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Gun Control is People Control

Gun Control is People Control

By George Miller   People have the natural right to defend themselves from predators, foreign and domestic, private and public. That is why the Second Amendment was written, by people far wiser than most of us, whose mettle was tested far more. Contrary to some opinions, this protection is not out of date. We keep […]

G&A ACTION ALERT – Legislation on the Governor’s Desk

G&A ACTION ALERT – Legislation on the Governor’s Desk

ACTION ALERT! We urgently need your help! The below three bills are currently on the Governor’s desk.  He has only until October 15th  to act on these bills. Please immediately call or write the Governor on the below bills!    Governor Jerry Brown State Capitol Building Sacramento, CA 95814 (916) 445-2841 (916) 558-3160 FAX  AB […]

Thanks to patent, automaker’s fingers always in your wallet

Thanks to patent, automaker’s fingers always in your wallet

By Bob Unruh The U.S. Supreme Court recently ruled on behalf of consumers in a lawsuit by Lexmark International, the maker of computer printer ink cartridges. The company wanted to control what happens to its cartridges after they’re sold, seeking to prevent anyone from refilling them instead of buying a new one. The high court rejected the claim, which […]

The covert op to neuter The Rebel

The covert op to neuter The Rebel

(To read about Jon’s mega-collection, Exit From The Matrix, click here.) By Jon Rappoport If you want to track a civilization as it collapses, watch what happens to the concept of the rebel. From the 1960s onward—starting with Lee Oswald and the assassination of JFK—the whole idea of “the rebel” with power has been sequentially […]

A Plea for Sheltered Workshops — Give The Disabled A Chance to Win

A Plea for Sheltered Workshops — Give The Disabled A Chance to Win

By Naomi Fisher Throughout our lives we have been told, “Whether you win or lose, the most important thing is that you tried your best,” or “There can be only one winner, but it’s important you tried your best,” or how about the Special Olympics motto for handicapped, “If I cannot win, let me be […]

The Trouble With Politics

The Trouble With Politics

By Llewellyn H. Rockwell, Jr.  November 8, 2016 Editor’s note: Here’s at least one view of politics and its potential impact on all aspects of society and your life. It is very different from the contemporary Republican-Democrat stuff, delving into the very nature of politics and what it should be doing for us.    Politics […]

Sheltered Workshop Closures — A Follow-up

Sheltered Workshop Closures — A Follow-up

Interpretation vs. Rewriting — The Constitution and Absolute Rights

Interpretation vs. Rewriting — The Constitution and Absolute Rights

By Richard A.Nixon, Esq There are those who argue that each Justice of the Supreme Court may, indeed is required to, consider their own subjective values in interpreting the U.S. Constitution. The argument begins by suggesting that the Constitution was intentionally written in broad, open-ended language and that the Court has interpreted this to mean that the […]

Governmentally Discriminated Against — Workshops for the Disabled Slated to Close

Governmentally Discriminated Against — Workshops for the Disabled Slated to Close

By N. Fisher Last year the Department of Education entered this statement into the Federal Register: “People with disabilities represent a vital and integral part of our society, and we are committed to ensuring that individuals with disabilities have opportunities to compete for and enjoy high quality employment…” (80 FR 21059, April 2015) Why then […]

Transgenders’ Rights

Transgenders’ Rights

   

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