In yet another example of how police officers act today if they don’t know there’s a camera on, a New York sheriff’s deputy was suspended without pay after a video that appears to show him slapping a young man went online. The cop is seen quickly losing patience with a man who did not want his car searched, as is his right under the Fourth Amendment.
|By: Eli Tuesday November 15, 2011 6:01 pm|
Why is it that “the right to bear arms” is enshrined in the Constitution, but the right to vote isn’t?
|By: Kevin Gosztola Thursday June 30, 2011 5:30 pm|
Public workers, up to seven hundred and fifty thousand teachers and civil servants, participated in a June 30 general strike called for in the United Kingdom after UK Parliament passed changes to pensions and retirement, specifically, increasing the amount an employee has to contribute.