Globalists and establishment types, watch out. The establishment media-driven brouhaha over Trump's national security advisor Lt. General Michael Flynn, who just resigned amid the controversy, has resurrected talk of an obscure U.S. law known as the Logan Act. Passed more than 200 years ago, the federal statute makes it a crime for Americans to seek to influence the policies of foreign governments without official permission from U.S. authorities. And Flynn aside, there are plenty of Americans in that category — potentially including top power-brokers ranging from Obama and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi to senior globalists and Bilderberg bigwigs.

 

 

At a White House meeting with sheriffs from across the country, President Trump appeared to support Civil Asset Forfeiture without conviction of a crime.

In seeking to remove obstacles to gun owerneship and use, is Ronald Turk, associate deputy director (chief of the ATF), adjusting to the new reality, or is this a pre-emptive move to keep his agency from being dismantled?

Not all travel bans apply to foreigners: The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) has released its final details on just how it can revoke American citizens’ passports for being behind in paying their taxes.

For the second time in a week, President Donald Trump expressed his dismay over the continuing and escalating gun violence in Chicago, and offered the same solution: federal assistance.

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