VIDEO Interview: Jerome Corsi, Latest Target of Mueller’s Trump-Russia Witch Hunt, Strikes Back!

December 4, 2018  by  William F. Jasper   Investigative journalist Dr. Jerome Corsi, best-selling author of Killing the Deep State and 20 other books, is currently a top target of Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s Trump-Russia “investigation,” which President Trump and other critics have properly called a witch hunt.     Dr. Corsi now goes further. Today his attorneys, … More VIDEO Interview: Jerome Corsi, Latest Target of Mueller’s Trump-Russia Witch Hunt, Strikes Back!

VIDEO ‘I Have Been Given So Many Lies’: Grad Student Asked to Move Out Over Legally Owned Guns

Dec 2, 2018   A Harvard graduate student who was asked to move out of her apartment after her legally owned firearms made her roommates “uncomfortable” said Sunday on “Fox & Friends” that she has been lied to while seeking reasons for the request. Leyla Pirnie, 24, said that she doesn’t know why her roommates searched through … More VIDEO ‘I Have Been Given So Many Lies’: Grad Student Asked to Move Out Over Legally Owned Guns

The Second Amendment Has Always Been An Individual Right

John Paul Stevens is still wrong about District of Columbia v. Heller. Nov 29, 2018 By David Harsanyi In a recent interview with The New York Times regarding his upcoming memoir, former Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens shares what he contends are the three worst court decisions to come down during his long tenure. His first choice, … More The Second Amendment Has Always Been An Individual Right

Mueller’s Case Facing Possible Hit From Supremes

Fight over state, federal sentences based on single incident in play November 30, 2018 Robert Mueller The case of a man who was sentenced to prison twice for the same incident, once by state prosecutors and once by the feds, could play a role in special counsel Robert Mueller’s investigation into alleged collusion by the Russians and … More Mueller’s Case Facing Possible Hit From Supremes

VIDEO Trump Fights Back: FBI RAIDS HOME OF CLINTON FOUNDATION WHISTLEBLOWER – Dan Bongino

    November 30, 2018 by DC Whispers   Fascinating. While the president is overseas FBI agents swarm the home of a Clinton Foundation whistleblower and remove what is reported to have been a sizeable cache of documents that appear to implicate not only the Clintons but Robert Mueller as well.    Via The Daily Caller: … More VIDEO Trump Fights Back: FBI RAIDS HOME OF CLINTON FOUNDATION WHISTLEBLOWER – Dan Bongino

Indiana Solicitor General: Cars Can Be Seized if Driver Exceeds Speed Limit

 Nov 29, 2018 by  Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.   https://www.podbean.com/media/player/ujjx2-a09283?from=yiiadmin&download=1&version=1&skin=2&btn-skin=101&auto=0&share=1&fonts=Helvetica&download=1&rtl=0In oral examination, Supreme Court Justice Stephen Breyer got the Indiana solicitor general to admit that he believes it is constitutional for the police to seize someone’s car for driving five miles per hour over the speed limit.  Yep. Civil asset forfeiture has become such a boon for … More Indiana Solicitor General: Cars Can Be Seized if Driver Exceeds Speed Limit

Migrant Caravan Reminds Us That We Need to Use and Obey the Constitution

Nov 28, 2018  by  Steve Byas   With America threatened by the invasion efforts of a “migrant caravan” from Central America, Rob Natelson, a constitutional law professor, said on the Lars Larson Show that the U.S. Constitution has specific relevance to the situation. Natelson is the author of The Original Constitution: What It Actually Said and Meant, and he … More Migrant Caravan Reminds Us That We Need to Use and Obey the Constitution

Inventor of the Web Prepares to Launch Web 3.0, Predicts Privacy Revolution

Nov 25, 2018  by  C. Mitchell Shaw   The inventor of the World Wide Web, Sir Tim Berners-Lee (shown), believes that “the web has evolved into an engine of inequity and division; swayed by powerful forces who use it for their own agendas.” To correct that and “restore the power and agency of individuals on the … More Inventor of the Web Prepares to Launch Web 3.0, Predicts Privacy Revolution

Feds to monitor all-cash deals in Suffolk, Middlesex counties in Massachusetts

Nov 20, 2018 by ANDREW MORRELL A U.S. Treasury Department initiative to curtail money laundering through all-cash real estate transactions will expand to all applicable home and condo sales in Suffolk and Middlesex County, according to a news release from the department. The news comes after what began as a pilot program by the Treasury’s Financial Crimes … More Feds to monitor all-cash deals in Suffolk, Middlesex counties in Massachusetts

Nine Charged with Felonies in Los Angeles Vote Fraud Plot

Nov 25, 2018  by  James Murphy   Democrats like to tout the reliability of our elections and say that voter fraud doesn’t exist to a large extent. But why do we continue to see examples of it?   Nine people face felony charges in Los Angeles in connection with a voter fraud scheme, which involved giving … More Nine Charged with Felonies in Los Angeles Vote Fraud Plot