Watch 12-Year-Old Girl Own Cop for Threatening to Arrest Her for Her Journalism

Watch 12-Year-Old Girl Own Cop for Threatening to Arrest Her for Her Journalism By Matt Agorist Patagonia, AZ — If you have been to the Free Thought Project before, chances are you’ve seen one of the countless videos we’ve covered showing police officers threaten to arrest people for practicing their First Amendment right to film in public. However, the following video is unlike any we have ever seen, as the person flexing their rights is a 12-year-old girl, who runs her own news company out of Arizona. Hilde Kate Lysiak…

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How Consumer Rights Are Denied While Oppressive Vested Interests Legislation Gets Passed

How Consumer Rights Are Denied While Oppressive Vested Interests Legislation Gets Passed By Catherine J. Frompovich Currently, we live in a “time capsule” of corporate vested interests that will do everything, and just about anything, to get their vested interests and goals enacted into either federal legislation and/or individual state statutes. The most ridiculous farce ever regarding such interests revolve around microwave technology, especially those business entities that promote microwave devices, cell towers, Wi-Fi including 4G and fast-tracked 5G communications.  NO documented research proves microwaves are safe for humans, the…

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Precedent Set: State Supreme Court Rules Police Can’t Arrest Students for Using Medical Marijuana on Campus

Precedent Set: State Supreme Court Rules Police Can’t Arrest Students for Using Medical Marijuana on Campus By Jack Burns The Arizona State Supreme Court ruled this week that college students who are medical marijuana users will no longer have to live in fear of being arrested and labeled as felony drug users if they are caught on campus with their medicine. The ruling also has national implications in states where cannabis is legal for medicinal use but possession on campus is not. The fight for justice in Arizona was led by…

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