News Supreme Court ruling: You need ID to buy beer, but not to register to vote
The U.S. Supreme Court ruled today that Arizona's state law requiring potential voters to show proof of citizenship while registering to vote is illegal.
News Court: Ariz. citizenship proof law illegal
The Supreme Court ruled Monday that states cannot on their own require would-be voters to prove they are U.S. citizens before using a federal registration system designed to make signing up easier.
News Feds Crack Down On Hundreds Of Medical Marijuana Shops In California
Federal prosecutors have sent dozens of letters warning medical marijuana shops in Los Angeles and Long Beach to shut down or risk potential criminal or civil action.
News Sheriff's plan to put Feds back in their place
Sheriffs and peace officers from across the country will be meeting with likeminded supporters for a national convention focused on one goal: restoring constitutional rule in the United States of America.
News San Diego Mayor urges jury nullification
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner is urging jury nullification in medical MJ case:
San Diego Mayor Bob Filner has injected himself into a federal criminal case against the operator of a medical marijuana dispensary, intensifying his standoff with federal
News 'Comet of the Century': Comet ISON Stars in Mother's Day Webcast Today
An incoming comet that some scientists say could potentially become the "comet of the century" later this year has captivated skywatchers around the world, and you can see live views of the comet today (May 12) in a Mother's Day webcast.
News Kansas: Federal Agents May be Shot
Lets see if Government Brownbeck, Kansas Law Enforcement and the People of Kansas have the intestinal fortitude to deny a criminal Federal government the ability to assault and subjugate the citizens of Kansas.
News APRIL 17 TRIAL TO DETERMINE FATE OF AMERICA
A startling report prepared by the Ministry of Justice (MOJ) is today warning that the case known as United States v. Kebodeaux, and due to be heard by the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) on 17 April, will be the most important ruling in all of
News Gun Control Even a Conservative Can Love (But Not a Libertarian)
http://lewrockwell.com, by Joshua Katz
The state of Connecticut can now congratulate itself on having gun laws that, if not the most restrictive in the nation, are at least very close to it.
News Texas wants to bring the state's gold reserves back from the New York Fed's vault to Austin
"If we own it," Perry said, "I will suggest to you that that's not someone else's determination whether we can take possession of it back or not."
News DEBATE: Larken Rose vs Atty. Tom Willcutts, Moderated by Richard Grove
For those who may not be familiar with TragedyAndHope.com & its proprietor Richard Grove, please check it out.For those of you who may have guessed, indeed the eponymous site is named after Carroll Quigley's magnum opus insider expose....
News Montana House Votes 98-0 To Approve Anti-NDAA Bill
[The words 'wow' and 'nullification' come to mind.]
UPDATE: Since this piece was published, the Montana legislature has updated the official vote count as 98-0.
News Indiana Senate calls for U.S. constitutional convention
Frustrated by what they perceive as federal government overreach on taxes and regulation, the Republican-controlled Indiana Senate on Tuesday approved three measures calling for a limited U.S. constitutional convention.
News Michigan Will Likely Seize Control Of Massively-Indebted City Of Detroit
Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder will announce tomorrow that the state will likely seize control of the City of Detroit's administration, ABC7's Detroit affiliate WXYZ reports.
News Jackpot: Nevada expects big money after online gambling legalization
Nevada has beaten their casino rivals from New Jersey to become the first US state to legalize online gambling and open doors to a potential national market of $4 billion to $10 billion per year.
News Pot tourism in Colo.? Marijuana regulators OK idea
Marijuana tourism is on the way to Colorado, under a recommendation made Tuesday by a state task force to regulate the drug made legal by voters last year.
Headlines: Pot tourism in Colo.? Marijuana regulators OK idea -- John Stossel - States Vs Feds -- Jackpot: Nevada expects big money after online gambling legalization -- Michigan Will Likely Seize Control Of Massively-Indebted City Of Detroit -- Indiana Senate calls for U.S. constitutional convention -- Montana House Votes 98-0 To Approve Anti-NDAA Bill -- California State Senate approves $24 million for gun confiscation program -- DEBATE: Larken Rose vs Atty. Tom Willcutts, Moderated by Richard Grove -- Texas wants to bring the state's gold reserves back from the New York Fed's vault to Austin -- Gun Control Even a Conservative Can Love (But Not a Libertarian) -- APRIL 17 TRIAL TO DETERMINE FATE OF AMERICA -- Kansas: Federal Agents May be Shot -- 'Comet of the Century': Comet ISON Stars in Mother's Day Webcast Today -- San Diego Mayor urges jury nullification -- Sheriff's plan to put Feds back in their place -- The Paradox of Imperialism -- Feds Crack Down On Hundreds Of Medical Marijuana Shops In California -- Court: Ariz. citizenship proof law illegal -- Supreme Court ruling: You need ID to buy beer, but not to register to vote