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Law Enforcers or Peace Officers

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Wall Street Journal

New York Civil Liberties Union officials filed a lawsuit seeking to place restrictions on a program that allows police to pull over some taxis and liveries, alleging that officers are using these inspection stops to question and search passengers.

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The Agitator (video)

Very good piece from Reason.tv. I may also have hand my “libertarian journalist with a name that most sounds like a superhero” crown to Hawk Jensen.

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Pajamas Media

Jose Guereña survived two tours in Iraq, but he couldn't survive his own government. Pima County Sheriff Clarence Dupnik infamously railed in January of this year that Arizona is a “Mecca for prejudice and bigotry.” One must wonder if the “preju

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The Agitator (video)

Note that even if you buy into this crap—that the drug war is worth fighting, and that asset forfeiture is an essential part of fighting it—the cops are letting the drugs go in order to pursue the cash. And that’s not just in Tennessee.

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By: Russ Belville, NORML Outreach Coordinator

In a case decided yesterday, Kentucky v. King, the US Supreme Court has ruled that cops who smell marijuana coming from your home can break down your door and arrest you, just as long as they knock first and claim to have heard you destroying evidenc

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TREASON – A NOTICE TO PUBLIC SERVANTS On the night of December 23, 1913 the United States Congress passed the Federal Reserve Act and thereby committed the greatest act of TREASON in history. It surrendered this nation’s sovereignty and sold the A

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The Agitator

A San Francisco public defender is releasing video of cops in civilian clothes caught raiding hotel rooms without the niceties of search warrants and they took property without logging it as evidence. The articles go on to say that the video contrad

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