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Japan Imposes Sweeping Pre-Crime Surveillance Law Ahead Of 2020 Olympics

By Nicholas West Activist Post June 16, 2017   Japan Imposes Sweeping Pre-Crime Surveillance Law Ahead Of 2020 Olympics     With the latest spate of terror attacks we are beginning to witness supposedly democratic countries take increasingly tyrannical positions in the name of security. Yesterday, Germany made it clear that they were willing to eradicate […]

Japan Imposes Sweeping Pre-Crime Surveillance Law Ahead Of 2020 Olympics

Civil Asset Forfeiture: Another Stealth Tax

Civil Asset Forfeiture: Another Stealth Tax

By Ryan McMaken Mises Institute June 10, 2017   Civil Asset Forfeiture: Another Stealth Tax   When you’re a government agency, asking for a tax increase is always a hassle. For the most part, taxpayers don’t like taxes, and if asked if they want to pay more, they’re likely to often say “no.” Moreover, when public […]


Are The U.S. Legal Profession And Case Law Truly Antiquated?

Op-Ed by Catherine Frompovich Activist Post April 22, 2017   Are The U.S. Legal Profession And Case Law Truly Antiquated?     Here’s something to consider, I offer.  The law as practiced and enforced in the USA is antiquated!  Why do I say that, especially since I studied law; was first in my class and […]

Are The U.S. Legal Profession And Case Law Truly Antiquated?

Twilight of the Courts: The Elusive Search for Justice in the American Police State

How to Steal From Your Employer Using the Courts and Grammar

By Joe Jarvis The Daily Bell March 25, 2017   How to Steal From Your Employer Using the Courts and Grammar     What is the point of law? Is it to settle disputes that arise between two individuals; the way common law was born? Or perhaps law is meant to spur debate on the use of […]


Here’s the List: More Than a Dozen Proven Victims of Obama’s Many Wiretaps

By Against Crony Capitalism March 6, 2017   Here’s the List: More Than a Dozen Proven Victims of Obama’s Many Wiretaps     Whether it was “wire tapping” or computer surveillance is immaterial. Let’s open this up because things have gotten out of hand. This is an opportunity for the American people to peel back some […]

Here’s the List: More Than a Dozen Proven Victims of Obama’s Many Wiretaps

Cartoon: The Courts Strike Again

By Michael Ramirez The Daily Signal February 14, 2017   Cartoon: The Courts Strike Again   Copyright © 2017 The Daily Signal Reprinted with permission from The Daily Signal

The Courts Strike Again

Lynching Free Speech: The Intolerant State of America

The FBI: The Silent Terror of the Fourth Reich

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute February 10, 2017   The FBI: The Silent Terror of the Fourth Reich     “After five years of Hitler’s dictatorship, the Nazi police had won the FBI’s seal of approval.”— Historian Robert Gellately Lately, there’s been a lot of rhetoric comparing Donald Trump to Adolf Hitler. The […]


Lynching Free Speech: The Intolerant State of America

Rule by Brute Force: The True Nature of Government

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute February 3, 2017   Rule by Brute Force: The True Nature of Government   All of the imperial powers amassed by Barack Obama and George W. Bush—to kill American citizens without due process, to detain suspects indefinitely, to strip Americans of their citizenship rights, to carry out mass […]


Monarchy Without the King

By Bionic Mosquito Bionic Mosquito January 29, 2017   Monarchy Without the King       The work of the Revolution was the restoration of absolute monarchy. So writes Bertrand de Jouvenel in his book On Power: The Natural History of its Growth. He is writing of the French Revolution. While it took somewhat longer […]

Monarchy Without the King

Should Microsoft Be Allowed To Tells Its Users When Government Searches Their Data?

Should Microsoft Be Allowed To Tells Its Users When Government Searches Their Data?

By Chris Morran Consumerist January 24, 2017   Should Microsoft Be Allowed To Tells Its Users When Government Searches Their Data?     If the police serve a search warrant on your home, you know, but if law enforcement searches your cloud-stored files, you’ll probably have no idea — and companies like Microsoft are currently […]


Ron Paul Recommends Reading This French Book Published in 1850

By Adam Dick Ron Paul Institute August 5, 2016   Ron Paul Recommends Reading This French Book Published in 1850     Thursday on the Tom Woods Show, host Tom Woods asked libertarian communicator Ron Paul what one book Paul would suggest someone read as an introduction to Paul’s views. Paul responded that he would […]

The Law addresses so well is “the principle on nonaggression,” which holds that “we can’t do harm to anybody else and the government shouldn’t be able to do it either.”