If citizens awaiting trial are truly innocent until they have been proven guilty in court, why does the state have the power to commence their punishment (and cripple their chances of a solid legal defense) from the moment of their indictment?
On Wednesday, National Park Service Director Jonathan Jarvis found himself admitting that President Barack Obama was well aware of the strategy the Park Service was implementing to turn away veterans from open-air memorials as soon as the government shutdown went into effect.
Based on the results of an analysis recently completed by the consulting firm Kantar U.S. Insights, it is no surprise that news reporters throughout the Nation are having such a difficult time locating Americans who have successfully enrolled in Obamacare.
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The Senate is ending the government shutdown. By the time you read this, the Senate will likely have voted on a bill to fund the government through January 15 of next year and to raise the Federal debt limit until February 7. The only GOP “win” in the Senate bill involves new requirements that Obamacare […]
Cpl. Josh Hargis was badly wounded Oct. 6 when an Afghan woman detonated a suicide bomb vest and 13 other explosive devices in Panjwai in Kandahar Province. Four members of Hargis’ 3rd Army Ranger Battalion killed and 12 other American soldiers were wounded in the attack. Hargis was taken to a nearby military hospital where […]
According to this report from the Michigan-based WZZM, a pregnant couple in the State has been forced to sell their car and disconnect their cable because Obamacare is forcing them to pay an extra healthcare deductible in 2014. If not for Obamacare, the couple said that their $5,000 deductible would expire next April, after their […]
This post, written by attorney Hanni Fakhoury, was originally published Oct. 15 on the Electronic Frontier Foundation’s website. Given the recent revelations about just how pervasive the government’s electronic surveillance has been, it’s no surprise these surveillance programs are popping up in criminal cases, as defense attorneys are finding gaps in how the government collected […]
Here is a collection of some of the stories making the Internet rounds this morning. Click the links for the full stories.
In July, the Electronic Privacy Information Center petitioned the Supreme Court to vacate an order requiring communications providers to turn over telephone records to the National Security Agency. The Administration of Barack Obama responded, urging the Court to reject the challenge and to allow the NSA to continue spying on Americans unmolested.