Protect Your Assets From Creditors and Thieves

Denial Changes Nothing There are many reasons to protect your assets from Creditors or litigious parties. Whether you own a lot or a little you should have certain protections in place to keep what is rightfully yours. If you have a bank account you need to be protected from Creditors, ex spouses, children’s ex spouses, … More Protect Your Assets From Creditors and Thieves

VIDEO Do You Know How Much Turkey Costs Have Gone Up in 10 Years?

Nov 21, 2018 By Michael W. Chapman (CNSNews.com) — The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) has released a video showing how much the cost of some Thanksgiving products has changed between 2008 and 2018. Turkey and booze are up but other items are down. In the video, the BLS reports that the cost of Turkey is up 13.4% since 2008. Alcoholic beverages … More VIDEO Do You Know How Much Turkey Costs Have Gone Up in 10 Years?

Mayor: Make Tijuana Great Again, Migrant “Horde” Has to Go

 Nov 20, 2018 by  R. Cort Kirkwood   A lot of Mexicans apparently don’t agree with a U.S. federal judge and leftist open-borders advocates that members of the “migrant caravan” that has occupied Tijuana and will be flooding the United States have rights that supersede those of citizens. Tijuanans have had enough of the migrants who … More Mayor: Make Tijuana Great Again, Migrant “Horde” Has to Go

The 14th Amendment Does Not Grant Citizenship to Children of Illegal Aliens

Nov 16, 2018  By Lino Graglia (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images) Birthright citizenship for children of illegal aliens should not be a difficult issue.  As I wrote earlier and George Will quoted in one of his columns, “It is difficult to imagine a more irrational and self-defeating legal system than one which makes unauthorized entry into … More The 14th Amendment Does Not Grant Citizenship to Children of Illegal Aliens

DOJ Should Appeal Court’s Reinstating CNN Acosta’s Credentials

AP Photos   16 Nov 2018 by Ken Klukowski A federal judge ordered the Trump administration in Washington, DC, on Friday to restore the White House press credentials of CNN’s Jim Acosta. But the appellate precedent underlying that order is wrong, so the Justice Department should continue appealing it all the way to the Supreme Court, … More DOJ Should Appeal Court’s Reinstating CNN Acosta’s Credentials

Forced Into Bankruptcy: The Involuntary Bankruptcy Process

May 12, 2018 By Bob Eisenbach  When a company is facing financial distress, the question often comes up whether creditors can “force” the company into bankruptcy. Although the answer is more complicated than it may seem, this post aims to sort out what being “forced into bankruptcy” really means (hint: there are two different ways this can happen) and why it matters … More Forced Into Bankruptcy: The Involuntary Bankruptcy Process

VIDEO 1,100 Vote Fraud Cases Forgotten While Florida Counts Ballots

Nov 16, 2018 by  Selwyn Duke   They’re the gang that couldn’t count straight. Or maybe they simply refuse to. But as Florida is counting and recounting ballots, and with leftists having long insisted that vote fraud is like unicorns, two truths should be noted. First, there are more than 1,100 documented cases of vote fraud … More VIDEO 1,100 Vote Fraud Cases Forgotten While Florida Counts Ballots

Acosta Wrong, Trump Right: It’s an Invasion

Nov 15, 2018  by  R. Cort Kirkwood   The federal judge who heard arguments on Wednesday in CNN’s lawsuit against the White House about the exile of anti-Trump agitator Jim Acosta has yet to rule. But whether the anti-Trump network and its tireless propagandist for the Left prevail in court, we’ve learned one thing already: Acosta’s not … More Acosta Wrong, Trump Right: It’s an Invasion

White House Answers CNN: We Decide Who Covers the President

November 14, 2018 by  R. Cort Kirkwood   The White House has answered CNN’s lawsuit seeking a court’s relief in the expulsion of anti-Trump reporter Jim Acosta. CNN sued the president and his aides because the White House suspended Acosta’s press pass after he refused, having asked a question and a follow-up, to surrender a microphone during a press … More White House Answers CNN: We Decide Who Covers the President

The Prestige: How Trump Could Pull Off The Ultimate Trick in Shutting Down The Mueller Investigation

Nov 12, 2018 by Jonathan Turley   Below is my column in The Hill newspaper on a novel way that President Donald Trump could use the Whitaker appointment to achieve what he has long sought: freezing or even ending the Mueller investigation.  As strange as it may seem, it could actually work if played correctly … More The Prestige: How Trump Could Pull Off The Ultimate Trick in Shutting Down The Mueller Investigation