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Arizona rancher gets hung jury, will not be retried

| May 2, 2024 | 48 Comments
Arizona rancher gets hung jury, will not be retried

  You might recall  George Allen Kelly, the Nogales-area Arizona border rancher who was on trial for killing an illegal border crosser on his land. He was accused of shooting an “unarmed man” after he fired warning shots to deter what he claimed were a band of armed men on his land. The body was […]

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Crypto-Clown Guilty

| November 4, 2023 | 42 Comments
Crypto-Clown Guilty

Trust me He was called the J.P. Morgan of crypto, the next Warren Buffett. He was reinventing money itself! He cultivated high-profile people and programs. Star quarterback Tom Brady and then-wife supermodel Gisele Bündchen became ambassadors for his FTX crypto exchange and reportedly received equity in the company as compensation. In June 2021, the company […]

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Travis King Charged with Eight Counts

| October 20, 2023 | 44 Comments
Travis King Charged with Eight Counts

Accused of Desertion Travis King charged with desertion for crossing into North Korea Story by Jordan Freiman Travis King, the U.S. soldier who crossed into North Korea from South Korea earlier this year, has been charged by the Army with several crimes, including desertion, assaulting other soldiers and officers, and soliciting and possessing child pornography, […]

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“Squad” Congressman Pulls the Handle

| October 1, 2023 | 56 Comments
“Squad” Congressman Pulls the Handle

Honest Mistake Rep. Jamaal Bowman Pulls Fire Alarm in House Office Building Mr. Bowman, a Democrat, pulled the alarm ahead of a rushed vote on a stopgap funding measure. Two investigations have been opened in the incident. By Kayla Guo and Gaya Gupta Representative Jamaal Bowman, Democrat of New York, pulled a fire alarm in […]

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NORKs to Expel Private King

| September 27, 2023 | 85 Comments
NORKs to Expel Private King

Buh-bye! No value to the North Koreans, so he’s apparently on the way out. North Korea says it will expel Travis King, the US soldier who crossed into the country in July KIM TONG-HYUNG SEOUL, South Korea (AP) — North Korea said Wednesday that it would expel a U.S. soldier who crossed into the country […]

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New Mexico Governor Bans Second Amendment

| September 10, 2023 | 36 Comments
New Mexico Governor Bans Second Amendment

Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham (D-NM) New Mexico governor orders suspension of open and concealed carry of guns in Albuquerque By Conor Powell and Andy Rose, CNN New Mexico Gov. Michelle Lujan Grisham has declared gun violence and drug abuse a public health emergency after a string of recent deadly shootings, some involving children. The emergency […]

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State-sponsored theft in Supreme Court

| July 12, 2023 | 23 Comments
State-sponsored theft in Supreme Court

Although its history dates much further back, civil asset forfeiture (CAF,  ‘cuz I am too lazy to keep writing it out) has really been in popular use since the ’70s.  Basically, it assumes an object can be criminal in certain cases. We tend to think of objects as more or less innocent or agnostic, right? […]

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Mikey Weinstein and the NDAA

| June 27, 2023 | 40 Comments
Mikey Weinstein and the NDAA

President, Military Religious Freedom Foundation  We’ve been following Mikey and his MRFF for quite some time now. Interesting fellow- Air Force U grad where he was apparently exposed to soul-searing harassment. He has proclaimed himself the guardian of civil rights for military members and will staunchly settle out-of-court for any display of Christianity he deems […]

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