Archive For The “Judicial Tyranny” Category

Lawyers says appeal of Caddo Confederate monument removal is coming

Lawyers says appeal of Caddo Confederate monument removal is coming

Shreveport Times – The nonprofit that erected the Confederate monument at the Caddo courthouse is seeking donations to appeal a federal judge’s ruling that parish government can remove the monument. Dick Knadler, attorney for the Shreveport chapter of the United Daughters of the Confederacy, told the Associated Press Thursday that the nonprofit would appeal the ruling in the 5th…

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Judge says the Caddo Confederate monument can be moved

Judge says the Caddo Confederate monument can be moved

Shreveport Times – A federal judge on Wednesday dismissed the lawsuit filed by the nonprofit organization to stop the removal of the Caddo Parish Confederate monument from courthouse grounds in Shreveport. U.S. District Judge Robert G. James granted a parish commission request for a summary judgment to dismiss claims made by the United Daughters of…

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It’s Not About Baking The Cake…

It’s Not About Baking The Cake…

It’s About Property Rights The Liberty Conservative – A big headliner in the news lately is the Supreme Court Case, Masterpiece Cakeshop v. Colorado Civil Rights Commission. This case originated when Christian bakers refused to bake a cake for a gay wedding. Since then, leftists have seized the opportunity to label the bakers as “homophobes” or “discriminating”…

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Do We Live In A Totalitarian State?

Do We Live In A Totalitarian State?

Amerika – Democracy instructs us that we have “freedom,” “liberty,” and “equality,” but all of these seem to be modified definitions. Freedom is subject to forced association, liberty to serving in the jobs of the workers’ state, and equality means that the higher subsidize the lower so that the illusion of cooperation is achieved. This…

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Fed Gov’t Just Admitted It Will Continue Warrantless Spying—Even If Congress Votes to Stop It

Fed Gov’t Just Admitted It Will Continue Warrantless Spying—Even If Congress Votes to Stop It

Rachel Blevins, Activist Post – As the United States Congress runs out of time to vote on a bill that would reauthorize one of the government’s most egregious warrantless spying programs, officials are claiming that those programs won’t end anytime soon—even if they are not reauthorized by the end of the year. The USA Liberty…

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Law for One People

Law for One People

American Renaissance – How we lost it and how we can get it back. Over the past few weeks, Gregory Hood has made powerful arguments, at AmRen and Altright.com, about the demise of the rule of law in 21st century America. He touches on three principal themes: (1) “critical race theory” (i.e., the left-wing idea developed in American law…

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Independence Hypocrisy

Independence Hypocrisy

Walter Williams – Officials in Catalonia, Spain’s richest and most highly industrialized region, whose capital is Barcelona, recently held a referendum in which there was a 92 percent vote in favor of independence from Spain. The Spanish authorities opposed the referendum and claimed that independence is illegal. Catalans are not the only Europeans seeking independence….

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