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Black man driving white wife to work has car seized by Liberal NYC for “illegal cab service”

Not only ridiculous, but chock full of racial profiling. :

Married couple Dan Keys Jr., 66, and Symone Palermo, 53 were recently investigated by a New York City government agency because Dan was under suspicion of running an illegal cab service.

The incident unfolded when Keys, 66, dropped off Palermo at a Flushing mall, where she works in a Bob’s Discount Furniture store, according to legal documents.

He was then approached by TLC employees who charged that his passenger had left the back seat, which meant he was providing her an illegal ride.

They falsely claimed “the white female passenger exchanged money and that the passenger had confirmed that the Town Car was being operated as a taxi,” according to the lawsuit filed last week in Queens Supreme Court.

“Upon information, the only reason that the TLC agents stopped Keys was because they observed an African-American male driving what they thought to be a white female,” court papers charged.

They added that Palermo, 53 — who is biracial — then returned to the car and explained she is the driver’s wife.

But the Bayside couple’s explanations fell on deaf ears.

They both received summonses — the wife got one as the registered owner of the car — and the agents allegedly continued the charade to cover up their mistake.

Supreme Court quietly revising decisions years after they were issued without public notice

Interesting, and a little disturbing. From :

The  has been quietly revising its decisions years after they were issued, altering the law of the land without public notice. The revisions include “truly substantive changes in factual statements and legal reasoning,” said , a law professor at Harvard and the author of  examining the phenomenon.

The court can act quickly, as when Justice  last month corrected an embarrassing error in a dissent in a case involving the Environmental Protection Agency.

Former Abortion Clinic Director: "Our Goal was 3-5 Abortions Per Student"

Make no mistake, they are after your kids' hearts and minds.  From :

Once upon a time, abortion activists used the catchphrase “safe, legal, and rare” as a way to sell people the pro-abortion cause — but make no mistakes, they never actually believed it. The goal has always been to get people to have as many abortions as possible, as :

Public school sexual education programs run by pro-choice groups “break down the natural modesty (of students), they separate them from their parents and their values … and they eventually give them low-dose birth control pills they know they’ll get pregnant on,” Everett told Progressives Today.

Everett understands the tactics used by pro-choice organizations like Planned Parenthood because she earned a living in the profitable abortion industry. She ran four different abortion centers in the Dallas-Fort Worth area between 1977 and 1983, when she changed her position on the issue.

Abortionist Who Twists Off Babies’ Heads in Abortions Hasn’t Been Inspected in Years

Read at :

In response to a Freedom of Information Act request, Operation Rescue has received documents that indicate ’s Texas Ambulatory Surgical Center in Houston, Texas, has not been inspected since 2010, despite supposed investigations last year into .

Operation Rescue also received a one-page document that indicated a routine licensing inspection was conducted at Karpen’s second Houston abortion clinic, Aaron Women’s Center, on March 13, 2013. The contents of that report were completely redacted.

The Aaron Women’s Center inspection took place two months before Operation Rescue released its report based on evidence provided by four of Karpen’s former abortion clinic employees, which demanded an investigation into Karpen’s late-term abortion business on May 15, 2013.

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Cop Pulls Gun on Boys Building a Tree Fort

No overreaction here :/ :

From WSBTV:

A fifth-grader says he was terrified when a police officer pointed a gun at him and his friends while they built a tree fort.

Omari Grant, 11, said he and his friends often play in a wooded area behind his home and were building a fort when a neighbor in the next subdivision called police to complain about what the boys were doing.

But no one anticipated what Omari and his mother say happened next….

Omari told Diamant that two officers, one with his gun drawn, rolled up on him and a few of his friends as they built a fort in the trees behind his home.

“I was thinking that I don’t want to be shot today, so I just listened to what they said,” Omari said.

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Guilty of possessing muzzleloader bullets in D.C.

An unbelievable verdict from D.C. Apparently it's illegal to have lumps of inert, copper coated lead in your possession. The lumps might somehow gain velocity and pew pew somebody. Seen at :

In a surprising twist at the end of a long trial, a District of Columbia judge found guilty of “attempted possession of unlawful ammunition” for antique replica muzzleloader bullets.

Judge sentenced to time served, a $50 fine and required him to enroll with the ’s firearm offenders’ registry within 48 hours.

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Until the final hours of the trial, both the defense and government focused the case on whether the single 12 gauge shotgun shell that was found in ’s D.C. home was operable. The judge, however, never ruled on it.

In the afternoon on Wednesday, Judge  shook the plastic shell and tried to listen to something inside. He said he could not hear any gunpowder. He then asked the lawyers to open the shell to see if there was powder inside.

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