America was founded as a republic with strict limitations of police power and an emphasis on liberty of the individual. The God-given natural Rights of the people were recognized in law and the Bill of Rights was insisted upon in the first Convention, passed by the first Congress, and ratified by the States by 1791. All sworn officers of the United States and the states are duty bound to respect and enforce those limitations on government power, no matter how inconvenient…Continue
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You are much more likely to die in a hospital due to medical malpractice than you are to die as the result of being shot by a violent criminal or a rouge police officer.
Rather than being overly concerned about the…Continue
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The Currency Act of 1764 was the primary cause of the American Revolution. Before King George and the British Parlimaent passed the Currency Act the colonies were prospering, but when they were forced to pay for all goods imported from England with gold and silver they were forced to borrow from the London bankers…Continue
When the world abandons the petro-dollar the United States will experience hyper inflation. Since our dollars are the world reserve currency trillions of our dollars are being used all around the world. When the other nations dump the petro-dollar all of the currency will return to the United States which will cause unprecedented inflation.
The influx of all of these dollars…Continue
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A federal appeals court ruled in favor of an officer in Colleyville, Texas, who used “excessive force” against an 18-year-old woman after police shot and killed her father. The court asserted the officer could not have known force was “clearly unreasonable” in this situation, given the “lack of guiding precedent,” and granted him immunity for his actions.
Even though Erin Lincoln “sufficiently alleged violations of her right to be free from unreasonable seizure and…Continue
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