The United States once had the finest monetary system in history. It was a system that the U.S. Constitution established. It was a system in which the official money of the United States consisted of gold coins and silver coins.
What is the difference between Excess Proceeds and simple Municipal Theft?
Can a town foreclose on a property worth multiple times the debt owed and simply keep the proceeds?
How many constitutionally protected rights does such "excess proceeds
It seems that no matter what they do, our Lords of Misrule never have to deal with any consequences and we're supposed to grin and bear it.
Well, some of us aren't grinning and we wonder why we have to bear it.
I have never advocated the use of force to overthrow a government, even this one, which is neither legitimate nor Constitutional. I have nothing but contempt for most Legislators and "officials", as they have sold out The People and destroyed our
How did thirteen separate colonies become the United States of America? The answer is found in the second half of the American Constitution--Articles IV through VII. Kurt Lash, Professor of Law at the University of Richmond, explains.
During the course of an FBI written response to a Freedom of Information Act request asking about the trade names and suppliers of surveillance software the FBI had purchased, and in a legal brief submitted to a federal judge, the government has yet
Section 1: The right of citizens of the United States, who are eighteen years of age or older, to be given the whole truth in regard to their dealings and interactions with the Government and agents thereof, and entities regulated by and/or granted i
Did you know that freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and the right to bear arms were not in the original Constitution, drafted in Philadelphia in the summer of 1787? So where did they come from? Sherif Girgis, associate professor of law at the U
A judge recently ruled that a former Virginia Tech women's soccer player can continue a lawsuit against her former coach after she was allegedly benched and pressured to leave the team for declining to kneel during a pregame social justice demons
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The Supreme Court is hearing arguments in a case brought by a Colorado website designer who publicly opposes catering to same-sex marriages. Is the issue group rights, property rights, or freedom of speech vs. compelled speech?
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