VIDEO New California Law May Punish Pastors for Helping Others Leave Homosexuality

June 7, 2018 by  Selwyn Duke   Could California pastors be charged with a crime for using Christian doctrine to help someone leave homosexuality? This could be the case if a new Golden State bill, AB 2943, becomes law. Making matters worse, some critics claim it could even be used to impede sales of the Bible. … More VIDEO New California Law May Punish Pastors for Helping Others Leave Homosexuality

Florida’s “Red-flag” Law Taking Guns Without Due Process

 June 6, 2018 by  Bob Adelmann   After the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School shooting, it didn’t take long for Florida’s “red-flag” law to be implemented. The Florida legislature enacted the law on March 9, apparently deciding that the ends justified the means, i.e., that judicial processes in place since the founding of the Republic were … More Florida’s “Red-flag” Law Taking Guns Without Due Process

Supreme Court Gives Huge Victory to Baker Who Wouldn’t Make Same-sex “Wedding” Cake

June 4, 2018 by  Selwyn Duke   They can have their cake and eat it, too — just not if it’s decorated for a so-called “same-sex wedding.” That’s the upshot of a 7-2 Supreme Court ruling today in favor of Jack Phillips (shown), a Colorado baker persecuted by his state after refusing to craft such a … More Supreme Court Gives Huge Victory to Baker Who Wouldn’t Make Same-sex “Wedding” Cake

FBI’s Violation of Rules in Spying on Trump Campaign Further Exposes Deep State

June 1, 2018 by  C. Mitchell Shaw   In its zeal to embed a spy into the Trump campaign in 2016, the FBI not only likely broke laws, but also certainly violated its own rules. FBI guidelines — found in the bureau’s nearly 700-page Domestic Investigations and Operations Guide — restrict the use and deployment of … More FBI’s Violation of Rules in Spying on Trump Campaign Further Exposes Deep State

Lindsey Graham Demands Explanation Of Rosenstein’s Failure To Recuse

June 1, 2018 jonathanturley The recent disclosure of a memo from former acting FBI Director Andrew McCabe on a conversation with Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein on an alleged “cover story” demanded by President Donald Trump for his memo on the firing of McCabe’s boss James Comey.   I have already said that the memo may shed … More Lindsey Graham Demands Explanation Of Rosenstein’s Failure To Recuse

How New EU Privacy Rules Are Affecting U.S. Consumers And Businesses

May 31, 2018   In the past week or two, you may have received email notices from companies letting you know that they have updated their terms of service, ad choices, and privacy policies. This is likely the result of sweeping new privacy rules that went into effect in May across the European Union. These … More How New EU Privacy Rules Are Affecting U.S. Consumers And Businesses

The Supreme Court May Soon Set Boundaries on Religious Exercise and Use of Property

May 30, 2018 by  Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.   Very soon, the Supreme Court of the United States will issue a “ruling” that at once will draw legal boundaries around the acceptable exercise of religion in this country and will set rules for the acceptable use one may make of his own property and labor. In … More The Supreme Court May Soon Set Boundaries on Religious Exercise and Use of Property

VIDEO Secret U.K. Proceedings Send Activist to Prison, Gag Media

May 29, 2018 by  Alex Newman The United Kingdom appears to be turning into a police state faster than even the most alarmist analysts believed possible. In what sounds like it could have come from George Orwell’s nightmares, anti-immigration activist Tommy Robinson, without even having access to his lawyer, was ordered to more than a year … More VIDEO Secret U.K. Proceedings Send Activist to Prison, Gag Media