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Get Your Kids Out of the “School-to-Prison Pipeline”

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 […]

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“Qualified Immunity”: What Cops and Slave Overseers Have in Common

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 […]

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Can You Spare Some Tears for a Killer Cop?

Thursday, March 3, 2016 Can You Spare Some Tears for a Killer Cop? Does this guy (center) look like a peace officer? If he approached you holding a gun, wouldn’t you flee? “If I go down, I’m taking you with me.” That familiar action movie cliché isn’t found within the lawsuit filed by former West […]

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Take Pity on Officer “Safe Space”

Thursday, February 18, 2016 Take Pity on Officer “Safe Space” Blue Privilege isn’t enough: Now cops want to be a “specially protected class.” Makaela Zabael-Gravatt was shot and nearly killed in her own backyard in Meridian, Idaho last September. The man arrested in that attack, Christopher Wirfs, had a violent criminal history. Prior to the […]

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The Draft-Nappers Are Back — And This Time They Want Your Daughter

Thursday, February 11, 2016 The Draft-Nappers Are Back — And This Time They Want Your Daughter   Death lottery: Military slaves are selected in the 1969 draft. Roughly a year ago, Nampa, Idaho resident Kenndrick Rose was appointed as a member of the local military enslavement soviet. That is an accurate, rather than official, description […]

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Finicum’s Wake

Wednesday, March 9, 2016 Finicum’s Wake He tended herds, rather than serving the state: LaVoy Finicum, a man in full. Somewhere there are still peoples and herds, but not with us, my brethren; here there are states…. A state is called the coldest of all cold monsters. Coldly it lies also; and this lie creepeth […]

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The Last Full Measure of Misery: When Will Prohibition Finally End?

Wednesday, April 13, 2016 The Last Full Measure of Misery: When Will Prohibition Finally End? “Our safety and happiness lie in obedience to law by every man, woman and child,” pontificated Attorney General Harry Micajah Daugherty in his keynote address to the 1921 annual conference of the American Bar Association in Cincinnati. His homily on […]

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Merrick Garland, Richard W. Roberts, and the Kenneth Trentadue Murder: The Deep State Takes Care of Its Own

Tuesday, March 22, 2016 Merrick Garland, Richard W. Roberts, and the Kenneth Trentadue Murder: The Deep State Takes Care of Its Own Not a suicide victim: Kenneth Trentadue’s brutalized body in his open-casket funeral. “You have to trust the government,” Justice Department attorney Richard Roberts unctuously told Jesse Trentadue. Seeking to understand why his younger […]

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From Showdown to Show Trial: The Bunkerville Crackdown is Just Beginning

Monday, March 7, 2016 From Showdown to Show Trial: The Bunkerville Crackdown is Just Beginning (Apologies to Emerson) Beneath the rude bridge that arched the wash, their flag to April’s breeze unfurled: Victory at Bunkerville, 2014. What happened at Lexington and Concord, Massachusetts on April 19, 1775 was an eruption of terrorist violence against the […]

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“Do You Know Who Killed My Baby?”

Friday, September 23, 2016 “Do You Know Who Killed My Baby?” “Do you know who killed my baby?” That anguished question was wrested from the anguished soul of Carol Dodge as she spoke with a young girl named Destiny Osborne shortly after Carol’s 18-year-old daughter Angie was murdered in Idaho Falls in June, 1996. With […]

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War Crimes Advocate Seeks A Job in the Trump Administration

Sunday, November 20, 2016 War Crimes Advocate Seeks A Job in the Trump Administration The eyes of a fictional psychopath…. President-elect Donald Trump has thousands of executive branch positions to fill, including the spot in the Office of Legal Counsel once occupied by the detestable war criminal John C. Yoo. William C. Bradford, an obscure, […]

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Why Would Anyone Want a President?

Monday, November 14, 2016 Why Would Anyone Want a President? No, he isn’t — unless you consent to be ruled. I don’t know why anyone would. “How small, of all that human hearts endure, that part which laws or kings can cause or cure.” When Samuel Johnson wrote those measured words of welcome consolation, kings […]

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Free Kelsey Osborne!

Wednesday, October 26, 2016 Free Kelsey Osborne! Victims of the Prohibitionist Cartel: Kelsey with her abducted children. If 23-year-old Gooding, Idaho resident Kelsey Osborne is sent to prison for using medicinal cannabis to treat her daughter’s seizures, Governor Butch Otter should immediately grant her a pardon. If he fails to do so, he should be […]

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Sheriff David Clarke: The Warlord of Milwaukee County

Thursday, October 20, 2016 Sheriff David Clarke: The Warlord of Milwaukee County Now that Sheriff Joe Arpaio of Arizona’s Maricopa County faces a possible federal felony conviction that would dislodge him from office, the floor is open for nominations to replace him as the preening figurehead for the Punitive Populist constituency. Milwaukee County, Wisconsin Sheriff […]

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Probable Cause Hearing Nov 3, 2014

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...

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Will Grigg

Will Grigg (1963–2017), the former Managing Editor of The Libertarian Institute, was an independent, award-winning investigative journalist and author. He authored six books, most recently his posthumous work, No Quarter: The Ravings of William Norman Grigg.

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