Blog/Rule of Law

Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals – Equity v Law

Many people have written in on both sides of the issue concerning the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, or DACA. Some totally disagree with me and [...]

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Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals

President Donald Trump is about to make a decision that will mark his presidency forever. There are some 800,000 technically illegal aliens who came to the States [...]

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Special Counsel Looking to Blackmail Manafort Against Trump to Force Him to Resign

The special counsel  Robert S. Mueller III, who is leading the Russia inquiry against Trump, executed a search warrant at the Northern Virginia home of President [...]

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The Constitution is Negative Not Positive So You Cannot Waive Any Rights

The greatest constitutional scam that the Judiciary and the Department of Justice have been doing for decades,  is they constantly rule against people claiming [...]

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The Legal Challenge to Quantitative Easing

It has taken almost 10 years for the ECB’s controversial government bond purchases to finally reach the European Court of Justice (ECJ) to be reviewed as to [...]

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American Imperialism – Why Congress Violates International Law

We have a very serious problem with Congress. Their actions in far too many ways is displaying (1) a total disregard for international law, and (2) a clear [...]

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Is the Federal Government a Sovereign or a Corporation?

QUESTION:  Is it true that the Federal Government is nothing more than a corporation? I have read that the “organic act of 1871” replaced our [...]

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Australian Police Want a New Law to Covertly Turn All Phones into Listening Devices

In picturesque Australia, the Queensland police are proposing new laws that would allow them to turn your internet connected products into listening devices to spy [...]

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Does CNN Really Have the Right to Freedom of Speech?

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I read your article on CNN imposing a fiduciary duty upon the directors as a public corporation. I tried to search if corporations truly [...]

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Google’s Antitrust Case in Europe

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; Is Google really violating European antitrust laws to warrant such a huge fine or is this really a trade war? KQ ANSWER: It’s a trade [...]

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