VIDEO PHH wins landmark victory: CFPB ruled unconstitutional

Mortgage lender triumphs over CFPB in fight over $103 million fine October 11, 2016 by Ben Lane What was once unthinkable actually happened, as the United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit handed an earth-shattering victory to PHH, declaring the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau’s leadership structure unconstitutional and vacating a $103 million fine … More VIDEO PHH wins landmark victory: CFPB ruled unconstitutional

Cultural Iconoclasts Continue Assault on Columbus Day

Oct 10, 2016 by Warren Mass   As the nation celebrates the federal Columbus Day holiday on October 10 (the traditional observance was for many years on October 12, the anniversary of Christopher Columbus’ arrival in the Americas on October 12, 1492) a small but persistent movement to replace the holiday with alternative holidays such … More Cultural Iconoclasts Continue Assault on Columbus Day

Local Police Using CIA-funded Software to Track All Citizens’ Social Media Posts

Oct 8, 2016 by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.   Local police departments are using software developed by a CIA-funded company to monitor citizens’ social media posts and their physical locations in real time 24 hours a day. Stories from across the country have revealed that several local law enforcement agencies — in Seattle, Chicago, Philadelphia, and … More Local Police Using CIA-funded Software to Track All Citizens’ Social Media Posts

President Seeks to Bail Out ObamaCare as Another Co-Op Fails

Oct 7, 2016 by  Clinton Alexander   When Barack Obama’s signature healthcare plan hit the marketplace three years ago, it touted 23 co-ops. In light of recent news concerning yet another insurer set to withdraw from a state exchange, that number has dropped to a mere six of the original 23 still operating. Seventeen of the … More President Seeks to Bail Out ObamaCare as Another Co-Op Fails

Federal Agents Can Secretly Read Every E-mail of Every American

Oct 5, 2016   Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.   The federal government can read every e-mail of every American without leaving any trace, an article published byThe Observer reports. Clark D. Cunningham, the author of the Observer article, which was posted on September 23, argues that the FBI’s case against Microsoft, Apple, and others “brought the … More Federal Agents Can Secretly Read Every E-mail of Every American

“Can’t We Just Drone This Guy?” Hillary Clinton Called for Assassination of Assange

Oct 4, 2016 by Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.   “Can’t we just drone this guy?”  That’s the suggestion then-Secretary of State Hillary Clinton apparently offered in 2010 regarding the appropriate Obama administration response to the damage done by documents released by WikiLeaks. This isn’t the first time the whistleblowing website has leaked information on the Democratic … More “Can’t We Just Drone This Guy?” Hillary Clinton Called for Assassination of Assange

VIDEO Midnight Deadline: State AGs in Court to Stop Obama-UN Internet Transfer

Sept 30, 2016 by   William F. Jasper   Midnight tonight could mark the beginning of a sea change in the governance and control of — and access to — the Internet. Because Congress failed to act to block the Obama-United Nations scheme to transfer of a key part of the Internet architecture to a unaccountable global organization, a … More VIDEO Midnight Deadline: State AGs in Court to Stop Obama-UN Internet Transfer