Looking down at your phone while driving in Indiana is no longer a crime. The Seventh Circuit US Court of Appeals set that precedent last week in dismissing charges against Gregorio Paniagua-Garcia, a man who glanced at his phone while behind the wheel on September 27, 2014. Under Indiana law, it is unlawful to use a cell phone to type, send or read a text message or e-mail while driving. All other uses of the phone are perfectly acceptable.
Another legally armed person has stopped a potential mass shooting in Hamilton, Alabama on February 10th, 2016.
The shooting occurred in the morning, a little over an hour before noon, over a distance of a couple of blocks.
Two people, 67-year-old Donny Miller and 61-year-old Linda Cole were killed in separate offices. The second victim was shot in an accounting office close to the bank pictured above. A WVTM13 crew was on the scene less than two hours after the ... (more)
Donald Trump said Monday night that he believes Hillary Clinton will likely get away with her use of a private email server while she was secretary of state, but said that as president, it's only fair that
Two can play at the "pull on the heart strings about losses due to terror" game apparently. While the FBI has rolled out the "but the poor victims of San Bernardino" argument for why it wants to force Apple into hacking the security of its own customers, Apple has countered with a big gun of its own: it has hired former Solicitor G... (more)
Trump has managed to turn Ann Coulter into a voice of reason in American politics.
In this clip from MSNBC's Hardball with Chris Matthews, Coulter says Bush does share "partial blame" for 911 because he took a stand against the racial profiling of Muslims at American airports one year before 9/11.
Eagles of Death Metal singer Jesse Hughes believes some of the 90 people who died in the Bataclan Theater would have survived if they had guns.
Speaking Monday on the eve of the band’s first Paris concert since the November 2015 terrorist attacks, Hughes echoed the controversial words of Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, whom he supports.
A group called the Free State Project is trying to get 20,000 libertarians to move to New Hampshire to push for political and legal changes. Members say the state's "Live Free or Die" ethos makes it a prime location for the political experiment.
The U.S. Supreme Court has dealt a decisive blow to President Obama's so-called EPA climate regulations. The Court may have stopped the EPA cold with the EPA regulations unlikely to be implemented before Obama leaves office. This will give political leaders time to mobilize and ensure that the EPA 'climate rules' never see the light of day. Delay is nothing short of a victory.
This is a major victory for U.S. sovereignty, energy freedom, climate science and a blow to economic cent... (more)
Julian Assange is warning Americans going to the polls today in New Hampshire not to vote for Hillary Clinton, telling them she's a "war hawk ... who gets an unseemly emotional rush out of killing people."
What kind of impact will 20,000 liberty-loving people make when they move to a small state, like New Hampshire? The country will soon find out.
MANCHESTER, NH (PRWEB) FEBRUARY 03, 2016: As of today, The Free State Project is the most successful intentional migration movement in American history. This is because today the organization has announced that 20,000 participants have signed the Statement of Intent to move to New Hampshire, where they will “exert their fullest practical e... (more)
Washinton, D.C. – A "critical warning" has been issued by Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes "to the entire U.S. military, but especially to the military Special Operations Command and community" with it secondarily being "addressed to federal LEOs, and especially to their SRTs, such as the FBI HRT (many of whom are former military special operations)."
The "warning" indicates that the escalation the situation in Oregon from a simple occupation of an empty federal building by ran... (more)
Rather than fire his employee for using a gun to defend himself and his fellow workers, as other despicable employers have done, a manager for a T-Mobile store in Chicago praised his employee for shooting two armed robbers and said he did "a great job."
Gun ownership challenges the power monopoly of the state. So it is no surprise that state enforcers like police get uncomfortable when citizens exercise their rights to open-carry firearms.
A man in Bridgeport, Connecticut recently found this out while open-carrying in town on Tuesday. Videos he recorded show his interactions with busy-body cops, who follow him from store to store harassing him for a permit that even one of them had to admit that they had no legal right to demand... (more)
During a sit down interview with Alex Jones released in part this morning, Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan said Donald Trump is right on the Muslim refugee crisis and warned America that if the Muslim imports are not property vetted "you could be letting in your own destruction."
"Our government has gone into nations with money from our congress to stimulate the dissatisfied and then arm them against a government that is their government. That's what America did in Libya... (more)
On “Fox News Sunday,” Republican presidential front-runner Donald Trump explained all of the things that were fair game if Democratic presidential front-runner Hillary Clinton made charges of sexism, most of which were about how Clinton handled her husband Bill Clinton’s indiscretions while she was first lady.
The Washington Post described it as "mind-boggling," Trump supporters in Lowell, Massachusetts packed an Arena to capacity with at least 8,000 people waiting for hours in freezing cold 28 degree temperatures to get in. <... (more)
Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy's three sons and "about 150" militiamen have occupied the Malheur National Wildlife Refuge HQ to protest the pending imprisonment of two Oregon ranchers accused of arson, arguing the federal government has no authority in local cases.
“We’re going to be freeing these lands up, and getting ranchers back to ranching, ge... (more)