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Chokehold, Literally & Figuratively

The Paul Butler who appears often on MSNBC as a legal expert has a very different voice from the Paul Butler who wrote Chokehold: Policing Black Men… 552 more words

Chicago attorney - condo owner asks Cook County judge to void unconstitutional ordinance

By Deborah Goonan, Independent American Communities

In January, here on IAC, I posted an article about the City of Chicago’s intent to circumvent state law with regard to condo unit owner access to contact information and voting interests of fellow association members. 368 more words

HOA

The Impeachment of Andrew Johnson

From We’re History by Todd Arrington:

ne hundred and fifty years ago today, on March 13, 1868, the U.S. Senate began the impeachment trial of President Andrew Johnson. 211 more words

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Judge: Exxon can't stop climate change probes

Chalk one up for basic logic and reason. The main argument presented by ExxonMobil corporation attorneys was that their First amendment “free speech” rights — a basic right in our Bill of Rights intended ONLY for human beings — were violated by not being honest to investors and the public about its own internal knowledge about burning fossil fuels resulting in climate change and its business implications was rightfully dismissed by the judge. 77 more words

War, Emergency Powers and Enemies of the State

US CITIZENS WERE CLASSIFIED AS ENEMIES OF THE STATE IN 1933!

United States Congressional Record, March 17, 1993 Vol. 33, page H-1303 (Rep James Traficant): … 1,462 more words

Government

Heller & The Gun

http://media.blubrry.com/thedavebowmanshow/www.slipperyfish.com/podcast99/dave_bowman/2018/02_february_2018/CT_02222018_heller_and_guns.mp3

In the ongoing (with no end in sight) debate over exactly what to do about mass shootings, the doctrines have become entrenched. On the Left, all guns must be eliminated, because Australia did this and ended gun violence. 184 more words

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