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Virginia Governor Ralph Northam sunk low enough on Wednesday to declare a state of emergency over the upcoming “Lobby Day” Second Amendment rally. He’s terrified that “white nationalists and hate groups” will cause “violence, rioting, and insurrection.” At the very least, they’re expected to “intimidate and cause harm.” American Thinker pundit Catherine Evans was quick …

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“Whenever you hear people talking about ‘a living Constitution,’ invariably they are in the process of slowly killing it by ‘interpreting’ out of existence its restrictions on government.” ~ Thomas Sowell Our Constitution provides for the destruction of each of its elements, and indeed the entirety of itself. The process of destruction is “amendment.” Governments have …

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Judges, upon taking positions on the bench, take an oath to protect, defend, and uphold the constitution. So WHY would any sitting judge ban mentioning the Constitution in his court? That’s just what happened in an Ohio court. It seems as the fix was in as New American reported on a prosecutor’s motion granted by …

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By Lawrence Hurley, Reuters President Barack Obama’s new plan to ease the threat of deportation for 4.7 million undocumented immigrants violates the U.S. Constitution, a federal judge found on Tuesday, handing down the first legal ruling against the plan. The ruling has no immediate impact, with the government saying there was no reason for Judge …

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States Move Forward With Plan To Alter Constitution By Bryan Anderson, Investors Business Daily A very important meeting is being held in Washington this week, but career politicians, lobbyists and most in the media don’t want you to know about it. More than 100 state legislators from around the country are meeting at the Naval Heritage …

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(Tea Party) – Disgraceful and disingenuous are only two of the words that come to mind to describe the outrageous and anti-constitutional actions of the man who was supposed to bring hope and change to America. Instead, he has only brought despair. Some believe it is time for exuberance, but instead it is outrage and …

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Let’s get the show on the road! From Donald Joy, Clash Daily Shazam! I recently wrote of an impending “Democrat bloodbath” in the mid-term elections, but even I didn’t expect the wild and complete revolution that just took place across this land. The full-blown blitzkrieg to victory for Republicans unfolded in so many places and …

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By Cav, SHTF Journal “When the Army looks to the future, it sees cities. Dense, sprawling, congested cities where criminal and extremist groups flourish almost undetected by authorities, but who can influence the lives of the population while undermining the authority of the state.” Army Times In what can only be described as startling, an article …

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Am I a nerd for having a Supreme Court justice for a hero? Justice Scalia puts it about as simply and directly as it can be put. Words have meaning. Liberals may want to call a dog a duck, but that does not make it a duck. In characteristically manipulative fashion liberals attempt to stretch …

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The U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Louisiana has struck down the City of Baton Rouge’s ban (pdf) on the possession of firearms or other weapons in places that sell alcohol, and their parking lots. The lawsuit was filed under Section 1983.   The court granted default judgment to the plaintiff.   A  permanent injunction was ordered …

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The California State Senate has approved a bill that will drastically restrict how law enforcement agencies from San Diego to San Francisco can use unmanned aerial vehicles, or drones, for policing purposes. On Tuesday, the Senate voted 25-8 in favor of the legislation, AB 1327, setting it on course to go before the State Assembly …

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The United States National Security Agency has built a massive information sharing system intended to allow intelligence community analysts from across the US government access hundreds of billions of records detailing the lives of people the world over. This “Google-like” search engine, according to journalist Ryan Gallagher at The Intercept, was developed by the NSA …

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Many of our followers know of the George Orwell novel titled “1984”, and many of you have read it. It has been said time and again during the Obama presidency that Orwell’s novel was meant to serve as a warning, not an instruction booklet. Virtually all cell phones on Earth can be geographically pinpointed with …

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A nonpartisan government watchdog agency said Thursday that the Pentagon broke the law when it swapped five Taliban leaders for Army Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl earlier this year. The Government Accountability Office, in a legal opinion issued at the request of congressional lawmakers, said the Defense Department violated the law by failing to notify key Capitol …

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