New Jersey Town Proposes Jail Time for Owners of Barking Dogs

New Jersey Town Proposes Jail Time for Owners of Barking Dogs By Elias Marat A New Jersey town is looking to crack down on dogs who bark too much with a new proposal that could see pet owners thrown in jail. That’s right–residents whose dogs impede the “comfort or repose of anyone in the vicinity” in Saddle River, New Jersey, could face steep fines ranging between $100 to $1,000 along with possible sentences of community service or even incarceration for up to 90 days. In each case, the punitive consequences would…

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Jackboots in the Morning: No One Is Spared From This American Nightmare

Jackboots in the Morning: No One Is Spared From This American Nightmare By John W. Whitehead “This is jackboots in the morning. This is an American nightmare that they would arrest somebody like this.”—Judge Andrew Napolitano The American Police State does not discriminate. Whatever dangerous practices you allow the government to carry out now—whether it’s in the name of national security or protecting America’s borders or making America great again—rest assured, these same practices can and will be used against you when the government decides to set its sights on…

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The Danger Within: Border Patrol Is Turning America Into a Constitution-Free Zone

The Danger Within: Border Patrol Is Turning America Into a Constitution-Free Zone By John W. Whitehead “Necessity is the plea for every infringement of human freedom. It is the argument of tyrants; it is the creed of slaves.”— William Pitt How far would you really go to secure the nation’s borders against illegal aliens? Would you give the government limitless amounts of money to fight yet another endless war? Surround the entire country with concrete walls and barbed wire? Empower border police to do whatever it takes to crack down…

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French Government Moves to Impose a Police State in Response to Gilets Jaunes

French Government Moves to Impose a Police State in Response to Gilets Jaunes By Kurt Nimmo Marking up the Arc de Triomphe, smashing the face of the Marianne statue, a symbol of the French state, and trashing private property along the Champs-Elysees will be considered minor incidents if the Yellow Vests pull off their next move—an organized run on the banks. According to activist Tahz San, the aim of the latest protest is to “scare this (French) state completely legally and without any violence, yet more effectively than ever expected.”…

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America Is on the Brink of a Nervous Breakdown

America Is on the Brink of a Nervous Breakdown By John W. Whitehead “As nightfall does not come at once, neither does oppression. In both instances, there is a twilight when everything remains seemingly unchanged. And it is in such twilight that we all must be most aware of change in the air – however slight – lest we become unwitting victims of the darkness.” ― Supreme Court Justice William O. Douglas Yet another shooting. Yet another smear of ugliness, hatred and violence. Yet another ratcheting up of the calls…

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Schools Pushing For Police-Grade Surveillance Technology To “Protect” Students

Schools Pushing For Police-Grade Surveillance Technology To “Protect” Students By Aaron Kesel After the most recent school shooting in Parkland, Florida, schools across the U.S. are installing police-grade surveillance “gunshot-detection systems,” metal detectors and even biometric locks requiring facial recognition or a person’s iris, The Atlantic reported. Hermosa Elementary in Artesia, New Mexico, has installed a network of wireless microphones that can analyze the audio signature of gunfire. The devices are placed high on the ceiling in classrooms and hallways to alert authorities of the sound and location of gunshots. They…

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Arizona Engineer Challenges “Constitution-Free” Border Checkpoints After Being Stopped 400 Times

Arizona Engineer Challenges “Constitution-Free” Border Checkpoints After Being Stopped 400 Times By Aaron Kesel A lawsuit filed by University of Arizona engineer Terry Bressi is the latest round in an ongoing battle that border residents have been waging against the Customs and Border Protection (CBP) and its “citizenship checkpoints.” Just before July 4th, Terry Bressi filed a revision to his complaint against the Pima County Sheriff’s Department (PCSD.) In April 2017 Bressi was detained for hours at the CBP SR 86 checkpoint, located halfway between Tuscon and the Kitt Peak National…

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California Schools Sued for Putting Kids on Probation for Defying Authority

California Schools Sued for Putting Kids on Probation for Defying Authority By Carey Wedler (CW) — Last week, the school system in Riverside County, California, was hit with a major lawsuit from multiple legal advocacy organizations over its policy of placing misbehaving and poorly performing students on probation, allegedly funneling them into the “school-to-prison pipeline.” The ACLU, the ACLU of Southern California, the ACLU of Northern California, the ACLU of San Diego, the National Center for Youth Law, and Sheppard Mullin, Richter & Hampton LLP, filed a lawsuit to fight what they…

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New App “Report It, Don’t Ignore It” Encourages Students To Spy On Each Other

New App “Report It, Don’t Ignore It” Encourages Students To Spy On Each Other By Aaron Kesel The “Report It, Don’t Ignore It” application released by Henderson County Public Schools is encouraging students to spy on each other and report suspicious activity within the app, Blue Ridge Now reported. Henderson County students in the upcoming school year will be able to report their peers to administrators using their smartphones. The app is available on both Android, IOS and has a web version which allows users to upload up to three pictures…

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School Strip-Searches 6th Grade Girls’ Class After Cop Accused them of Hiding $50 in Their Underwear

School Strip-Searches 6th Grade Girls’ Class After Cop Accused them of Hiding $50 in Their Underwear By Matt Agorist Houston, TX — What started with an alleged missing $50 in a middle school choir class ended in 22 depraved and disgusting strip-searches of innocent children on behalf of the state. Now, after a ridiculous back and forth in the court system, the taxpayers are being held liable. According to the court documents, the incident began when $50 allegedly went missing during a 6th grade choir class at Houston’s public Lanier Middle…

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