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How “Rule Of Law” Has Been Eviscerated

How “Rule Of Law” Has Been Eviscerated

    By Don Jans It is important we understand the differences between “rule of law” and arbitrary law. The United States was founded on the principle of “rule of law” with the Constitution of the United States being the ultimate law. Under “rule of law”, the law can not be changed simply because somebody […]

Rally to support Trump and Rule of Law

Rally to support Trump and Rule of Law

      By Debra Tash A rally was held Sunday, April 22nd, in front of the Federal Building in Westwood.  Attendees, numbering close to 200 people at its peak, lined the sidewalk and occupied all four corners of the intersection at Wilshire Blvd. and Veteran Ave. The organizers were surprised by the reactions of […]

Commentary: Los Angeles Sheriff’s Civilian Oversight Commission and the Sanctuary State Bill

Commentary: Los Angeles Sheriff’s Civilian Oversight Commission and the Sanctuary State Bill

. By Michael Greer Last month I went to downtown LA for the Sheriff’s Civilian Oversight Commission meeting to support Sheriff McDonnell and his opposition to SB54 (Sanctuary State Bill).  The month before the committee had not said the Pledge of Allegiance because Rabbi Beth Chadashim objected to it as a violation of the separation of […]

Deliberate Anarchy

Deliberate Anarchy

. By Michael Greer Let me ask you, is assault and battery still a crime?  Is damaging property still a crime? How about looting? Setting fires to cars or businesses?  Isn’t the above flyer inciting violence? Isn’t that against the law? And isn’t the job of the police to protect citizens and arrest lawbreakers?  By […]

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: A Brilliant Idea! That’s What We Need, A Brilliant Idea!*

L. Neil Smith’s THE LIBERTARIAN ENTERPRISE: A Brilliant Idea! That’s What We Need, A Brilliant Idea!*

By L. Neil Smith  As our favorite writer and sage Robert A. Heinlein used to say about revolutions, every general election campaign is unique, a mutant, a freak. I have lived through seventeen of them (geez!), and I know. I know a great many individuals who believe that this election is especially critical, a fundamental […]

Boehner Forced To Resign – an Opportunity to Restore Law and Order

Boehner Forced To Resign – an  Opportunity to Restore Law and Order

 By Tony Passaro   Speaker Boehner’s forced resignation comes as a shock to many in the Washington Establishment. However it comes as no surprise to the America conservative activists that have been critical of Mr. Boehner’s speakership all along… To sum up, Boehner will no longer be speaker because he failed to address the rule […]

Huntington Park Appoints Illegal Aliens to City Commission

Huntington Park Appoints Illegal Aliens to City Commission

By Michael Greer Last night was extraordinary in how corrupt our system has become. Driving to Huntington Park through miles of industrial blocks, warehouses, factories, manufacturing complexes you see graffiti on every inch of every overpass and wall, a clear sign of rampant gang activity. Huntington Park is next to Vernon and the City of […]

Rule of Law–What Rule of Law?

Rule of Law–What Rule of Law?

  . By Michael Greer The Supreme Court just demonstrated we no longer have three separate branches of government, nor a Constitutional Rule of Law. We no longer have any checks and balances. There is no separation of the branches. We are now to be ruled by whoever has the power to tell you what […]

The GOP Divide is Serious and Real

The GOP Divide is Serious and Real

Opinion By Stephen Frank This is one time the pundits, generic strategists and activists are all on the same page and with the same view:  Republicans are divided and in trouble.  Issues like abortion and amnesty have so divided the Party, clinic that folks, on both sides of those issues; say if they lose, they […]