Category Archives: Justice

They Have Betrayed the Constitution – Overwhelming Evidence of FBI Corruption

The American people, regardless of political affiliation, should be bellowing a primal scream of outrage in light of the new evidence–overwhelming evidence at that–of the FBI’s corruption. If you have not read John Solomon’s latest revelations about the contents of … Continue reading

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Cuomo should be recalled, and then prosecuted …

"Unlike California, which is petitioning to recall Democrat Gov. Gavin Newsom for his coronavirus lockdowns and mismanagement, New York does not have a recall procedure. Pataki once sought a New York amendment for just that in 2002, but then Democrat … Continue reading

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News Updates From Inside The Forbidden City

The heeling is heading our way. Over the last few days I took a little time off from the 'net. Caught a re-run of Rumpole of the Bailey. "The Golden Thread" that runs through English common law. Good stuff, not … Continue reading

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Mostly Peaceful Protests in D.C.

Commentary by Fred. The nation's capital witnessed a massive and mostly peaceful protest today. During this mostly peaceful event tens of thousands of law abiding concerned citizens gathered to discuss their greviences, to air them before the press and government … Continue reading

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Trump signs the pork-laden spending and covid-19 bill. Maybe a vote to come on more money and section 230.

By Robert Willmann President Trump has signed the estimated $2.3 trillion Consolidated Appropriations Act, 2021.  Its 5,593 double-spaced pages are stuffed with pork to grease domestic and foreign hands in order to get it passed for the piddling $600 for … Continue reading

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The Bidonians at play.

"Another Biden walks free. Joe Biden’s niece Caroline Biden pleaded guilty to DUI on Dec. 3 — and was sentenced to 20 days to six months of "confinement," Pennsylvania court records said. But the small print shows Biden, 33, won’t see a day behind … Continue reading

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Electoral College members meet in the states

By Robert Willmann Congress set a date for presidential electors to meet as "the first Monday after the second Wednesday in December next following their appointment at such place in each State as the legislature of such State shall direct", … Continue reading

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“House Conservatives Urge President Trump To Name A Special Counsel To Investigate Election Fraud” OAN

"Rep. Lance Gooden (R-Texas) is leading an effort with nearly three dozen House GOP lawmakers, urging President Trump to name a special counsel to investigate election fraud. The lawmakers noted they believe the Justice Department isn’t taking the allegations seriously."  … Continue reading

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The U.S. Supreme Court looks the other way, ignores illegality, and denies leave to file the Texas election lawsuit

By Robert Willmann Kneeling down before documented voting fraud and conduct violating the U.S. Constitution's requirement that state legislatures alone create election laws and rules, the U.S. Supreme Court denied Texas "leave to file" its election lawsuit against electoral behavior … Continue reading

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Texas sues 4 states in the U.S. Supreme Court for election law changes and voting misconduct

By Robert Willmann After 25 years of not being itself (with a few exceptions), that began with George W. Bush as governor in 1995, Texas has gone back to its roots and is standing up independently by filing a lawsuit … Continue reading

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