1.No Jail For Oklahoma Cop Who Lied About Beating Motorist
2.Dashcam Nails Cops Who Beat Man While Shouting "Stop Resisting Arrest"
3.De-militarize the Police Mindset
4.Video Of Ferguson Police Gassing News Crew And Dismantling Their Equipment
5.Crony Phony Drug War
6.Crash Victims, Witnesses Accuse Cops Of Fabricating Police Report Regarding Officer-Involved Collision
7.Jeremy Scahill Says If You Get Pulled Over By Cops They Can See If You Are On A "Watch List"
8.The Judicial System's Blessing Of Police Use Of Excessive Force Makes It Nearly Impossible To Hold Bad Cops Accountable
9.Cost of Renouncing US Citizenship Goes From Free In 2010 to 450$, And Now It's Been Jacked to $2,350
10.Shielding the Executioner: Shaun Cowley, Paul Cassell, and the Murder of Danielle Willard
Home of the Slave, Land of the Feeby Paul Hein
Strike The Root
My Fourth Edition of Black’s Law dictionary defines “slave” thusly: “a person who is wholly subject to the will of another.” The phrase “will of another” sounded familiar. I checked the same dictionary for “statute,” and found it defined as the “written will of the legislature.” You might come to suspect that a person subject to the legislators’ will—i.e. the “law”--is a slave of the legislators. Ah, no! That couldn’t be, in the Land of the Free!
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