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Arm Your Mind for Liberty

This past weekend in the Philadelphia suburb of Willow Grove, eight courageous liberty activists nullified a suspicionless sobriety checkpoint. With their investment of $50 and a few hours of their time, they rerouted drivers around the massive multi

News Link • Global Reported By Darren Wolfe
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The International Libertarian

The problem with these checkpoints is that they're warrantless, arbitrary searches. This goes against all standards of civilized behavior and is not tolerable in a free society. Not only are checkpoints violating our rights they're not effective.

News Link • Global Reported By Darren Wolfe
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http://washingtonexaminer.com, Gene Healy

Last week, in its report on the 2013 Defense Authorization bill, the Senate Armed Services Committee called for allowing drones to operate "freely and routinely" in U.S. airspace.

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TedTalks

Bartenders needs to know your age, retailers need your PIN, but almost no-one needs your name -- except for identity thieves. At TEDxSussexUniversity, David Birch proposes a safer, fractured and conditional approach to personal identification that wo

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WSJ

Some lawmakers, judges and regulators are trying to rein in the U.S. debt-collection industry's use of arrest warrants to recoup money owed by borrowers who are behind on credit-card payments, auto loans and other bills. More than a third of all

News Link • Global Reported By Ronald Bogner
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http://theeconomiccollapseblog.com

America has been overrun by control freaks. Once upon a time the United States was considered to be "the land of the free and the home of the brave", but today there are millions of laws, rules and regulations that tightly regulate our daily lives.

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ABC 15 Phoenix

FLAGSTAFF, AZ - If you're driving up to the high country this week, expect more police along Interstate 40. The Arizona Department of Public Safety is conducting road checks between Tuesday and Thursday on commercial vehicles. It's an interna

News Link • Global Reported By Ronald Bogner
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www.cato.org

When I was a kid, beginning to learn what it is to be an American, I found a hero in George Mason, a leading Virginia delegate to the 1787 Constitutional Convention. Mason refused to sign on to the Constitution that was passed by the convention. Why?

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www.mobile.wnd.com

Farmers in Colorado are watching their fields dry up amid one of the worst droughts in the state’s history. But just a few feet beneath them, the water is so plentiful it’s flooding basements and causing septic systems to overflow.

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