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Ordinance: No single beers, dancing without permit

By William R. Toler I, myself, am often amused by life’s little quirks. Earlier this evening, Carlos Miller of Photography is Not a Crime posted a picture to his Facebook wall regarding the sale of beer. Miller, staying in Hazelwood, … Continue reading

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State apologizes for profiling

By William R. Toler Missouri officials apologized Monday for linking Ron Paul supporters to militia members and domestic terrorists, according to a release from the state’s Libertarian Party. Last week, a report from the Missouri Information Analysis Center drummed up … Continue reading

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Missouri mislabels terrorists

By William R. Toler A report given to Missouri law enforcement officials, has drawn quite a bit of controversy. First reported by radio host Alex Jones’ team, the report titled “The Modern Militia Movement” lists supporters of former presidential candidates … Continue reading

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Government takes aim at ammo

By William R. Toler The popular pro-gun phrase “You can have my gun…bullets first” may be the first step to severely dismantling the Second Amendment. The Ammunition Accountabiltity Act is being¬†introduced in 18 states, including North Carolina neighbors South Carolina … Continue reading

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