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

Guaranteeing Free Speech vs. Campus Police States

Sept 18, 2017 by  James Murphy   At UC Berkeley on September 14, hundreds of riot-gear-wearing police officers were on hand to prevent leftist violence as conservative speaker Ben Shapiro took to the stage to address a crowd of a thousand devotees and detractors. The police presence at the event was intimidating and, admittedly, a little bit … More Guaranteeing Free Speech vs. Campus Police States

Trump Boots Putin’s KGB Tech Guru Kaspersky Out of Fedgov Computers

Sept 18, 2017 by  William F. Jasper   The Trump administration dealt a severe blow this past week to Kaspersky Lab, the Russian cybersecurity company that has become a global titan, with hundreds of millions of personal, corporate, and government computers dependent on its anti-virus products and services. On September 13, Acting Secretary of Homeland Security … More Trump Boots Putin’s KGB Tech Guru Kaspersky Out of Fedgov Computers

Jefferson Latest Target of the Left at University of Virginia

Sept 15 , 2017 by  Steve Byas Chanting, “No Trump, No KKK, no racist UVa,” and carrying signs which read, “Thomas Jefferson is a racist and a rapist,” radical protesters earlier this week attacked a statue in honor of Jefferson — at the university he founded. Neither campus police (the statue is university property) nor the … More Jefferson Latest Target of the Left at University of Virginia

VIDEO City Council in Maryland Votes to Give Vote to Non-U.S. Citizens

Sept 14, 2017 by  Warren Mass   With Mayor Patrick Wojahn breaking the council’s original 4-4 tie, the city council of College Park, Maryland, on September 12 approved by a 4-3 vote a measure to allow resident non-citizens, presumably including illegal immigrants, to vote in local elections. College Park is home to the University of Maryland … More VIDEO City Council in Maryland Votes to Give Vote to Non-U.S. Citizens

9/11 Families Charge in Lawsuit That Saudi Government Funded “Dry Run” of Plane Hijackings

 Sept 13, 2017 by  Warren Mass A lawsuit filed by families of the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks against the government of Saudi Arabia charges that two years before the attacks of September 11, 2001, the Saudi government funded a “dry run” designed to test airline security.  The story was broken by conservative author and … More 9/11 Families Charge in Lawsuit That Saudi Government Funded “Dry Run” of Plane Hijackings

Supreme Court Justice Stays Appeals Court Ruling Limiting Trump Travel Ban

Sept 12, 2017 by  Warren Mass Supreme Court Associate Justice Anthony Kennedy issued an order on September 11 that stayed a September 7 ruling by the U.S. Appeals Court for the Ninth Circuit that said that the Trump administration can’t ban grandparents and other family members of citizens and legal residents from coming to the United … More Supreme Court Justice Stays Appeals Court Ruling Limiting Trump Travel Ban

Democrats Set to Use Tribes to Bloat Their Vote With Proposed Voting Rights Advancement Act

Sept 11, 2017 by  Elaine D. Willman   It is astonishing to learn that at least 46 U.S. senators and 188 congressional representatives (all Democrats) are either unaware of or completely indifferent to the reality that tribal governments have no legal duty whatsoever to the American voter. That’s how many senators and representatives have signed … More Democrats Set to Use Tribes to Bloat Their Vote With Proposed Voting Rights Advancement Act

Two Fourth Amendment Cases Prove the Constitution Still Works

Sept 8, 2017 by  Bob Adelmann A nurse in Utah and a couple in Texas stood up for their rights as guaranteed to them in the Bill of Rights. The Utah nurse hasn’t filed suit, but the Texas couple did, and in both cases law-enforcement officials have been exposed and shamed for their illegal conduct. Both … More Two Fourth Amendment Cases Prove the Constitution Still Works

35 False Matches And 1 Erroneous Arrest As Police Secretly Test Facial Recognition Technology

Sept 7, 2017  By Nicholas West   All things biometric are sweeping across the world at warp speed now, from security on planes and trains to check-ins at conferences and events, banking systems, etc. But the use of facial recognition tech in policing is being touted as the next big thing to keep the public safe. In fact, … More 35 False Matches And 1 Erroneous Arrest As Police Secretly Test Facial Recognition Technology

EU Court Decision Illustrates Why U.S. Should Leave NAFTA

 Sept 7, 2017 by  Steve Byas The decision Wednesday by the European Court of Justice (of the European Union) to make member nations take in asylum seekers from the Middle East is a powerful lesson as to the dangers of the United States’ continued membership in NAFTA. Two Eastern European members of the European Union (EU), … More EU Court Decision Illustrates Why U.S. Should Leave NAFTA