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Cadence of Conflict: Asia, May 2, 2016

Last week’s unreported US military exercises in Taiwan’s southern city of Kaohsiung, along with the neighboring indictment of the minority party’s legislative control through vote-buying, no doubt sends an unreported message to Beijing. 355 more words

United States

Suit: Cops Violated Rights Of Man Taking Kids For Ice cCream

DAVE COLLINS
Associated Press

HARTFORD, Conn. (AP) — Two Connecticut officers are accused of violating a black man’s rights during a traffic stop last year when they frisked him and searched his car as his two frightened sons sat in the back seat, according to a lawsuit announced Tuesday. 358 more words

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It is Your Right to Remain Silent!

Celebrate Law Day in Franklin County at GCC
Law Day 2016 Explores the Right to Remain Silent

Why do the police “read citizens their rights” when arresting them? 641 more words

Hilltown Families

Opinion - The Pastrami Principle - Paul Krugman - The New York Times - John Gelmini

Dr Alf is right about Krugman, the truth is most Americans are deeply conservative, follow Judeo Christian thinking and believe in self reliance ,pulling yourself up by your bootstraps and “No free lunch”. 218 more words

Politics

N&O Reports on CLF, ACLU Coalition

Yesterday, Anne Blythe at the News & Observer reported on arguments at the North Carolina Supreme Court in Faires v. State Board of Elections. The case brings into question whether it is constitutional for the General Assembly to institute “retention elections” for Supreme Court justices without amending the state Constitution. 255 more words

Center For Law And Freedom

Lawmakers delay bathroom bill until Monday

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (WKRN) – Lawmakers have delayed discussion on the controversial bathroom bill until Monday.

Despite the delay, fallout from the bill continues.

Lawmakers argue that the state stands to lose as much as… 109 more words

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Indiana Trooper Fired For Preaching On Duty

INDIANAPOLIS (AP) – The Indiana State Police fired a trooper who is facing a second lawsuit accusing him of preaching to citizens while on duty, saying Thursday he disobeyed a written order to stop the practice. 371 more words

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