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Water as property and habitat under the Takings Clause

Water as property and habitat under the Takings Clause

That is the question I will be answering tomorrow morning, along with a distinguished panel, in our special session on Water Rights and Regulatory Takings at the 2014 Annual Water Resources Conference, sponsored by the American Water Resources Association.  I will be focusing on the interaction of the Endangered Species Act’s treatment of water as habitat […]

Oxnard’s Assistant Police Chief Will Testify at Jaywalking Hearing Against Todo Poder Activist

Oxnard’s Assistant Police Chief Will Testify at Jaywalking Hearing Against Todo Poder Activist

By Raul Hernandez—American Justice Notebook A high ranking Oxnard police officer will testify at the hearing of a Francisco Romero, a community activist who claims that he was given five jaywalking tickets because he is a vocal critic of  the recent deaths of residents who were either fatally shot by Oxnard officers or died while in […]

Bombshell: Ebola virus never isolated from a human?

Bombshell: Ebola virus never isolated from a human?

          Scientist finds no reliable evidence Ebola virus ever isolated from a human being By Jon Rappoport I recently had an exchange of emails with David Rasnick, PhD. You can read Rasnick’s bio at his site, davidrasnick.com. He obtained his PhD from the Georgia Institute of Technology, and spent 25 years […]

Chip Bok: Panic Attack—Help us keep the Chip on board!

Chip Bok: Panic Attack—Help us keep the Chip on board!

Redefine Success

Redefine Success

They play marbles in the dirt and I can hear their laughter from up the street—an entire family, cost together. He cuts me off and somehow we end up at the same store. He gets out of his car and walks over to mine. “I’m sorry I cut you off back there, I wasn’t paying […]

Politically Incorrect Zone: Fast Train to Nowhere

Politically Incorrect Zone: Fast Train to Nowhere

Even Cellular providers spy on their clients

Even Cellular providers spy on their clients

Family Claims to Have Been Tricked into Buying House Full of Poisonous Spiders

Family Claims to Have Been Tricked into Buying House Full of Poisonous Spiders

By Jennifer Felten “It was shortly after we moved in they started bleeding out of the walls,” recalls Brian Trost, the father of a family whose dream home turned into a nightmare. The “they” he is referring to are brown recluse spiders, a type of spider that is considered highly dangerous as their venom can […]

Voting: A Sacred Civil Right?

Voting: A Sacred Civil Right?

by Marshall Foster . Where did the concept of elections and of a people voting for their civil leaders first appear in history?  It did not originate with Nimrod, the tyrant of Babylon.  It did not originate with the Pharaohs, who created a nation of slaves to build their tombs.  The concept that rulers should […]

Politically Incorrect Zone: The “dirty industries”- gambling, prostitution, porn, …. political advertising

Politically Incorrect Zone: The “dirty industries”- gambling, prostitution, porn, …. political advertising

By Kevin Harris Have you seen any good political candidate’s TV commercials lately? The word “good” makes that question comical, doesn’t it? I wonder if even a single person’s vote is truly influenced by those corny, offensive spots that are written for the bottom of the barrel, lowest common denominator among us. But yet, during […]