Facebook Suspends Alex Jones for 30 Days for “Bullying” and “Hate Speech”

July 30, 2018 by  James Murphy   Controversial talk-show host Alex Jones has been suspended for 30 days by Facebook because of posting four videos that the social-networking giant deemed offensive. The suspension only includes Jones’ personal page and any pages directly managed by him. The page for his Infowars platform is, thus far, unaffected by … More Facebook Suspends Alex Jones for 30 Days for “Bullying” and “Hate Speech”

North Korea Returns Remains. U.S. Korean War POWs Sent to Soviet Union Still Unaccounted For

July 28, 2018  R. Cort Kirkwood   More than six decades after the end of the Korean War in 1953, the remains of 55 Americans came home from North Korea in what the New York Times called the “first visible result” of President Donald Trump’s effort to bring the fallen heroes home. The remains rested in small coffins, draped with … More North Korea Returns Remains. U.S. Korean War POWs Sent to Soviet Union Still Unaccounted For

Officers qualified immunity Denied: Ninth Circuit Lets Trump Supporters Hurt in San Jose Riot Sue Police

27 Jul 2018 The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit ruled Friday that a lawsuit by supporters of Donald Trump against San Jose police officers who allegedly failed to protect them from an anti-Trump riot in June 2016 could proceed, defeating the city’s appeal. The three-judge panel upheld the lower court’s decision that … More Officers qualified immunity Denied: Ninth Circuit Lets Trump Supporters Hurt in San Jose Riot Sue Police

What Kind of Lawyer Would Tape a Client?

July 26, 2018  by George Khoury, Esq.  While President Trump may have recently tweeted the above question in earnest, it’s actually an excellent question that might even baffle some lawyers. Though secretly recording a client is bad form, borderline (and depending on the jurisdiction, definitely) unethical, and just generally sketchy, depending on who your client is, … More What Kind of Lawyer Would Tape a Client?

Federal Court Says Hawaii Must Allow Open Carry of Guns

9th Circuit says open-carry ban ‘violated the core of the Second Amendment and was void under any level of scrutiny’ July 24, 2018 BY: Stephen Gutowski A panel of judges from the Ninth Circuit court of appeals ruled on Tuesday that Hawaii’s effective ban on the open carry of guns is unconstitutional. In a 2-1 ruling, the … More Federal Court Says Hawaii Must Allow Open Carry of Guns

Does Strzok Have a Perjury Problem?

July 23, 2018 by  Steve Byas   The release of documents relating to the FBI’s surveillance of then-Trump presidential campaign advisor Carter Page reveals many things. While the documents do not advance the Democratic Party narrative that Carter Page did anything illegal, nor that then-presidential candidate Donald Trump “colluded” with the Russians to alter the outcome … More Does Strzok Have a Perjury Problem?

“Advice” in the Constitution’s Advice and Consent Clause: New Evidence from Contemporaneous Sources

July 17, 2018 Federalist Society Review, Volume 19   Note from the Editor: This article discusses the proper interpretation of the Constitution’s Advice and Consent Clause. The Federalist Society takes no positions on particular legal and public policy matters. Any expressions of opinion are those of the author. Whenever we publish an article that advocates for … More “Advice” in the Constitution’s Advice and Consent Clause: New Evidence from Contemporaneous Sources

VIDEO NSA Whistleblower William Binney: The Future of FREEDOM

Jan 28, 2015 A 36-year veteran of America’s Intelligence Community, William Binney resigned from his position as Director for Global Communications Intelligence (COMINT) at the National Security Agency (NSA) and blew the whistle, after discovering that his efforts to protect the privacy and security of Americans were being undermined by those above him in the … More VIDEO NSA Whistleblower William Binney: The Future of FREEDOM