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Your right to remain silent may be used against you

By William R. Toler The robed wonders delivered yet another face-palm-inducing ruling Monday. According to the Supreme Court, now what you don’t say can be used against you in a court of law…unless you verbally invoke the Fifth Amendment. In … Continue reading

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Supreme Court sets up speech zone

By William R. Toler In a somewhat surpising move, the “High Court” made a decision that would have the justices of the 60s choking on their robes: protests are now banned on Court property. An addition was made to the … Continue reading

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Updates: Raub released, Ademo appeals

By William R. Toler One week after being detained, a former Marine can return to his Virginia home. Thursday, a judge ordered the release of Brandon Raub, who had been shuffled between two psychiatric wards since his “arrest” Aug. 16 … Continue reading

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Former Marine detained, held for mental evaluation over Facebook posts

By William R. Toler In a move that would have only seemed possible to some during the Bush Administration, a Virginia man has been taken into custody and is being held against his will,¬†without criminal charges. Former Marine Brandon Raub … Continue reading

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Judge rules lies equal free speech

By William R. Toler A man who was arrested for claiming to be a veteran got his walking papers from a federal judge last week who claimed the Stolen Valor Act unconstitutional. District Court Judge Robert Blackburn ruled that the … Continue reading

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