Category Archive: The police state

Apr 13

Baltimore Cops Ran Over a Running Victim with a Car, then Planted a BB Gun on him

On March 26, 2014, Sgt. Wayne Jenkins, the leader of Baltimore’s disgraced Gun Trace Task Force, called fellow Sgt. Keith Gladstone, saying he had run over an arrestee. Jenkins asked Gladstone to bring him a toy gun to plant on the injured “arrestee.” Many cops carry “throwdown” weapons in their patrol cars for just such …

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Jan 14

Canadian Law Enforcement demands Canadians report “anti-authority” opinions

By Dr. Roger Roots, Founder of Lysander Spooner University The Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) are the Canadian equivalent of America’s FBI. Canadians seem to revere and idolize the RCMP. I took the attached photos of RCMP teddy bears and t-shirts for sale in the gift shop at the Prince of Wales Hotel just north …

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Jan 07

Australian government locks down unvaccinated citizens, barring them from work or exercise

Australia has quickly become one of the greatest tyrannies in human history–supposedly in response to a disease “pandemic” that has (at most) a 3/10ths of 1% death rate for those infected. PJ Media reports that citizens who fail to submit to government-sponsored COVID-19 injections are prohibited in one province from even going to work or …

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Jan 07

India arrests citizens who cheered Pakistan’s victory over India in cricket match–for sedition

Uttar Pradesh, India. October. The Guardian reports that “Indian police have arrested seven Muslim youths for allegedly celebrating Pakistan’s victory over India in a cricket match.” The prospective charges: sedition, cyberterrorism and “promoting enmity among groups.” “[F]ederal cabinet minister Sidharth Nath Singh, told NDTV news channel that Uttar Pradesh police would take the strictest possible …

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Oct 25

Mark Steyn: “Risk Averse Societies are Societies in Decline”

The great conservative intellectual Mark Steyn was the special guest of the Institute of Public Affairs on October 14, 2020. Steyn appeared via Zoom at the Australian event, due to governmental restrictions on gatherings and travel imposed in wake of the global covid-19 panic. Steyn gave a grim description regarding the prospects of survival for …

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Aug 01

OVERREGULATION: Climbing Mount Rainier requires two separate government permits and a “Recovery Fee”

MOUNT RAINIER, the highest mountain in the State of Washington and the most glacier-covered mountain in the contiguous U.S., is a mecca for mountaineers in the Pacific Northwest. But government regulations are higher than the snows on the mountain. Those seeking to summit the peak must obtain TWO separate permits: a “wilderness permit,” and a …

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Oct 26

What really caused the 2014 riots in Ferguson, Missouri? A new study suggests they were fueled by “taxation by citation”

Reason’s Brian Doherty is out with an article on city governments that use “taxation by citation” as major components of their income. Doherty cites a study from the Institute for Justice, “The Price of Taxation by Citation.” The study looked at 3 Georgia cities which derive 14 to 25 percent of their revenue from petty …

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Sep 24

For centuries the spousal privilege kept government from compelling husbands or wives to testify against their spouses. The New Mexico Supreme Court just abolished this protection.

By Roger Roots, founder, Lysander Spooner University The law means nothing; the State’s keys must unlock all doors. Using arguments from the feminist movement, the New Mexico Supreme Court summarily struck down the spouse privilege on August 30, 2019 in a case entitled State v. Gutierrez. The Court did so without consultation with its own …

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Sep 04

MAJOR DEVELOPMENTS IN THE JEFF WEINHAUS CASE

The officer who shot Weinhaus was previously diagnosed with extreme PTSD and tested positive for mind-altering drugs immediately after Weinhaus’ shooting; yet prosecutors hid this information from Weinhaus’ defense lawyers. Jeff Weinhaus, the Missouri activist journalist who was gunned down by state troopers in 2012 and then sentenced to 30 years for assaulting an officer, …

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Aug 29

More DOJ lies: Secret memos reveal prosecutors knew that Backpage.com was innocent of “human trafficking”—but they launched a prosecution anyway. Now a federal judge has ordered the memos sealed

In case more proof was needed that government budgets are bloated and overflowing . . . For years, US voters have elected politicians who promised to cut government. Such politicians have then gone to state and federal capitols and voted for ever-more government. A frequent tactic of “limited government” Republicans who win elections is to …

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