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The Inquirer

The FBI wants universities to impose rules to stop US university students from working late at the campus, traveling abroad, showing an interest in their colleagues' work, or have friends outside the United States, engaging in independent researc

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The Newspaper

Virginia legislator introduces new speeding ticket tax that boosts penalties beyond $3,550, driving business to his traffic law firm. Virginia motorists convicted of minor traffic violations will face a new, multi-year tax beginning July

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Washington Post blog

U.S. Northern Command asked the Pentagon if it can establish its own special operations command for domestic missions for responses to incidents of domestic terrorism and other occasions where special ops as may be necessary on American soil.

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The Capitol Times

Wisconsin Right to Life says it scored a "clear victory" with today's U.S. Supreme Court ruling striking down key parts of the landmark McCain-Feingold campaign finance reform law.

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Wolfesblog

America's Heroic Police Officers are once again free to conduct midnight raids on senior citizens, throw fire-starters onto beds, and burn down homes of people who are, after all, guilty of the heinous crime of possibly being related to somebody

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Yannone

"We the people humbly ask this court to admit that we are the masters and you are the servants." This request cannot be mistaken for supplication, for, in the United States of America, only one peaceful response remains to a people who clai

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Downsize DC

In the past only criminals had to supply the state with things like fingerprints, DNA, or retinal scans. Now, if Schumer gets his way, law abiding citizens will have to do it too, just for the "privilege" of earning a living.

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by Becky Akers (LewRockwell.com)

Because they didn’t beat her to a pulp, the TSA claims its "Officers" did not "Hassle Female Passenger with Toddler at Reagan National Airport over Sippy Cup." The agency needs a dictionary with "hassle" defined in words

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by Sheldon Richman (FFF)

The American people’s response to President Bush’s “war on terror” should be … terror. The administration, sometimes with Congress’s complicity:

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waxahachiedailylight.com

Resident Allen Nelms says a call to 911 to get medical attention for his diabetic seizure got him Tasered by police instead. He said he still has no answer as to why police broke down his door with their guns drawn before shooting him multiple times

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eWeek

Imagine a world where every single manufactured item is tagged with a tiny RFID chip that holds various bits of information about that item. And as each item moves along a supply chain—pharmaceutical, aerospace, consumer goods, automotive, livestock

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telegraph.co.uk

To enforce the new rules, a camera will be placed in a rubbish bag and left in an alleyway. The tiny covert camera, which has cost Weymouth and Portland Council, Dorset, up to £10,000, will also help catch householders who put their rubbish out too e

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durangoherald.com

Cops raided the wrong house and forced a 77-year-old La Plata County woman on oxygen to the ground last week in search of methamphetamine. "They didn't give me a chance to ask for a search warrant or see a search warrant or anything,"

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ABC News Blog

A terrorist watch list compiled by the FBI has apparently swelled to include more than half a million names. Privacy and civil liberties advocates say the list is growing uncontrollably, threatening its usefulness in the war on terror.

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Crimes and Corruption

Lawmakers are questioning whether a proposed FBI anti-terrorist program is worth the price, both in taxpayer dollars and the possible loss of Americans' privacy. The National Security Analysis Center would bring together nearly 1.5 BILLION RECOR

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USA Today

Encouraged by police, tens of thousands of drivers a month are using the cellphone equivalent of "dropping a dime" on somebody — phoning state tip lines to report motorists they spot driving aggressively or erratically or with unrestrained

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Washington Post

The explosion in government secrecy since 9/11 has been breathtaking. In 1995, according to the Information Security Oversight Office, the stamp of classification -- "confidential," "secret," "top secret," etc. -- was w

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The Agitator

Note also that the man police were actually looking for was wanted for possession of an illicit drug. Not distribution. They used tear gas bombs, a SWAT team, broke down the back door, and slashed the wrong guy's tires trying to arrest someone fo

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