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CA winery driven out of business after state-imposed fine

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(Mercury News) – A small-time vintner’s use of volunteer workers has put him out of business after the state squeezed him like a late-summer grape for $115,000 in…

what-the-hell

Officers celebrate the confiscation of 190 pounds of…ginsing?

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(Register Herald) – Over the last two weeks, National Resource Police Officers of District IV have confiscated more than 190 pounds of illegally dug ginseng worth $180,000. Officer…

foreign-policy

Surprise! U.S. airstrikes in Syria spark 200 additional opposition fighters

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(Reuters via Yahoo) – More than 200 fighters have joined Islamic State in Syria’s northern Aleppo province since U.S. President Barack Obama said the United States would strike…

good-news

New Apple encryption on iPhone Locks Out N.S.A. investigations

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(NY Times) – Devoted customers of Apple products these days worry about whether the new iPhone 6 will bend in their jean pockets. The National Security Agency and the nation’s law…

third-parties

Third party exclusion helps solidify two-party train wreck

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(Lubbock Journal) – For all practical purposes, Kathie Glass has been a full-time campaigner since last October. The Houston attorney, who is running for governor on the Libertarian…

news-views

Warrant-less GPS tracking may set convicted drug dealer free

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(The Post and Courier) – A convicted drug dealer could potentially walk free from prison in coming months after the state Supreme Court ruled North Charleston police violated…

freedoms-jeopardy

Chef Emeril says Obama policies crushing middle class restauranteurs

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(The Week) – Chef Emeril Lagasse shot to fame as the host of a popular Food Network show that encouraged amateur chefs to try their own hands in…

news-views

Obamacare Website Costs Exceed $2 Billion, Study Finds

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(Bloomberg) – The federal government’s Obamacare enrollment system has cost about $2.1 billion so far, according to a Bloomberg Government analysis of contracts related to the project. Spending…

constitution

Despite massive spending, underachievement prevails

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(SmallGovTimes) – Did you know that the number of people on food stamps has grown over the past 13 years by nearly 30 million, which accounts for almost…

gun-control-second-amendment

It’s official: Anti-gun groups oppose law-abiding gun ownership

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(SmallGovTimes) – It has been long argued by freedom-loving Americans that anti-gun groups from around the nation actively strive for civilian disarmament that disproportionately effects the law-abiding, and…