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Anybody got a Sharpie I can borrow?

Apparently, if you don’t actually put your name on every one of your possessions, police are entitled to take them for their own personal use.

Oh, look. Vast sums of illicit money fuel corruption.

More unsurprising bombshells in Colombia. Today in the Washington Post

BOGOTA, Colombia — An investigation by the Colombian Defense Ministry has found that drug traffickers and rebels from the country’s largest guerrilla group infiltrated the U.S.-backed military here, paying high-ranking officers for classified information to help elude capture and continue smuggling cocaine.

It is part […]

Tennessee drug tax law unconstitutional

IAt TalkLeft:

An appeals court in Tennessee has ruled the state’s tax on illegal drugs unconstitutional calling it “arbitrary, capricious and unreasonable.”

I’ve mentioned the Tennessee Tax before and I’ve talked about the whole notion of state illegal drug taxes several times. In case this is new to you, the idea is that the […]