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Rules for Resisting the Police State

Knowing your rights is only part of the battle, unfortunately. The hard part comes in when you have to exercise those rights in order to hold government officials accountable to respecting those rights. Should We Just Follow Orders? Rules of Engagement for Resisting the Police State “Let your motto be resistance! resistance! …

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After This Cop Got Schooled at DUI Checkpoint and the Video Went on Youtube, He Retaliated

This stunning abuse of authority shows clearly the lengths to which some officers will go to retaliate against citizens that flex their rights. Napa, Calif. – On August 22, Johnathan Travis Moore, was stopped at a DUI checkpoint in Napa, California, according to the Napa Valley Register. Passenger Ryan Tregaskis …

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Ferguson Demonstrators Perform Stunning Protest at St. Louis Symphony Orchestra

“Which side are you on my friend? Which side are you on?” In perhaps one of the most beautifully organized and powerful protests of recent memory, Ferguson activists organized a flashmob and went to St. Louis Symphony Orchestra Saturday evening to sing a Requiem for Michael Brown, the unarmed teenager …

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New Ordinance Would Allow Cops to Enter Private Property Without a Warrant

Montville, N.J. – In the upscale New Jersey community of Montville, in Morris County, a proposed ordinance could give sweeping power to law enforcement that would allow officers the right to enter private property without a warrant if underage drinking is simply suspected. Under the new ordinance officers would have …

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Is that a Drill Sergeant or a Police Officer? Belligerent Cop Loses it On Man for Knowing His Rights

Highly questionable “Road side safety check” looks like a scene from military boot camp A video uploaded to Facebook Saturday paints a vivid picture of the American police state. Over the last decade the United States has witnessed an all-out attack on the Constitution. Freedom to travel unmolested is becoming a thing …

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