Islamic UN “Human Rights” Boss Seeks “Proactive” Web Censorship

August 30, 2018 by  Alex Newman   A fringe Islamic prince turned United Nations “High Commissioner for Human Rights” infamous for comparing President Donald Trump to Hitler and ISIS, and for protecting child-raping UN troops from exposure, has a new target: free speech on the Internet. Under the guise of stopping “hate speech,” a concept first pushed by … More Islamic UN “Human Rights” Boss Seeks “Proactive” Web Censorship

New Florida Law: “In God We Trust” Must Be Placed in All Public Schools

Aug 27, 2018 by  Joe Wolverton, II, J.D. Public schools in Florida must now display the motto, “In God We Trust,” per provisions of a state law passed in March and now brought to full effect with the opening of the new academic year. Title XLVIII, Chapter 1003 of the state law has been amended to … More New Florida Law: “In God We Trust” Must Be Placed in All Public Schools

Despite Comey Assurances, Vast Bulk of Weiner Laptop Emails Were Never Examined

Aug 23, 2018  Paul Sperry, RealClearInvestigations When then-FBI Director James Comey announced he was closing the Hillary Clinton email investigation for a second time just days before the 2016 election, he certified to Congress that his agency had “reviewed all of the communications” discovered on a personal laptop used by Clinton’s closest aide, Huma Abedin, and … More Despite Comey Assurances, Vast Bulk of Weiner Laptop Emails Were Never Examined

Google Hit With Phone-Tracking Lawsuit

Aug 22, 2018 By William Vogeler, Esq. A new lawsuit alleges that Google follows people on their phones — even after they have disabled location services on the devices. It’s a troubling development for the company because it already settled a related privacy complaint with the Federal Trade Commission. The lawsuit alleges more violations of California’s … More Google Hit With Phone-Tracking Lawsuit

Facebook to PragerU: Sorry About That Censorship

Aug 21, 2018   by  R. Cort Kirkwood   Facebook has once again apologized for censoring conservative material that apparently offended the social-media giant’s left-wing gatekeepers. This time, the victim was the neoconservative PragerU, which found that the Facebook blue pencilers completely blocked nine of its posts. PragerU Shut Out The trouble for PragerU, founded by radio … More Facebook to PragerU: Sorry About That Censorship

D.C. Circuit Court strikes down AICPA challenge to unenrolled preparer program

  Aug 17, 2018  by  Roger Russell   The D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals has legitimized the Internal Revenue Service’s voluntary Annual Filing Season Program, which allows unenrolled preparers a limited right to represent taxpayers in IRS audits of tax returns. One judge on the three-judge panel concurred in part and dissented in part. In the … More D.C. Circuit Court strikes down AICPA challenge to unenrolled preparer program

VIDEO Exploring Federalist 51: Separation of Powers

July 11, 2018   How does the U.S. Constitution promote liberty? This video essay explores the insights from Federalist 51 about the role that structural safeguards play in promoting freedom–in particular, checks and balances. This project is part of the Federalist Society’s Article I Initiative, which explores the proper role of Congress according to its constitutional design. … More VIDEO Exploring Federalist 51: Separation of Powers

The Supreme Court’s opinion in Carpenter v. United States

June 26, 2018 DOCUMENTS The Supreme Court’s opinion in Carpenter v. United States. In a 5-4 ruling in Carpenter v. United States that sends a strong message about privacy rights in an age of government surveillance, the U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that police must generally obtain a warrant before obtaining cell phone data to track a person’s movements. … More The Supreme Court’s opinion in Carpenter v. United States

5 Worst Body Language Signals in Court

  Aug 3, 2018 By George Khoury, Esq.  When you’re in court, maintaining a professional demeanor is sometimes easier said than done. When emotions run high, or opponents act stupid, or witnesses don’t say what they’re supposed to say, do you know what your body language is saying? Often, a person’s expression, or body language can … More 5 Worst Body Language Signals in Court