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Jeff Rense & Karen Stewart - NSA Whistleblower, Gang-Stalking Victim

Jeff Rense & Karen Stewart – NSA Whistleblower, Gang-Stalking Victim

 

Jeff Rense

Published on Nov 18, 2016

Please visit http://www.rense.com/ for updates and information you will never see on Fox News! 25 more words

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A Letter from the Democratic Party.. I want to receive

We need to hear swiftly, definitively and defiantly from our leaders in the disloyal opposition before we let the winner of the Electoral College debacle into the White House. 872 more words

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Trump and the Death of Democracy

I have focused on the sexism, racism, homophobia, and xenophobia that is deeply and expressly embedded in Trump’s rhetoric, and the bias he tuned into, in many supporters, to become elected. 755 more words

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Part 3: New York State Law Enforcement and No Trespassing Signs - Q & A

See Part 1 and Part  2 to read more about the legal background of this issue.

My Armchair Legal Q & A:

(Obligatory disclaimer: I am not a legal professional.   387 more words
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A Warning, A Reminder, The Final Ten Days…

We have been trying to warn everyone what will happen when a particular inflection point is reached. There are trillions of dollars at stake. Trillions. 444 more words

Part 2: Law Enforcement and No Trespassing Signs in New York State

Obligatory disclaimer: I am not a legal professional.  The information, opinions, and analysis in this post and any others should not be taken as legal advice. 936 more words
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What’s That Smell You Ask? That’s Just My Fourth Amendment Rights

By: Jared Lerner

A sniff is considered a search, according to the Court of Appeals of Maryland.[1]  Maryland’s highest appellate court ruled in favor of Terrance Jamal Grant (“Grant”) when it determined that the sniff search of his vehicle, by a police officer, following a routine traffic stop violated his Fourth Amendment rights. 666 more words

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