A Dad Makes a Low-Budget Video With His Little Boy

Written by Gary North on September 25, 2012

If you want to know what someone can do with low-cost video equipment, watch this. It has had over 750,000 hits on YouTube. His son will never forget this. Neither will his grandchildren or their grandchildren. On YouTube, a creative video is forever. So is a non-creative video. Here is how you can start your […]

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Ron Paul & Wife Are Harassed by 8 TSA Anti-Terrorist Experts

Written by Gary North on August 30, 2012

When you work for the TSA (Transportation Safety Agency), you worry about terrorists. Day and night, you worry about terrorists. There is no terrorist as dangerous as a Congressmen who wants to eliminate the TSA. Cut its budget. Replace it with airline security funded by . . . airlines. Then what happens to the TSA’s […]

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“Stop Them Pictures,” Say Marine Commanders in Afghanistan

Written by Gary North on May 31, 2012

“Stop them pictures,” said the legendary “Boss” Tweed of New York City. He ran New York City politics in the 1870s. The pictures he referred to were political cartoons of him drawn by newspaper cartoonist Thomas Nast. Wikipedia reports: Tweed was convicted for stealing an amount estimated by an aldermen’s committee in 1877 at between […]

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Free Speech “Bubble Zones” to Protect Bubble Head Congressmen

Written by Gary North on March 9, 2012

Constitutional lawyer John Whitehead warns about new rules that violate the First Amendment. Congresspeople are doing their best to separate themselves from an increasingly unhappy electorate. Unfortunately, with gas prices rising, the economy tanking, the increasingly unpopular war effort dragging on and public approval of Congress at an all-time low, members of Congress have been […]

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You Can Now Record a Cop’s Public Acts in Illinois

Written by Gary North on March 7, 2012

The state of Illinois has a law that prohibits citizens from recording police who do things such as violate civil rights. The government said that the cop had to give permission. A local judge has struck down the law as unconstitutional. It is way too broad. The police are saying nothing. Maybe that is because […]

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Cops Confiscate a Reporter’s Cell Phone

Written by Gary North on February 6, 2012

From 2005 until 2008, I lived just across the state line below Memphis. The difference between Memphis and Horn Lake, where I lived, was not always visible when you crossed the state line. There were not always signs, “Welcome to Memphis.” There was no state line sign except on the freeway. But there were clearly […]

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