Monthly Archives: November 2013

Fourth Amendment and Foreigners: Does it Apply?

The National Security Agency’s (NSA) surveillance of foreign leaders has been well publicized. The phones of politicians from Germany to Brazil, from France to Spain, were tapped and the conversations were monitored and recorded by agents of the government of … Continue reading

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Largest Massacre of Christians in Syria Ignored

Images of three of the six family members tortured and thrown in a well by U.S.-supported Islamic terrorists. The massacre took place in Sadad, an ancient Syriac Orthodox Christian habitation, so old as to be mentioned in the Old Testament. … Continue reading

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California lawmakers seek to ban imitation firearms

California lawmakers are pushing to ban the manufacturer or sale of imitation firearms in the state after a Northern California sheriff’s deputy shot and killed a 13-year-old boy who was carrying a BB gun last month. State and local officials … Continue reading

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California Business Owner with 600 Employees Chimes in on Obamacare Effect

out without penalty, and the rates are double or triple, depending upon the plan. Our 750k insurance for 250 employees is going to $2 million per year for 600 employees. By mandate, we have to pay 91.5% of the premium … Continue reading

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Montana’s Ernie Tertegte Arrested for Trying to Feed Himself Owns Judge – Cites Natural Law

Tertelgte told the judge, “those men (the arresting officers) were charged by me right back by staging an overthrow of the Constitution of 1789, and the overthrow Bill of Rights, and overthrow of my rights to forage for food as … Continue reading

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