immigration judge threw out the US government's deportation case against the two Palestinians, calling it "an embarrassment to the rule of law."
State Rep. Ed Homan of Tampa introduced HB 561, which would prohibit students from admission into schools without proving they have been vaccinated for HPV.
Even as rebellion grows in some state capitals against the looming Real ID mandate from Congress, proponents speaking Thursday on a panel at the RSA Conference could barely contain their enthusiasm for putting standard government-issued ID cards
As federal and state laws become more expansive and historical liberties are routinely crushed, perhaps it is time to look at the laws themselves, as opposed to seeing only whether President Bush’s actions are legal.
In some cities in Europe and the US, a person can be videotaped by surveillance camera hundreds of times a day, and it's safe to say that most of the time no one is actually watching. But the advent of "intelligent video" -- software t
Many people have a tendency to judge the fact that the government is spending money as good in itself, almost regardless of what the government spends it on. All we know when we see government spending people's money is that the government wants
Churches nationwide abruptly canceled Super Bowl parties for fear of violating a federal copyright law that prohibits public venues from showing NFL games on big-screen TVs. Sports bars are exempted. Churches are not.
Merck is bankrolling efforts to pass state laws across the country mandating Gardasil for girls as young as 11 or 12. It doubled its lobbying budget in Texas and has funneled money through Women in Government
"She told the officers repeatedly over the course of 45 minutes that she was bleeding, she was pregnant, she needed medical attention," Protzman said. "And they ignored her request and refused to listen to her and refused to take care
Texas has become the first state to require schoolgirls to be vaccinated against sexually transmitted HPV. The order was imposed not by the legislature, but by a fiat from governor Rick Perry.
Most Americans are unaware of the new police state procedures of U.S. officials who seek to keep millions of Americans from traveling--including trips across the border to our North, once thought the least difficult international frontier in the worl
House Judiciary Chairman John Conyers (D-MI) will be investigating all of President Bush’s so-called signing statements to determine how drastically the president has misinterpreted laws passed by Congress.
As part of the most shocking extension of Big Brother powers ever planned here, lenses in lampposts would snap “naked” pictures of passers-by to trap terror suspects.
The NavAlert is a small and simple to install unit which offers the best defense against speed cameras, red light cameras and police speed traps.
From embedded microchips to RFID tracking, the cashless society roll out is going on in full force. With children thumbscanning to get their lunches and amusement park goers biometrically scanning for entry, we are being trained to use our biometric
"On behalf of the government of Canada I would like to apologise to you... and your family for any role the government may have played in the terrible ordeal that all of you experienced in 2002 and 2003," Mr Harper said.
AUGUSTA, Maine - The Maine Legislature declared that it would refuse a congressional order to change its drivers' licenses so they can serve as national identification cards.
THE US Defence Department today unveiled what it called a revolutionary heat-beaming weapon that could be used to control mobs or repel foes in conflicts like Iraq and Afghanistan. (or St. Louis, Missouri)
The New Jersey Transit board today is expected to approve the purchase of a fleet of new buses that would include closed-circuit camera systems. "They have great deterrent value," said Jim Gigantino, acting vice president
As I've commented repeatedly in the past, roadblocks ("sobriety checkpoints") are (1) unconstitutional, (2) ineffective at catching drunk drivers, and (3) used primarily to raise revenue for local municipalities...
The letter referenced the execution of Saddam Hussein and ended with the line, "I still believe they hanged the wrong man."
An effort by the FBI and federal prosecutors to remove a short fictional film about a military takeover of New York City from the Internet may have violated the First Amendment, a federal appeals court said.
In the post-9/11 era, even libraries in America are under siege. Under the provisions of the draconian Patriot Act, which was enacted by the US Congress in October 2001 with hardly any debate, the FBI has the right to obtain a court order to access a
This city's police chief defends his department's use of Tasers, even though the stun guns have yet to reduce the rate of suspects shot, wounded and killed by officers, a newspaper reported.
Somark Innovations announced biocompatible RFID (Radio Frequency Identification) ink, which can be used to tattoo cattle and laboratory rats and can be read through animal hair. It might even be used on humans eventually.
The bill imposes criminal penalties, even jail time, on grassroots causes and citizens who criticize Congress. Including the regulation of bloggers who communicate to 500 or more members of the public on policy matters.
The Bush administration changed course and agreed to let a secret but independent panel of federal judges oversee the government's controversial domestic spying program. Officials say the secret court has already approved at least one request for