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July 28, 2014

James "JC" Playford, with American News and Information Services, was reporting on an incident in downtown San Diego when an SDPD officer approached him.

The officer tells Playford to back up and only get long shots. Laughably the officer asserts that Playford cannot be this close to the scene, but ignores the dozens of passers-by walking right through it! During the argument between Playford and the SDPD officer, an informed citizen, Wendy from Seattle, chimes in, "He has a right to film you." "We know the laws in Seattle, we had this happen several times, and of course, you are in the right," she says says to Playford. When Playford asks Wendy if she thinks this cop is ignorant for not allowing him to film Wendy replies, "I don't know if it's ignorance, but it's wanting to control a situation that he cannot."

July 26, 2014

Talk about "The Sleeve" has spread quickly in the past five weeks. Fighting Chance Solutions has already made sales to 22 states. The inventors have also received calls from foreign countries, but it all started in Daniel Nietzel's Muscatine basement.

His simple household materials turned into an unbreakable steel piece. It slips quickly on a door's closer arm and prevents up to 600 pounds of force. He created this after all the tragic school shootings to protect students in the classroom.

July 24, 2014

"Chilling" is the word lawyers use to describe governmental behavior that does not directly interfere with constitutionally protected freedoms, but rather tends to deter folks from exercising them.

Classic examples of "chilling" occurred in the 1970s, when FBI agents and U.S. Army soldiers, in business suits with badges displayed or in full uniform, showed up at anti-war rallies and proceeded to photograph and tape record protesters. When an umbrella group of protesters sued the government, the Supreme Court dismissed the case, ruling that the protesters lacked standing -- meaning, because they could not show that they were actually harmed, they could not invoke the federal courts for redress. Yet, they were harmed, and the government knew it.

July 22, 2014

The DC Court of Appeals dealt a devastating blow to Obamacare today, striking down an IRS interpretation of a certain provision dealing with the Exchanges and subsidies.

Liberals know that Obamacare is in big trouble, and today's ruling confirms it. There are still other lawsuits out there that are challenging the healthcare law, looking at the Origination Clause of the Constitution. Any of these other lawsuits could deal the final blow that kills Obamacare.

July 21, 2014

The finer points of sending work emails without being annoying.

In the two decades since email began saturating most American workplaces, most people have come to agree on some basic etiquette rules, such as don't reply-all when you don't need to and avoid using all caps unless you're screaming at someone. But there are finer points of email etiquette that aren't as universally acknowledged but can make you a far more effective emailer. Here are five lesser-known email etiquette breaches that you might still make.

July 20, 2014

How many times have you heard a Democrat point to the stock market performance as proof of the success of the President's economic policies? Or the fact that corporate profits are up?

This chart shows you how to respond next time. Although stocks and profit are indeed up as a result of the Obama administration and Federal Reserve policies, it isn't translating to regular - non-Wall Street - Americans...

July 19, 2014

Top Marine General James Amos made a bold stand against Obama, calling him out for his failed foreign policy in dealing with the mess in Iraq.

Barack Obama's ever-shrinking fan club has been busy of late, slamming the president for his mishandling of practically every situation that comes across his desk. One of the many blunders on his list that is drawing the ire of his critics is the mistake of pulling out of Iraq too soon, leaving the country vulnerable to radical Muslim terrorists, who are now taking the country over a piece at a time.

July 18, 2014

The White House blatantly defied a Congressional subpoena for one of Obama's political advisers, refusing to testify before the House Oversight Committee.

Barack Obama's administration has taken lawlessness to an entirely new, unprecedented level. No administration in history has committed so many criminal acts, while arrogantly defying every effort at Congressional oversight. Yesterday it was announced that a political strategist in Obama's administration would not be appearing before the House Oversight Committee, despite a subpoena. This isn't the first time this has happened either, as Secretary of State John Kerry ignored a Congressional subpoena to testify about his knowledge and role in the Benghazi cover up.

July 18, 2014

In an extensive new interview with The Guardian, NSA whistleblower Edward Snowden emphasized the need for "lawyers, journalists, doctors, accountants, priests," and others with a duty to protect confidentiality to ditch unencrypted communication.

He also confirmed what many people have joked about since the NSA's surveillance was first revealed: Yes, agents are totally looking at and passing around your "sexually compromising" photos. According to Snowden, looking at O.P.P. is a "routine" part of NSA life, and one that's considered "a fringe benefit of a surveillance position."

July 18, 2014

"All I could think of was if I sneeze, or blink, or clear my throat, that, yeah, I might have a bullet lodged in my head"

Four veteran New York State Parole officers, who were driving down route 59 in Rockland County, didn't know their lives were going to be forever changed on that late April night. The last thing they thought would happen would be a potentially deadly confrontation with other cops. But that is exactly what happened. The officers were wearing their vests and shields and riding in a state-issued vehicle with a parole placard on the dashboard. Suddenly, the car was surrounded at gunpoint by cops from the Ramapo Police department and one from the Village of Suffern...

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