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Boston police attempt to intimidate blogger

By William R. Toler To paraphrase Carlos Miller, the Glik decision doesn’t seem to be worth the paper it’s written on…or the $170,000 settlement that resulted from it. In the 2011 case brought up in the First Circuit Court of … Continue reading

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Update: Suspended student returns wearing same shirt

By William R. Toler After being suspended for refusing to turn his shirt inside out, Jared Marcum returned to school Monday wearing the very shirt that led to his suspension and arrest. That shirt portrayed a rifle and the logo … Continue reading

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Former TSA agent convicted for groping agency supervisor

By William R. Toler The Transportation Security Administration, as Lew Rockwell puts it, gets to keep its “monopoly on  airport molestation.” Carol Price, a former TSA agent, was found guilty of battery for essentially treating a TSA supervisor the same … Continue reading

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High-profile defendants rejecting plea deals

By Clyde Voluntaryist Never Take a Plea John Edwards did it. So did Roger Clemens. They both rejected plea deals. John Edwards’ plea deal included serving time in federal prison. Roger Clemens rejected a plea deal that would have spared … Continue reading

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