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Return Airport Security to the Airlines

Written by John Odermatt on November 8, 2013

In June we reported that a former TSA agent was arrested on felony cocaine charges. This week WKBW reported that Todd Stoddard received a very lenient sentence when he was sentenced to up to five years probation. I’m not a lawyer, but that seems like a very minimal sentence for being charged with six counts […]

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21 Drone Pilots Face Racketeering Charges In Arizona

Written by John Odermatt on October 25, 2013

The Predator drone pilot’s cockpit is a safe, air-conditioned trailer. They do not breathe the air of the foreign lands their bombs destroy. Yet they are able to snuff out lives on the ground with the push of a button. The scrutiny directed towards drone pilots continues to increase as more open their eyes to […]

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Conterfeiting: A Federal Monopoly

Written by John Odermatt on October 18, 2013

One sure-fire way to end up being charged with a felony is by competing with a monopoly that is run by the State.  Crimes against the State are always pursued aggressively and punished to the highest letter of the law. Creating copies of the only approved fiat currency ranks at the top of the list. […]

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Student Charged for Leaving Fishing Gear in Car

Written by John Odermatt on October 4, 2013

Libertarians and conservatives often get chastised by liberals for holding a principled stance against “gun free” or “weapon free” zones. The enforcement of these zones not only makes people less safe, it also creates a confusing situation where a few elected officials try to determine which objects should be categorized as weapons. Although, the individuals […]

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