Judicial System 10 articles

Supreme Court May End “Nationwide Injunctions”

Vice President Mike Pence announced on Wednesday in Washington at a Federalist Society conference, that the Trump Administration is seeking an appropriate case in which to ask the Supreme Court to end nationwide injunctions — usually imposed by “activist judges” similar to those found on the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, in which the Supreme […]

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Julian Assange Arrested By UK Police, Part 1

This is Part 1 of a two-part article on the shocking and disturbing arrest of Julian Assange, founder of classified information publisher Wikileaks. You Might Like On April 11, 2019, another nail was hammered in the coffin of free speech when the government of Ecuador betrayed Australian activist and Wikileaks founder Julian Assange, revoking his […]

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Nunes Sends 8 Criminal Referrals, While Filing a $150M Lawsuit

Devin Nunes, the ranking member on the House Intelligence Committee, is an extremely busy man. He recently told Fox host Maria Bartiromo of “Sunday Morning Future’s, that he is sending 8-criminal referrals to the Department of Justice this week, concerning the alleged malfeasants regarding the Russian collusion hoax. The referrals specifically highlight the leaks of […]

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Trump Promises To Declassify FISA Warrants

For months, Trump supporters have been tweeting, discussing and wondering why the FISA warrants — the genesis of the Russian collusion hoax — hadn’t been declassified and released to the public. You Might Like However, on Wednesday night the long anticipated wait was over. President Trump “appearing” on Sean Hannity’s Fox News program via a […]

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Should Trump Demand Retribution?

The Mueller probe took 675 days, a staff of over 15-high powered attorneys and cost almost 30-million dollars. During the process, officials handed out some 2,800 subpoenas and interviewed over 500 individuals just to find out what most critical thinking individuals already knew all along — no wonder the President had referenced the investigation countless […]

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