Got to thinking about the hundred mile drive to Medford and the back roads where there is no cell service. Got to thinking about a man who had an appointment to meet a sheriff and was ambushed and murdered. So I opted to do a whole bunch more work and file by certified mail with return receipt.
The Mandamus was constructed from our Bill of Rights and a couple of cites from the Library of Congress. I believe everything is pretty cut and dry. Continue reading
The Unz Review – by Paul Craig Roberts
When the Southern states seceded, they were concerned to do so legally or constitutionally under the Constitution so that the North could not legally claim that it was an act of rebellion and invade the Southern states. To make this case, the South needed to make a case that the North had broken the Constitutional contract and that the South was seceding because the North had not kept to the Constitution. Continue reading
The Jamestown Sun – by Jack Dura
BISMARCK – North Dakota lawmakers of the interim Judiciary Committee have no recommendations for Marsy’s Law after a study brought about last session.
State voters overwhelmingly approved Marsy’s Law as an initiated measure in the 2016 general election, planting crime victim rights in the state Constitution. Continue reading
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Archive: TWFTT 11-14-18
SAN DIEGO — People on the Mexican side of the border could be seen climbing the fence near Border Field State Park Tuesday afternoon after part of the Central American migrant caravan arrived in Tijuana.
Several people scaled the fence and sat on top of it. A few jumped or crawled to openings in the fence onto U.S. soil but quickly ran back as Border Patrol agents approached. Continue reading
The Globe and Mail – by Bill Curry
Canadians strongly oppose Statistics Canada’s plan to obtain personal banking records – and most would not consent to participating, according to a new Nanos Research survey.
The survey suggests the federal government is on the wrong side of public opinion in its defence of the plan, with 74 per cent of respondents either opposing, or somewhat opposing, Statscan accessing those records without permission. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his cabinet repeatedly defended it this month in the House of Commons in response to criticism from opposition MPs. Continue reading
The Woolsey fire that engulfed over 90,000 acres in California last weekend may have spread toxic and radioactive substances from a Superfund site, according to activists who believe authorities might be downplaying the risks.
The fire passed through the Santa Susana Field Lab (SSFL), a federal Superfund site in the Simi Hills that was the site of the worst nuclear meltdown in US history in 1959. While the California Department of Toxic Substances Control said there was no reason to be concerned of “any risks other than those normally present in a wildfire situation,” locals aren’t so sure, pointing out that the agency has dragged its feet in cleaning up toxic sites and accusing it of a possible cover-up. Continue reading
US President Donald Trump has deployed 5,000 military personnel to the US-Mexico border as the migrant caravan comes closer to the southern border; the number of troops could increase to 15,000.
The first group of caravan migrants consisting of more than 350 people, has arrived in the border town of Tijuana, from where they plan to get to the US, the web portal reported. Continue reading
WTKR 3 News
NORFOLK, Va. – In just a few weeks, there have been a series of mass shootings across the United States.
With these high profile cases of gun violence happening in ordinary places like a synagogue, yoga studio and even a bar, some people are wondering if they can do more to protect themselves. Continue reading
Breitbart – by Katherine Rodriguez
An illegal alien accused of killing three people has been a recipient of the Obama-era Deferred Action for Child Arrivals (DACA) program, immigration officials say.
A U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) spokesperson told the Springfield News-Leader that Luis Rodrigo Perez, 23, a Mexican national accused of killing three people in Missouri after jail officials released him on domestic violence charges in New Jersey, was a recipient of the DACA program in 2012 and 2014. Continue reading
Breitbart – by Neil Munro
The lawsuit by pro-migration, pro-caravan groups against President Donald Trump’s border policy will get a hearing on November 19 in a San Francisco courtroom.
The judge is expected to freeze Trump’s pro-American reform and allow the growing number of caravans and asylum-seeking economic migrants to ask for asylum, get released, take jobs and force down average wages for blue-collar Americans. Continue reading
The expo had finally begun, and now hundreds of school administrators streamed into a sprawling, chandeliered ballroom where entrepreneurs awaited, each eager to explain why their product, above all others, was the one worth buying.
Waiters in white button-downs poured glasses of chardonnay and served meatballs wrapped with bacon. In one corner, guests posed with colorful boas and silly hats at a photo booth as a band played Jimmy Buffett covers to the rhythm of a steel drum. For a moment, the festive summer scene, in a hotel 10 miles from Walt Disney World, masked what had brought them all there. Continue reading
WAVERLY, Ohio — Six members of a family who have close business and family ties with the eight members of an Ohio family slain in April 2016 in Pike County have been arrested in connection with those deaths, Ohio’s attorney general said Tuesday.
Child custody — not drugs as widely believed in an area methamphetamine and opioids remain problems — was the primary motive for the killings, Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine said, dismissing the theory that slain Rhoden family members had a soured marijuana business relationship. Continue reading
Breitbart – by Alana Mastrangelo
Fordham University’s Political Science department announced on Thursday that it had voted unanimously to adopt a new policy regarding students’ preferred names and gender pronouns. The policy mandates that professors must use a student’s “preferred” name and pronouns.
The Political Science department joins the university’s Modern Languages and Literature as the second department to adopt the new policy, which allows students to mandate that their professors and other faculty members refer to them by their preferred name and pronouns. Continue reading
Independent – by Eleanor Busby
More than 200 children were placed in isolation booths for a whole school week last year, a new investigation has revealed.
And around 5,000 children with special educational needs last year attended isolation rooms – which are facilities that pupils are sent to when they are removed from a classroom, BBC News found. Continue reading
The Organic Prepper – by Robert Wheeler
With the recent media coverage surrounding China’s alleged re-education camps, many Americans are having a knee-jerk reaction, both pro and con, to the claims by Western MSM outlets regarding the nature of the Chinese police state in Xinjiang.
Is China really operating a network of concentration camps or is it really just arresting terrorists and trying to get a handle on the growing terrorist threat in the province? Is it really providing “vocational” training or is it attempting to push state indoctrination into the minds of an entire ethnic group? Continue reading
How many websites and supposed “investigative voices” are focused on the fact there is no / zero substantive evidence any one actually died, let alone was wounded, at Thousand Oaks Borderline Bar and Grill—that is arguing it was in fact ANOTHER false flag faked hoax?
The answer is far too few given the immensity of potential consequences, that is as relates to the motives for creating this one more of MANY recent false mass shooting hoaxes! Continue reading