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    by Published on 07-24-2015 02:25 PM

    The Army has warned its recruiters to treat the gun-toting civilians gathering at centers across the country in the wake of the Chattanooga, Tenn., shooting as a security threat.

    Soldiers should avoid anyone standing outside the recruiting centers attempting to offer protection and report them to local law enforcement and the command if they feel threatened, according to a U.S. Army Recruiting Command policy letter issued Monday.
    “I’m sure the citizens mean well, but we cannot assume this in every case and we do not want to advocate this behavior,” according to the Army Command Operations Center-Security Division letter, which was authenticated by the service.

    Recruiters were ordered not to interact or acknowledge the armed civilians, who have been
    by Published on 07-07-2015 03:30 PM

    A western Michigan woman heads to court Tuesday after being arrested for failing to renew her dog’s license.

    Becky Rehr says she drove to the Kalamazoo County sheriff’s office June 23 to prove that she’s recently renewed the license for the family’s 11-year-old dog, Dexter. Rehr’s 14-year-old daughter waited in the car as her mother was arrested, fingerprinted and held for three hours, The Kalamazoo Gazette said.

    “They frisked me and put me in this intake cell with all these inmates in orange jumpsuits,” Rehr said. “I was pretty nervous.”

    Failure to license a dog is punishable by up to 90 days in jail and $100 fine.

    County animal control Director Steve Lawrence said his office gave the 47-year-old Cooper Township woman numerous phone,
    by Published on 07-07-2015 02:25 PM

    A SMALL private firm in the US has developed a surveillance system of Orwellian proportions that could very well be the future of big brother.

    Thirty kilometres above a chosen city, a plane hangs out of sight of the thousands of people scurrying below — continuously circling the metropolis underneath. Every second, the plane takes a photo of the entire city and all the happenings within a 64sq km radius. The images are beamed down to a control centre where they create what is akin to a real-time Google map of everything taking place.

    When a crime occurs, teams of analysts simply scroll back in time to the scene of the incident and identify those involved. From that point, they can follow the target by clicking forward through the images to the present moment and
    by Published on 06-18-2015 07:40 AM

    A Huntsville man joined the military to fight for our rights, but now he says his own rights are being threatened.

    SLIDESHOW: Couple's 'off the grid' home

    A veteran and his girlfriend said their home was deemed 'unsafe' by city officials because they choose to live by self-sufficient means.MORE
    Tyler Truitt and his girlfriend Soraya Hamar are currently living within city limits but without city utilities.

    Huntsville officials said that's not allowed. The city filed a lawsuit against Truitt and Hamar, calling their self-sufficient lifestyle unsafe.

    The couple says they'd rather be arrested than leave their land.

    "We live out here off the grid, 100 percent self-sustaining,"
    by Published on 04-18-2015 07:40 AM

    The Third Amendment, which guards against the quartering of soldiers in citizens’ homes – and which came into being because of the abuse of British troops against American patriots – has just been dinged by a judge who ruled the provision doesn’t apply to police.

    In essence, that means police on official business could claim the legal right to bust into a private citizen’s home and occupy it.

    The determination from federal district court Judge Andrew Gordon was rendered when he dismissed a Third Amendment claim from a Henderson, Nevada, family who suffered that very fate.

    Anthony Mitchell and his parents Michael and Linda Mitchell sued the City of Henderson and several police agents in federal court for a July 2011 incident they described in court
    by Published on 03-27-2015 09:05 AM

    Nevada’s top judge recently had to appear before state lawmakers asking for more money for the state Supreme Court, apparently because law enforcement officers aren’t writing enough traffic tickets.

    Chief Justice James Hardesty testified before a joint Senate Finance and Ways and Means subcommittee, during which he told the panel that the court needed $700,000 by May 1 or it will be out of money. “Do you want me to close the judicial branch of government at the state level on May 1?” Hardesty said, according to the Las Vegas Review-Journal.

    He added that law enforcement is not generating the same amount of revenue from traffic tickets as it once did, and that’s robbing the high court of funds for operations. “I’m not faulting law enforcement; either they are understaffed
    by Published on 03-10-2015 09:00 PM

    If you see something, they’ll pay something.

    Two city lawmakers want to recruit everyday New Yorkers to help battle the scourge of idling vehicles by paying them for video footage that results in fines.

    City Council members Helen Rosenthal (D-Manhattan) and Donovan Richards (D-Queens) will introduce a bill Wednesday that would give citizens up to 50 percent of the summons revenue if they catch someone breaking the idling law, take a video and submit it to the Department of Environmental Protection.

    The exact cut for videographers would be determined by the DEP, they said. But citizen enforcers could makes hundreds — even thousands — of dollars.

    The bill would keep first-time idling violations punishable by just a warning, but would
    by Published on 03-04-2015 04:05 PM

    Dang bullets are just flying around, going about their business, when boom, someone that's mentally ill steps in front of one.

    A tweet by the NYPD's Twitter guru created a brief social media revolt on Monday.

    The tweet — "People off their meds r losing it &wlking into police bullets" — by Zachary Tumin, deputy commissioner of strategic initiatives, referred to a report that said a lack of mental health services has led to more mentally ill people being killed by police across the country.

    "As a consequence of the failed mental illness treatment system, an increasing number of individuals with untreated serious mental illness are encountering law enforcement officers, sometimes with tragic results," said the executive
    by Published on 03-02-2015 01:25 PM

    I think everyone should be saving towards the next election cycle. Absolutely! I believe everyone should begin saving up to the max donation allowed of $2600.

    There has been much, often heated, discourse on whether or not to contribute during the next election cycle. There are many pros and cons put forth by both sides with the deciding factor, IMHO, being an individuals personal preference towards the cause of liberty.

    So, what to do if you decide NOT to give to the next liberty contender?

    I recommend the following two choices.

    Rifle ( or rifle/sidearm combo) > $1200
    Ammo > $500
    Training expenses > $200 (Appleseed RBC course plus travel cost)
    Bug out bag > $400
    Travel expenses ...
    by Published on 02-18-2015 03:10 PM

    RIVIERA BEACH (CBSMiami) — A 90-year old’s home was destroyed by police conducting a raid but it appears they got the wrong house.
    The elderly woman shared her story of terror and what police are doing to clean up the mess.

    She’s called Riviera Beach home for 25 years, but back on December 18th around 1 p.m., the 90-year-old woman, who asked not to be identified, had some uninvited guests.

    “I don’t know how the cops got in here. The noise woke me up when something said boom! Like a bomb or something,” said the 90-year old.

    There was shattered glass, a busted door, and traces of a flash bang device.

    Riviera Beach Police said after evidence of criminal activity, they got a search warrant.

    “Cops standing
    by Published on 02-15-2015 08:15 AM


    ..the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, And Firearms wants to reclassify common SS109/M855 5.56 NATO ammunition as “armor-piercing” and ban it from import, manufacture, or sale.

    The cartridge had previously been classified “exempt” from the ban on so-called “armor-piercing” ammunition.


    SS109/M855 is one of the two most common loadings for 5.56 NATO chambered AR-15 rifles, featuring a 62-grain bullet with a mild steel penetrator core. The cartridge was adopted ...
    by Published on 01-22-2015 02:35 PM

    ATLANTA (CBS46) -
    Carrie Mills is a retired Atlanta Police officer with 30 years on the job - primarily in APD's drug unit.

    Mills is now a union rep for the International Brotherhood of Police Officers. She considers herself an expert on search warrants, particularly no knock warrants, which allows officers to enter a structure without knocking first.

    Mills says no-knock warrants helped close a lot of cases while she was an officer.

    "If we knock and announced, all evidence is going to be destroyed," Mills said.

    ( Sooo...problem solved? p4p )

    State Sen. Vincent Fort, (D-39), has announced plans to introduce a bill that would make it harder to get no-knock warrants.

    Fort says he was
    by Published on 12-22-2014 09:25 AM

    Now it is.....

    The New York Patrolmen's Benevolent Association, the NYPD's union, has issued this statement following the deaths of two police officers in an ambush:

    "Starting IMMEDIATELY: At least two units are to respond to EVERY call, no matter the condition or severity, no matter what type of job is pending, or what the opinion of the patrol supervisor happens to be.

    “IN ADDITION: Absolutely NO enforcement action in the form of arrests and or summonses is to be taken unless absolutely necessary and an individual MUST be placed under arrest.

    “These are precautions that were taken in the 1970's when police officers were ambushed and executed on a regular basis.

    “The mayor’s hands are literally dripping with our
    by Published on 12-17-2014 03:35 PM

    HOUSTON (FOX 26) -
    Chad Chadwick has something many citizens can only covet - a spotless record.

    "These cops are out of control. They are ruining good people's lives. I am a good man. I have done everything I can to show that, as a father, as a citizen, as a worker," said Chadwick.

    But on the night of September 27th, 2011 Chadwick's commitment to living within the law did him no good at all.

    It started when a friend concerned for Chadwick's emotional well-being called Missouri City police to Chad's Sienna apartment where he'd been distraught, drinking and unknown to anyone, had gone to sleep in the bathtub.

    A SWAT team was summoned.

    "They told a judge I had hostages. They lied to a judge and told
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