Supreme Court limits Fannie Mae’s ability to take cases to federal court

GSE rebuked in unanimous opinion January 18, 2017 by Ben Lane In a unanimous opinion handed down Wednesday, the Supreme Court limited Fannie Mae’s ability to transfer cases to federal court, ruling that the government-sponsored enterprise’s charter does not grant it the right to move all state cases to the federal level. The decision, written by … More Supreme Court limits Fannie Mae’s ability to take cases to federal court

Elderly Couple With Dementia Evicted From Home After Forgetting To Pay Property Taxes

  Jan 16, 2017 By Brianna Acuesta   The man has dementia and the woman is bedridden, none of which mattered when they were evicted. Credit: David Leaming In an outrageous, completely legal move in Albion, Maine, an elderly couple in their 80s was recently thrown out of their home after they forgot to pay property … More Elderly Couple With Dementia Evicted From Home After Forgetting To Pay Property Taxes

Trumps Says His HealthCare Plan Will Provide “Insurance for Everybody”

Jan 16, 2017 by  Warren Mass President-elect Donald Trump’s healthcare plan is nearly complete, and he has promised that it will offer “insurance for everybody.”  Trump talked about his plans for a healthcare plan to replace the Affordable Healthcare Act (popularly known as ObamaCare) during a telephone interview with the Washington Post on January 14. … More Trumps Says His HealthCare Plan Will Provide “Insurance for Everybody”

U.S. Must Investigate and Withdraw From UN “Education” Agency

  Jan 14, 2017 by  Alex Newman The United Nations “education” and “cultural” organization, as well as its controversial Communist Party boss Irina Bokova, are facing growing pressure over corruption, abuse, mismanagement, and other scandals. Several major donor governments including the United States, the United Kingdom, Japan, and Israel have recently been up in arms … More U.S. Must Investigate and Withdraw From UN “Education” Agency

Obama Opens NSA’s Vast Trove of Warrantless Data to Entire Intelligence Community, Just in Time for Trump

Jan 13, 2017 by Alex Emmons     WITH ONLY DAYS until Donald Trump takes office, the Obama administration on Thursday announced new rules that will let the NSA share vast amounts of private data gathered without warrant, court orders or congressional authorization with 16 other agencies, including the FBI, the Drug Enforcement Agency, and the … More Obama Opens NSA’s Vast Trove of Warrantless Data to Entire Intelligence Community, Just in Time for Trump

And Not a Shot Is Fired: Baltimore City Council Assents to Federal Consent Decree Over Its Police Department

Jan 12, 2017 by  Bob Adelmann The consent decree just approved on Thursday by the Baltimore City Council cements into place the next step toward a virtual federal takeover of the Baltimore Police Department (BPD). The decree itself provides all the damning evidence. First, the incident: the death of Freddie Gray in 2015, followed by … More And Not a Shot Is Fired: Baltimore City Council Assents to Federal Consent Decree Over Its Police Department

Assange: Obama Administration Destroying Documents in Final Days

  Jan 11, 2017  by  Michael Tennant The Obama administration, in its waning days, is busily destroying public records to protect its image, charged WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. “Past administrations of both Democrat and Republican players have engaged in mass destruction of records as they left office,” Assange said in a livestreamed press conference Monday. … More Assange: Obama Administration Destroying Documents in Final Days

UN Demands More Globalist Propaganda in School Textbooks

Jan 10, 2017 by  Alex Newman Under the direction of a known Communist Party operative from Bulgaria dogged by corruption charges, the scandal-plagued United Nations “education” agency released a new report demanding broad changes to school textbooks around the world. It is the latest shot across the bow aimed at parental rights, local control of … More UN Demands More Globalist Propaganda in School Textbooks

Proposed Florida Concealed-carry Bill Could Have Saved Lives

Jan 9, 2017 by  Bob Adelmann   Five people were killed and six more suffered gunshot wounds on Friday at the Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport when Esteban Santiago took out a gun he had checked from Anchorage, Alaska, loaded it in the baggage claim area’s restroom, and began shooting. When Florida State Representative Jake Raburn … More Proposed Florida Concealed-carry Bill Could Have Saved Lives

Bill to Get U.S. Out of UN Introduced in New Congress

Jan 6, 2016  by  Alex Newman Amid growing outrage on both sides of the aisle surrounding the United Nations, legislation to get the U.S. government out of the UN and evict the scandal-plagued global body from the United States has been re-introduced in the new Congress. If approved, H.R.193, better known as the “American Sovereignty … More Bill to Get U.S. Out of UN Introduced in New Congress