Though U.S. intelligence agencies have never produced evidence that Iran is developing a nuclear weapon, the U.S. government has a long history of punishing Iran for doing it.

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS), working in coordination with the U.S. State Department, conducted a teleconference on March 31 to provide information about its Central American Minors (CAM) Refugee/Parole Program.

The announcement on Wednesday by Washington, D.C.’s attorney general was no surrender but rather a strategic withdrawal. The district has decided not to press forward on its appeal of Judge Frederick Scullin’s ruling in Palmer v. District of Columbia last summer that the district’s total ban on handgun possession (except inside a home) was unequivocally unconstitutional.

The recently leaked Chapter 2 of the secret Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), as we recently reported, would establish international tribunals (courts) appointed by a branch of the World Bank, which acts as a front for the central bankers and their Wall Street bankster colleagues, most especially Goldman Sachs and the Council on Foreign Relations.

The U.S. Supreme Court has decided not to hear an appeal from three young men who, as California high school students in 2010, were ordered by school officials to remove their U.S. flag T-shirts on a day celebrating a Mexican holiday.

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