Category Archive: The police state

Jul 09

IRS accused Texas bridal shop of “structuring” deposits under $10,000. When the owners resisted, the IRS shuttered the store, seized all inventory and “auctioned” it off for pennies on the dollar

Astounding story of a small bridal shop in a suburb of Dallas. See here. It seems that the IRS accused the shop’s owners– Tony Thangsongcharoen, 68, and his wife, Somnuek Thangsongcharoen, 72–of “structuring”: making bank deposits just under $10,000 to avoid federal “reporting requirements.” The IRS shut down the small business and quickly held an …

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Jul 04

The arrogance of power: New Jersey Governor Christie relaxed on a “public” beach after his armed thugs threatened to arrest any commoners who approached

This is what government supremacists mean by “access to public lands.” Pictured above: the obese governor of New Jersey enjoys a State Beach with his own family while his government thugs bar the public from the beach. New Jersey’s high-taxing legislature has been wrestling over yet another immense State budget. While the New Jersey legislature …

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Jul 02

Prison authorities admit they “unintentionally” listened in on attorney/client meetings at Guantanamo Bay

Just 20 years ago most people would have laughed if you told them that the United States would soon hold people in prison for decades without warrant, without charge, and without trial. Now there have been “terrorist” suspects in Guantanamo Bay–with the U.S. flag flying above them–for 15 years without charge (and mostly without evidence). …

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Jun 26

Serial killers and rapists often rely on people’s blind trust in authority

Government schools, many civic groups, and some churches promote cop worship as a civic duty. This culture-wide cop- and soldier-worship allows for many abuses. Many serial killers and serial rapists rely on people’s trust of cops to victimize the public. Some wear cop clothing and pull over single women in rural areas to prey upon …

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Jun 02

Police now pulling over vehicles for “firewood checks”

The police state expands. Police in a number of jurisdictions are reportedly pulling over vehicles for “firewood checks.” The stated reason is to prevent cars from transporting firewood containing improper weeds, seeds, insects or invasive species. See here.

May 09

Impoverished Venezuelans who protest their government are now subjected to secret midnight military trials

Every government ultimately comes for all money, all property, all freedom, and to kill all who resist. Just 20 years ago, Venezuelans were the wealthiest people in Latin American. They had a thriving business and investment sector. Then the people voted for socialism. Now, after dozens of Venezuelans have died in the streets while protesting …

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May 05

Americans grow weary of tyranny: cops now turning to less aggressive policing techniques

The Washington Times is reporting on a poll of police officers nationwide. See here. It seems that officers are ‘de-policing’ as anti-cop hostility becomes the ‘new norm’ for long-suffering Americans. Years of seeing cops yell and shout at the American people, kick in their doors, shoot their dogs, and kill and hurt their friends and …

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Apr 14

Update: New speakers at Upcoming Las Vegas conference! Saturday, April 15, 2017

We have very alarming news to report regarding Ken Medenbach, our scheduled keynote speaker for April 15. Medenbach traveled to Nevada to watch the federal Bundy trial and to speak at Lysander Spooner University’s upcoming symposium. Ken is the world’s foremost authority on the history of judicial oaths and judicial review. Unfortunately, Ken was arrested …

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Nov 21

Growth in Jail Population Has Been Mostly Driven by Increased Incarceration of Innocent Inmates

While the jail population in the U.S. has grown substantially since the 1980s, the number of convicted people in jails has been flat for the last 15 years. Detention of the legally innocent has been consistently driving jail growth! See here!

Nov 15

Revealed: government “law enforcement” protected Mexico’s largest drug cartel, targeting lower-level competitors

. It has been frequently revealed that government “law enforcement” agencies make deals with the highest-level crime organizations and help the organizations eliminate lower-level competitors. The FBI’s “Organized Crime” unit in New England made a practice of aligning with Boston’s Irish mob and prosecuting the mob’s (mostly Italian) mafia rivals. The Irish mob, protected by …

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