Tag Archives: revenue

RICO, The War on Drugs and Asset Forfeiture

A police dog scratched at your luggage, so we’re confiscating your life savings and you’ll never get it back.” In 1989, police stopped 49-year-old Ethel Hylton at Houston’s Hobby Airport and told her she was under arrest because a drug dog had … Continue reading

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Tattletale Trash Cans

EDITORIAL: Tattletale trash cans Nanny-state spy chips watch your garbage In the never-ending quest to extract money from the public, municipal busybodies have turned to spying on your trash. Cleveland wants its residents to participate in the feel-goo… Continue reading

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The “Tin Foil Hat” Club Sees Rise in Popularity

No.  I am not making fun of Mr. Scott.  Far from it. How does a self-professed believer in the nobility and benevolence of government find himself inducted into the ever-growing club of the tin foil hatters?  It is simple.  He … Continue read… Continue reading

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“Irrefutable” Ken Miller DID Author and Support the Tax/Fee on Health Benefits

July 27,2010 By Kaye Beach I Did some research. The Bottom line? Quote; “Miller is solely responsible for the TAX/REVENUE/FEE increase, or rose by any other name he calls it. In my opinion it is dishonest for Ken Miller to claim he never ‘a… Continue reading

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ALPR – invasion of privacy or essential for motorists’ safety?

Police chiefs in Britain are facing the threat of a High Court privacy action over a nationwide network of cameras that is being used to photograph motorists on the roads network, according to a report in The Sunday Times. The automatic license plate r… Continue reading

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Oklahoma ACLU seeks information on planned highway camera system

An Oklahoma civil rights organization says it is concerned the public’s privacy rights might be violated by a proposed insurance verification enforcement system that would use highway surveillance cameras. A local civil rights organization Wednes… Continue reading

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Oklahoma preparing for statewide deployment of automated ticket machines

The US state of Oklahoma is preparing an unprecedented statewide deployment of automated ticketing machines designed to generate US$95 million in revenue. Instead of using red light cameras and speed cameras, the Oklahoma Department of Public Safety (D… Continue reading

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What is good enough for Communist China is good enough for Oklahoma

May 16, 2010 by Kaye Beach Why was HB 2569, a good bill that would have protected Oklahoma residents from the risks and insecurities  of RFID technology being embedded in required identification documents such as state driver’s licenses and state ID cards vetoed? It appears as though the same industry lobbyists that are helping China […] Continue reading

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