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The Long History of Parents’ Rights

November 12, 2021 0

The Long History of Parents’ Rights By: Joseph Griffith In a Virginia gubernatorial debate on September 28th, Democratic candidate Terry McAuliffe declared that parents should not “be telling schools what they should teach.” “Listen,” he […]

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States, FTC taking legal action against Social Media

December 10, 2020 0

States, FTC suing Facebook over alleged antitrust violations FTC suit alleges Facebook has engaged in “systematic strategy” to eliminate competition By Joseph Weber Dozens of states and federal antitrust authorities filed antitrust lawsuits Wednesday claiming Facebook […]

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Attorney General Bill Barr Wins Helen Keller Award

December 5, 2020 0

Attorney General Bill Barr Wins Helen Keller Award Hell, even Helen Keller could see the widespread fraud that infects this entire Presidential election by Larry C Johnson Congrats to Bill Barr. He is the runaway […]

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On the Stone Sentencing …

February 16, 2020 0

On the Stone Sentencing [Updated] By: Michael Ramsey With all the uproar over the Roger Stone sentencing episode, including supposed presidential bullying of the Attorney General and the Attorney General’s supposed interference in the prosecution, it […]

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The Law … vs … The Color of Law

January 14, 2019 2

The Law … vs … The Color of Law By TLB Contributing Writer: Dan Asmussen. “Color” means “An appearance, semblance, or simulacrum, as distinguished from that which is real. A prima facia or apparent right. […]

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