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Reblogged from aghoulistmike  846 notes
agoristmike:

thedailyfeed:

Jailed and ignored for two years, Stephen Slevin was awarded $22 million by a federal jury in Santa Fe in one of the largest prisoner-rights judgments ever.

Stephen Slevin was never convicted of a crime. But for two years, he languished in a New Mexico jail cell, going month after month without showers or outdoor recreation or human contact.
His nails grew so long that they curled. Refused medication and denied access to a dentist, he says he was forced to pull his own tooth.

 In the photo on the left, Slevin appears in his mugshot following his August 2005 arrest; on the right, he is malnourished and disheveled after two years in solitary confinement.
Photo: Dona Ana County Sheriff’s Department/AP

 Holy shit!

agoristmike:

thedailyfeed:

Jailed and ignored for two years, Stephen Slevin was awarded $22 million by a federal jury in Santa Fe in one of the largest prisoner-rights judgments ever.

Stephen Slevin was never convicted of a crime. But for two years, he languished in a New Mexico jail cell, going month after month without showers or outdoor recreation or human contact.

His nails grew so long that they curled. Refused medication and denied access to a dentist, he says he was forced to pull his own tooth.

 In the photo on the left, Slevin appears in his mugshot following his August 2005 arrest; on the right, he is malnourished and disheveled after two years in solitary confinement.

Photo: Dona Ana County Sheriff’s Department/AP

 Holy shit!

Reblogged from voluntaryexchange  29 notes

When freedom dies in your heart, no speech, no emotion, not even a reaction to a tyrant can bring it back. But when freedom lives in your heart, no speech and no tyrant can take it away. By

Judge Andrew Napolitano, For Liberty

This quote its a nerve. You have hit or you don’t. Honestly, I believe we all have it.

(via misesman)

Unfortunately, I believe I’ve seen in some people…that they just don’t have it.

Reblogged from citizens-concerned  48 notes

citizens-concerned:

Deregulated Roads, in The Netherlands.

—Shared by Elle.

Hah, my brother lives there!
The one downfall I’ve seen is my mother went to Amsterdam and Utrecht and had some issues figuring out the difference between the bike paths, so on and so forth. Second nature to locals, it is, but confusing as all get out of foreigners.
I’d like to see this implemented in smaller cities, at least to start. I’d be wary of New York and Detroit, though. Those are some angry people.

Reblogged from fuckbitchessoundmoney  12 notes

“…The Bill of Rights is a literal and absolute document.

The First Amendment doesn’t say you have a right to speak out unless the government has a ‘compelling interest’ in censoring the Internet.

The Second Amendment doesn’t say you have the right to keep and bear arms until some madman plants a bomb.

The Fourth Amendment doesn’t say you have the right to be secure from search and seizure unless some FBI agent thinks you fit the profile of a terrorist.

The government has no right to interfere with any of these freedoms under any circumstances.”

By

— Harry Browne (1933-2006) American libertarian writer, politician, and free-market investment analyst. Libertarian candidate for US President 1996 & 2000 (via rawrmelissaa)

Really? That’s so cute that you think so. They created those “rights.” What makes you think for one second they cannot bend their own rules?

(via disobey)