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Judge Napolitano: Clinton Espionage Evidence is Overwhelming. Will Obama Block Prosecution?

By Adam Dick Ron Paul Institute February 5, 2016   Judge Napolitano: Clinton Espionage Evidence is Overwhelming. Will Obama Block Prosecution?   In a new video report at Fox News, former New Jersey Judge Andrew Napolitano predicts that the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) will “very soon” recommend the prosecution of Hillary Clinton for espionage […]

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Bill Aims To Restore Consumers’ Legal Rights Stripped Away By Supreme Court Rulings

Bill Aims To Restore Consumers’ Legal Rights Stripped Away By Supreme Court Rulings

By Chris Morran Consumerist February 5, 2016   Bill Aims To Restore Consumers’ Legal Rights Stripped Away By Supreme Court Rulings     In recent years, a narrow majority of the U.S. Supreme Court has repeatedly sided against consumers’ access to the justice system, concluding that a 90-year-old law gives companies the authority to effectively […]


Walmart Ordered To Pay $31 Million For Retaliating Against Pharmacist Whistleblower 1

By Chris Morran Consumerist January 29, 2016   Walmart Ordered To Pay $31 Million For Retaliating Against Pharmacist Whistleblower     A federal jury in New Hampshire has slapped the nation’s largest retailer with more than $31 million in penalties for unlawful retaliation and gender bias against a former pharmacist who blew the whistle on […]

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Presidential Crimes Then And Now ~ Paul Craig Roberts

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Paul Craig Roberts.org January 27, 2016   Presidential Crimes Then And Now Are Nixon’s and the Reagan administration’s crimes noticable on the scale of Clinton’s, George W. Bush’s, and Obama’s?     Not much remains of the once vibrant American left-wing. Among the brainwashed remnants there is such a hatred […]


In Landmark Ruling, UK Court Affirms “Journalism Isn’t Terrorism”

By Nadia Prupis Common Dreams January 19, 2016   In Landmark Ruling, UK Court Affirms “Journalism Isn’t Terrorism” Court rules in favor of David Miranda, detained for nine hours at Heathrow airport in 2013 while transporting journalist documents on NSA revelations     In a landmark ruling, a British appeals court on Tuesday found that the […]

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The police “stole” his house over $40

By Mark Nestmann Nestmann.com January 16, 2016   The police “stole” his house over $40     When I was nine years old, I was one of the smallest students in my fourth grade class. With my small size, not to mention my smart mouth, I attracted more than my share of elementary school bullies. […]


The Rule Of Law No Longer Exists In Western Civilization ~ Paul Craig Roberts

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Paul Craig Roberts.org January 5, 2016   The Rule Of Law No Longer Exists In Western Civilization   My work documenting how the law was lost began about a quarter of a century ago. A close friend and distinguished attorney, Dean Booth, first brought to my attention the erosion of the […]

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Supreme Court Once Again Shows Its Disdain For Consumer Rights

By Chris Morran Consumerist December 14, 2015   Supreme Court Once Again Shows Its Disdain For Consumer Rights   (afagen)   For the third time in five years, the U.S. Supreme Court had a chance to reverse a terrifying trend in consumer rights by doing something, anything, to rein in “forced arbitration” clauses that strip […]

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To France from a Post-9/11 America: Lessons We Learned Too Late

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute November 21, 2015 (First published November 16, 2015)   To France from a Post-9/11 America: Lessons We Learned Too Late   “They that can give up essential liberty to obtain a little temporary safety deserve neither liberty nor safety.” ― Benjamin Franklin “Voice or no voice, the people […]

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Could This Law Send Every Presidential Candidate to Jail?

By John-Michael Seibler The Daily Signal November 11, 2015   Could This Law Send Every Presidential Candidate to Jail?     18 U.S. Code § 604 makes it a federal crime to be “in any manner concerned in soliciting or receiving” any contributions “for any political purpose from any person” entitled to government relief. That could […]

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Federal Budget Proposal Would Allow Government To Robocall Your Cellphone Over Debts

By Chris Morran Consumerist October 29, 2015   Federal Budget Proposal Would Allow Government To Robocall Your Cellphone Over Debts   (alexkerhead)   Federal law currently prohibits most non-emergency robocalls to cellphones unless the recipient has given their prior express consent to receive auto-dialed calls. But amid the battle over the federal budget, someone has […]

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