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On February 8th 2013, in accordance with state law and the 2nd Amendment, there will be peaceful Open Carry demonstrations taking on the Capitol steps of all 50 states. In Michigan a team of volunteers is organizing the event, and this writer will be speaking in support of the Constitution, exercising my 1st Amendment right to free speech in defense of the 2nd Amendment.
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Police officer killed victim of break-in
Friends, family angry as questions go unanswered; one man charged
That’s what the friends and family of Destin Thomas say, after Columbus police confirmed yesterday that it was one of their own officers who shot and killed Thomas while responding to a 911 call he had made on Tuesday morning.
Police gave few details yesterday about what happened between the 21-year-old Thomas and Officer William Kaufman, a [...]
NEW PLYMOUTH, New Zealand – The theft of a frozen fetus from a young couple’s home sparked a wild gang brawl in New Zealand, police sources told Friday’s Taranaki Daily News.
The miscarried 12-week-old fetus was stolen last year from a freezer, where it was being kept ahead of a burial ceremony, at the property in New Plymouth on the country’s North Island.
The burglars also stole meat being stored there.
PITTSBURGH (KDKA) — A lot of city property owners are outraged over their reassessments, but one man says his beats them all.
The value of his 18-by-10-foot parking space on Mt. Washington jumped from $5,000 to more than $287,000.
That’s even more than his condo.
Richard Milesky, Jr., the proud owner of the underground parking space, says that until this week, the space was valued at $5,000.
“I think its prima fascia evidence [...]
Have you looked at your wallet recently? How many credit cards do you have? How many other accounts that you use your computer, your phone, your apps to use? Have you totalled up the credit you have? have you added this to your networth?
This is what is lacking in this presentation. The Federal Reserve is not just involved in cash but it must deal with incalculable amounts of credit enjoyed [...]
SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — As the Occupy Sacramento movement settles in for another night inside Cesar Chavez Park, another group sits, watches and wonders if they’ll ever get what they call “their park” back.
“These homeless people have been out here alot longer than you have,” one homeless person tells CBS13.
For years this plaza in the heart of Sacramento has been a homeless hide-away. But some just want the Occupy group to [...]
The State Can ‘Seize Control’ and ‘There Is Nothing I Can Do’: Glenn Weighs in on Nov. 9th Emergency Broadcast Test
There is no possible interpretation of this under which this isn’t wildly unconstitutional.
While the test is only going to be TEMPORARY, I DO NOT TRUST THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT WITH THIS POWER, NOR SHOULD ANY AMERICAN!
No one man should have the ability to shut down ALL RADIO & TV broadcasting. If [...]
About a month ago, after everyone in the wholly conflicted media (just ask one question: who pays all that advertising money – nuf said), on both the left and the right, was ignoring the most promising presidential candidate this country has had in decades, Jon Stewart decided to take Ron Paul under his wing, and made it clear that while those who don’t matter can [...]
Wall Street has NO LAW! and No Sworn Law Enforcement is capable of really putting in an honest days Work!! and harassing poor people while Wall Street Steals Trillions and Washington DC send a HUGE portion of our Tax Base to China for Lobby Dollars does NOT COUNT!!
$16 Trillion Dollars???
Wall Street Aristocracy Got $1.2 Trillion in Fed’s Secret Loans
SEC Covering Up [...]
LOS ANGELES (CBS) — An effort to allow only reusable bags at Los Angeles grocery stores may sound like a political long-shot, but one city councilman thinks the public will eventually warm up to the initiative.
KNX 1070?s Pete Demetriou reports just the suggestion of such a ban raised the eyebrows of several Southland shoppers.
The measure introduced by City Councilman Paul Koretz would prohibit all single-use plastic [...]
by Anthony Aaron
I’ve worked for companies of all sizes — from large corporations to small, one-man operations. The large corporations were lumbering and slow to adapt, but steady. The smallest operations were able to turn on a dime to take advantages of any changes in the marketplace — but their treatment of workers wasn’t always so great.
Large and medium businesses are more on the radar, [...]