Don’t get too excited about high school graduation. Doing so may cost your graduate his diploma. Or even worse: It may land you behind bars. In Florence, S.C., Sharon Cooper was cuffed and taken to jail when she cheered for her graduating daughter, Iesha Cooper. She was charged with disorderly conduct.
Under the Electronic Privacy Act of 1986, estimates one judge, 30,000 secret surveillance orders are made each year. This is all done without authorities having to issue a traditional search warrant because of the digital nature of the information sought, according to the judge.
No person consciously decides that he is willing to be entirely indoctrinated by his chosen form of news consumption in the beginning. It happens, it seems, as a matter of consequence. Many people allow their social and political worldview to be shaped almost entirely by the brand of news they consume.
The global “hacktivist” syndicate Anonymous wants people to expose evidence of corruption and injustice. In a video, the group urges anyone with access to evidence of corporate or government wrongdoing to buy a USB drive and document the evidence for publication on the Internet.
In an attempt to apprehend a man who robbed a Wells Fargo bank in Aurora, Colo., every adult at an intersection was detained. Some people were held for more than two hours. The cops had a “virtual certainty” the culprit was at the intersection.
Mitt Romney defended the individual mandate requirement of his Massachusetts healthcare reform bill that would later become the model for Obamacare when he was Governor of that State. The Republican presidential candidate continues to defend the State’s healthcare overhaul, saying that it was the right thing for Massachusetts.
In the 1994 chart topper “Wanted Dead Or Alive,” Jon Bon Jovi boasted of riding on a steel horse. His mode of transportation has changed. On Monday, the rocker flew to New York on Air Force One. A White House official said that Bon Jovi was a “guest of the President.”
On June 5, 1933, the United States Congress and President Franklin Delano Roosevelt unConstitutionally abrogated the use of gold for the payment of public and private debts while simultaneously bailing out the Federal Reserve and forever enslaving the American people to its inflationary economic policy.
It is no secret that the President played upon the idealism of American youths during his first campaign by way of celebrity endorsements and one-word slogans promising “hope” and “change.” But now, evidence of the President’s real contribution to young Americans is coming to light.
There are plenty of reasons a U.S. citizen should become a prepper, but according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, zombie attacks shouldn’t be one of them. On Friday, “zombie apocalypse” was the third most popular search on Google.