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Agenda 21: The BLM Land Grabbing Endgame : Freedom Outpost

Agenda 21: The BLM Land Grabbing Endgame : Freedom Outpost.

I can’t say, and i won’t say that what happened was in reality part of the United Nations “Agenda 21.”  But I will say, it would go along with the advancement of that plan.

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Does the PPO achieve its purpose? (A constitutional perspective)

Do the citizens of Pakistan really need a PPO at this time? The two main issues which arise from the PPO are: whether the constitution supports such a law and  whether it breaches the fundamental right guaranteed to each citizen of Pakistan. 1,039 more words

1991 | Harris v Caladine

ON THIS DAY in 1991, the High Court of Australia delivered Harris v Caladine HCA 9; (1991) 172 CLR 84 (17 April 1991).

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Family Law

Criticism of Attorney-General's breach of confidence mounts

Law & Justice Institute (Qld) Inc. member Professor Heather Douglas recently appeared on the ABC’s 7.30 Report, alongside  former Queensland Supreme Court judge, George Fryberg, and former Queensland Solicitor-General, Walter Sofronoff QC, to discuss Attorney-General Bleijie’s disclosure of a private conversation with Queensland Court of Appeal President, Margaret McMurdo AC. 7 more words

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Kevin Gutzman's "Sue the Executive Branch, Congressman? The Constitutional Check is Impeachment"

This essay was authored by Kevin Gutzman for Nomocracy in Politics.

Rep. Trey Gowdy, R-SC, won plaudits from several corners for a recent House speech decrying President Barack Obama’s behavior as president. 1,018 more words

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