Code Chaos: Another nightmare for doctors, courtesy of the federal government
By STEPHEN F. HAYES
Mar 10, 2014, Vol. 19, No. 25
Ever considered suicide by jellyfish? Have you ended up in the hospital after being injured during the forced landing of your spacecraft? Or been hurt when you were sucked into the engine of an airplane or when your horse-drawn carriage collided with a trolley?
Help us celebrate the principles that made this nation great!
You are invited to join C4L and YAL in Orlando, Florida at the Double Tree at Sea World on April 4 - 6 2014 as we continue working to reclaim the Republic and restore the Constitution.
This year Florida Campaign for Liberty is teaming up with Young Americans for Liberty. Our sister organization will hold their state convention in conjunction with FL Campaign for Liberty's annual Liberty Summit.
On the evening of Friday, April 4, Ron Paul will kick off the 2014 Liberty Summit.
Without going in to great detail here, I have a health issue that is "ruining my life".
And now is causing loss of work.
I have discussed this in the past with several of our good friends here at the DP.
AnCapMercenary suggested I try crowd source fundraising at Indiegogo.
Well, I took a while but I finally launched a campaign.
It was the hardest thing a man like me has ever done.
I am not used to nor am I comfortable asking for a hand out.
Being the guy whom always reaches into his heart and pocket for others.
Police in Florida have offered a startling excuse for having used a controversial “stingray” cellphone tracking gadget 200 times without ever telling a judge: the device’s manufacturer made them sign a non-disclosure agreement that they say prevented them from telling the courts.
"This is the first time, however, that a contract with the vendor has been cited as a reason for not obtaining a warrant. The discovery of this hidden detail was made by CNET reporter Declan McCullagh earlier this year.
Authorities opted not to get a warrant either for the use of the Stingray or the search of the apartment, simply because they didn’t want to tell the judge what they were using to locate the suspect, a matter the ACLU finds troubling."
Donald Trump tweeted a couple of hours ago that he will be playing golf with Rand today at Trump International in Palm Beach - "will be both interesting and fun!"
HB733 Would Virtually Nullify All Federal Gun Laws
The Second Amendment Preservation Act has been killed in Tallahassee. In a nasty letter to grassroots supporters the bill sponsors blamed YOU for their decision to withdraw this urgently needed bill to protect your gun rights from Barack Obama’s anti-gun agenda.
Please call the following State Representatives and urge them to apologize for back-stabbing gun owners and withdrawing HB-733:
Nuclear Expert: “They must be terrified” at South Florida nuke plant; “The damn thing is grinding down” — Gundersen: “Magnitude of what’s going on at St. Lucie is off the charts”; 100 times worse than average
(Video) Florida Single Mom Thrown In Jail For Legally Recording Traffic Stop
Deputy O'Brien wasn't too happy about her recording him - "I know the law better than you" LOL
Beyond the strange circumstances in this particular case, the video highlights the influence of one "solitary blogger" on drawing attention to a police case that would otherwise be conveniently dismissed and closed.
Legislation is on the verge of passing to remove Red light cameras located in Cocoa Beach, Fl. It looks like were making strides toward freedom one issue at a time. Let's keep chipping away at the issues and opening the minds of those that are in a trance.
[Cocoa Beach is getting out of the red-light camera business to improve its image as a tourist-friendly destination.
“I have concerns that red-light cameras don’t fit our brand and image in regards to welcoming visitors to our town,” Cocoa Beach Mayor Dave Netterstrom said at Thursday’s city commission meeting.]
At least two men in Florida have been charged for moving large volumes of bitcoins via the popular person-to-person exchange LocalBitcoins.com. They were charged under state anti-money-laundering laws following an investigation by the US Secret Service, said reports.
Both of the men are being charged under two laws. The first is Florida’s anti-money laundering law, which targets money exchanges above $10,000.