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WHOA! Indiana DHS Is Now Regulating 'LIVE' Entertainment

WHOA! Indiana DHS Is Now Regulating 'LIVE' Entertainment

Indiana DHS demands restaurant owner get permit to play live music

Paul Joseph Watson
July 26, 2013

Despite being created ostensibly as a response to the terror attacks on 9/11, the Department of Homeland Security has now expanded its role to include issuing permits without which restaurant owners are barred from playing live music.

Unbelievable as it sounds, in the state of Indiana, the DHS, which was supposedly founded to protect against and respond to terrorist attacks, man-made accidents, and natural disasters, now regulates live entertainment.

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This article refers to the Indiana Dept of Homeland Security, which is the name of Indianas state safety code enforcement agency, NOT US DHS! Completely different entity. Please retract this article quickly to avoid any possible embarassment or loss of credibility.


move along...

Raleigh, NC



WRONG! The FEDS Do Fund Indiana DHS


Even the best of writers:

Can't make up 32 pages for a disaster plan for a rabbit. I can write the recipe out in just a couple of lines though.

This story is yet another example of government bureaucracy running wild. Earlier this week it emerged that the U.S. Department of Agriculture busted a stage magician for not having a license for his rabbit.

“A small-time magician from Missouri that does magic shows for kids was absolutely horrified when he learned that the Obama administration is requiring him to submit a 32 page “disaster plan” for the rabbit that he uses in his shows,” writes Michael Snyder. “Yes, this is actually true. His name is Marty Hahne, and he thought that it was bad enough when the U.S. Department of Agriculture busted him for not having a “license” for his rabbit. He went out and acquired the proper “license” for his rabbit, but he never dreamed that eventually he would also have to submit a 32 page “disaster plan” for the same rabbit.”

Mike Martin is set to attend a hearing at the Indiana State House on Friday August 2nd during which a judge will hear his appeal against the DHS permit demand.

I love my country
I am appalled by my government

Good Humor!

Thanks for posting Tramp!

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Disaster Recovery Plan = Rabbit Stew

Nice... :) That was funny.

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