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The current Grift has STILL not ended!

Business Owner Gets Death Threats for Criticizing Police After Cops Encouraged People to Harass Him

Deep State Admits They’ve Finally “Gotten a Grip on Trump” Liken Him to George W. Bush

Cop Who Caused Handcuffed Man to be Thrown Into Lake and Watched Him Drown, Gets Only 10 Days in Jail

Cops are Breaking Into Cars & Trashing Them—To Stop People from Breaking into Cars

Insanity: Mainstream Media Triggered Over Trump Sovereignty Talk, Claims America First Idea Is Russian Propaganda

Roy Moore Races Toward U.S. Senate Victory in Alabama!

The man whose biblical doomsday claim has some nervously eyeing Sept. 23

Report: Trump Reluctant to Campaign in Alabama — But Swamp Fears Domino Effect if Luther Strange Defeated

CanÂ’t Believe IÂ’m Saying This, But ItÂ’s Time for Big Government to Rein In Big Data

IS SPAIN ON THE BRINK? Tensions Mount As Catalan Independence Referendum Draws Near

Trump’s Horrible, Arrogant, Dumb, Neocon UN Speech

49ers-Rams tickets reselling for the price of two stadium pretzels

The NFL is praying for a ratings turnaround

Hillary Clinton: I Might Challenge Legitimacy of 2016 Election

Moscow Unveils A Monument To Mikhail Kalashnikov, The AK-47’s Designer

Prominent Washington D.C. Monument to Masonic Confederate General Albert Pike is untouched

Republicans Make Common Cause with a Billionaire Homosexual Rights Activist to Defeat Roy Moore

Has asset forfeiture gone too far? Truck seizure case sparks outrage, a call for change

Canadian School Bans Cartwheeling, Because We Can't Be Too Careful

We’re Living in the Bizzaro World (This is the way things look to me)

9 Cops Reveal How To Actually Get Out Of A Ticket

14 Monopoly Rules That Aren't Actually Rules

If we’re not getting the wall, we may as well have an attractive dignified president

France may make wolf-whistling and asking women for their phone number a CRIMINAL offence

Freedom Is a Myth: We Are All Prisoners of the Police State’s Panopticon Village

Suspect in Starbucks Armed Robbery Plans to Sue Good Samaritan

Hero Cops a Feel

Cop Mistakes Autism for Drug Use, Assault, Hurt Innocent Boy

Happy Birthday CIA: 7 Truly Terrible Things the Agency Has Done in 70 Years

Native American Man Misses Mother’s Last Moments Because Cops Beat Him at Hospital

In Florida it’s Illegal to Power Your Home with Solar Panels

Unlicensed Tour Guides Not Allowed in Savannah

Hours After Hurricane Irma, Miami-Dade County Tickets Residents For Code Violations (Thanks, government!)

Officer in nurse arrest was reprimanded for sex harassment

Is anybody wathching Trump on TV?

Hillary Clinton: Women Only Voted For Trump Because Their Husbands Told Them To

Entire Volume of CIA Files On Lee Harvey Oswald, Set to Be Released in October, Has ‘Gone Missing’

Cops Execute Student for Holding a “Tiny” Multi-tool

7 Best Video Sites, YouTube Alternatives

Hobby Lobby’s ‘offensive’ decoration

America's Broken System: Left & Right Authoritarianism

Workmen Allegedly Find Bone Fragments of Saint Peter Inside Medieval Altar in Rome

"Shut down ICE!": Amnesty activists shout down Pelosi over DREAM deal with Trump

Hillary Clinton still wants to challenge election results

An Unworthy Pope

Hollywood is finished - TV ... in the sense they influence - steer the public --- for the exception of the uninformed zombie radical left communists Antifa types.

Video shows purse snatching from elderly woman in scooter at Burbank Ralphs

Profs: Boys are better at physics because they play ‘pee games’

NO AMNESTY IS A GOOD AMNESTY(Ann Coulter)


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Worse Than Speed Limits (Fungible Laws)
Post Date: 2017-09-14 07:41:31 by Deckard
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Even better – from a certain point-of-view – than a radar trap based on an under-posted speed limit is a radar trap with a changing speed limit. One that can be dumbed-down at random and with no prior notice, at the whim of the same government workers who enforce the limits and profit from that enforcement.It’s called Variable Speed Limits and the Feds – through the Department of Transportation – are not only encouraging the states to adopt them, they are bribing them to adopt them. Cue Dr. Evil voice – one billion dollars mulcted from taxpayers has been earmarked to mulct taxpayers a second time via “pilot” VSL programs – and at least nine ...

Supreme Court Temporarily Puts Trump's Travel Ban in Fuller Force Again as It Hears Briefing on the Issues and Debates a Ruling
Post Date: 2017-09-11 19:55:41 by Tooconservative
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The Ninth Circuit enjoined the government from implementing the travel ban in full, and the Supreme Court has temporarily stayed that injunction, meaning the travel ban is back in fuller effect. Note it's in fuller effect, not full. That's because the Ninth Circus objected to two parts of the travel ban. One part they claimed was unconstitutional was limiting the family members who could visit their relatives in the US to close family members, not stuff like cousins. The other part they claimed (falsely) was unconstitutional was the ban on refugees -- the Ninth Circus claimed that if there was a refugee resettlement group offering "formal assurances" on behalf of the ...

Trump Continues to Remake the Federal Judiciary
Post Date: 2017-09-07 17:42:10 by Tooconservative
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President Donald Trump submitted another slate of judicial nominees to the Senate Thursday, naming candidates to the powerful federal appeals courts based in Washington, D.C., and San Francisco, California. The White House announced that Trump has named Gregory Katsas to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit, the nation’s second most powerful judicial panel, and Ryan Bounds to the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals, the West Coast appeals court and primary antagonist of the early days of the Trump presidency. Katsas’ nomination was widely expected. He currently serves as deputy White House counsel and has played a major role in the administration’s early ...

Are sex offender registries unconstitutional?
Post Date: 2017-09-02 18:42:21 by Tooconservative
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A ruling coming out of a federal court in Denver this week could lead to a significant change in how the country deals with convicted sex offenders. Judge Richard Matsch heard a case involving three convicted sex offenders who were protesting having all of their personal information published on a public sex offender registry. Rather than ruling on whether or not the three could have their details removed (which was all that was requested), Matsch ruled that the entire registry was unconstitutional. This one is going to be appealed and if it makes it to the Supreme Court it could impact the laws in pretty much every state in the union. (CBS Denver) A federal court judge in Denver has ...

Public sector unions are beginning to panic
Post Date: 2017-09-02 18:39:14 by Tooconservative
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Those who follow labor union issues likely remember the disappointing conclusion in March of 2016 to the case of Friedrichs v. California Teachers Association. Friedrichs had sought to stop the mandatory “contribution” of dues out of the paychecks of teachers who either did not belong to the teachers union or did not support their political positions. With the death of Antonin Scalia, the Supreme Court split 4-4 on the case an allowed the unfair practice to continue. Now, as John Hinderaker reports at Powerline, another case is making its way before the court and it’s dealing with the same set of issues. Janus v. American Federation of State, County and Municipal Employees, ...

Trump, Sheriff Joe, and the Thrill of Arbitrary Power
Post Date: 2017-09-01 07:39:57 by Deckard
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The president admires strong men who break the law to enforce it.Three days before Donald Trump pardoned Joe Arpaio, he suggested that the former Maricopa County, Arizona, sheriff was "convicted for doing his job." In reality, Arpaio was convicted for doing someone else's job by enforcing federal immigration law. When a federal judge told him to cut it out, Arpaio openly defied the order. By giving a pass to Arpaio's criminal contempt, the president reveals the hollowness of his supposed commitment to law and order. Beginning in 2007, specially trained Maricopa County deputies had authority under Section 287(g) of the Immigration and Nationality Act to detain people they ...

Could Trump Deliver a Conservative Federal Judiciary?
Post Date: 2017-08-30 08:18:06 by Tooconservative
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President Trump thinks the Gorsuch appointment to the Supreme Court is one of his biggest achievements of his presidency. Another major success may await him: the redirection of the lower federal courts, such that there will be more Republican than Democratic appointees, and thus a more conservative federal judiciary. Democrats know the judicial map, yet what can they do to slow the Republicans down? It takes just 51 votes to confirm a judge, and there are 52 Republicans.* The Democrats are in the minority, and they no longer have the filibuster, a tool that they themselves did away with when they were in the majority in 2013. Trump and Senate Republicans would appear to be able to have ...

Congress Quietly Passed A Bill Allowing Warrantless Searches of Homes – Only 1% Opposed It
Post Date: 2017-08-27 07:57:42 by IbJensen
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A bill that will allow homes to be searched without a warrant was passed with overwhelming support by the United States Congress, and signed into law by President Trump—and it happened with no media coverage and very little fanfare. On the surface, House Joint Resolution 76 looks harmless. The title of the bill claims that its purpose is “Granting the consent and approval of Congress for the Commonwealth of Virginia, the State of Maryland, and the District of Columbia to enter into a compact relating to the establishment of the Washington Metrorail Safety Commission.” The proposal for a safety commission to act as a wing of the Washington Metropolitan Area Transit Authority ...

Tech companies crack down on free speech then label it hate speech like the true fascists they are
Post Date: 2017-08-20 09:45:46 by Willie Green
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Technology companies are confronting difficult questions about whether they should use their power to silence hate speech online Several tech companies have cracked down on white supremacist groups in the wake of a rally in Charlottesville, Va., where a woman was killed by a car driven into a counter protest crowd Facebook and Twitter took down the accounts of hate groups from their platforms. GoDaddy and Google banned neo-Nazi website the Daily Stormer from their domain hosting services, effectively taking it off the internet But many in the tech world wonder where they should draw the line when policing content, fearing the crackdown could lead to censorship In an letter to ...

More arrested in toppling of Confederate statue in North Carolina
Post Date: 2017-08-16 19:13:10 by Justified
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Three more protesters were arrested Wednesday for participating in the toppling of a nearly century-old statue of a Confederate soldier in North Carolina. Dante Strobino, 35, and Ngoc Loan Tran, 24, were arrested when they attended a court hearing for another woman who was charged Tuesday for climbing a ladder to attach a rope to the bronze soldier. Peter Gilbert, 39, was arrested later Wednesday afternoon. Ngoc Loan Tran, 24 (Durham County Sheriff’s Office) The Durham County Sheriff’s office said the three arrested Wednesday were charged with two felonies related to inciting and participating in a riot that damaged property. Dante Strobino, 35 (Durham County Sheriff's ...

Federal Court Rules Citizens Have No Right to Film Politicians & Police in Public
Post Date: 2017-08-12 09:54:35 by Deckard
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Contradicting the rulings of six others federal courts, the Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals annihilated free speech rights in upholding a district court decision stating citizens do not have the right to film public officials — politicians, police, and others — in public. In affirming the decision of the lower court to dismiss, the Eighth Circuit effectively ended free speech activist Matthew Akins’ challenge to the Columbia, Missouri, Police Department, which he accuses of unlawfully stopping and arresting him on multiple occasions — though nearly all charges were later dropped — as he filmed their encounters with the public, in public. Akins says the spate of ...

‘We’ll never be the same’: How a hydroponic tomato garden inspired cops to raid a family’s home
Post Date: 2017-07-29 15:26:20 by Anthem
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The police report would claim it all kicked off at 7:38 a.m., but Bob Harte later thought it had to be earlier. His 7:20 a.m. alarm had just yanked him awake. Got to get the kids — a boy in seventh grade, a girl in kindergarten — ready for school. Then he heard, like a starter’s pistol setting everything into motion, the first pounding on the front door of his home in Leawood, Kan., a bedroom suburb south of Kansas City. It was thunderous. It didn’t stop. Should I get up? Bob thought. Should I not? Sounded like the house was coming down, he would recall later. Wearing only gym shorts, the stocky 51-year-old left his wife in bed and shuffled downstairs. The solid front ...

Michigan Man Told To “Give Up Some Of Your Constitutional Rights” In Exchange For Adopting Grandson
Post Date: 2017-07-21 09:39:14 by Deckard
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Anyone with half a brain can read the Second Amendment, and clearly articulate its intent. It’s not a complicated law. It’s not buried in high-brow legalese that is indecipherable to the average person. Once you understand the original meaning of the words when they were written, and the wider context of the Bill of Rights, its meaning is obvious. The Second Amendment protects an individuals right to own and use firearms, which is a meaning that has been upheld by the Supreme Court. So it’s always somewhat surprising to learn that there are so many states with laws that disregard the Second Amendment. It’s baffling that it’s taken so long to strike down these ...

Appellate Court Rules Government Officials Opening Meetings With Prayer Is Unconstitutional
Post Date: 2017-07-16 16:13:17 by cranky
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RICHMOND, VA — The United States Court of Appeals for the Fourth Circuit issued a 10-5 decision on Friday ruling that Rowan County, N.C., county commissioners cannot begin official sessions with prayer, the First Liberty Institute announced following the decision. First Liberty represents the county and expressed disappointment that the court ignored precedent in the Supreme Court’s Town of Greece v. Galloway decision that deemed an opening prayer for legislative bodies acceptable under the Constitution. “While we are disappointed in the Fourth Circuit’s decision to ban invocations before legislative meetings contrary to Supreme Court precedent, we are encouraged that ...

Hellraiser: First Satanic Monument on U.S. Public Property Being Erected
Post Date: 2017-07-13 09:04:58 by hondo68
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Some firsts tell us we may be in our last days. A good example is what’s billed as our country’s first satanic monument on public property (shown). The handiwork of some Massachusetts Satanists, it was approved in May for The Satanic Temple and will be erected in the Veterans Memorial Park in Belle Plaine, Minnesota. The Daily Caller provides some more background: The Satanic Temple’s efforts to gain approval for a Satanic monument in the park started, ironically, with a Christian monument’s installation. The Freedom From Religion Foundation filed a complaint about the monument, which featured a soldier kneeling before a cross. The city of Belle Plaine ordered the ...

Tom Coburn: We Will Get 34 States for Article V Constitutional Convention to Drain the Swamp
Post Date: 2017-07-06 16:38:59 by cranky
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Tom Coburn, former Republican senator from Oklahoma, talked about his new book, Smashing the DC Monopoly: Using Article V to Restore Freedom and Stop Runaway Government, on Thursday’s Breitbart News Daily. Coburn explained to SiriusXM host Alex Marlow that the “D.C. monopoly” of the title refers to Washington’s outsized role in making decisions for states, municipalities, and even individual citizens. “In New York State, Oklahoma, Kansas, and every other state, if you look at the money raised in-state, an unelected federal bureaucrat tells you how to spend 60 percent of it – how you must spend 60 percent of it, and what the rules are,” he explained. He ...

Judge to Florida Legislators: Only ‘Courts’ Can Expand Stand Your Ground
Post Date: 2017-07-05 07:21:22 by cranky
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Miami-Dade Circuit Court Judge Milton Hirsch ruled against Florida’s newly expanded stand your ground provision, declaring that authority to expand the law lies with “courts” rather than legislators. Gov. Rick Scott (R) signed the legislation to expand stand your ground on June 9, 2017. Breitbart News reported that the expansions put the onus on the state by forcing prosecutors to disprove a stand your ground claim in a pretrial hearing. In other words, the expansions were designed to guarantee that Floridians who used lethal force under duress were presumed innocent until proven guilty. Reuters reports that Judge Hirsch ruled the expanded stand your ground law ...

Liberal Nightmares Come True as Gorsuch Begins to Cast SCOTUS Votes
Post Date: 2017-06-27 12:43:54 by Tooconservative
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Two Supreme Court actions today have served to pretty much confirm what liberals had feared and conservatives were terrified to hope which is that newly appointed Supreme Court Associate Justice Neil Gorsuch is a conservative in the tradition of Antonin Scalia. In a concurrence to the Trinity Lutheran case, he says the court did not go far enough in protecting religious freedom from government interference. Keep in mind this is a case that caused the half wit wise Latina, Sonia Sotomayor, to read her dissent from the bench with duct tape wrapped around her head. In the second case, Gorsuch would have lifted all the lower court injunctions against President Trump’s ban on travel to the ...

SCOTUS Lets Ruling Stand Protecting Second Amendment Rights Following Non-Serious Misdemeanors
Post Date: 2017-06-26 18:32:11 by cranky
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On Monday the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) let stand a Third U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals in Pennsylvania ruling which protects Second Amendment rights following non-serious misdemeanor convictions. The issue revolved around Binderup v. the U.S. Attorney General, a case brought by the Second Amendment Foundation (SAF) on behalf of Daniel Binderup. He “pleaded guilty in 1996 to a misdemeanor charge related to a consensual relationship he had with a 17-year-old female employee,” receiving “three years’ probation and a $300 fine.” Since the crime could have resulted in jail time of over one year–triggering a “federal gun law blocks firearms ...

Supreme Court backs church in major religious rights case that will lift an outright ban on state funding
Post Date: 2017-06-26 18:03:42 by cranky
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The justices, in a 7-2 ruling, sided with a Missouri church that had been denied state funding for a playground improvement project Conservative Chief Justice John Roberts said the exclusion of Trinity Lutheran Church 'solely because it is a church, is odious to our Constitution'Three-quarters of the U.S. states have provisions similar to Missouri's barring funding for religious entities Liberal Justice Sonia Sotomayor wrote a dissenting opinion saying the court had swept away legal precedents that allow for limits on state funding of churches Churches and other religious entities cannot be flatly barred public money even in states where constitutions explicitly ban such ...

Trump Can Win Travel Ban Case at Supreme Court Simply by Enforcing It
Post Date: 2017-06-26 14:44:29 by cranky
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Monday’s decision by the U.S. Supreme Court to lift the injunction against most of President Donald Trump’s “travel ban” is a major victory — and not just because he will be able to implement the policy, but because the case is only scheduled to be heard in the fall, i.e. in October at the earliest. Because most of the controversial provisions of the executive order only last 90 days, Trump it could be fully implemented before the Court hears the case. The Court is prevented from hearing disputes that are already moot. There must be an active case or controversy in order for challenges to the executive order to be heard. The second version of Trump’s ...

Supreme Court Orders States to List Same-Sex Parents on Birth Certificates; Gorsuch Dissents
Post Date: 2017-06-26 14:23:26 by cranky
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Supreme Court Orders States to List Same-Sex Parents on Birth Certificates; Gorsuch Dissents On Monday, the Supreme Court ruled that the Constitution requires states to list married same-sex couples on their children’s birth certificate. The per curiam decision marks a landmark victory for gay rights, confirming that the court’s decision in Obergefell v. Hodges protects all rights relating to marriage, not simply the recognition of marriage itself. In Obergefell, the court held that the Due Process and Equal Protection clauses of the 14th Amendment require states to extend marriage rights to same-sex couples “on the same terms and conditions as opposite-sex couples.” ...

Women can't revoke consent to sex once underway, NC law states
Post Date: 2017-06-24 09:07:51 by cranky
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You hear the phrase 'no means no' thrown around when it comes to a woman's ability to protect herself from unwanted sexual advances, but in the state of North Carolina - no doesn't always mean no.The Fayetteville Observer recently posted a story about a teenage girl who said she was at a party when a man pulled her into a bathroom to have sex. She initially consented, but told police when the sex turned violent, she told the man to stop. And he didn't.The North Carolina Supreme Court ruled in 1979, in State v. Way, that women cannot revoke consent after sexual intercourse begins. State v. Way (297 N.C. 293) states that if [intercourse begins] with the victim's ...

Supreme Court Strikes Down Ban on ‘Racially Disparaging’ Trademarks
Post Date: 2017-06-19 18:18:34 by cranky
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The Supreme Court affirmed the Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit Monday, holding that a law prohibiting “disparaging” trademarks violates the First Amendment. The unanimous Court in Matal v. Tam struck down a provision of the Lanham Act, the main law on trademarks, that barred the Patent and Trademark Office from issuing any trademark protections to marks that “may disparage … persons, living or dead, institutions, beliefs, or national symbols, or bring them into contempt, or disrepute.” This case concerned a rock band called the “The Slants,” a reference to the racial slur for Asians. When Simon Tam, the band’s Asian-American frontman, tried ...

Longmont Housing Authority invited police to search low-income apartments without warrants
Post Date: 2017-06-08 10:09:49 by Deckard
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LONGMONT, COLO. - Some powerful people in Longmont appear to have forgotten that the Constitution still exists.The Longmont Housing Authority says it was using the homes of low-income residents to train police drug dogs. There weren’t warrants, but simply a notice that the landlord was coming, and a police officer and drug dog would be there, too.The letter to residents of The Suites low-income housing community starts with standard stuff, notifying them of an inspection. That's what landlords across Colorado do. The Sutites, a low-income housing community in Longmont less Then it mentions the police officer and drug dog. Nowhere in the letter are residents told that while they ...

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