VIDEO: Got July 4th tyranny blues? These angry New Yorkers will cheer you
Jul04

VIDEO: Got July 4th tyranny blues? These angry New Yorkers will cheer you

DALLAS, July 4th, 2013 – For some of us, the 4th of July has morphed into a depressing reminder that post 9/11 America is no longer the land of the free. Yes, we still enjoy liberties that other countries do not, but our Constitution is in shambles and the rule of law hangs by a thread. Congressional disapproval is at historic highs and much of the country is dissatisfied with President Obama’s leadership. Despite this,...

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VIDEO: Iraq Vet Aaron Weiss’ epic slam of NY legislators over SAFE Act
Jul01

VIDEO: Iraq Vet Aaron Weiss’ epic slam of NY legislators over SAFE Act

VIDEO: Aaron Weiss speaking about the “Safe Act” DALLAS, July 3, 2013 – In a video sweeping the Internet, Aaron Weiss, an Iraq combat veteran and law enforcement officer, passionately addresses Dutchess County Legislature during discussions to repeal New York’s extreme gun-grabbing initiative, the NY SAFE Act. The video, recorded in March, is a stark, moving reminder of the difficult position legislators place both...

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Dear faux conservatives, please stop falsely claiming “Snowden aided Al Qaeda!”
Jun26

Dear faux conservatives, please stop falsely claiming “Snowden aided Al Qaeda!”

DALLAS, June 26th, 2013 – When Edward Snowden leaked internal documents proving the existence of a dragnet domestic spying program, most Americans were angry. Most, regardless of their political leanings, are wary of secret courts rubber-stamping orders without much oversight. Most are disturbed that the PRISM program collects and stores an unfathomable amount of sensitive information, which can be retroactively reviewed. But...

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14-year old Jared Marcum faces jail, fines for NRA shirt (Video)
Jun20

14-year old Jared Marcum faces jail, fines for NRA shirt (Video)

DALLAS, June 18, 2013 — Jared Marcum, 14, appeared in court this week. The West Virginia resident and former eighth grader was arrested and suspended after refusing to remove his “fight for your right” National Rifle Association t-shirt. Charged with obstructing an officer, Marcum faces a $500 fine and a maximum of one year in prison. According to Marcum’s stepfather, Allen Lardieri, the incident escalated as his son stood in line at...

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Goodbye 5th Amendment? Supremes rule silence can be used in court…sometimes
Jun20

Goodbye 5th Amendment? Supremes rule silence can be used in court…sometimes

DALLAS, June 17, 2013 – In a 5-4 decision regarding Salinas v. Texas, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that a potential defendant’s silence can be used against them during police interviews prior to arrest and reading of Miranda rights. In 1992, Genovevo Salinas voluntarily entered a Houston police station to discuss the murder of two brothers, Juan and Hector Garza. He complied with officer’s questions, but when asked whether shotgun...

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