VIDEO New Gold Price Manipulation Exposed

June 8, 2017 By Peter Reagan   Last week, ex-Deutsche Bank trader David Liew pled guilty in Federal Court to “spoofing” and direct manipulation of precious metals markets, and was subsequently banned permanently from the industry. The case confirms existing suspicions regarding price rigging in metals markets. Further, documents from the case point to a deeper … More VIDEO New Gold Price Manipulation Exposed

Comey: New York Times Story of Trump/Russia Collusion “Not True”

June 10, 2017 C. Mitchell Shaw   Among the bombshells overlooked by many in the testimony offered by former FBI Director James Comey Thursday is the fact that he stopped just short of denying that there is any collusion between the Trump campaign and “the Russians.” While he pulled up just short of that, he … More Comey: New York Times Story of Trump/Russia Collusion “Not True”

President Trump nominates new slate of federal judges

  June 7, 2017 By Dave Boyer – The Washington Times   President Trump announced a new round of 11 judicial nominations Wednesday, including three nominees for high-profile federal appeals courts. One of the nominees, Colorado Supreme Court Justice Allison H. Eid, is being tapped by the president to fill a vacancy on the 10th … More President Trump nominates new slate of federal judges

VIDEO Comey Contradicted Sworn Testimony on Memo Leak

  June 8, 2017 By Craig Bannister Former FBI Director James Comey contradicted public record information and, apparently, his own sworn testimony while testifying before the Senate Thursday, Trump’s lawyer said in a post-hearing press conference. Fmr. FBI Director James Comey Trump lawyer Marc Kasowitz explained that, while Comey testified that he didn’t leak memos … More VIDEO Comey Contradicted Sworn Testimony on Memo Leak

Trump Picks Wray to Head FBI; Mainstream Media Say It’s Smokescreen for Comey Hearing

June 27, 2017  by  Bob Adelmann The mainstream media, alerted to a Tweet President Trump sent early Wednesday morning indicating that he would nominate high-profile litigator Christopher Wray as FBI director, scrambled to find something negative to say about the choice. The best the New York Times could come up with was that he is … More Trump Picks Wray to Head FBI; Mainstream Media Say It’s Smokescreen for Comey Hearing

Lawyer Arrested for Witness Intimidation in Rape Case

June 5, 2017 By William Vogeler, Esq.  Attorney Christos Vasiliades apparently thought street justice would work better than criminal justice. Vasiliades was defending an alleged rapist, and he told the victim’s husband that they should settle the case out of court. He offered to pay $3,000 if the victim didn’t testify, and said they should … More Lawyer Arrested for Witness Intimidation in Rape Case

Eighth Circuit: Open Carry not Reasonable Suspicion for a Police Stop

May 30, 2017 by Dean Weingarten Arizona – -(Ammoland.com)- In 2011, on November 2nd, The Lincoln City Police Department received a call about a young man displaying a firearm in an Astro van outside of a convenience store. The call lead to the felony stop of an Astro van about 4 hours later. At gunpoint, … More Eighth Circuit: Open Carry not Reasonable Suspicion for a Police Stop

Trump Administration Asks SCOTUS to Rule on “Travel Ban”

June 2, 2017  by  C. Mitchell Shaw   The Supreme Court may weigh in on President Trump’s executive order temporarily suspending travel to the United States from six nations known for fostering Islamic terrorism. On Thursday, the Trump administration filed emergency applications asking the court to block two lower court rulings against the “travel ban” … More Trump Administration Asks SCOTUS to Rule on “Travel Ban”

Court Criticizes Obama Admin for Illegal Spying on U.S. Citizens

June 1, 2017   WASHINGTON, D.C. —- Intelligence agencies violated the constitutional rights of American citizens through illegal surveillance during the Obama administration, recently declassified documents from the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court (FISC) show. The secretive court also notes a change for the better under President Trump’s team. The Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Act (FISA) authorizes … More Court Criticizes Obama Admin for Illegal Spying on U.S. Citizens