A Long Island man is facing 30 days in jail for laughing in his own home, according to The Huffington Post. Forty-two-year-old Robert Schiavelli, who suffers from a mental disability, was cited twice for “disturbing the peace” due to his loud laughter.
Anthony Brasfield, a 40-year-old Florida man, was arrested Sunday for releasing a dozen heart-shaped helium balloons into the air in what was to be a romantic gesture for his girlfriend, according to SunSentinel.com.
In arguing to limit ammunition for guns, Sen. Dianne Feinstein (D-Calif.) said, “it’s legal to hunt humans with 15-round, 30-round, even 150-round magazines.”
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67kipfIW8Bc] ‘You’ve Got to Be Kidding Me’: Woman Reportedly Ticketed for Driving 2 Mph UNDER the Speed Limit | Video | TheBlaze.com
Slow drivers are one of the biggest dangers on the road and should be treated like speeders, a report says today.
Despite gas prices garnering the lion’s share of news coverage lately, something altogether different is a major source of frustration for the American driver these days. Motor Trend, the world’s automotive authority on cars, trucks and SUVs, recently completed a poll to determine the top-five sources of irritation for drivers. Topping the list was being stuck behind slow drivers, with more than forty percent of the respondents in this latest poll citing this as their chief annoyance.
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Hz7qt7XvUAE] The White House Is for Sale Under Barack Obama, Too | Mother Jones
the New York Times revealed that supporters who raise or donate $500,000 or more will score invites to quarterly meetings with Obama and other exclusive perks unavailable to run-of-the-mill Obama supporters. “Access to the president should never be for sale,” said Common Cause president Bob Edgar.
The Obama administration is drawing up plans to give all U.S. spy agencies full access to a massive database that contains financial data on American citizens and others who bank in the country, according to a Treasury Department document seen by Reuters.
A former state trooper founded Social Net Watcher as a way for school districts to monitor students posts on social media in real time.
Destroying a man’s life over $13
[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gaB45iWDO9c] This is an old post I wrote about women lying about men. Girls Who Lie About Their Age Should Be Charged With A Sex Crime | Casey Hendrickson
Men facing legal repercussions as a result of girls lying about their age is a major problem in our society.
A legislative committee is backing a proposal to require drug testing for some Indiana welfare recipients despite complaints that it’s unfair to the state’s neediest residents.
Legislation that would put stiffer restrictions on the sale of pseudophedrine — the main ingredient in many over-the-counter decongestants — continued to breeze through the Indiana General Assembly.
An alleged North Korean propaganda video has emerged online that claims Americans drink ‘hot snow’ as coffee, live in tents and eat wild birds on Tuesdays,
Former NBA star Dennis Rodman says he is going to return to North Korea in August after his recent controversial visit.
In 2010 a federal immigration judge awarded political asylum to a family whose German government was persecuting for having the temerity to homeschool their children. Now, three years later, the Obama administration seems poised to reverse that decision and deport the family back to Germany.
That is essentially what Justice Department lawyers are arguing in the legal brief for the case, Romeike v. Holder, which is currently in the Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals. They argue that Germany did not violate the Romeike’s human rights because the ban on homeschooling is a ban for all, not any specific group. Since German law does not prevent, for instance, only evangelical Christians from homeschooling, the Romeike’s are not being persecuted for a religious reason.
Conservative Strong, Today President Obama met with House Republicans and Congresswoman Jackie Walorski asked him a question: Why can’t the government balance its budget like our families are forced to every day? President Obama answered: “America is not a family.”
Today President Obama met with House Republicans and Congresswoman Jackie Walorski asked him a question: Why can’t the government balance its budget like our families are forced to every day? President Obama answered: “America is not a family.”
U.S. Rep. Todd Rokita today took part in the House Budget Committee’s mark-up of the Fiscal Year 2014 Budget Resolution, which was introduced yesterday. In his opening statement, he highlighted the Medicaid reforms in the budget, which were based on the State Health Flexibility Act he introduced last Congress and reintroduced last month. He also commended the success of the Healthy Indiana Plan, which the House budget cites as a model for Medicaid reform efforts at the state level.
The House Budget Committee late Wednesday approved the latest budget from Chairman Paul Ryan (R-Wis.) on a party-line 22 to 17 vote.
If the federal government endorses an assault weapons ban, the Johnson County commissioners have said police in the county shouldn’t enforce it.