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New York bill would make it a crime to ‘annoy’ police

By William R. Toler Those elected to allegedly serve the interests of “the people” in the State of New York, as usual are working on a bill to protect some of their own: the police. According to WIVB, legislators in … Continue reading

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‘Screwed’ again…this time by the court

By William R. Toler “First, he was ‘screwed by the town of Cary,’…Now he’s been screwed by the Fourth Circuit…” That was the reaction of the IR’s Corey Friedman when he heard the news of a appealate court’s decision to … Continue reading

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Secession obsession

By William R. Toler There has been a lot of talk lately about secession. If states should secede. If they CAN secede. Since the re-election of President Barack Obama, petitions from residents of all 50 states have flooded the “We … Continue reading

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Thoughts on the fallout of Amendment One

By Adam Carlson Well, the amendment passed and now the opinions are flying left and right like shit being hurled from the monkey house at the zoo. There have been a lot of people who voted for this amendment stating … Continue reading

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