Brexit Officially Launched, EU Boss Threatens to Break Up U.S.

Mar 30, 2017 by  Alex Newman European Union bosses are coming unhinged after all attempts to stop British secession failed. With the British government formally launching the Brexit process by invoking “Article 50” of the Treaty on European Union this week, multiple top EU bosses are in meltdown mode, erratically lashing out all over the … More Brexit Officially Launched, EU Boss Threatens to Break Up U.S.

Calif. Attorney General Files Charges Against Pro-life Activist Daleiden

Mar 29, 2017  by  Warren Mass On March 28, California Attorney General Xavier Becerra filed 15 felony charges California Attorney General Xavier Becerrain the state Superior Court in San Francisco against David Daleiden, the founder of the Center for Medical Progress (CMP), and his associate Sandra Merritt. Becerra alleged that Daleiden (shown) and Merritt had … More Calif. Attorney General Files Charges Against Pro-life Activist Daleiden

Robert Barnes: Can Trump Legally Stop Sanctuary Cities? Yes. Remember Brown v. Board of Education

MARK RALSTON/AFP/Getty Images  27 Mar 2017 by Robert Barnes Over 100 jurisdictions, fromManhattan to Malibu, refuse to assist federal law enforcement in their immigration law enforcement duties, especially as to criminal aliens arrested for crimes here in the United States but released before federal law enforcement can detain and deport. These governments labeled themselves “sanctuary” … More Robert Barnes: Can Trump Legally Stop Sanctuary Cities? Yes. Remember Brown v. Board of Education

Obama Was Almost Certainly Illegally Spying on Team Trump

Mar 24, 2017 by  Alex Newman Former President Barack Hussein Obama and some of his top officials may be in serious trouble, analysts suggested, as it appears increasingly likely that they played a key role in illegal surveillance of Donald Trump and his team for the apparent purpose of sabotaging his presidency. But despite Democrat … More Obama Was Almost Certainly Illegally Spying on Team Trump

Constitutional Q&A: Rules of Engagement for Interacting with Police

  January 12, 2017 © 2017 The Rutherford Institute[1] In an age of militarized police often trained to view the citizenry as enemy combatants and equipped with weaponry and gear better suited for the battlefield, the perils of exercising one’s constitutional rights grow more costly with each passing day. For example: Zachary Noel was tasered by … More Constitutional Q&A: Rules of Engagement for Interacting with Police

Stealing from the Citizenry: How Government Goons Use Civil Asset Forfeiture to Rob Us Blind

Mar 20, 2017 By John W. Whitehead “Civil forfeiture laws represent one of the most serious assaults on private property rights in the nation today. Under civil forfeiture, police and prosecutors can seize your car or other property, sell it and use the proceeds to fund agency budgets—all without so much as charging you with … More Stealing from the Citizenry: How Government Goons Use Civil Asset Forfeiture to Rob Us Blind

Oregon Bill Would Restore Power of Juries to Vote Their Consciences

Mar 19, 2017 by  Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. The Oregon legislature is considering a bill that could re-enshrine juries to the their former place as the last line of defense against legalized despotism. Senate Bill 924, introduced by state Senator Kim Thatcher, mandates that judges must provide very particular instructions to juries in felony cases. … More Oregon Bill Would Restore Power of Juries to Vote Their Consciences

Justice Thomas Questions Congress’ Power to Regulate Business Abroad

Mar 16, 2017 By John-Michael Seibler and Elizabeth Slattery Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas (AP Photo/Susan Walsh) Is the United States the world commerce police? In a recent opinion, in which he dissented from the Supreme Court’s refusal to hear a case, Justice Clarence Thomas suggested that Congress’ power to regulate international commerce may be … More Justice Thomas Questions Congress’ Power to Regulate Business Abroad

Lincoln’s Suspension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus: An Historical and Constitutional Analysis

Lincoln and Congress established the authority of the elected branches against an over reaching judiciary in 1861. https://t.co/lMgm88iyVw pic.twitter.com/i7we0yQPVv — David A. Clarke, Jr. (@SheriffClarke) March 18, 2017 JAMES A. DUEHOLM In the 143 years since the end of the Civil War, historians have examined Abraham Lincoln and his conduct of the war in great … More Lincoln’s Suspension of the Writ of Habeas Corpus: An Historical and Constitutional Analysis