Category Archives: Law

The 2nd Amendment: “…Shall Not Be Infringed.”

The 2nd Amendment has been a big topic of discussion, recently -so much so that you’re probably sick of hearing about it, at this point. But, this is an important subject to follow because there’s a lot at stake(sample for this is gambling, it’s a 50-50 decision that leads to you winning or blackjack losses, […]

Loans and scholarships

A personal loan might have a better interest rate than a federal student loan. There are many different types of student loans, but most will have a fixed interest rate and the federal government will not reduce that interest rate, unless you make more money than the minimum payment you can get proof of using […]

Brandon Raub’s Arrest and his Health

By Zach Mealer If you haven’t heard of Brandon Raub, it wouldn’t surprise me very much at all -so far his case has largely been reported by alternative media sources, so if you’re mildly actively in the world of social media, you’ve probably heard/seen something about this. This case strikes a certain cord with the […]

“Sting Operation” or Entrapment?

By Zach Mealer CBS News reported this morning that the FBI arrested 5 men (alleged “anarchists”) charged with conspiracy to use explosive materials to destroy a public facility (a bridge) in Ohio earlier this week. The arrest was the result of a month-long sting operation that began when one of the defendants was approached by […]

Fascism in America

While everyone was distracted, arguing over the loss of Trayvon Martin, President Obama was selling our country to the devil –big government. The collusion of business and government has finally been codified in the United States, and fascism is officially upon us; not full-fledged fascism, but a confusing mess of political and business interests that […]

NDAA Allows Detention of US Citizens?

Many Americans are still unfamiliar with the controversy over this year’s National Defense Authorization Act, and even fewer actually understand what the NDAA actually is. Every year, Congress must set certain limitations on the behavior and authority of the military. This year, some of the provisions in the bill were fairly vague in their definition […]