Category Archives: Law

TV Commercials Too Loud? Congress Has Plan To Fix It

Dy’er sez: For all of you good folk who sit back to watch a little TV but find that you are scrambling for the mute button on the remote when a  break comes up (I know that I am one), … Continue reading

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MARICOPA SHERIFF GETS SLAP ON THE WRIST FOR COURTROOM MISCONDUCT

Dy’er Sez: I profiled this story a little ways back. A Maricopa sheriff rifled through a defense attorney’s paperwork (while her back was turned and she was addressing the Judge); he then removed a document, hands it off to another sheriff … Continue reading

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PRESIDENT OBAMA APPARENTLY BACKS THE IDEA OF JAIL TIME FOR THOES WHO DO NOT BUY MANDATED HEALTH INSURANCE

Dy’er Sez: As I mentioned recently, the whole health care reform debacle is a sham; nothing more than the government forcing all Americans to buy health insurance out of their own pocket (much in the same way as auto and homeowner’s … Continue reading

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COLORADO TOWN LEGALIZES POT AND PARAPHERNALIA

Dy’er Sez: Cheers for the voters of Breckenridge, Colorado. Now all we need is for an entire State to fall on this issue, and the rest will follow one by one. Then we can finally be free of the ludicrous, draconian, … Continue reading

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81 YEAR OLD MAN TASERED BY THE MILITARY DURING TRAFFIC STOP

Dy’er Sez: Never mind that the guy is 81 years old, which brings into question what was on the mind of the 4 men in uniform who pulled him over and tased him. But WHY is the military patrolling the highways … Continue reading

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ARIZONA DEPUTY STEALS DOCUMENT FROM DEFENCE ATTORNEY…IN THE COURT ROOM, IN FRONT OF THE JUDGE, AND ON CAMERA

Dy’er Sez: Why the two law enforcement officers are still on the job or not in jail is beyond me. And the judge’s attitude is altogether way too mild to my mind as well. Constitutional law scholar, Jonathan Turley, Had this … Continue reading

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OBAMA ADMINISTRATION TO CONTINUE WIRELESS WIRETAPS

Dy’er Sez: Citing that it would expose ongoing intelligence work, Attorney General Holder is planning on dropping a lawsuit filed against the government over wireless wiretapping of the American public. Recently, Obama signed into law a bill which made the release … Continue reading

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KIDS HAVING FUN OR CRIMINAL CONDUCT?

Dy’er Sez: There are a few things in this story that seem like either the management of the fast-food joint or the police were overreacting. First off, if the kids were really imitating the YouTube video (which is included below), then … Continue reading

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OBAMA THE WAR CRIMINAL: PRESIDENT OFFICIALLY COVERS UP BUSH ADMINISTRATION WAR CRIMES

Dy’er Sez: So Obama signed the bill that he ‘ordered’ Congress to fashion which will keep the torture photos from ever coming before the eyes of the public. This means that Obama is an INTENTIONAL accessory to the war crimes of … Continue reading

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HOUSE PASSES BILL TO SUPRESS TORTURE PHOTOS

John Sez: When I posted about this bill before its passage in the House, I really had no expectation that it would not slither through. But now that this has actually passed (with little fanfare from the press, especially the … Continue reading

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