Fury over High Court judges who defied Brexit voters and could trigger constitutional crisis. Press For Truth. What is ALEC? - ALEC Exposed. What is ALEC?
The Siege of Julian Assange Is A Farce. Four Horsemen. Wars of the 21st century.
» Rogue Government Prepares For Heated Conflict, Historical Cycles Point to Coming Clash Alex Jones' Infowars: There's a war on for your mind! Policing for Profit. “This tightly reasoned document is a call for action by legislatures, citizens and, in the last resort, the Supreme Court.”
—Richard A. Epstein, University of Chicago Law School By Marian R. Williams, Ph.D. Jefferson E. March 2010 Civil forfeiture laws represent one of the most serious assaults on private property rights in the nation today. Americans are supposed to be innocent until proven guilty, but civil forfeiture turns that principle on its head. Policing for Profit: The Abuse of Civil Asset Forfeiture chronicles how state and federal laws leave innocent property owners vulnerable to forfeiture abuse and encourage law enforcement to take property to boost their budgets. Federal laws encourage even more civil forfeiture abuse through a loophole called “equitable sharing” that allows law enforcement to circumvent even the limited protections of state laws.
Cops Use Traffic Stops To Seize Millions From Drivers Never Charged With A Crime. NYPD Seized an Innocent Man’s Cash, Used It to Pad Their Pensions. Declaration Of Independence: Do Our Rights Come from God, the Constitution, the Supreme Court, or Congress? - Freedom Outpost. Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizens.
The United States is an Oligarchy" Dominated By The Economic Elite. Most Americans wake up every morning believing that they live in a democracy.
A new study from researchers at Princeton and Northwestern University titled Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizens starkly contrasts the notion that America provides an equal playing field for every citizen, as it was intended to do at its founding. After a multivariate analysis of key variables involving 1,179 policy issues the results provide “substantial support for theories of Economic Elite Domination,” wherein economic elites and organized groups representing business interests maintain “substantial independent impacts on U.S. government policy,” while average citizens have little or no independent influence. – senseih
We have the right to vote, the right to work, and the right to freely express our opinions without threat of imprisonment or worse.
Our political leaders often tout the United States as being a democracy of and for the people. We even spend hundreds of billions of dollars a year spreading this democratic influence to the rest of the world. But a new study from researchers at Princeton and Northwestern University titled Testing Theories of American Politics: Elites, Interest Groups, and Average Citizens starkly contrasts the notion that America provides an equal playing field for every citizen, as it was intended to do at its founding. Obama: ‘The American People WANT Me to Sign All These Executive Orders’
Melissa MeltonActivist Post The single quotes in this article’s headline denote a paraphrase of something Obama basically said Wednesday at his U.S.
-Africa Leaders Summit specifically in defense of his use of executive orders to bypass Congress whenever he feels like it. NY Mayor: Obama “Has Every Right” to Bypass Congress on Amnesty. “…The president has every right to act in every way he can,” Bill de Blasio says Kit Daniels Prison Planet.com July 1, 2014 New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio fully supports President Obama’s plan to bypass Congress by using executive actions to further enact amnesty for illegal aliens.
Credit: Kevin Case / Flickr During a press conference earlier today, the Democratic mayor said Obama “has every right to act in every way he can” to implement so-called “immigration reform” by himself. “If Congress is uninterested in acting on crucial national issues that have fundamental national impact on our future as a country, then the president has every right to act in every way he can,” de Blasio said, suggesting that the best way to deal with the undocumented “fellow residents of this country” right now is through amnesty by executive fiat. 14 defining characteristics of fascism: The U.S. in 2012. When fascism comes to America, it will be wrapped in the flag and carrying the cross. — Sinclair Lewis, It Can’t Happen Here. (1935) Gregory PatinActivist Post In the spring of 2003, ex-corporate executive and political scientist Lawrence W.
Britt published an essay in Free Inquiry magazine entitled “Fascism Anyone?” A Question of Power: The Imperial Presidency. Below is my column this week in American Legion Magazine which juxtaposed my view of the Obama presidency with the opposing view of William Howell, the Sydney Stein Professor in American Politics at the University of Chicago.
Notably, a ranking member of the Administration this week wrote that more executive actions are being planned by the White House. The Foundry: Conservative Policy News from The Heritage Foundation. How much danger does the federal government’s unprincipled, out-of-control body of criminal law pose to, say, the average American small-business person?
“Full Spectrum Dominance: Totalitarian Democracy in the New World Order” For over 30 years, F.
‘LAST THING US Wants in the World is DEMOCRACY: It Wants CONTROL’ <strong>Using fake evidence is usual Washington tactic: What is the information war?
What methods is America using? </strong> <strong><span style=”font-size: 13px;”>For a RT video presentation: Sophie Shevardnadze: America often appeals to its First Amendment rights and the freedom of speech, but then I can’t help but notice that the US officials are very wary of having any journalists voice an alternative point of view. Texas inmate must stay in prison, despite conviction being overturned in 1980 Michael Graczyk/AP Jerry Hartfield, pictured here at the visiting area of the Texas Department of Criminal Justice prison outside Gatesville, remains behind bars despite his murder conviction being overturned in 1980. A Texas inmate with the critical thinking ability of a first-grader has been waiting some 34 years for a new trial. And now he'll wait some more. In a recent ruling, a judge decided that Jerry Hartfield's constitutional right to a speedy trial had not been violated — despite being imprisoned since 1980 on a murder conviction that had been overturned — because, in essence, Hartfield did not ask for a new trial.
Judge Craig Estlinbaum found the state had been negligent in failing to retry the 56-year-old man, and that his ability to adequately defend himself had diminished over time, but he ultimately ruled Hartfield was responsible for his own incarceration because he failed to seek a new trial. Mr.
Fighting back. Push to ban environmental boycotts.