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And the 'Most Obese Workers in America' Award Goes To...

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A new study released by the American Journal of Preventive Medicine reveals the most obese workers in America. And the winner is? Police: A study has revealed US cops have the highest rates of obesity among any profession in the

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Cop Says They Need MRAP to Deal with “Constitutionalists?”

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But why DO the Spokane Sheriffs need an MRAP? A Sheriff’s deputy in Spokane, Washington was being interviewed by someone regarding the department’s possession of an MRAP. The woman interviewing him asked if the MRAP isn’t something that’s more appropriate

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76-Year-Old Tasered Over Expired Tag


Was this a good reason to be tasered? On top of that, the car was exempt from an inspection, meaning he didn’t have to have proper tags, just the dealer tags it already had. The car was owned by a

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SCOTUS Further Entrenches Police Double Standard

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In an 8-1 decision some are accusing of applying a double standard, the Supreme Court, led by John Roberts, has decided that the police can used seized evidence even when they gain said evidence by a misinterpretation or misapplication of

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No-Knock Police Raid Victim Shot in the Back, Face Down


Here is how the no-knock police raid went down: The police had gotten a warrant to search the house of David and Teresa Hooks for meth. But guess who gave the police this information? A meth addict who had come

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Asthmatic Dies on the Way to Hospital After Getting Pulled Over for Speeding


An asthmatic dies after a traffic stop. Once this Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin cop decided to pull a driver over for running a red light and speeding, there wasn’t a whole lot he could have done to save the asthmatic’s life.

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Obama Asks Congress to Allow Pot in DC

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Obama loves states’ rights. Except for when he doesn’t. But when it comes to pot, Obama wants Congress to remove a rider overturning the effective legalization of pot in DC. Press secretary Josh Earnest said that the president generally backed

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What the CIA Torture Report Means for Law Enforcement

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New documents exposing CIA “torture” tactics have been interpreted very differently by different people depending on their political agenda. But one thing is for sure: the CIA agents responsible for the most abhorrent of the alleged actions, whether they constitute

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Illinois Makes it a Felony to Record Police

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Despite the state supreme court, it is now a felony to record police. How many times has a citizen’s recording of his encounter with a police officer (or even the cop’s own dashcam video) helped to corroborate the civilian’s story

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There Is Not A Widespread Bias Against Blacks Within The Police Force & The Legal System


We need to debunk the Widespread Bias myth. According an NBC/Marist poll: “The grand jury decisions not to indict police officers who killed unarmed men in Ferguson, Missouri and Staten Island, New York have revealed a huge racial divide in how

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Texas Man Arrested for Carrying a Gun in Public

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Carrying a gun is a legal action that can get you arrested anyway. In Texas, open carrying a rifle is perfectly legal. By “perfectly legal,” I mean it’s not against the law at all. It’s not a crime. It’s not

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Congressional Waiver the Wrong Idea for Legalized Pot

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Many marijuana activists are looking to Congress to extend waivers to states that have legalized pot. The idea is that states can only be protected from the DEA if Congress passes a law giving states immunity from federal drug laws:

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