Englishman Arrested For Posting Anti-Islamic Tweets After Brussels Bombing

  June 30, 2016  Jonathan Turley There is another arrest in the United Kingdom for criminal speech, a crime that is on the rise in the West to censor and punish those who are deemed hateful or insulting in their views. The latest arrestee is reported to be Matthew Doyle, 46, a partner at a … More Englishman Arrested For Posting Anti-Islamic Tweets After Brussels Bombing

DOJ Employees to Undergo “Implicit Bias” Training

June 29, 2016 by  Raven Clabough   The Justice Department has announced that it will mandate “implicit bias” training for its employees to ensure that they are not permitting unconscious bias to influence their law-enforcement decisions. The training program is the latest in the DOJ’s long history of advancing a narrative that non-whites are the … More DOJ Employees to Undergo “Implicit Bias” Training

‘We the Prisoners’: The Demise of the Fourth Amendment

June 28, 2016 By John W. Whitehead “Our carceral state banishes American citizens to a gray wasteland far beyond the promises and protections the government grants its other citizens… When the doors finally close and one finds oneself facing banishment to the carceral state—the years, the walls, the rules, the guards, the inmates—reactions vary. Some experience an intense … More ‘We the Prisoners’: The Demise of the Fourth Amendment

Supreme Court Throws Out Bob McDonnell’s Federal Conviction

  AP Photo/Andrew Harnik 27 June 2016 by Ken Klukowski WASHINGTON—On the last day of its annual term, the U.S. Supreme Court unanimously threw out the federal bribery conviction of former Governor Bob McDonnell from Virginia. Chief Justice John Roberts summarized the case for the Supreme Court in McDonnell v. United States, beginning: In 2014, … More Supreme Court Throws Out Bob McDonnell’s Federal Conviction

Corruption in U.S. House: Fattah Forced to Resign; Rangel Chooses to Retire

June 27, 2016  by  Bob Adelmann     Within days of each other, two House Democrats — one a petty thief, the other a big-time plunderer — have had to account for their unethical behaviors. The first was forced to resign from office; the other announced his intention to retire. Chaka Fattah (shown on left), whose birth … More Corruption in U.S. House: Fattah Forced to Resign; Rangel Chooses to Retire

VIDEO Overview of America

Apr 18, 2012 This overview shows a straightforward explanation of government systems, basic economics, and timeless moral principles. Because of following them, America became the most unique and prosperous country in history. Democracy,  Republic and other forms of governments are  explained

Will Brexit Trigger a “Domino Effect” Among Other EU Member States?

June 25, 2016 by by  Charles Scaliger   Within hours after Brexit became the new reality for the EU and UK alike, Euroskeptics in other EU countries announced their intention to follow Britain’s lead. From the Netherlands to Scandinavia, European countries whose citizens have tired of the EU’s yoke are considering voting with their feet. Now … More Will Brexit Trigger a “Domino Effect” Among Other EU Member States?

Supreme Court’s Tie Decision Leaves Intact Ruling Against Obama Amnesty Plan

June 23, 2016 by Warren Mass   The Supreme Court’s tie 4-4 vote on June 23 in the case of United States v. Texas left intact a lower-court ruling that blocked the Obama administration from implementing its plan to shield millions of illegal immigrants from deportation and grant them the right to work legally in … More Supreme Court’s Tie Decision Leaves Intact Ruling Against Obama Amnesty Plan

VIDEO Shocking: Veteran Forcibly Hauled Away for Mentioning God

June 21, 2016 by  Selwyn Duke   Upon hearing about a military veteran hauled away by soldiers for mentioning God, you might expect the story to be out of Shanghai, Beijing, or Tianjin. But the incident in question today is all the more outrageous because it occurred here in the USA — at Travis Air … More VIDEO Shocking: Veteran Forcibly Hauled Away for Mentioning God