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Secret Car Comparments? You Go to Jail!

Written by John Odermatt on November 22, 2013

Apparently, the Ohio Legislature has lost their minds. The busy bodies in the Ohio Legislature figured they could stay one step ahead of drug dealers if they criminalized the secret compartments in cars that aid in the clandestine operations of drug traffickers. The legislation, which passed the State Senate and House overwhelmingly in June 2012, […]

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Invisible Crack Houses

Written by Gary North on November 18, 2013

In every American city, there are crack houses. Addicts know where they are. That is why crack houses make money. The police seem not to know where these crack houses are. That is why crack houses make money. How is it that the crackheads know where the crack houses are, but the police do not? […]

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“Any Felony Convictions?” It’s Illegal to Ask.

Written by John Odermatt on November 15, 2013

Liberals never seem to learn from their prior mistakes. It is hard to find a better example of a liberal disaster in the United States than Michigan. The “Great Lakes State” symbolizes the destruction that results from massive intervention by the State. The state of Michigan is a graveyard littered with formerly productive companies that […]

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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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Public School Record-Keeping: Stolen Textbooks Went Unnoticed for Five Years.

Posted on September 6, 2013

A Long Beach book buyer has been accussed of stealing thousands of new and used textbooks from four school districts in a massive scheme that involved 12 other people, including two librarians, a campus supervisor and a former warehouse manager. Bellflower, Inglewood, Lynwood and Los Angeles unfied school districts were impacted by the scheme, according […]

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Asset Forfeiture: The Cops Just Take Your Money

Posted on August 6, 2013

The basic principle behind asset forfeiture is appealing. It enables authorities to confiscate cash or property obtained through illicit means, and, in many states, funnel the proceeds directly into the fight against crime. In Tulsa, Oklahoma, cops drive a Cadillac Escalade stenciled with the words “This Used To Be a Drug Dealer’s Car, Now It’s […]

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Holder Says: “Don’t Stand Your Ground. Run.”

Written by Gary North on July 17, 2013

Attorney General Eric Holder stood his ground at a meeting of the NAACP. He said that “stand your ground” laws are bad. He thinks black people, like all other people, should not carry a gun. They should not stand their ground when threatened. He said this. Separate and apart from the case that has drawn […]

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