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Medieval Militias: a Brief History of England and Europe's Primary Defense Forces

This article published on June 21st, 2012 was originally written in response to the raging gun control debate exploding at the time.  In that debate, I kept hearing ardent defenses of the 2nd Amendment to the US Constitution which states in full, “A well regulated Militia, being necessary to the security of a free State, the right of the people to keep and bear Arms, shall not be infringed.” 576 more words

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Ghana’s Reviewed Constitution to save Central Bank from government manipulations.

The constitutional review and implementation committee has stipulated measures to prevent what it terms as the manipulation of the central bank.

The committee points some level of interference in the operations of the Bank of Ghana by successive governments. 326 more words

EDUCATION

States Retain Authority to Secure Borders Against Illegals

States Retain Authority to Secure Borders Against Illegals.

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The States have the RIGHT to defend themselves if they are being “invaded” and the Federal Government can’t/won’t/doesn’t respond.  That applies for all States.

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El Salvador...a different breed of immigrants

Last night, we met for our final “class’ of the year. I can’t believe year 1 is already in the books. Anyways, Ellen was an amazing host and we had some delicious Salvadoran dishes. 1,421 more words

Politics

PROSECUTORS ARE READING EMAILS FROM INMATES TO LAWYERS

“But even as Mr. DiFiore sat in a jail cell, sending nearly daily emails to his lawyers on his case and his deteriorating health, federal prosecutors in Brooklyn sought to add another layer of evidence: those very emails. 39 more words

Police State

Silk Road Case: It’s The End of The Web as We Know It

The federal government is preparing to use the case against alleged Silk Road founder Ross Ulbricht as a trojan horse to eviscerate Internet freedoms and make website owners criminally responsible for their users’ actions, setting the precedent for chilling new laws that would drastically change the face of the world wide web. 17 more words

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