In an incredible story from the USA Today, a man and his son were kicked out of an Arizona Cardinals football game after the man asked his 15-year old son to hold his beer so he could retrieve his camera from his pocket.
The U.S. government has cleverly designed a social entitlement system that pays people more than the minimum wage in 35 states according to the Cato Institute, a system that deincentivizes work and encourages lifelong dependence on the welfare state, not to mention solidifies a solid and reliable voting block.
For years, government bureaucrats have held steadfast in the claim that although the National Security Agency does possess significant technical capabilities, layers of rules and regulations prevent illegal activity and protects against the invasion of American’s privacy.
A Waco, TX program supposedly designed to “reduce criminal activity in apartment communities”, allows police officers to enter people’s apartment buildings, without their consent, to check for things like dead bolt locks, proper eye holes in the front door, and also make sure smoke alarms are properly maintained and fire extinguishers are present.
Operating under rules put in place by George W. Bush in 2008, the Department of Homeland Security has assumed the authority to search people’s electronic devices close to our nation’s borders. This means cell phones, cameras and computers can be confiscated and searched by the DHS, without cause, without suspicion and without any warrant – completely…
In an ordinance that has yet to be fully considered, a county in Oregon may soon debate a proposal that would allow police officers to search people’s coolers for alcohol without probable cause. Alcohol is prohibited by law in Clackamas County parks without a permit, according to the local Fox affiliate KPTV.
Not a week after Detroit’s bankruptcy filing, left-leaning pundits and big government believers hit the ground running, blaming “free trade” for its failures in the case of Michigan’s former Governor Jennifer Granholm, or “market forces” from the New York Times’ Paul Krugman, or simply “small government” from MSNBC’s Melissa Harris-Perry. For nearly 50 years Detroit…