Post by Chil-p. Is police violence everywhere nowadays, or is it just because everyone has a smart phone that we are getting more evidence of it?
Two of the Top 20 Hot Libertarian Women, Liberty.me’s Tiffany Madison and Sex and the State blogger Cathy Reisenwitz, debate the latest from the Supreme Court’s privacy ruling on warrants for cell phones. Reisenwitz and Madison expand the discussion into recent the recent foreign policy debate over Iraq as well as Rand Paul’s comments on airstrikes.…
Thankfully, the innocent 18-year-old girl who was simply minding her own business has been released from the hospital.
Someone created an image that could get kids expelled from schools if they passed it around or owned any of the items in it. Luckily, in Florida a bill was passed to stop kids from getting in trouble for ridiculousness such as biting pop tarts into the shape of a gun.
“Most holsters have been built for men’s bodies,” firearms instructor Karla Pohl said. “Women are built differently, and we dress differently.”
A hospital in China has introduced technology that is an automatic sperm extractor. The “hands free” device makes sperm donation easier with a massage pipe that can fit the height of the user. It also comes with a small video viewing screen to help the user feel inspired.
Government Executive.com received an email that revealed that the EPA can’t even keep their own hallways clean. From Government Executive: In the email, obtained by Government Executive, Deputy Regional Administrator Howard Cantor mentioned “several incidents” in the building, including clogging the toilets with paper towels and “an individual placing feces in the hallway” outside the restroom.…
A Newcastle Beer advertisement starring British comedian Stephen Merchant takes a look at what America would be like if the 4th of July never happened. Wouldn’t it be great if judges still wore wigs so criminals would really take them seriously? Or you could have your tax money spent on a useless monarch. How about…
A wild boar randomly attacked a Japanese TV crew.
wave3.com-Louisville News, Weather An act of road rage was caught on camera in Carrollton, Kentucky. Witnesses recorded an altercation that came about after two vehicles collided.