Blog/Rule of Law

The Curse of Cash = Curse of Elitist Authors

The government has its pawns cheering the end of money. They are screaming that $1.4 trillion exists in cash and half of that is $100 bills. Justine Underhill [...]

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Congress Commits Treason Against the People

The arrogance of Congress & NSA knows no bounds. A U.S. congressional intelligence committee issued a critical report accusing Edward Snowden of treason, [...]

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Australia Elects Senator Who Was Thrown in Contempt Fighting Against Judges

Sen. Derryn Hinch (Vic-DHJP) was thrown in contempt and imprisoned for standing up against corrupt judges. He was elected to the Senate and made his Maiden Speech [...]

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How Socialism Destroyed the Family Structure

The very core tenet of Marxism and its two versions called socialism and communism is to actually replace the family structure. In Russian communism, Stalin was [...]

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Department of Labor Regulation on Pensions

For those who would like to review the actual text of the new regulation, here it is. [...]

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US Feds to End Private Prisons

The idea behind private federal prisons was to save money, but they did not. They billed the government the same and now they are losing their business. The US [...]

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The Cabbage Myth

  The EU has become the modern Byzantine government. To create 2600 works regulating just cabbage is excessive. The saying that God created the 10 Commandments [...]

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California to Criminalize Taking Undercover Videos

  California is about to pass a law that is so totalitarian and anti-citizen, you really have to question what the hell is going on. This new law will [...]

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Pennsylvania Attorney General Guilty of Perjury

At the state level, governments vary overall, but for the most part, they are nowhere near as corrupt as the Federal government and its court system. Pennsylvania [...]

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Goldman Sachs Sued for $510 Million

Goldman Sachs has been sued for $510 million in New York State Court, which is at least more viable than federal court. The case is Primus Pacific Partners I LP v [...]

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