Alan Dershowitz: Why is Paul Manafort off to Rikers? Prepare to be shocked (and outraged)

June 4, 2019 By Alan Dershowitz The decision to move Paul Manafort, the former Trump campaign chairman who was sentenced earlier this year to nearly seven years in prison in connection with two federal cases, from the decent federal prison to which he was sentenced to solitary confinement to the dangerous hell hole that is New York … More Alan Dershowitz: Why is Paul Manafort off to Rikers? Prepare to be shocked (and outraged)

Break the Cycle: In 2019, Say No to the Government’s Cruelty, Brutality and Abuse

Dec 31, 2018  By John W. Whitehead “The greater the power, the more dangerous the abuse.”—Edmund Burke Folks, it’s time to break the cycle. Let’s make 2019 the year we say no to the laundry list of abuses—cruel, brutal, immoral, unconstitutional and unacceptable—that have been heaped upon us by the government for way too long. … More Break the Cycle: In 2019, Say No to the Government’s Cruelty, Brutality and Abuse

VIDEO Eminent domain abuse violates private property rights

7,2, 2015   BY REP. TOM REED (R-N.Y.)   Since our country was founded, private property has served as a cornerstone of our freedoms. The constitutional right to private property is based on the principle that government should not unreasonably interfere with the use of one’s property.  In the Declaration of Colonial Rights, the First Continental … More VIDEO Eminent domain abuse violates private property rights

Pro-Trump College Students Face Expulsion for Celebrating Trump’s Victory

Nov 14, 2016  by  Raven Clabough Two Trump supporters at Babson College in Wellesley, Massachusetts, may be facing expulsion because they dared to celebrate Trump’s victory in the presence of Hillary Clinton supporters. Following Trump’s presidential election, students Edward Tomasso and Parker Rander-Ricciardi jumped in a pick-up truck that was waving a Donald Trump flag … More Pro-Trump College Students Face Expulsion for Celebrating Trump’s Victory

Missionary Donn Ketcham Abused 18 Children. Here’s Why He Wasn’t Stopped

After Bangladesh MKs speak out, ABWE releases final report on past problems and future protections.   MAY 10, 2016      Sarah Eekhoff Zylstra For years, allegations have swirled about medical missionary Donn Ketcham’s inappropriate sexual behavior. A surgeon serving in Bangladesh with the Association of Baptists for World Evangelism (ABWE) from 1961 to 1989, Ketcham … More Missionary Donn Ketcham Abused 18 Children. Here’s Why He Wasn’t Stopped

English Law Allows For Five Years In Prison For Spouses Who Engage In “Coercive and Controlling Behavior”

Dec 29, 2015 by Jonathan Turley An extraordinary English law came into effect this week that allows for five years imprisonment for spouses who inflict psychological cruelty on their other partners.Domestic abuse will now extend to “coercive and controlling behaviour.” The definition of the offense however is quite vague and the potential scope of criminalization … More English Law Allows For Five Years In Prison For Spouses Who Engage In “Coercive and Controlling Behavior”