California Using Race to Determine Punishment for Crime

Jan 30, 2018  by  Selwyn Duke   In the race into race madness, California may lead the pack. A case in point is the state’s Proposition 47, which seeks to address black Americans’ “overrepresentation” (a propaganda term) in the court system and jails. Instituted in 2014, the proposition’s effect is now apparent. As Liberty Nation’s Tess Lynne reported Friday, referencing … More California Using Race to Determine Punishment for Crime

Kerry’s Talks With Palestinians Violated The Logan Act

Jan 26, 2018 by  Steve Byas Former Secretary of State John Kerry recently met with Palestinian official Hussein Agha, and promised him that he would use all of his contacts to get support for a Palestinian “peace plan.” He also told Agha that Palestinian Leader Mahmoud Abbas, angry with President Donald Trump for moving the U.S. … More Kerry’s Talks With Palestinians Violated The Logan Act

Trump Tax-Returns Defender on Tap to Head IRS: Report

The choice of tax litigator Charles Rettig would reportedly break a two-decade precedent during which IRS chiefs tended to come from corporations.   Jan 25, 2018 by David M. Katz     President Trump is reportedly on the verge of naming Charles P. Rettig, a Beverly Hills tax lawyer who wrote that candidate Trump’s lawyers … More Trump Tax-Returns Defender on Tap to Head IRS: Report

US Supreme Court To Decide Whether You Own Your Own Data

The justices shouldn’t extend law enforcement’s reach beyond our borders. More importantly, Congress needs to update a 30-year-old law for the digital age. Jan 23, 2018 By Ilya Shapiro At first glance, it seems incredible that the U.S. Supreme Court would have to take a case that hinges, in part, on whether Ireland is part of … More US Supreme Court To Decide Whether You Own Your Own Data

Twist: Christians Use Same-Sex Marriage Ruling To Protect Their Rights

Cite ‘religious identity’ in suit against transgender agenda Jan 22, 2018 by  BOB UNRUH   The U.S. Supreme Court In an unexpected twist, a federal civil-rights lawsuit alleges a Michigan school district’s imposition of a transgender-rights agenda on students and parents violates the very rights created by the Supreme Court decision that established “same-sex marriage.” It is the first lawsuit … More Twist: Christians Use Same-Sex Marriage Ruling To Protect Their Rights

New California Law Will Automatically Register Illegal Aliens to Vote

 Jan 22, 2018 by  Warren Mass On April 1, a new law will go into effect in California that will automatically register people to vote through the Department of Motor Vehicles, including aliens who are in the country illegally.  Back on October 10, 2015, California Governor Jerry Brown signed Assembly Bill 1461, the New Motor Voter … More New California Law Will Automatically Register Illegal Aliens to Vote

GOP Congressmen: FISA Memo Would Destroy Mueller Probe if Made Public

 Jan 20, 2018 by C. Mitchell Shaw On the heels of both houses of Congress reauthorizing Section 702 of the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA), it has been reported that an “explosive,” “shocking,” “troubling” and “alarming” four-page memo was made available to members of the House of Representatives after they voted to approve that reauthorization. The memo … More GOP Congressmen: FISA Memo Would Destroy Mueller Probe if Made Public

California to Punish Businesses That Cooperate With Feds on Immigration

Jan 19, 2018   by  Steve Byas   “We will prosecute those who violate the law,” promised California Attorney General Xavier Becerra on Thursday, threatening to fine employers, public or private, who voluntarily give information on employees, concerning their legal status to be in the country. Becerra sternly warned anyone who runs a business in California that … More California to Punish Businesses That Cooperate With Feds on Immigration

New Phenomenon of “Fake Hate Crimes” Creates Perplexing Problems for Law Enforcement

Jan 13, 2018 by  Jerome Corsi WASHINGTON, D.C. — Though little reported by the mainstream media, the U.S. has been hit by a series of “fake hate crimes,” also known as “hate crime hoaxes,” that have created a perplexing new set of circumstances for state and local law enforcement. These cases of “fake hate crimes” have … More New Phenomenon of “Fake Hate Crimes” Creates Perplexing Problems for Law Enforcement

Switzerland’s New Immigration Statute Sets High Hurdle for Citizenship

Jan 13, 2018 by  Joe Wolverton, II, J.D A new law in Switzerland seeks to stanch the flow of immigrants into the small Alpine confederation renown for its historic adherence to principles of liberty and federalism. Regulations promulgated by the law, which became effective this month, prevent immigrants who have received welfare in the past three … More Switzerland’s New Immigration Statute Sets High Hurdle for Citizenship