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ATF to Montana/Tennessee What 10th Amendment?

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Both Montana and Tennessee have recently passed laws which exempt both the manufacturers

Lawsuit: Cops tasered 3 kids, threatened one with sodomy

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A shelter for adolescents in southern Illinois is suing the local
sheriff’s office for what it describes as an unprovoked attack by two
police officers on four children, three of whom were tasered, and one
of whom was threatened with sodomy by a sheriff’s deputy.

Blood Sucking Squid Watch: Mr Paulson How Do You Have Any Credibility?

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US Tarp Bill Could Reach $24 Trillion Dollars

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Special inspector general Neil Barofsky's quarterly report to congress indicates the government has devoted $4.7 trillion to help the financial sector, an AP Story appearing on MSNBC notes.

40 Years Ago Today - Apollo 11, Betraying the Memory.

We landed on the moon. This is the single greatest achievement of humanity and probably its greatest failure. Over a mere decade we built and went to another world. Our failure lies in making this achievement a single stunt.

Run Galt Run Part II - US Should Pay Other Contries Carbon Outlays for Imports

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With G8 passed and the up and coming countries of China and India saying "I don't think so" to the Carbon Prosperity Guilt System (AKA cap and trade), Gary Locke (US Commerce Secretary) has made the following statement.

England: Police Break Up 30th Birthday Party

Andrew Poole advertised to his friends (all 15 of them) an all night 30th birthday party on Facebook. Police stormed the party at the ungodly hour of 4pm (before the music was turned on) in a raid on what they believed would be an all night rave.

Four cars, a riot van and helicopter swooped in and broke up what amounted to a birthday barbecue. The 15 attendees had just started eating when police in camo riot gear showed up to break up the party.

When questioned the police reported:

Amazon Shinanegans - Retroactive Kindle Book Deletions

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MG Siegler over at Tech Crunch and David Pogue over at NYT both have stories that Amazon has retroactively deleted books purchased for their kindle book reader/application. They refund your money, but apparently the publisher has decided that these are not authorized editions and has retracted their permission for Kindle editions.

Lunar Satellite Photographs Apollo Landing Sites

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Nasa's LRO (Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter) has photographed several of the Apollo landing sites. This is a first pass low res photo with higher res pics coming soon.

The Second Bill of Rights

Penn Gillette, Libertarian showman, mentioned that FDR had proclaimed a second bill of rights. I had not heard of this, but since FDR was the prequel to Obama I thought it was worth a look see.

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