Ron Paul Rewind: The Constitution and Its Rejection By The US Government

Authored by Adam Dick via The Ron Paul Institute for Peace & Prosperity-

The United States Constitution was ratified 230 years ago this week as the foundational law of the US government, when on June 21, 1788 New Hampshire became the ninth state to ratify the document. In the year 2000, then-United States House of Representatives Member Ron Paul (R-TX) delivered a speech on the House floor titled “A Republic, If You Can Keep It” in which he discussed in detail his thoughts on the Constitution, the individual rights he viewed the document as seeking to protect, and the great … Read more

Sarah Sanders, Red Hen, and Social Engineering by the State

This will be seriously politically incorrect.

The management at Red Hen, the Virginia restaurant that booted Trump press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, has all the right in the world to deny service to any person it does not want patronizing its business. 

It is illegal in many states to this, especially based in skin color, religion, sexual orientation, disability, etc. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 makes it so. 

Three jurisdictions forbid discrimination based on political affiliation—Washington DC, Seattle, and the Virgin Islands. 

According to the Law & Crime website, if “establishments in D.C. take a cue from [Red Hen], … Read more

This will be seriously politically incorrect.

The management at Red Hen, the Virginia restaurant that booted Trump press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders, has all the right in the world to deny service to any person it does not want patronizing its business. 

It is illegal in many states to this, especially based in skin color, religion, sexual orientation, disability, etc. The Civil Rights Act of 1964 makes it so. 

Three jurisdictions forbid discrimination based on political affiliation—Washington DC, Seattle, and the Virgin Islands. 

According to the Law & Crime website, if “establishments in D.C. take a cue from [Red Hen], … Read more

No, I Will Not Sue the SPLC for Defamation of Character 

In 2012, I was described by the Southern Poverty Law Center to be “among the biggest spinners of conspiracy theories in the United States.” 

So, what conspiracy theory did the SPLC call me out on? It’s a bit of forgotten and ignored history. The FBI infiltrated and controlled the Ku Klux Klan in the 1960s. 

It is the SPLC’s job to conflate alternative news—that is to say news not covered by the establishment media—with hatred and bigotry. It has worked with the Department of Homeland Security and law enforcement to push its agenda. The rotted cherry on its putrid pile … Read more

In 2012, I was described by the Southern Poverty Law Center to be “among the biggest spinners of conspiracy theories in the United States.” 

So, what conspiracy theory did the SPLC call me out on? It’s a bit of forgotten and ignored history. The FBI infiltrated and controlled the Ku Klux Klan in the 1960s. 

It is the SPLC’s job to conflate alternative news—that is to say news not covered by the establishment media—with hatred and bigotry. It has worked with the Department of Homeland Security and law enforcement to push its agenda. The rotted cherry on its putrid pile … Read more

France Debates Ministry of Truth Law

The French state is debating if it should impose a draconian censorship law ahead of European parliamentary polls next year. The demand to regulate the speech of the French people came directly from President Emmanuel Macron. 

It’s personal for Macron. During the 2017 election campaign, he was miffed by online rumors that he is gay and has an offshore bank account in the Bahamas. 

The proposed law would allow the state to immediately halt publication of news it deems fake. It demands the social media giants implement procedures allowing users to flag what they decide is fake news and information. … Read more

The French state is debating if it should impose a draconian censorship law ahead of European parliamentary polls next year. The demand to regulate the speech of the French people came directly from President Emmanuel Macron. 

It’s personal for Macron. During the 2017 election campaign, he was miffed by online rumors that he is gay and has an offshore bank account in the Bahamas. 

The proposed law would allow the state to immediately halt publication of news it deems fake. It demands the social media giants implement procedures allowing users to flag what they decide is fake news and information. … Read more