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  • Letitia James' New Illegal Hotel List
    Letitia James' New Illegal Hotel List
    Letitia James Releases List of 30 Worst Illegal HoteliersAs the war over illegal hotels continues to expand in New York City with the advent of third part agents such as Airbnb and the other companies which make up the umbrella group PEERS,...
  • Rightful Remedy
    Rightful Remedy Conference in Charlotte
    The Rightful Remedy Conference will be held March 28 at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. The conference is being held in association with the Tenth Amendment Center and Young Americans for Liberty.Registration opens at 8 a.m. and the...
  • Liberty First Network continues efforts for privacy and to ban red light cameras
    Liberty First Network continues efforts for privacy and to ban red light cameras
    The Liberty First Network is supporting HB 571 and SB 1530 which was filed yesterday, February 26, 2015, by Florida Senator Brandes. Both bills contain necessary privacy protection provisions due to increased technology. These include protection...
  • Senatory Harry Reid
    Obama's ATF looks to deny American's access to AR-15 ammo
    According to an article in the Dallas Morning News yesterday, February 26, 2015, the Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (ATF) has proposed a ban on "green tip" AR-15 ammunition. The ban is lawless and unconstitutional,...
  • The State of the Union
    The actual State of the Union
    President Obama gave his version of the State of the Union and I’m going to give you the actual State of our Union.We are over 18 trillion dollars in debt which equals $56,250.00 for every one of us 320 million Americans’. When are you...
  • Former NYC Mayor Rudy Giuliani
    The Re-education of New York City’s Rudy Giuliani aka "A letter to the ex-Mayor”
    A definition of the word “Treason”: The betrayal of one's own country by waging war against it or by consciously or purposely acting to aid its enemies.“There is no Shelf-life when calling out a fool” – TheodoreW...
  • Unions vs. right to work
    Right-to-work legislation doesn't grow employment
    Wisconsin state Senate approved a right-to-work bill on Wednesday, as Republican leaders chose to fast-track the bill in what's known as an extraordinary legislative session, allowing for less debate than usual perhaps because the bill doesn&...
  • FCC votes for net neutrality
    FCC rules against state's rights on net neutrality, faces court challenge
    This morning, February 26, 2015, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) voted in favor of a net neutrality order which would override state's laws pertaining to Internet speeds of Internet service providers. The issue of net neutrality...
  • returning soldiers needing medical care
    A Culture of War: The Maltreatment of Those Who Served
    War has become an integral part of the American way of life. At any one time there is no less than 130 conflicts ie; (wars) going on in every corner of the globe. American “interests” are represented in nearly two thirds of these. On a...
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    The War on Science
    The cover story in the March 2015 issue of National Geographic contains many insights into why seemingly intelligent people doubt the overwhelming scientific evidence about climate change, evolution, vaccinations, and even the moon landings.The...
  • ALPA
    Sun Country Pilots grant union authority to call a strike-100% vote “Yes”
    “We do not want a strike – we want a contract” While workers continue to strengthen the economy through teamwork and dedication, Sun Country Airlines continues to reap the rewards while refusing to negotiate in good faith to...
  • Adrian Wyllie
    Florida Libertarian challenges Real ID compliant drivers license in court
    Former Libertarian Gubernatorial candidate and radio personality Adrian Wyllie announced today, February 26, 2015, that he will be in courtMondayto face criminal charges of driving with no valid license in his four-year legal battle against the...
  • Boca decides not to jail e-cigarette users, for now
    Boca decides not to jail e-cigarette users, for now
    Last night, February 24, 2015, the Boca Raton City Council was deciding whether to put in place a new ordinance to fine and jail residents and tourists if they used an e-cigarette in most public places, including private businesses. Proposed...
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    New York City at risk because of rising ocean levels
    A new report by the New York City Panel on Climate Change (NPCC) shows that several areas of New York City at grave risk because of rising ocean levels. But amazingly, New York City politicians seem to be paying attention to the risk.It’s...
  • Commuting to work in Hangzhou, China
    Activists say trade deal threatens local labor, environment, consumer protection
    You might wonder why our local activists - more typically animated about banning fracking, reforming elections, and overturning RLUIPA, the law that allows any religious institution to supersede local zoning , are so exorcised about the Trans...