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Covington grand jury indicts man on over 150 counts of child pornography, rape

COVINGTON, La. – A grand jury has indicted a Covington man on over 150 counts of child pornography and first degree rape, among other charges. 85 more words

Local

Mueller v. Trump: Ain't Life Grand?

We’re all potentially at risk. Massachusetts attorney Harvey A. Silverglate’s Three Felonies a Day: How the Feds Target the Innocent explains that any or all of us are juicy, vulnerable targets for federal law enforcers should we happen to come to their attention (Trump has come to their attention).

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IMPEACHMENT? MUELLER'S GRAND JURY MAY BE FOR TRUMP'S IMPEACHMENT, NOT INDICTMENT

Is Robert Mueller’s impaneling of a new grand jury in Washington step one in the impeachment of President Donald Trump?

  •  No indictable crime is required to trigger impeachment proceedings…
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POLITICS

The Latest Anti-Trump Weapon: Accusing Their Critics of "Racism"

Alan Dershowitz is a staunch liberal. He is very principled in his approach and I respect that greatly. Recently he has been accused of racism, by the left, for comments he made about Grand Jury in the Russian investigation. 123 more words

Culture

禍不單行:WH Paralyzed, Trump terrified

A completely paralyzed White House:

1.WH Chief of Staff Reince Priebus sacked.

2. US AG Sessions publically huminiated by Trump.

3. Obamacare repeal failed at U.S. 269 more words

Congress

Turley: Rosenstein should 'recuse himself' from Russia investigation

(National SentinelRussia probe: Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein should recuse himself from any Russia-related probe undertaken by the Justice Department and the special counsel he appointed, because he is now playing the dual role of head of the probe and witness, argues noted constitutional expert and law professor Jonathan Turley. 452 more words

Executive Branch

TRUMP CAN SEE THE “LIGHT AT THE END OF THE TUNNEL”

It is clear that Trump hates being the president. He doesn’t know how and doesn’t want to learn how to do his job. The only things he likes about it are the freedom to golf whenever he wants to, the ability to watch cable news incessantly, and spending taxpayer dollars to hold rallies in the states he won. 392 more words