Supreme Court Skips Out: TSA Body Scanners Are A-OK

Written by Gary North on October 2, 2012

Discretion is the better part of valor. The Supremes have decided that TSA body scanners are not a constitutionally relevant issue. We can always take the train. The Invasion of the Body Scanners will not be reversed from the nation’s last protection against invasions of privacy. We can always drive. The new technology was installed […]

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Resistance Movement: Parents Ignore Vaccination Requirements

Written by Gary North on June 25, 2012

One sign that younger Americans are beginning to resist regulation by the government is the increase in the percentage of parents who refuse to have their infants vaccinated.The public health bureaucracies issue warnings against this, but parents ignore it. In the liberal city of Portland, Oregon, something in the range of 10% of parents are […]

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Video Camera and Lawsuit: An Anti-Abortion Group Fights Back

Written by Gary North on March 12, 2012

A team of anti-abortion protesters had their signs removed by the police outside of  a public school in Mississippi. The group of pro-life youth activists first attempted to hold signs, distribute literature, and peacefully dialogue with students on a public sidewalk in front of Murrah High School on Monday. According to attorneys at Life Legal […]

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The Boycott Go Daddy Movement: Retalliation

Written by Gary North on December 29, 2011

Go Daddy is a fabulously profitable company. It registers web domain names. Its management made an expensive mistake. It came out in favor of the SOPA program, whereby the U.S. government can shut down websites without a hearing or trial — theft, pure and simple. No due process. No 4th amendment. An outfit launched a […]

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