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Here are 7 stories you might have missed while the media obsessed over the MAGA kid:

1. Federal Court Rules Police May Not Compel Passenger ID During Traffic Stop

The Ninth Circuit has ruled that the police violated the Fourth Amendment when they asked a passenger to provide identification. The Court found that “a demand for a passenger’s identification is not part of the mission of a traffic stop.” As the court explained, “The identity of a passenger…will ordinarily have no relation to a driver’s safe operation of a vehicle.”

2. ACLU Sues Seven Federal Agencies After Failure to Disclose Social Media Monitoring Data

The American Civil Liberties sued the agencies to get some answers, hoping to reveal the exact nature of social media surveillance — especially whether agencies are monitoring and retaining social media posts, or using surveillance products that label activists and people of color as threats to public safety based on their First Amendment-protected activities.

3. Court Rules ‘Ag-Gag’ Law Criminalizing Undercover Reporting Violates the First Amendment

In a win for freedom of the press, a federal court this month struck down an Iowa law making it a crime to lie about your intentions when accessing an agricultural production facility. The “ag-gag” law, which was aimed at undercover journalists and activists, essentially prevented undercover investigations of the agricultural industry. In a lawsuit brought by the ACLU of Iowa, the court rightly found that the law violates the First Amendment.

4. DOJ exploring ways to more easily spy on journalists

“For months now, the Department of Justice (DOJ) quietly has been working on a revision to its guidelines governing how, when and why prosecutors can obtain the records of journalists, particularly in leak cases.” ACLU says, “The Justice Department Shouldn’t Be Snooping on Journalists”. Bonus: Declassified Documents Expose DOJ Rules for Spying on Journalists with Secret Court.

5. Yellow Vest Movement Has Officially Gone Global

Is a global revolution really brewing? Time will tell, but for the moment, it does seem that more countries are joining France in protesting against government and corporate corruption while wearing yellow vests. Hopefully, the people stay in control of this burgeoning movement and allow spontaneous order and decentralization to take hold.

6. “Below 1%”: The Monarch Butterfly Is Approaching Total and Irreversible Extinction

According to a new survey conducted by the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation, the iconic North American butterfly, which migrates thousands of miles across the continent on an annual basis, is now hovering inches away from extinction.

7. The Brazen Detention of Marzieh Hashemi, America’s Newest Political Prisoner

“Today Marzieh Hashemi sits alone. Isolated and entombed deep in a government catacomb, she stands charged with no offense but in the eyes of this administration guilty as charged . . . a Muslim, a journalist, and a US ex-pat who has found shelter from its storm in Iran.”

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6. “Below 1%”: The Monarch Butterfly Is Approaching Total and Irreversible Extinction

According to a new survey conducted by the Xerces Society for Invertebrate Conservation, the iconic North American butterfly, which migrates thousands of miles across the continent on an annual basis, is now hovering inches away from extinction.

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WTH? What's the point of pulling someone over if the officer can't identify the driver of the vehicle?
And collisions. This is going to completely screw up insurance claims and liability.
smh Another freaking ruling on behalf of illegals that screws Americans.
(01-23-2019, 11:52 PM)Citizen37082 Wrote: [ -> ]WTH? What's the point of pulling someone over if the officer can't identify the driver of the vehicle?
And collisions. This is going to completely screw up insurance claims and liability.
smh Another freaking ruling on behalf of illegals that screws Americans.

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(01-23-2019, 11:58 PM)DeadpoolLovesYou Wrote: [ -> ]
(01-23-2019, 11:52 PM)Citizen37082 Wrote: [ -> ]WTH? What's the point of pulling someone over if the officer can't identify the driver of the vehicle?
And collisions. This is going to completely screw up insurance claims and liability.
smh Another freaking ruling on behalf of illegals that screws Americans.

Passenger

??? Passenger in a moving violation or passenger in a collision or accomplice in an auto theft?
Seriously, Deadpool. This is one of the craziest things the 9th Circuit has done yet.
There can't be liability or insurance claims without the ability to identify the parties involved.
Coverage is reliant on the an authorized driver operating the vehicle at the time of the claim.

Ten to one, this is about enabling/ facilitating illegal voting by illegals. Period.

Or are you saying that it's the passenger who doesn't have to provide ID. Everything I said still applies.
(01-23-2019, 11:52 PM)Citizen37082 Wrote: [ -> ]WTH? What's the point of pulling someone over if the officer can't identify the driver of the vehicle?
And collisions. This is going to completely screw up insurance claims and liability.
smh Another freaking ruling on behalf of illegals that screws Americans.

That’s a 9th circuit Court of Appeals ruling.

I don’t have much faith in it standing up .
(01-24-2019, 12:20 AM)FallingDown Wrote: [ -> ]That’s a 9th circuit Court of Appeals ruling.

I don’t have much faith in it standing up .

Yeah, but in the meantime, it has the potential to be a BF Mess in the insurance industry.
Ay yi yi. Facepalm
(01-24-2019, 12:09 AM)Citizen37082 Wrote: [ -> ]
(01-23-2019, 11:58 PM)DeadpoolLovesYou Wrote: [ -> ]
(01-23-2019, 11:52 PM)Citizen37082 Wrote: [ -> ]WTH? What's the point of pulling someone over if the officer can't identify the driver of the vehicle?
And collisions. This is going to completely screw up insurance claims and liability.
smh Another freaking ruling on behalf of illegals that screws Americans.

Passenger

??? Passenger in a moving violation or passenger in a collision or accomplice in an auto theft?
Seriously, Deadpool. This is one of the craziest things the 9th Circuit has done yet.
There can't be liability or insurance claims without the ability to identify the parties involved.
Coverage is reliant on the an authorized driver operating the vehicle at the time of the claim.

Ten to one, this is about enabling/ facilitating illegal voting by illegals. Period.

Or are you saying that it's the passenger who doesn't have to provide ID. Everything I said still applies.

My understanding -- and I could be wrong --  is that if you get pulled over in a routine traffic stop, say for a burnt out tail light -- the police officer cannot compel the passenger to give identification during that routine stop. The driver must still produce identification. This does not address collisions or other things of a more serious nature, such as if a vehicle was used to rob a bank or something. That's what I get from it anyhow, based on that last sentence: As the court explained, “The identity of a passenger…will ordinarily have no relation to a driver’s safe operation of a vehicle.”
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