Trump administration studies seeking the death penalty for drug dealers

President Trump last week suggested executing drug dealers as a way to make a dent in opioid addiction. Opioids killed nearly 64,000 people in 2016, and the crisis is straining local health and emergency services.

Trump administration studies seeking the death penalty for drug dealershttps://www.washingtonpost.com/amphtml/national/trump-administration-studying-possibility-of-seeking-death-penalty-for-drug-dealers/2018/03/09/4d9cc994-23c3-11e8-94da-ebf9d112159c_story.html?utm_term=.e680b88ff5f3&__twitter_impression=trueThe Trump administration is studying new policy that could allow prosecutors to seek the death penalty for drug dealers, according to people with knowledge of the discussions, a…

Trump also has endorsed Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte’s approach to the issue; Duterte’s “drug war” has led to the deaths of thousands of people by extrajudicial police killings. Last year, Trump praised Duterte in a phone call for doing an “unbelievable job on the drug problem,” according to the New York Times.

Is there an internet purge of conservative voices or voices of dissension online? 

Some say yes, and that the purge is being pushed by several social media companies.

We’ve heard about censorship before… but is what is happening now an all-out purge?

This is a Reality Check you won’t get anywhere else.

Reality Check: Internet Purge of Dissenting Voices?

Reality Check: Internet Purge of Dissenting Voices?http://truthinmedia.com/reality-check-internet-purge-dissenting-voices/Is there an Internet purge of conservative voices or voices of dissension online? Some say yes, and that the purge is being pushed by YouTube (owed by Google) and Facebook and Twitter.

 

Kansas sues a truck and loses

The trial judge agreed and the appeals court upheld his ruling.

“The time it took for dispatch to conduct a criminal history check, which in turn gave Scooby time to conduct a dog sniff, impermissibly extended the duration of the stop,” the court ruled. “We agree with the district court’s conclusion that the seizure that occurred during the dog sniff violated the Fourth Amendment, and the evidence must be suppressed.”

Kansas sues Toyota pickup after police dog finds marijuana; the truck wins | The Modesto Bee

Kansas sues Toyota pickup after police dog finds marijuana; the truck wins | The Modesto Beehttp://www.modbee.com/news/nation-world/national/article201796909.htmlThe state of Kansas can’t take a Toyota pickup and $84,000 from a man caught with marijuana, because the arresting officer improperly extended a traffic stop to give his police dog, “Scooby,” time to sniff out the pot, an appellate court has decided.

I personally think ALL property should be returned in unlawful search and seizures. Yes, even drugs or cannabis, whatever the property may be!

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Welcome freedom lovers, anarchist, libertarians, voluntarist, and truth seekers. This site was primarily created for my own interest and use, however, once I open up registration you to can enjoy the features of the site and become a contributor to the network. My favorite and likely most used feature is the “Bookmarklet” tool. Each profile has a bookmarklet that can be …