Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.
New York, Atlanta, Denver, and Minneapolis have joined the Justice Department's Strong Cities Network, an initiative administered by a European think-tank targeting "right-wing extremists."
Americans who study the subject realize that the redrawing of national boundaries and domestic legal processes completed in secret this week by the globalists sitting around the TPP negotiating table in Atlanta is an attack on American laws, American courts, American freedom of expression, American sovereignty, and the American Constitution.
The EPA is fining a Wyoming father of four almost $20 million (to date) for buidling a small stock pond on his own property.
As the drone war expands in Africa and Syria, the Department of Defense is finding that some of the pilots pulling the triggers on the unmanned vehicles are having a hard time dealing with the stress of summary executions.
President Obama has developed several programs designed to "nudge" Americans into greater dependence on the federal government.
Police brutality happens. False charges about police abuses happen more often — and provide fodder for bad elements to exploit. Yet the abuse and the lies can be minimized.
Results of YouGov poll seem to suggest that a significant number of Americans would support a military takeover of the civil government.
Despite committing to reduce their role in military operations, President Obama is leaving the CIA in control of the drone strikes in Syria.
The ratio of representation prescribed by Article I of the Constitution is nearly universally ignored, to the detriment of the governed.