In ‘The Swamp,’ Fearless Reps Expose the Corruption on Capitol Hill

In ‘The Swamp,’ Fearless Reps Expose the Corruption on Capitol Hill

— Published with Permission of TheNewAmerican.com — Unlike many other politicians who have promised to take on the establishment and “drain the swamp,” Representative Thomas Massie (R-Ky.) is actually trying to do just that, and is taking some serious flak...
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Supreme Court Upholds Fourth Amendment’s Restriction on Warrantless Searches

Supreme Court Upholds Fourth Amendment’s Restriction on Warrantless Searches

— Published with Permission of TheNewAmerican.com — In a lopsided 8 to 1 decision, the Supreme Court of the United States has restored a section of the barricade to government intrusion originally erected by the Founders in the Fourth Amendment....
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Idaho House Passes Bill Nullifying NDAA Indefinite Detention Provisions

Idaho House Passes Bill Nullifying NDAA Indefinite Detention Provisions

— Published with Permission of TheNewAmerican.com — In a heavily one-sided vote, the Idaho state House of Representatives passed a bill outlawing the execution of a federal law that purports to grant the president power to indefinitely detain Americans he....
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UN Pushes Plan to Force Americans to Pay Reparations for Slavery

UN Pushes Plan to Force Americans to Pay Reparations for Slavery

— Published with permission from The New American.com — In a recent report, the United Nations criticized the United States for making “no real commitment to reparations and to truth and reconciliation for people of African descent” and laid out plans...
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U.S. Lawmakers Call Out State Dept. Backdoor to Gun Control

U.S. Lawmakers Call Out State Dept. Backdoor to Gun Control

— Published with permission from The New American.com — Two dozen U.S. senators and over 100 U.S. representatives are standing between the State Department and a backdoor to a federal gun grab, signing their names to to letters addressed to Secretary...
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DHS Considers Taking Over Elections in Name of Security

DHS Considers Taking Over Elections in Name of Security

— Published with permission from The New American.com — “The elective franchise, if guarded as the ark of our safety, will peaceably dissipate all combinations to subvert a Constitution, dictated by the wisdom, and resting on the will of the people....
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JBS Opposition to Con-Con Blamed for Abortions, National Debt

JBS Opposition to Con-Con Blamed for Abortions, National Debt

In a sign that the pro-con-con claque is losing the battle to “fix” the Constitution, one of its leaders has sunk to deplorable depths of blaming The John Birch Society and Eagle Forum for the national debt and the death...
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Constitution: Outdated and Overstretched?

Constitution: Outdated and Overstretched?

Reprinted with Permission of The New American.com On December 20, The Atlantic asked if the Constitution was up to the challenge of governing “America’s sprawling empire.” “The U.S. Supreme Court struggles to stretch a Constitution writ...
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Tennessee to Consider Nullifying Executive Orders and Supreme Court Decisions

Tennessee to Consider Nullifying Executive Orders and Supreme Court Decisions

— Reprinted with Permission of TheNewAmerican.com — Where shall I make complaint, Fathers of the Senate, that our country is being rent asunder and is the victim of all the most reckless of men; to whom shall I appeal? Shall I turn to...
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Amash, Massie Warn of Secret Surveillance Provision in Spending Package

Amash, Massie Warn of Secret Surveillance Provision in Spending Package

The conspiracy of Republican and Democrat congressional leaders to hide a massive surveillance bill inside the $1.1-trillion spending package passed last week has drawn the criticism of a couple of constitutionally consistent congressmen. Representatives Justi...
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Tennessee, South Carolina Could ‘Green Light’ Weaponized Police Drones

Tennessee, South Carolina Could ‘Green Light’ Weaponized Police Drones

If a pair of bills are passed by lawmakers in South Carolina and Tennessee, law-enforcement agencies in those states could get a green light for weaponizing drones. The Tennessee measure — HB 1456 — is sponsored by state Representative David...
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Strong Cities Network: Trilateral, CFR, Rothschild Connections

Strong Cities Network: Trilateral, CFR, Rothschild Connections

As I reported on October 6, the Strong Cities Network (SCN) is a program hatched by the Department of Justice wherein control of local law enforcement is handed over to a London-based think-tank called the Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD).
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