Baby Critically Burned During SWAT Raid, Stun Grenade Thrown into His...

"It landed in his playpen and exploded on his pillow right in his face" The Free Thought ProjectMatt AgoristMay 29, 2014 The state's immoral, brutal, and...

Cops ‘Not Concerned with Saving Lives’ Refuse Free Life-Saving Overdose Reversal...

Apparently saving the life of a person who's experiencing an overdose it too inconvenient for cops in Pennsylvania, even when it's free and easy.
chief

Just After He Heroically Stopped Enforcing the Immoral War on Drugs...

Police chief who took a stand against the drug war and gave addicts help rather than locking them in cages has just been fired.

Nanny State: Town Bans the Sale of Alcohol To “Habitual” Drinkers

In what can only be described as modern-day alcohol prohibition, business owners will be required to check if the person they are selling alcohol to is a "habitual" drunkard.

Judge Compares Drug War to Slavery, Bravely Refuses to Put Convicted...

“Today a criminal freed from prison has scarcely more rights, and arguably less respect, than a freed slave"
Arpaio

“America’s Toughest Sheriff” Recommended for Criminal Prosecution for Targeting Brown People

America's toughest and perhaps most hated sheriff, Joe Arpaio, will soon face criminal contempt of court charges which could earn him time behind bars.
arrests

Every 49 Seconds — The ‘Land of the Free’ Kidnaps and...

643,000 people were arrested in 2015 for possessing a plant, making up 43% of all drug arrests and almost 6% of total arrests.
saliva

Not Just Your Breath — Police Now Conducting Saliva Swabs to...

In their relentless pursuit to determine what's inside your body, police begin pilot program to swab the inside of drivers' mouths to see if they are high.
cannabis

New Report Shows Colorado Cannabis Industry Contributes More to Economy Than...

In one year, the cannabis industry generated $2.39 billion, created 18,000 jobs, and demolished the black market.

Three Teenagers Facing 5 Years In Prison For Being Caught With...

Three young teens now face five years in prison due to a tyrannical legislative oversight within the state's marijuana laws.