Judicial System 10 articles

Kavanaugh’s Mom Presided Over Accuser’s Parents Foreclosure Hearing

A still-developing story may reveal a festering 22-year old grudge was behind the sensational (impossible to confirm) allegations of sexual misconduct by Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh. You Might Like The claim of a 35-year old sexual assault charge made by professor Christine Ford Blasey against Kavanaugh may actually have its roots in 1996, rather […]

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The Latest Victim Of Illegal Immigration

After almost a month of witnessing the daily emotional pleadings of a father for his daughter’s safe return, Mollie Tibbetts was finally found — buried haphazardly under a pile of cornstalks in a remote cornfield. The man arrested for the murder of the 20-year old University of Iowa student is Cristhian Rivera (a Mexican immigrant) […]

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Defiant Strzok Grilled by Partisan Lawmakers

Yesterday was an erupt awakening for many of us… We got to witness what most Americans have long suspected (and feared), that our political system is badly broken, divided and perhaps unsalvageable. The discourteous, disrespectful, derogatory and ill-mannered discourse between legislators was simply stunning and offensive to many of us watching at home. You Might […]

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Bad Cops Caught on Video

Police officers walk the thin blue line between social order and anarchy. Social order is commonly known as “obeying the law.” A richer definition comes from the American Journal of Sociology which describes social order not as some inevitable, distant, cosmic force, but as “historically developed ideas, beliefs, and patterns of conduct and of feeling […]

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Desperate Dems Trample US Constitution

The Democrats are desperate to win this year’s mid-term elections – so desperate that one federal judge ruled on Monday, June 18, 2018, to strike down a Kansas law requiring documents that prove U.S. citizenship to register to vote. U.S. District Judge Julie Robinson in Kansas City found that such laws violate the constitutional right […]

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