Wednesday, February 22, 2017 Sheik Omar: The Death of a Deep State Asset It is one of nature’s ironic mercies that the same disease responsible for disfiguring Sheik Omar Abdel-Rahman’s face left him blind, thereby sparing him the sight of his Gorgon-like features. The sheik died from complications of that disease – diabetes – at […]
Friday, January 6, 2017 Sheriffs as Slavemasters: Will Inmate Labor Be Used to Build Trump’s Wall? “Liberty, if I understand it at all, is a general principle, and the clear right of the subjects within the realm, or of none,” declared British statesman Edmund Burke in an April 3, 1777 message to the Sheriffs of […]
Wednesday, January 11, 2017 The Perverse Ingenuity, and Routine Lawlessness, of Law Enforcers Enforcers of drug prohibition can be perversely ingenious in devising methods to subvert due process guarantees. One tactic widely employed by police officers looking for a way to circumvent the Fourth Amendment is to intimidate a subject into giving the officers permission […]
Sunday, January 15, 2017 When A Fugitive Dies, “Blue Privilege” Makes All the Difference Pleasant Grove, Utah resident Ashleigh Holloway Best killed herself in the early hours of May 17, 2016 when she lost control of the stolen 2002 Lincoln Navigator she was driving and plowed it into a tree. The man who was pursuing […]
Saturday, January 28, 2017 Don’t Trigger Sheriff Snowflake — Or He May Have You Killed Sheriff David Clarke of Wisconsin’s Milwaukee County is the most fragile of precious snowflakes, and one of the most self-enraptured petty tyrants in recent American history. While settling in for a January 15 flight from Dallas to Milwaukee, Clarke – […]
Tuesday, February 28, 2017 Teaching Kids to Trust the Police is Child Abuse Somebody who would do this to a child should be horsewhipped, at the very least. Integral to the American concept of liberty is the right to hold the state at bay, which is why children are never too young to be taught […]
Friday, January 20, 2017 The Slow-Motion State Murder of Michael Whiteley The “Black Widow of Bonneville County”: Silvia Canido, seen here in Bolivia. Facing the prospect of life in prison – and the plausible threat of execution – Idaho Falls resident Michael Whiteley had every conceivable reason to plead guilty to a charge of […]
Tuesday, March 7, 2017 They’re All “Heroes” — No Matter What Laws they Enforce Actually, it was a righteous rebellion, not a mere “riot.” Given the rarity of the surname, it is likely that Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch is related to deputy federal marshal Edward Gorsuch, who was killed an in violent episode that […]
Sunday, March 12, 2017 A “Deal” to Protect the Guilty: Bonneville County’s Indecent Proposal to Chris Tapp (IMPORTANT UPDATE, 3/21) Danny Clark’s 14th Century antecedent administers “justice.” See the update below Idaho Falls resident Christopher Tapp has spent more than two decades behind bars for a murder he did not commit. He was convicted on […]
Friday, December 30, 2016 Inside the Tiny, Uncluttered Mind of a Cop A retired member of the exalted Brotherhood of State-Sanctified Coercion recently rebuked a heretic:I take umbrage with your article for Lew Rockwell. While certainly I agree with your premise that one should not give to police charities and thereby expect special privileges, you […]
Sunday, December 11, 2016 Snouts in the Trough, Hooves in the Till: Why You Shouldn’t Donate to a Police Charity Tax-subsidized embezzlers: Mark and Sara Furniss To understand why the public cannot confide in government-employed police to protect private property, it is useful to consider how frequently police steal from each other – and members […]
Thursday, February 25, 2016 The Regime’s Relentless Persecution of Phil Hart “Mr. Hart, do you contest the legitimacy of the federal government of the United States of America?” That question was posed to former Idaho State Representative Phil Hart a few minutes into his February 3 federal bankruptcy hearing. By asking that question, Assistant U.S. […]
Wednesday, December 28, 2016 We Don’t Need Costumed Overlords and Tax Farmers Gone, but not missed: The former Bunker Hill, Indiana Police Department. Bunker Hill, Indiana, is a village of 900 people. It has not been consumed by the maelstrom of criminal violence that – we are told – would descend on any community even […]
Wednesday, March 30, 2016 Sheriff Glenn Palmer and the “Scouring of the Shire” The “little folk” rise up against Saruman’s Ruffians. The Shire had changed dramatically for the worse when Frodo, Sam, and their companions returned from Mordor. The hobbit-folk had previously enjoyed a society largely free of the affliction called “government.” Frodo and his […]
Tuesday, December 27, 2016 Get Your Kids Out of the “School-to-Prison Pipeline” Ever and always alert to new and inventive ways to turn innocent people into fodder for the State’s carceral apparatus, the Missouri state legislature enacted a measure that will treat teenage altercations as felonies if they occur either on school grounds or between […]
Sunday, December 4, 2016 “Qualified Immunity”: What Cops and Slave Overseers Have in Common The late Kelly Thomas, following his fatal encounter with the slave overseers of the Fullerton PD. Michael Slager, the former North Charleston, South Carolina police officer killed an unarmed man and then attempted to frame the victim, will not be convicted […]
This is a key excerpt from the March 19 preliminary hearing for Matthew Townsend, who was arrested by Meridian Police Officer Richard Brockbank on a fraudulent "resisting and obstructing" charge. Prosecutor Abbey Germaine requests bail be revoked pending a new charge...
This brief clip was taken from a recent video in which JBS CEO Art Thompson bragged about being an informant with a Seattle PD "intelligence unit" in the early 1960s.
Court hearing that led to the search warrant used during the Fish & Game raid on the home of Ken and Carrol Watson. Careful observers will note that the testimony of the F&G officer is heavy on hearsay and assertion, but devoid of anything a conscientious...
Brief exchange with an officer from Idaho Fish and Game at the home of Kenneth and Carol Watson, circa 11:30 PM on October 8. Seven F&G officers searched the home and interrogated a long-time guest (who has resided in Idaho for a year) on suspicion of having an...
Judge Gregory Baxter suffers a meltdown as attorney Susan Gerber tries to ask a question about the Malheur County Sheriff's Office and the Malheur County DA in the 45th Parallel case.