VIDEO: Man Speeds To Hospital For Asthma Attack, Police Stop Him And Won’t Let Him Go — He Dies
CHIPPEWA FALLS — A disturbing raw video has surfaced online showing police pull over a desperate man in need of medical assistance and causing his death over a “traffic violation.”
The footage comes from a police dashcam video. On November 30, Casey Kressin was pulled over for “speeding” and “failing to stop” at a traffic light.
This was a terrible week for those who value liberty and freedom...NDAA passed which jails Americans indefinitely without jury or trial on just the mere suspicion of "terrorism," the Intelligence Authorization act passed which grants the executive branch unlimited access to all your private communications which can then be passed to local law enforcement (so much for limiting the NSA...), the budget passed which among many terrible things, it put taxpayers on the hook for wall street's 303 TRILLION derivatives market if/when it tanks. Oh, then there's the CIA torture report. There's a few other things I could mention but why bother....What does it take for WE THE PEOPLE stand up for ourselves, let alone pay attention??
There has been a couple times where I've thought to myself, why bother? I'm sure I'm not the only one who's thought this here. But D***, seriously what does it take? I feel this community is one of the few who actually value their freedoms. I cant help but think of M.N.'s post on standing watch till dawn.
Maybe that's what we should all do. Where's Galt's Gulch when you need one? I guess I'm just ranting and clearing my head here because I'm really not sure where else to put these words and thoughts. If any could understand, it would be this community. This battle to just maintain the liberty we still have is tiresome..It'd be nice to have a few more reinforcements.
Maybe it's just time to shrug.
Tweet of the week:
The first few days, weeks, and months were hard. Now I don't even think about it. That is the power of habit. Habits can work for you, or they can work against you.
This year I'm contemplating quitting drinking, though I don't particularly think I have a problem with drinking (the problem is with stopping, ha ha ha).
At the same time, the idea of giving it up makes me uncomfortable, and I'm curious as to why that is be the case.
It seems like drinking is more of a habit than anything. One can have skillful, or unskillful relationships with habits.
Marijuana is legal in the state of Washington, but that little inconvenience won’t stop politicians from throwing people in jail for breaking the state’s marijuana distribution regulations. As we learned yesterday with breweries in Texas, just because a substance is legal, does not mean it can always be distributed in the manner customers’ demand. That would make too much sense!
Up until now the Seattle Police Department has decided not to take action against marijuana-delivery services, even though the person making a marijuana delivery is technically guilty of a felony under current laws.
Whether it’s the distribution of beer or marijuana, the legality of a substance alone does not equal a free market in that industry.
Scott Horton gives a full rundown of the report on CIA torture, plus why pro-torture arguments are bogus.
Hello fellow DPers, today marks 7 years that I have been enjoying this wonderful and important site.
It is here that I find my news and current events, it is here that my brain gets challenged and comforted. To me, this is truly a community. For me, this is truly the 'Daily' Paul, for there have only been a few days over the past 7 years that I have not checked in to see what is happening, what has happened, and what will happen with regard to the movement set forth by Dr. Ron Paul.
The very first time I saw Dr. Paul's face and heard a bit of his philosophy of freedom was when someone told me about a documentary called, 'Freedom to Fascism' by Aaron Russo, in it Dr. Paul has a few small parts, about a month later I heard 'this guy Ron Paul is running for president', I thought 'no way, I just saw his on a documentary, I'm going look into this'. And so my awakening began.
Soon after I found The Daily Paul. I have been awake for 7 years, still a child, but learning everyday. Thank you Dr. Paul, for I am one of your 4000 deliveries. Thank you Michael Nystrom for creating the playground for me and my fellow liberty seekers to play, teach, and learn.
As we have recently agreed, 'the word is the symbol of the thing' and so the most appropriate word for me to use is gratitude.
Paying down the debt is now almost mathematically impossible.
As it is clear to me that the people of this nation are incapable of voting 3rd party,I now fear the ONLY way to break the chains of this tyranny is ... The same way the founders did ( 41975 )
Pretty solid speech. Hopefully she decides to challenge Hillary. Opportunity for libertarian/progressive joint effort to stop this appears to have been lost here, and that's a shame.
And David Stockman agrees.
Iowans will soon be able to use a mobile app on their smartphones as their official driver's license issued by the Iowa Department of Transportation.
The app, which will be provided to drivers at no additional cost, will be available sometime in 2015, DOT Director Paul Trombino told Gov. Terry Branstad during a state agency budget hearing Monday.
"We are really moving forward on this," Trombino said. "The way things are going, we may be the first in the nation."
by JORDAN SCHACHTEL | 11 Dec 2014 | Breitbart
In the wake of the Senate Intelligence Committee’s CIA torture memo release, former Congressman Ron Paul (R-TX) has suggested that America should get rid of its premier intelligence agencies and bring all of our troops back home.
Paul’s pacifistic world-view is articulated in his Voices of Liberty op-ed, where he states, “all of our wars--we would come home from the 150 countries where we have troops stationed,” in recommending a government shutdown that defunds overseas operations.
In Paul’s view, America should not be a world leader, but instead only focus on internal matters. The threats posed by actors such as ISIS and Al Qaeda exist simply due to grievances generated from America’s activities overseas, according to Dr. Paul. He has in the past blamed the 9/11 attacks on blowback from the United States presence overseas, and not the terrorists’ jihadist ideology.
In advocating for a government shutdown, the former Congressman said, “abolish the NSA, the TSA, the CIA and all spying on American citizens.”
I don't know whether to laugh or cry. Great Britain is truly the playground of the Nanny state Fabian psychohistory wannabes:
"It's pretty normal to see passionate protesting in London.
There's been the million-strong march against the Iraq War in 2003, UK fuel protests and students demonstrating against tuition fees, but on Friday something different happened.
Hundreds of activists demonstrated against new pornography laws by sitting on each other's faces.
They say the rules ban female sexual pleasure and they're protecting women's rights by protesting.
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If know you need to eat more vegetables but don't, get this and drink your vegetables! It is easy to use, and incredibly easy to clean up. It is one of the best investments I have made in my health, and I use it nearly every day.
Enjoy, Daily Paul. Happy Holidays. Here's to your health. Don't forget about that.
This is what I usually drink for breakfast:
The hits keep coming. Add Austria to the list of countries that want their gold back.
Well folks...it may be time to fasten your seat belts and tighten up your chin straps...looks like we might be coming in for a hard landing.