the only Libertarian Party member of Congress, Rep. Justin Amash introduced the Civil Asset Forfeiture Elimination Act to repeal civil asset forfeiture nationwide under the 14th Amendment. Federal, state, and local law enforcement use civil asset forfeiture to take billions of dollars in cash and property from private citizens each year without convicting the owners of any crime.
In the wake of the recent police ambush shooting in Los Angeles, Joe Biden, Jo Jorgensen and Donald Trump took to Twitter to express their opinions on gun control. It started with Joe Biden tweeting, “Weapons of war have no… Read More ›
Tonight, Democratic Party Vice Presidential nominee, Kamala Harris, will speak to the virtual audience at the party’s 2020 convention. Harris is expected to speak this evening just before Barack Obama, and though we have not obtained a copy of the… Read More ›
Two years ago, Doraville homeowner Hilda Brucker got a call from a flustered clerk at the city court demanding that she drop everything she was doing and come in. When she got there, Hilda was confronted by a city judge… Read More ›
As most know by now, professional golfer Tiger Woods was arrested Monday morning for DUI (Driving While Under the Influence). Full video of the arrest can be seen at the end of this story. What has often been cut out… Read More ›
Following the July 7, 2016, shooting of several police officers in Dallas, DPD Police Chief David Brown has been thrust into the national spotlight, and understandably so. Chief Brown not only has a remarkably tragic personal story—in 2010 his 27-year-old… Read More ›