If you receive an application for a position requiring a lot of driving or operating heavy machinery, and the applicant has a known history of alcohol or substance abuse, you’d probably be justified in turning the applicant down for the job, right?
You probably already know the answer to this, but: wrong.
158. A pistol-packin’ granny caps a would-be mugger in Manhattan and gets sued for her trouble.
159. Puppycide in Buffalo during a police raid that fails to turn up any drugs or make any arrests.
160. Maricopa County (Ariz.) Sheriff Joe Arpaio, no friend of fugitives, illegal immigrants or [...]
103. More isolated incidents: an ATF squad hits the wrong house in Miami, damaging the front door and breaking windows from tear-gas canisters fired into the house. Among the non-criminals in the house were a woman and her 3-year-old son.
104. Hey you damn kids, get off my monument: a group of [...]
92. Police agencies in Kentucky go on a “Byrne Blitz”—a concerted effort to increase drug seizures and arrests to ensure that the Federal funding spigot continues to flow freely.
93. First Amendment follies:
A Santeria priest sues a Texas town over their prohibition against animal sacrifice. An Illinois delegate [...]
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