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Posted in Constitution

The Constitution was Made for Covid-19

Penny Young Nance, Editor’s Note: This piece was coauthored by Mario Diaz. The genius of the U.S Constitution is that it was designed to withstand the pressures of crises. It was… Continue Reading The Constitution was Made for Covid-19

Posted in laws

How Can We Have Two Systems of Justice in This Country?

Jerry Newcombe, There should not be two standards of justice in this nation—a slap on the wrist for the politically correct who do wrong, while Gen. Michael Flynn’s whole life has… Continue Reading How Can We Have Two Systems of Justice in This Country?

Posted in Justice

Washington Post Op-Ed: Free the Murderers and Rapists

Daniel Greenfield, You’ve got to give this Washington Post op-ed, “Free violent offenders from prison early, too”, credit for demolishing the “criminal justice reform” myth that it’s just a matter of releasing “non-violent… Continue Reading Washington Post Op-Ed: Free the Murderers and Rapists

Posted in laws

AG Barr Was Right to Step in for Stone’s Excessive Sentencing

Jenna Ellis, The current hysteria surrounding Attorney General William Barr’s decision to intervene in the Roger Stone case and override the Draconian and wholly unjustifiable sentencing recommendation made by prosecutors… Continue Reading AG Barr Was Right to Step in for Stone’s Excessive Sentencing

Posted in Opinion

Julian Assange Must Be Freed, Not Betrayed

John Pilger, JohnPilger.com On Saturday, there will be a march from Australia House in London to Parliament Square, the centre of British democracy. People will carry pictures of the Australian publisher… Continue Reading Julian Assange Must Be Freed, Not Betrayed

Posted in LEFT

The Deep State Wins Again at the DOJ

Jeff Crouere, This week was dominated by the questions regarding the sentencing of political operative Roger Stone. Last January, he was subjected to a pre-dawn raid by federal officials carrying… Continue Reading The Deep State Wins Again at the DOJ

Posted in News

The Deep State v Roger J. Stone, Jr: A Cautionary Tale

Christian Josi, My friend and sometime colleague Roger Stone’s sentencing is set for next week in Washington, D.C., and the circus surrounding it is already in full force. This case,… Continue Reading The Deep State v Roger J. Stone, Jr: A Cautionary Tale

Posted in laws

Michael Flynn attorney claims authorities have committed ‘one atrocity after the other’

There has been “one atrocity after the other” in the case of former U.S. national security adviser Michael Flynn, his defense attorney said Friday during an appearance on Fox News’ “Hannity.”… Continue Reading Michael Flynn attorney claims authorities have committed ‘one atrocity after the other’

Posted in Immigration

Trump Demands Justice for Victims of Sanctuary Cities

Matthew Vadum, It’s time for leftist jailers who free dangerous illegal aliens to pay the price. Crime victims harmed by dangerous illegal aliens should be able to sue the so-called… Continue Reading Trump Demands Justice for Victims of Sanctuary Cities

Posted in Children

Justice Department anti-human trafficking grants prompt whistleblower complaint

A U.S. Justice Department anti-human trafficking grant program is facing internal complaints, after two nonprofits were denied funding in favor of two less established groups whose applications were not recommended… Continue Reading Justice Department anti-human trafficking grants prompt whistleblower complaint