Warrant Wiretaps Are Legal, Appeals Court Says

Written by Gary North on August 9, 2012

The Fourth Amendment does not protect terrorists. The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld George W. Bush’s Terrorist Surveillance Program. “This case effectively brings to an end the plaintiffs’ ongoing attempts to hold the executive branch responsible for intercepting telephone conversations without judicial authorization.” Unless the U.S. Supreme Court reverses this, it is likely […]

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California Police Confiscate Guns, Refuse to Return Them

Written by Gary North on May 17, 2012

Two cases in 2011 indicate the state of justice in the state of California. Police in two cities followed the same procedure. Each sent officers to a man’s home. The police confiscated firearms unrelated to the investigation. Then they refused to give back all of the guns. In Oakland, police went to a man’s home […]

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Assault With a Deadly Weapon: Your Index Finger

Written by Gary North on April 2, 2012

Crazy? Not in Virginia. A man in Fredericksburg was arrested for assaulting two police officers. With what? His index finger. He did it twice, the cops say, so he is accused for two counts. He has no previous criminal record. Then the cops threw in intimidation and two counts of obstruction of justice. Police spokesperson […]

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Extradited! The NWO Across Borders

Written by Gary North on March 19, 2012

The New World Order asserts an international jurisdiction. If Nation A has a law against something, and you violate this law on foreign soil, you can be extradited to be tried and convicted there. You will have to pay legal fees there. We tend to ignore this, but it is becoming legal reality. The U.S. […]

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Free Rent for Millions of Americans

Written by Gary North on December 30, 2011

So, you think “a contract is a contract, a deal’s a deal.” Not in housing, it isn’t.  Delinquent borrowers facing foreclosure are learning that they can stay in their homes for years, as long as they’re willing to put up a fight. Among the tactics: Challenging the bank’s actions, waiting to file paperwork right up […]

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