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Obama's Presidential Library

Obama’s Presidential Library in Chicago was approved by Illinois. It will be the first library that will feature a new system of checking out books. When you go to check out a book you like, you’re told you can have it, then you get it taken away and given the “option” for a new book. 53 more words


The United States Now OFFICIALLY Has The Power To DISMANTLE The Federal "Government"

Article 5 of the U.S. Constitution grants the States the ability to convene and amend, change or even SCRAP the ENTIRE Federal Government if two-thirds of the states (34 total states) call for it and three-fourths of… 665 more words

Abortion Doctors Sue To Recover Admitting Rights

AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Two doctors who perform abortions have sued a Dallas hospital alleging that their admitting privileges were illegally revoked after a court upheld strict new Texas abortion restrictions. 218 more words


The ACA, the Lanham Act and personal injury lawyers

The Lanham Act, named for its chief sponsor, then-Texas Representative Fritz Lanham regulates trademark infringement and  false advertising, among other things. Signed into law by President Harry Truman in 1947, it has been the principal basis for many multi-million dollar awards against companies for false, misleading and injurious advertising practices, as illustrated in an… 1,097 more words

Don’t Tread Me Bro (A message to the would-be Libertarian)

Sit down and shut the fuck up!

Seriously, stop fucking talking. Pull out your little pocket sized versions of the constitution and shut up. As you may have guessed, this Bundy Ranch stand off is going to be the focus of today’s lesson, so please pay attention and make sure to write your notes because there will be a test later. 634 more words



GREENVILLE, N.C. — A federal court Tuesday ordered the University of North Carolina–Wilmington to promote a professor to the rank of full professor, a position it originally denied him, and to pay him $50,000 in back pay. 398 more words


Someone Tucked an Obscure Line into the Farm Bill That Allows the Treasury Department to Destroy Due Process


The Washington Post has an outrageous story about how the Treasury Department is going after thousands of Americans to collect on debts — which may not have ever been real debts — it says deceased family members owed the government.

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