Excerpt from Ron Paul's Farewell Speech.
Excessive government has created such a mess it prompts many questions:
Why are sick people who use medical marijuana put in prison?
Why does the federal government restrict the drinking of raw milk?
Why can’t Americans manufacturer rope and other products from hemp?
Why are Americans not allowed to use gold and silver as legal tender as mandated by the Constitution?
Why is Germany concern
Witnesses: Detroit police fatally shoot three harmless dogs during pot bust
October 17, 2012 by Steve Neavling
There was nothing James Woods could do.
He screamed; he pleaded. ”Please don’t harm my dogs,” he begged police, who moments earlier had barged into his east-side home looking for marijuana.
Woods was forced into a corner last week when the first shot rang out – a 12-gauge shotgun. Woods’ young pit bull, Tank, who neighbors and witnesses say was confined to a locked fence
Rapists on Patrol
Posted by Nathan Goodman on Oct 12, 2012
The prevailing myth about police is that they work “to serve and protect” the people from crime. Sometimes they may do that, but all too often the police are the ones committing crimes. I’m not just talking about petty crimes; I’m talking about rape and sexual assault.
Take the case of Milwaukee police officer Michael Vagnini. On October 9th, Vagnini was charged with non-consensually inserting his finger into victims’
Another Victory for the War on Drugs
SWAT Team injures 12 year old girl with flash grenade - No drugs found.
Friday, October 12th, 2012
Montana SWAT team drops a flash grenade through a window into a bedroom where two children are sleeping. No arrests. No alleged meth lab.
Well, I’ll give him unplanned. Though I don’t think he meant it in the way I mean it. Sorry, but when you’re blindly shoving a flash grenade attached to a boomstick t
Propaganda for Dummies: Netanyahu displays cartoonish bomb diagram at the UN to convince the world to turn against Iran
Thu, 27 Sep 2012 16:04 CDT
Prime Minister of Israel Benjamin Netanyahu addresses the 67th United Nations General Assembly at the U.N. Headquarters in New York, September 27, 2012.
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu drew his "red line" for Iran's nuclear program on Thursday - the point at which Iran has amassed nearly enough highly enri
Man Dies in Police Raid on Wrong House
By Vicki Brown
L E B A N O N, Tenn.
A 61-year-old man was shot to death by police while his wife was handcuffed in another room during a drug raid on the wrong house.
Police admitted their mistake, saying faulty information from a drug informant contributed to the death of John Adams Wednesday night. They intended to raid the home next door.
The two officers, 25-year-old Kyle Shedran and 24-year-old Greg Day, were placed on adminis
Houston officer kills double amputee in wheel chair
By The Associated Press
HOUSTON (AP) — A Houston police officer shot and killed a one-armed, one-legged man in a wheelchair Saturday inside a group home after police say the double amputee threatened the officer and aggressively waved a metal object that turned out to be a pen.
Police spokeswoman Jodi Silva said the man cornered the officer in his wheelchair and was making threats while trying to stab the officer with the pen.
U.S. soldier who opposed Iraq war deported from Canada, arrested at border
By Diana Mehta, The Canadian Press September 20, 2012
TORONTO - An American soldier who sought refuge in Canada after becoming disillusioned with the Iraq war has been arrested after turning herself over to the United States.
Kimberly Rivera complied with a deportation order and presented herself at the border at Gananoque, Ont., on Thursday.
The War Resisters Support Campaign — which issued multiple w
Jessie Ventura Breaks Down the Events of 9/11.
"Madness, but you'll fully accept that 19 Islamists radicals armed with box cutters taking orders from a guy in a cave in afghanistan could defeat our multi billion dollar air defense system which the Russians couldn't do. Really?"
Cobb officer shoots 100 pound chocolate Lab
SMYRNA, Ga. -- A Cobb County police officer says he was forced to shoot an aggressive dog, but the animal's owner insists police are painting the wrong picture of his pet.
"There was no sense in it," said Robby King, the dog's owner. "They didn't have to shoot him. He was a big baby."
Robby King admits that in his haste to get to the hospital to visit his new grandbaby, he accidently set off the alarm at his Smyrna home. King also admi
Family wants action after officer guns down family pet
A local family is still shocked after what happened to their beloved pet. They say their dog was shot and killed at the hands of a police officer.
The shooting happened Saturday in St. Louis, Mich., in Gratiot County.
Lori Walmsley, a neighbor of the family who lost their pet, says she saw the incident.
Walmsley says she was outside playing with her own dog when her neighbor's g
Cop Claims Teen Assaulted Him, Video Shows He Assaulted Teen
Prince George's County, Maryland police officer Corporal Donald Taylor, a 13-year-veteran, claimed that after catching up to an aggressive youth who swung at him and began to flee, the youth reached for his gun, at which point he fired his gun at the youth in self defense. Despite this tale, newly released surveillance footage obtained