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James Comey's First Draft of the Memo That Absolved Hillary Clinton Was Just Released

A first draft of former FBI Director James Comey’s 2016 memo announcing that the FBI would bring no charges against Hillary Clinton has been made available to the public, according to The Hill.

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Atlanta is Decriminalizing Marijuana. Good.

Atlanta is decriminalizing marijuana. Good.

It’s certainly been a rough week, but amid gunfire in Las Vegas, police brutality in Catalonia, and the sluggish pace of relief for Puerto Rico, forces of liberty and common sense won a major victory in Atlanta. The 15 members of the Atlanta City Council voted unanimously Monday to approve Ordinance 17-O-1152, which would decriminalize the…

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North Carolina Man Who Punched 12-Year-Old's Teeth Out and Called Him the N-Word Claims Self-Defense

Grown man who punched a kid’s teeth out and claimed self-defense tells his side of the story

A mother in Charlotte County said her 12-year-old son got punched in the face by a man on Wednesday, knocking out his front teeth and busting his lip. RELATED: A neighbor who didn’t hesitate to shoot and kill a would-be drowner of twin babies has officially been ruled justified Watch the video Now she is upset…

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Jeff Sessions’ Crusade Against Marijuana Hurts the Most Vulnerable - I Know Because I'm One of Them

By Garett Roush If Attorney General Jeff Sessions had his way, I would once again be at risk of constant seizures. The former U.S. Senator from Alabama and now the nation’s top cop has started a crusade against states that have allowed access to cannabis for both medicinal and recreational use. As an epileptic, medicinal marijuana…

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The Supreme Court Just Struck Another Blow Against Asset Forfeiture Abuse

The Supreme Court appears to be on a roll where asset forfeiture is concerned. SCOTUS isn’t making any sweeping overhauls, but the trend is clearly toward reform. Back in April, the court ruled 7-1 that Colorado can’t keep fines, court costs, and other money taken from defendants if their convictions are overturned. “Colorado may not presume…

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