Blog/Rule of Law

British Prosecutors Charging Hate Crimes for just saying “All right Geezer.”

The British government is also going completely nuts with criminal charges for nonsense. British prosecutors charged a woman for calling a man a [...]

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Why Was Jesus Crucified?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; You are clearly a Roman scholar.  Is it true that the Romans used crucifixion only for political crimes and that the two who were [...]

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Criminal Prosecutions Are Used to Remove Opponents

COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong; I watched the Forecaster on TV here in Scandinavia. It seems that anyone who is an opponent is criminally charged no matter what the field. [...]

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The Hype of “Net Neutrality”

While many people make it sound like the end of the world is approaching with the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) vote to repeal the Obama-era power grab to [...]

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Freedom of Religion under Attack?

  The attack upon religion in Australia is not what one would call a direct assault. It is also not unique to just Australia. This is simply the way [...]

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Prosecutor & Media Abuse of Power

  COMMENT: Mr. Armstrong; I am sure you are aware of the sudden correction to the hyped stories by ABC and CNN that a confidant of Lt. Gen. Michael Flynn said [...]

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Supreme Court Upholds Trump’s Travel Ban

I have warned that all the protests against Trump’s Travel Ban were just politics. It was by no means discriminatory against Muslims, it was targeting the [...]

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Zarrab has Flipped – Is Erdogan the real Target?

The New York Justice System is what it is. They have “flipped” the Turkish-Iranian businessman Reza Zarrab into a prosecuting witness offering him a [...]

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Illinois Supreme Court Rules Against Pensions

The Illinois Supreme Court has used STRICT CONSTRUCTION to defend the State against State Employee pensions that have been bankrupting the State. Previously, back [...]

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US Prosecutors Violating International Law – As Always!

The USA is once again abusing international law. It is a rare event when I find that I actually have to agree with the head of Turkey about anything, but Recep [...]

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