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Years ago I discovered to my astonishment, anger and remorse that our government is collecting income tax devoid of legal authority. Therefore, I have publicly refused to file an income tax return for the past 12 years. If brought before … Continue reading
More evidence that Obama and the Dems stole the 2012 elections. More evidence that the United States of America has devolved into a Third World and third-rate country.
“The Laws of God and of man have been violated, and the guilty must not go unpunished.” – President Harry Truman, May 1945, Nuremburg Trials “Tyranny on Trial” Interestingly enough, back in 1945, during the Nuremberg Trials, when the war … Continue reading
BREAKING…Connecticut Police Officers Refuse to Confiscate: Will Not “Be Party to the Oppression of the People”
(Image courtesy Grass Roots Michigan) With so many news stories circulating about brutality and injustice at the hands of the militarized police state, it’s often difficult to discern between the good cops and the bad cops.
Late Monday evening, the Georgia State House of Representatives passed HB707, which bans the state participating in significant portions of the Affordable Care Act, aka Obamacare. The vote was 115-59.
Reuters/Jonathan Ernst The US Supreme Court has ruled that police may search a home without obtaining a warrant despite the objection of one occupant if that occupant has been removed from the premises.
In his new book, Six Amendments: How and Why We Should Change the Constitution, former (thankfully) Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens outlines the six Constitutional Amendments that he would like to see changed.
Eric Holder recently revealed in an interview with The New Yorker, which is set to publish next week, that he will be leaving his Attorney General post in 2014.
On Tuesday Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was quoted, in a Washington Examiner article, discussing the possible the return of World War II style “internment camps”:
Missouri legislators are battling it out over gun laws. Last year, Governor Jay Nixon vetoed the Missouri Second Amendment legislation, HB436, which would have established the ‘Second Amendment Preservation Act,’ and would have criminalized federal agents enforcing federal gun laws. Though Nixon claimed the … Continue reading
Reuters / Darren Hauck The US Supreme Court upheld biotech giant Monsanto’s claims on genetically-engineered seed patents and the company’s ability to sue farmers whose fields are inadvertently contaminated with Monsanto materials.
Thursday, January 10, 1963 in the House of Representatives, Hon. A.S. Herlong, Jr. of Florida requested, at the urging of Mrs. Patricia Nordman, DeLand, Fl., the Communist Goals (1963) be read into the record of the House of Representatives. They … Continue reading