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Recapping Rand’s TSA Encounter

Yesterday, as you're probably all well aware by now, Senator Rand Paul was temporarily detained at the Nashville Airport after a millimeter wave scanner sounded alarm bells over an anomaly on his leg.  For more information about this incident, Senator Paul penned a powerful op-ed about his experience in the Washington Times that you won't want […]

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Hurrah for Tim Thomas of the Boston Bruins!

I don't follow sports, but Tim Thomas of the Stanley Cup champion Boston Bruins created a bit of a stir by refusing to go to the White House for the usual presidential photo op.  He explained: I believe the Federal government has grown out of control, threatening the Rights, Liberties, and Property of the People. […]

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Liberty NewsWire Tuesday, January 24, 2012

All of these market themselves as legitimate ways to store content online. But they are inherently ideal for anyone looking to illegitimately upload and share copyrighted video and audio files. Most companies rarely, if ever, inspect individual files to see if the material they store on behalf of users violates copyrights, unless they are notified […]

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SCOTUS Rules Against Unwarranted GPS Tracking

In a unanimous ruling today, the Supreme Court ruled the government placing a GPS on an individuals vehicle constitutes a search and as such requires a warrant under the 4th Amendment. The case was United States v. Antoine Jones, Washington Post reports: The Supreme Court ruled unanimously Monday that police must get a search warrant before using […]

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Rand Paul Detained by TSA – Updated

We've just received word that Senator Rand Paul is currently being detained by the TSA at the Nashville airport for refusing their invasive body pat down after their scanner had an "anomaly." Reports Politico: Paul, a Republican, was apparently traveling to Washington, D.C., when he was detained. He noted earlier on his Twitter that he was […]

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