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Credibility problems with lawyers defending Obama’s overreach

April Fool’s Day is still months away, but the gags keep coming

The U.S. Department of Justice recently released a letter* citing 10 legal academics at colleges across the country defending Barack Obama’s imperial executive action —- bypassing congress —- which grants amnesty to foreign nationals who have illegally entered the United States. 223 more words

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Is progressive liberalism sleepwalking us backwards into an age of tyranny?

How often do you find yourself in a situation when you hear that inner voice questioning whether you can do, say or act in a particular way, just in case it directly ‘offends’ someone, or perhaps ever more likely could inadvertently be seen to offend that someone – but only in the eyes of someone else? 1,060 more words

Savage Professor at Georgetown University Reports on Ferguson Savagery: "THE FIX WAS IN"

What are the Savages reporting regarding the Michael Brown celebrations in Ferguson?

Savage Professor, Paul Butler at Georgetown University who states he has “appeared before juries a hundred times”, offers the following view commonly heard among fellow Savages: … 16 more words

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Snob-berry is Moment of Truth for Labour

Emily Thornberry’s kamikaze tweet on Thursday was a thing of rare beauty.   When was the last time a picture and three words said so much? 599 more words

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A Twitter Storm

Politics is vicious, and decency can be a vanishing mirage. Writing on ‘Cameron Must Go’ Twitter hashtag, Jack Monroe, a food blogger and anti-poverty campaigner, … 798 more words

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By David F. Woods

At the risk of “piling on” I can express only shock and dismay at the President’s politically incomprehensible decision to bring about some limited immigration reform through executive action. 445 more words

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Ban fracking until human rights impact is known, Bianca Jagger to urge PM

The human rights campaigner, Bianca Jagger, will deliver a report to 10 Downing Street on Wednesday (26/11/14) urging the UK Government to investigate the human rights impact of fracking. 341 more words

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