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Cop Block founder faces 21 years for attempting accountability

By William R. Toler A political activist faces a possibility of 21 years in a cage for asking questions and recording answers. Adam Mueller, affectionately known as Ademo Freeman, is charged with three counts of felony wiretapping for recording conversations … Continue reading

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Protesters stand up for ‘offensive’ speech, against penalty

By William R. Toler Dozens of protestors joined liberty activist Adam Kokesh Monday for a protest aimed at a Massachusetts bylaw that fines profanity. Kokesh, a former marine, organized the event outside the town hall after the people of Middleborough … Continue reading

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Profanity fine leads to planned protest

By William R. Toler WARNING: In the spirit of free speech, this post is completely uncensored. A recent decision by a Massachusetts town to fine foul language has spurred a massive, planned showing of civil disobedience. Liberty activist Adam Kokesh … Continue reading

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Scholar’s arrest about speech, not race

By Corey Friedman Henry Louis Gates’ civil rights weren’t violated. His constitutional rights, however, were thrashed. The prominent Harvard professor, an African-American who was confronted by a white police officer after forcing open the door to his own Cambridge, Mass., … Continue reading

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Two states pass pro-pot laws

By Corey Friedman For two states, green may be a more appropriate color on the electoral map than red or blue. Massachusetts residents voted Tuesday to decriminalize possession of one ounce or less of marijuana, while Michigan became the 13th state … Continue reading

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