ADF Files Lawsuit for Michigan Students Jailed for Handing Out Pocket Constitutions on Campus

Jan 31, 2017  by  Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. “Do you like freedom and liberty?” Asking this question of some of their fellow students landed three college kids in jail. Here’s the story. Back in September, members of the Young Americans for Liberty (YAL) were handing out pocket copies of the Constitution to their fellow students … More ADF Files Lawsuit for Michigan Students Jailed for Handing Out Pocket Constitutions on Campus

Trump Adm. Moves to Reduce Chances for Real Estate Meltdown

Jan 28, 2017 by  Steve Byas “What a terrible thing to do to American homeowners,” Senator Chuck Schumer (D-N.Y.) said in reaction to the Trump administration’s reversal of a last-minute action by outgoing Obama administration on the FHA home mortgage insurance rate. “In one of his first acts as president, President Trump made it harder … More Trump Adm. Moves to Reduce Chances for Real Estate Meltdown

Despite Higher Bonds, Chicago Gun Violence Suspects Are Bonding Out Faster

Jan 27, 2017  by  Bob Adelmann The Chicago Tribune, in examining more than 67,000 criminal charges between 2012 and 2016, discovered that although bonds demanded by judges in Cook County have doubled for violent crime, the suspects are being freed twice as fast. Wrote the Tribune on Friday: Since 2012, the median amount of bond … More Despite Higher Bonds, Chicago Gun Violence Suspects Are Bonding Out Faster

YUGE Election Fraud in California To Be Investigated

Dead Voters, Fake Voters, Illegal Voters and Non-Voters Jan 26, 2017 By Katy Grimes President Donald Trump announced last evening an investigation into election and voter fraud is coming. “I will be asking for a major investigation into VOTER FRAUD, including those registered to vote in two states, those who are illegal and even those … More YUGE Election Fraud in California To Be Investigated

New York Times Calls Trump Claim That Millions of Illegals Voted a “Lie”, And The Facts Say…..

Jan 24, 2017  by  Warren Mass An article in the New York Times for January 23 carried an editorialized headline: “Trump Repeats Lie About Popular Vote in Meeting With Lawmakers.” (Not “Trump Repeats Assertion” or “Trump Repeats Claim,” but “Trump Repeats Lie.” The article was not found on the opinion page of the newspaper’s print … More New York Times Calls Trump Claim That Millions of Illegals Voted a “Lie”, And The Facts Say…..

In Blow to Globalism, Trump Withdraws From TPP “Trade” Regime

Jan 23, 2017 by  Alex Newman   In a major victory for American national sovereignty and self-government, President Donald Trump on Monday fulfilled his campaign pledge to withdraw the U.S. government from the “free trade” regime known as the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP). Despite strong support from Obama, most congressional Republicans, and the establishment wing of … More In Blow to Globalism, Trump Withdraws From TPP “Trade” Regime

VIDEO Why I pleaded guilty to a crime I didn’t commit, Ada JoAnn Taylor Time Served: 19 years

Jan 23, 2017   Four years after a 68-year-old woman was raped and killed in her Beatrice, Nebraska, home, six people – three men and three women – were convicted of committing the crime together. Ada JoAnnTaylor agreed with prosecutors to plead guilty and testify at the trial of co-defendant Joseph White regarding her alleged … More VIDEO Why I pleaded guilty to a crime I didn’t commit, Ada JoAnn Taylor Time Served: 19 years

Prisoners With Physical Disabilities Are Forgotten And Neglected in America

Jan 12, 2017 By Jamelia Morgan   Dean Westwood arrived at Coffee Creek Correctional Facility in Oregon in a wheelchair. Prison officials required him to surrender his property, submit to a search, and agree to administrative procedures like finger printing. This is standard practice. But unlike other detainees, Dean is paralyzed below the waist and has … More Prisoners With Physical Disabilities Are Forgotten And Neglected in America

It’s not just your browser: Your machine can be fingerprinted easily

Anonymity just got harder 13 Jan 2017 at 02:56, Richard Chirgwin It just got a lot harder to evade browser fingerprinting: a bunch of boffins have worked out how to fingerprint the machine behind the browser, using only information provided by browser features. Like so many ideas, it’s obvious once someone’s thought of it: activities … More It’s not just your browser: Your machine can be fingerprinted easily

Illegal Alien Sues San Francisco for Violating Sanctuary City Law

Jan 19, 2017 by  Warren Mass Pedro Figueroa Zarceno, an illegal alien from El Salvador, filed a lawsuit on January 17 against the city and county of San Francisco (which are consolidated), the acting police chief, the sheriff, and several police officers for violating San Francisco’s sanctuary city law by arresting and detaining him. The … More Illegal Alien Sues San Francisco for Violating Sanctuary City Law