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Supreme Court Asked To Settle Battle Over Courtroom Ban On Phones, Computers

By Chris Morran Consumerist January 12, 2017   Supreme Court Asked To Settle Battle Over Courtroom Ban On Phones, Computers     For more than 35 years, states have been allowed to let cameras in the courtroom, but some courts have enacted full bans — not just on TV cameras and photographers but on all […]

Supreme Court Asked To Settle Battle Over Courtroom Ban On Phones, Computers

Why the Bill of Rights Is Failing

Why the Bill of Rights Is Failing

By Ryan McMaken Mises Institute December 16, 2016   Why the Bill of Rights Is Failing   225 years ago today, the first ten amendments were added to the new Constitution of 1787. Those amendments have come to be known as the Bill of Rights, and taken as a whole, these amendments represent what can only […]


Donald Trump Meets with Judge Andrew Napolitano Regarding Supreme Court Nomination

By Adam Dick Ron Paul Institute December 15, 2016   Donald Trump Meets with Judge Andrew Napolitano Regarding Supreme Court Nomination   Judge Andrew Napolitano, who serves on the Ron Paul Institute Advisory Board in addition to being the senior judicial analyst at Fox News, met for an hour Thursday with President-elect Donald Trump at […]

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Starting Today, Feds Can Hack Millions of Devices with One Warrant

By  Shaun Bradley The Anti-Media December 1, 2016   Starting Today, Feds Can Hack Millions of Devices with One Warrant     On Thursday, December 1, a vital Supreme Court order is set to go into effect that dramatically expands the surveillance power of federal agents. The impending alteration to Rule 41 of the Federal […]

Starting Tomorrow, Feds Can Hack Millions of Devices with One Warrant

Justice Thomas: Honor Scalia by reining in government

Justice Thomas: Honor Scalia by reining in government

By Against Crony Capitalism November 19, 2016   Justice Thomas: Honor Scalia by reining in government     Well, we’ll have to see how things go with Trump. On the one hand he appears to be making some positive moves toward streamlining some things in government. On the other hand he is also talking about […]


Gary Johnson and Bill Weld Presidential Campaign Dragging Libertarianism Through the Mud

By RPI Staff Ron Paul Institute August 28, 2016   Gary Johnson and Bill Weld Presidential Campaign Dragging Libertarianism Through the Mud     Ron Paul Institute Senior Fellow Adam Dick, in a Wake Up Call Podcast interview posted on Friday, argues that Libertarian Party presidential and vice-presidential nominees Gary Johnson and Bill Weld have […]

Gary Johnson and Bill Weld Presidential Campaign Dragging Libertarianism Through the Mud

Hillary: ‘I’m Not Here to Take Away Your Guns’ – But She Will

Hillary: ‘I’m Not Here to Take Away Your Guns’ – But She Will

By Daily Bell Staff The Daily Bell July 31, 2016   Hillary: ‘I’m Not Here to Take Away Your Guns’ – But She Will     Hillary Clinton at her DNC speech: “I’m not here to take away your guns” …   Hillary Clinton wants you to know one thing about her position on gun control: […]


Shame on the U.S. Supreme Court for Making a Mockery of the First Amendment 1

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute May 16, 2016   Shame on the U.S. Supreme Court for Making a Mockery of the First Amendment       “The vitality of civil and political institutions in our society depends on free discussion… It is only through free debate and free exchange of ideas that government […]

Shame on the U.S. Supreme Court for Making a Mockery of the First Amendment

Supreme Court Quietly Approves Rule to Give FBI 'Sprawling' Hacking Powers

Supreme Court Quietly Approves Rule to Give FBI ‘Sprawling’ Hacking Powers

By Nadia Prupis Common Dreams April 30, 2016   Supreme Court Quietly Approves Rule to Give FBI ‘Sprawling’ Hacking Powers Absent action by Congress, the rule change will go into effect in December     The U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday quietly approved a rule change that would allow a federal magistrate judge to issue […]


Presstitutes At Work ~ Paul Craig Roberts

By Dr. Paul Craig Roberts Paul Craig Roberts.org February 25, 2016   Presstitutes At Work   This morning I was stuck in front of a Fox “News” broadcast for a short period and then with a NPR news program. It was enough to convince me that Nazi propaganda during Hitler’s Third Reich was very mild […]

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The People vs. the Police State: The Struggle for Justice in the Supreme Court

By John W. Whitehead The Rutherford Institute February 22, 2016   The People vs. the Police State: The Struggle for Justice in the Supreme Court     “We are not to simply bandage the wounds of victims beneath the wheels of injustice, we are to drive a spoke into the wheel itself.”—Dietrich Bonhoeffer The untimely […]


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 […]

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

Jimmy Carter: Citizens United ‘Gives Legal Bribery a Chance to Prevail’

By Andrea Germanos Common Dreams February 5, 2016   Jimmy Carter: Citizens United ‘Gives Legal Bribery a Chance to Prevail’ Former president slams ‘the erroneous ruling of the Supreme Court’     Former U.S. President and Nobel Peace Prize winner Jimmy Carter has taken aim at the “erroneous” Supreme Court ruling that “gives legal bribery a […]


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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