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Jerry Brown California signs AB499/ HPV vaccine without parental consent

Jerry Brown signs AB499 alowing minors to consent to HPV vaccine without parents knowledge WTF!

Gov. Jerry Brown has signed legislation that gives children 12 or older the right to obtain preventive treatment for sexually transmitted diseases without parental consent, including an HPV immunization for cervical cancer.

Brown did not explain his reasoning in the announcement Sunday.

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Foster's wrong on Ron Paul

Monday, October 10, 2011

Fosters recent editorial would have you think that Ron Paul is naive; that in defending the rule of law for American citizens at home and abroad, he would abdicate responsibility for national defense of this country, repeating the profound mistakes of the U. K. s Neville Chamberlain in World War II.

The naivete is indeed thick, but not on Pauls side of the argument.

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Treason against the United States, shall consist only in levying War against them, or in adhering to their Enemies, giving them Aid and Comfort.
— U.S. Constitution - Article 3 Section 3

2 votes

The Plain Truth about Executive Assassination

Oct 3, 2011 - Judge Napolitano explains why the President did not have the authority to kill Anwar Al-Awlaki

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At what point does something become a crime?

Me and a friend of mine were having a conversation after I read an article yesterday about The Mass. guy who was arrested for ordering materials and plotting to blow up the pentagon. We were trying to figure out exactly at what point this becomes a crime. Obviously in this case, the evidence was there and im glad he was stopped but at what point does something go from nothing, to an actual crime. Does a plot to blow up the pentagon just have to be heard by someone? Is it not a crime until its written down or parts are ordered?

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Human Rights & punishment

Hey guys,

I am a strong supporter of Human rights, and the rights of property, however believing that life, freedom, and travel are all unalienable rights i am puzzled regarding the correct course of criminal punishment.

Allow me to explain.

A criminal has commited murder.

If we put him in prison for his whole life who is going to pay? if the public pay, it is in violation of our right to reap the fruits of our labor, And in violation of his freedom.

If we kill him it is in violation of his inalienable right to life.

So what is the solution?

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Video - 17 y.o. gets tasered in head for fighting

I was just wondering what you guys think of this kid getting tasered.

He was tasered in the head by the looks of it. I think the police could of broken up the fight just by taking control of the situation. It seems as the kid was backing off when he saw the policeman.

I have never seen someone get tasered for fighting someone else and this is why I am a bit baffled here.

The policeman obviously wanted to shut the situation down immediately and did that but was it warranted the way he did it?

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How Would Private Law Work?

Robert P. Murphy explains in this incredible lecture excerpted from: The Market For Security.

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UPDATED-- California Schools Turn Away Unvaccinated Students !!

This is insane!! If you live in California and have found a way around this PLEASE POST FOR OTHERS!


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Eight Amish Guys Jailed For Refusing To Attach Orange Safety Triangles To Their Buggies

Government jails them for not having orange triangles on their buggies, but makes sure to provide special jail jumpsuits that aren't orange.

Here are the booking photos of the eight members of an Amish sect who were ordered jailed by a Kentucky judge after they refused to pay fines for failing to affix orange safety triangles to their horse-drawn buggies.

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What Would Ron Paul Say.

I am often entangled in debates with my intellectual, well read, highly educated, and self-proclaimed Socialist friends about the merits of big government and Socialist policies. Health Care, Welfare, Energy Policies, Education, the list goes on. The system under which we live has glorified centralization, globalization, and totalitarian dictates under the cover of well-meaning procreative beneficience (the Czar of all oxymorons, IMO). But how can one explain this?

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Public law is nothing but the Private contract of the Whole Society

It just hit me today why early liberals divided law between public law which is known as the things created by government and private law which are things created by individuals. They looked at government as a collective agreement about rules to live by and decided what penalties there would be for violating this collective contract. This contract is made by the whole people and basically establishes government.

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Woke up this morning and saw this commercial on TV and could believe it!

Woke up this morning and saw this commercial on TV and could believe it! I knew by the content what it was about, but was glad to see the masses might actually have an opportunity to wake up.

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The State of the Police in a Police State ~ Judge Napolitano

Is the job of the police to police FOR you or to police YOU? And if the police watch you - who watches the police?

Originally aired 6/10/11 on "Freedom Watch"

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