After taking a long walk around the Oklahoma State Department of Education on Labor Day, I found that our state’s education department is simply chalk full of ‘anti-racist’, anti-HB1775 (the bill banning CRT) non-educational nonsense that includes i…
The proposed law would exempt people from criminal penalties for the possession, cultivation and delivery of plants and fungi that naturally produce DMT, ibogaine, mescaline, psilocybin and psilocin as long as the individual is not “receiving money or other valuable consideration for the entheogenic plant or fungus.”
On Wednesday, a new “Constitutional Carry” law went into effect, making it legal for Texans to carry a concealed firearm without a license. This will also help create an environment hostile to federal gun control
a loophole in the bill will allow continued support for the enforcement of any future gun control as well – as long as it’s done under existing task force agreements, which virtually every locality in the state already has in place.
The law repeals Texas code criminalizing owning a firearm “silencer,” more accurately referred to as a sound “suppressor” – outside of Federal regulations. It also bans the state from enforcing any federal restrictions on suppressors that don’t exist under the laws of the state.
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The new law will relieve some of the tax burdens on investors, and it will also eliminate one barrier to using gold and silver in everyday transactions, a foundational step for people to undermine the Federal Reserve’s monopoly on money
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Last week, a third California Assembly committee passed a bill that would create a process to sue police officers for violations of rights in state court without the possibility of “qualified immunity” as a defense
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In practice, the law prohibits any state or local government agency from entering into, renewing, or extending a contract, agreement, intergovernmental service agreement, or memorandum of understanding that authorizes a state or local government agency, or a private correctional detention facility to house or detain individuals for federal civil immigration violations.
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