Monthly Archives: January 2013

Unhappy Piggy

This is from CopBlock.org: Every morning during my commute to work in the subway I encounter a variety of violations of peoples constitutional rights. From NYPD’s racist stop and frisk policy to their unconstitutional bag searches of peoples personal belongings. NYPD also deploys a half-dozen officers with assault rifles to stand around and terrorize subway…

The Mind of an Enforcer

Want to understand how cops think? Or rather, how thought-less they are? Here’s a deconstruction of an interview (full text here) Yahoo conducted with ex-traffic op Mike Brucks: Yahoo asked Brucks, “How much leeway do you give someone before writing them a speeding ticket?” Brucks answered: “The speed limit in Texas used to be 60…

A lesson in urban warfare

As a seasoned traveler and thorough skeptic of the current world order, I would like to humbly recommend that the American people acquaint themselves with the story of Vokovar in Croatia. Vukovar was defended by around 1,800 lightly armed soldiers of the Croatian National Guard and civilian volunteers, against 36,000 JNA soldiers and Serbian paramilitaries…

60 days in jail for rescuing injured baby deer

(From Mike Adams/Natural News): An Indiana couple saved a wounded baby deer and nursed it back to life, saving its life and giving it a home. They named it “Little Orphan Dani.” When Indiana state officials got word of this courageous act of compassion, they ordered the deer euthanized. (Because government wants to kill everything…

Why They Will Lose This Time

A reader – several readers – express their sense of hopelessness. That 1930s Germany is replaying itself out right before our eyes – and that most Americans either don’t see it or don’t care. One reader put it as follows: “I wish I had some faith in all of this but history isn’t kind to…

Money (And Hassle) Savers

The wise mechanic says: Avoiding the need for repairs is the best way to save money on repairs. Here are a few tips and tidbits along those lines: * Parking brake on first – It’s a small thing – but could save you a great deal of money. By putting the parking brake on before…