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August 17, 2013

In Texas, you are not required to identify yourself until you've been lawfully ARRESTED. Being detained does not mean you must present identification.

The problem here is that the cop attempts to use a sneaky method to get the guy to talk, stating that if he doesn't talk to him he'll be detained/arrested. That's coercion. Saying you're not going to arrest the guy or cite him if he talks to you is not following the law. Either arrest/cite him or release him. But he is not required to sit and have a so-called "friendly chat" with anyone. But this is how cops show they're assholes. They pick and choose WHO to apply the law to and who not to, as well as when to apply the law and when not to. This is another bad cop.

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by The Young Turks

August 17, 2013

Congresswoman Eleanor Holmes Norton left a voicemail for a lobbyist in which she brazenly begs for a "contribution."

Although this occurred in 2010, It's a not-so-subtle reminder of how legalized bribery is the standard operating procedure in Washington. Until money is taken out of politics, this kind of corruption will only get worse and worse. The Young Turks host Cenk Uygur breaks it down.

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August 8, 2013

"You open the door when we come to your f*king house!" -- police officer in dekalb county

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by ReasonTV

August 7, 2013

Shawn Nee is an award winning street and documentary photographer living in Hollywood, California.

He says that on June 2, 2013, his right to take photos under the First Amendment was violated when Los Angeles Police Department officers detained him while working in Hollywood. Nee wears multiple body cameras on his person when he shoots photos in public and provided an edited version of June 2nd's events exclusively to Reason TV. "People have the right to take pictures in a public space and that includes photographing [police]," says Nee. "People have the right to know what goes on in their communities and in public." Nee was standing on a residential sidewalk taking pictures of a man he had been photographing for years when LAPD officers showed up about 90 feet away to investigate a domestic dispute. Nee took photos of the dispute from behind two chain link fences when he was approached by an officer...

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August 3, 2013

Two Canadians intending to cross the border to go shopping in New York are stopped, detained, interrogated, and then arrested. Listen to how the Border Patrol claims to stop "3 terrorists per day" and find out how this Canadian couple became part of that absurd statistic.

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August 2, 2013

Eyewitness video reveals the controversial use of deadly force by a Santa Ana police officer that resulted in the death of an unarmed homeless man.

"She exited her patrol car, gun drawn, and asked the gentlemen to get on the ground. The gentlemen didn't get on the ground, he was still inside the restaurant. She asked again. The man then exited the restaurant, and as he was exiting the restaurant, he said, 'What are you gonna do, b--?' About a second later, she shot him in the chest," he said.

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August 2, 2013

After stopping a car "because we have a lot of problems with fraud rental cars here," a female officer threatened to illegally pull a man out of his car and illegally search it.

When the citizen asked a simple question: "I being detained or I'm free to go?" "I'm asking you a question but you can be pulled you out of the car and I can search it if you really want," says the officer. "Um, how is that?" asks the citizen. "Any way I want. Doesn't mean I can use what I find, but I can do it. So you wanna do that? You wanna play that game? You little hardass?"

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by Peterthornenews

August 1, 2013

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by Markdice

July 29, 2013

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by Robert Higgs

July 29, 2013

Archived from the live Mises.tv broadcast, this lecture was presented by Bob Higgs at the 2013 Mises University, hosted by the Mises Institute in Auburn, Alabama, on 27 July 2013. Includes a Question and Answer period.

      
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