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Colorado Supreme Court: Employees Can Be Fired for “Legal” Off-Duty Marijuana Use

Amendment 64 map with cannabis

Even though marijuana is technically legal in Colorado, the Colorado Supreme Court just ruled that employees can still be fired for using it: The Colorado Supreme Court on Monday affirmed lower courts’ rulings that businesses can fire employees for the

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Cops Raid California Pot Shop, Help Themselves to Pot Edibles

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Setting up hidden cameras is a great preparation for when cops raid your business. This is why it’s always smart for businesses to not only have surveillance cameras in plain sight, but also to have hidden cameras. After police had

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Police Slam Legally Blind Man to the Ground for no Reason

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This is a case you can show liberals that demonstrates that there isn’t an anti-black problem in police departments so much as an anti-civilian problem. It was a black officer who assaulted this legally blind black civilian for no apparent

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SWAT Team Destroys Innocent Family’s House, Claims They’re not Responsible

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It all started when an armed man Robert Jonathan Seacat shoplifted something from Walmart and then broke into a family’s house, which led to a 19-hour standoff with a Greenwich Village, Colorado police SWAT team. When negotiations with the armed

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Small Texas Towns Rake in Millions from Speeding Tickets

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Small towns profit off speeding tickets. That’s how cities and police departments make money. In fact, if it weren’t for the municipal court cases created from speeding citations, there wouldn’t be a police department. Officials always argue that speeding laws

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Silk Road Creator Ross Ulbricht Sentenced to Life in Prison Without Parole

Silk Road

Ross Ulbricht created the most famous encrypted marketplace on the Dark Web, called the Silk Road. Through it, anonymous users could purchase nearly any illegal thing, but the site became famous for drugs. Sellers were rated (by discreteness of packaging,

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Philadelphia Decriminalized Marijuana, and the City Saved $1 Million as a Result

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The city of brotherly love decided to decriminalize the possession of marijuana, and what they’ve found is that in the first three months of this year, the city saved an estimated $1 million. It was able to save so much

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State Officials Find 2 Correctional Officers Participating in Baltimore Looting

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When reviewing video footage of the rioting and looting that was going on in Baltimore last month, state officials spotted two officers who work for the Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services walk out of a 7-Eleven with

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Does Malik Shabazz Hate All Cops, Or Just The White Ones?

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“People who fly into a rage always make a bad landing.” – Will Rogers On Newsmax TV’s “The Steve Malzberg Show,” Malzberg spoke with Malik Shabazz, the former national chairman of the New Black Panther Party and current national president

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Who Needs the Police when You’ve got Armed, Responsible Neighbors Like This?

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Don’t misunderstand me. I respect the police. And this guy did call the cops to arrest the suspect. But I’d much rather people be armed, vigilant, and responsible like this California man than paranoid and calling the cops all the

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Supreme Court Rules Against Giving Murderer Sex Change Operation

Robert Kosilek

The Supreme Court threw out an appeal by a convicted murderer in prison who wanted to sex change surgery at taxpayer expense to become a woman. Robert Kosilek killed his wife Cheryl McCaul about 25 years ago and was convicted of

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A Note to Those Trying To Justify the Baltimore Riots

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“Violence is like a weed – it does not die even in the greatest drought.” – Simon Wiesenthal Unmitigated rage has been loosed from its cage once again—but this time in Baltimore. Stores have been looted and set on fire,

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