Law-abiding Californians may not need to justify their need to carry concealed weapons, after the same three-judge panel that struck down restrictions on the permits earlier this year ruled Wednesday that it is too late for new opponents to join the fight against the ruling.
The decision by the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals would bar other law enforcement officials, including state Attorney General Kamala Harris, from appealing its ruling in a case originally brought by an independent journalist who sued the San Diego County Sheriff’s Department over its policy of requiring a specific reason for being allowed to carry a concealed weapon in public.
In this video Luke Rudkowski travels to the U.K to learn about a horrible situation with social services taking away children from parents. The parents in this case are Bhupeshkumar Navinchandra Patel and they explain in detail what they had to go through.
Jeff interviews Dan Dicks independent journalist for Press for Truth, topics include: Canada’s growing nationalism and militarism, the North American Union, terrorist threat used to grow state controls, false flag attacks, the importance of unbiased journalism, internet media, old media dying, joining the fight against the new world order, Luke Rudkowski, Anarchapulco media workshop…
Gun sales in Ferguson and surrounding areas have increased by 50 percent in recent weeks, as residents and law enforcement alike prepare for what might come from the grand jury’s ruling of Darren Wilson, the police officer who shot teenage Michael Brown.
“So maybe I get trapped here or something and have to have a John Wayne shootout,” said Dan McMullen, the owner of an insurance agency located near the site of the August shooting death of Brown, 18, CNNreported. “That’s the silly part about it: Is that going to happen? Not a chance. But I guess, could it? I’m the only white person here.”
Metro Shooting Supplies owner Steven King said that gun sales over the weekend skyrocketed from 30 to about 100, and that fear is the driving factor for the purchases.
More than two years ago, the IRS used a controversial policy known as civil forfeiture to empty the bank account of a small business owned by three Long Island brothers.The brothers, Jeff, Mitch, and Rich Hirsch, haven’t even been charged with a crime.
But the IRS is holding their $446,651 hostage while they struggle to run their convenience-store distribution business without that cash.”We’re very angry about this,” Jeff, 55, said recently over the phone. “I think it’s wrong, especially when you do nothing wrong, and you can prove you’ve done nothing wrong, and they still have your money.”The process of civil forfeiture allows the government — often police, but in this case, the IRS — to seize money thought to have been obtained illegally.
Families of the victims of the Sept. 11 attacks today celebrated a federal court’s ruling that allows relatives of people who died in the 9/11 terror attacks to sue Saudi Arabia.
Most of the hijackers who attacked the World Trade Center and the Pentagon in 2001 were from Saudi Arabia, and the complaint states that much of the funding for the al-Qaeda terrorists came from Saudi Arabia.
An attempt to Saudi Arabia in 2002 was blocked by a federal court ruling that said the kingdom had sovereign immunity. That ruling was reversed Thursday by a three-judge federal panel.
New York City, the marijuana arrest capital of the world, is reportedly poised to pull back its longstanding, controversial policy regarding marijuana arrests and make possession of small amounts just a ticketable offense.
NEW YORK — The New York Police Department, the largest and most influential police force in the United States, is reportedly set to reform one of its most controversial street tactics in minority neighborhoods: busting those found with small amounts of pot.
For nearly two decades, New York City has been the marijuana arrest capital of the world, booking hundreds of thousands of people – the vast majority of them black and Latino young men – and charging them with felony-level crimes for possessing small amounts of the drug.
www.lewrockwell.com This talk was delivered at the Costa Mesa Mises Circle on Society Without the State, November 8, 2014.
The term “anarcho-capitalism” has, we might say, rather an arresting quality. But while the term itself may jolt the newcomer, the ideas it embodies are compelling and attractive, and represent the culmination of a long development of thought.
If I had to boil it down to a handful of insights, they would be these: (1) each human being, to use John Locke’s formulation, “has a property in his own person”; (2) there ought to be a single moral code binding all people, whether they are employed by the State or not; and (3) society can run itself without central direction.
The president is subverting the Constitution—and America’s latest undeclared war in the Middle East is just the latest example.
For a generation, Democrats stood up against Republican presidents who they deemed to be too eager to go to war—or too ready to put troops in harm’s way without the full consent of the American people through their elected representatives in Congress.