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Home Bible Study: $12,000 and 60 Days in Prison

Written by Gary North on July 10, 2012

The petty tyrants love to show how powerful they are. They beat up on little people. Bullies always do. Here is a story. In Phoenix, a man has been sentenced to 60 days in jail, plus a fine of over $12,000. His “crime”? He held Bible studies in his home. Every week, 15 to 20 people […]

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Obamacare Has Literally Replaced the Constitution

Written by Gary North on June 22, 2012

The textbook account of how laws are made is for children. It presents the procedure as if it were governed by the Constitution. This is silly. That went out with high-button shoes. The legal system that prevails today is administrative law: rule by government bureaucracies that cannot be fired. The story of how this legal […]

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Nevada Photographer Roughed Up by Sheriff’s Deputies

Written by Gary North on June 22, 2012

Law-enforcement agencies need reminders from time to time that voters are in charge. Elected sheriffs are not. The first step in reclaiming the United States is to elect a sheriff who knows the good guys from the bad guys. He must also be smart enough to understand this rule: don’t beat up employees of the […]

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Judge Rules Against Obama-Pelosi-Boehner-McConnell

Written by Gary North on June 11, 2012

A New York judge has ruled against the government on the issue of indefinite detention under the infamous National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA). She said that it violates Constitutional liberties: First Amendment and Fifth Amendment A group of journalists sued the bipartisan political leaders who ramrodded this law through Congress. They said that the law […]

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No More Anonymity for Blog Posts in New York State

Written by Gary North on May 24, 2012

There is a group of legislators in the state of New York who have introduced a bill to ban “baseless political attacks” on the Internet. If the bill is signed into law, blogs operated in the state of New York will be required to “remove any comments posted on his or her website by an […]

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