In order to recognize the American spirit of loyalty and the sacrifices that so many have made for our Nation, the Congress, by Public Law 85-529 as amended, has designated May 1 of each year as “Loyalty Day.” On this day, let us reaffirm our allegiance to the United States of America, our Constitution, and our founding values.Read more »
Police and D.A. ignore leads, and withhold evidence, sending an innocent man to prison for 25 years.Read more »
when the Sowers earned over $10,000 in February, and learned they’d have to fill out paperwork at the bank for such large deposits, they simply rolled the deposits over to keep them below that amount, rather than waste time on bureaucratic red tape.
Structuring explains Overlawyered.com, is the federal criminal offense of splitting up bank deposits so as to keep them under a threshold such as $10,000 above which banks have to report transactions to the government.
Insider Claims Imminent Mass Arrests of Globalists, Bankers and Political Elite
“In a recent interview with David Wilcock, Insider ‘Drake’ stated a comprehensive plan to arrest all corrupt globalist, banksters and the political elite within a 72 hour period involving the closing down of U.S. borders and satellite communications to prevent any out of country money transfers. Drake…Read more »
When they run out of your money, they will steal your savings ..................Read more »
Judge ordered more than a dozen criminal defendants who were late to court Wednesday morning to enter a guilty plea or spend the night in jail.Read more »
Stupidity at the GSA: It Gets Even Worse
Yesterday I wrote about the incredible stupidity behind the $823,000 Las Vegas conference that has landed the General Services Administration at the center of criticism and hearings on Capitol Hill. It’s clear from the April 2 report filed by the GSA’s Inspector General, Brian Miller, that a culture of abuse had taken hold at the agency, where those planning the conference flouted federal procurement rules, ignored the GSA’s own regulations, and overpaid for everything from a $2,700 room party to $44 breakfasts.Read more »
GSA scandal: Is Congress engaged in hearing overkill?
(CBS News) Congress is holding a pair of hearings today on spending by the General Services Administration (GSA), the federal procurement agency that has come under fire for a 2010 fundraiser that cost taxpayers more than $822,000. Those two hearings follow two other hearings earlier this week into the GSA scandal.Read more »
Why does the government have any say it what is clearly not their business? Consider the whole Rosen debacle where one of Obama’s strategist claims that housewives, stay at home mom’s, have shouldn’t have the right to talk about the economy, and haven’t worked a day in their lives. The fact is Obama and his administration, and those whom he consults should have no say in how anybody, including women, chooses to pursue happiness.Read more »
The doctrine of judicial review, which is nowhere to be found in the Constitution, has done nothing to defend liberty against excesses by government. This unconstitutional power was usurped by the Supreme Court, says Ron Paul. It is federalism and states’ rights that should protect our liberty, not a godlike Supreme Court.Read more »
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