Browsing All posts tagged under »Liberty«

Charges Dismissed Against Man Who Videotaped Cop

October 7, 2010


In another great win for photographer’s rights and the first amendment prosecutors in Massachusetts dropped the charges against Eli Damon, who had faced charges of “secretly” recording a police officer during a traffic stop on a bike back in March. MA law makes it a crime to secretly record others, even in a public place, […]

Man Charged for Referring to Crime

August 7, 2010


Is it a crime for a person merely to talk about a crime that someone else committed? Apparently, Connecticut police believe it’s it is.  According to this story in the AP, Francis Laskowski was arrested after he stated that he understood why Omar Thornton snapped and killed nine people at his employer Tuesday. Connecticut police […]

Ever Ask a Police Station for a Complaint Form?

June 7, 2010


You might think twice before you do, because you might be harassed, threaten, assaulted and jailed. That’s what happened to an investigator with a local Fox News affiliate. Eye-opening video below.

WA Court: Woman Not Allowed to Wear Bikini

May 19, 2010


For those of you who may not have been following all the important news out here in the great northwest, we’ve had some issues in recent months involving so called “bikini baristas”. Since the supply side of the market for espresso has become overcrowded, and the customers more cash-strapped, some drive through stands have embraced […]

Excellent Video on The Consitution and the Patriot Act

April 22, 2010


I recently came across a video of a lecture given by Judge Andrew Napolitano to the Campaign for Liberty. The video was uploaded back in October, but the content is still very relevant. He makes some very interesting points that drive home just how far legislation like the Patriot Act has taken us from the […]

Don’t Forget China’s Government is Still Evil

April 21, 2010


Since Nixon’s policy of detente 40 years ago and, more recently, the fall of the Soviet Union our relationship with China has thawed significantly. Fueled largely by free trade and the reduced threat of communist expansionism it’s easy to forget that China’s government is still fundamentally evil. From religious and political persecution to the constant […]

Secret Service Threatens to Confiscate Camaras

March 24, 2010


The New York Daily News is reporting that while at at a Broadway show on Sunday Michelle Obama’s Secret Service detail threatened to confiscate the cameras of anyone who took a picture of the First Lady. Perhaps our new queen thinks she has some whimsical authority, unfortunately I think this is the fault of the […]