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When I was a kid, beginning to learn what it is to be an American, I found a hero in George Mason, a leading Virginia delegate to the 1787 Constitutional Convention. Mason refused to sign on to the Constitution that was passed by the convention. Why?

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The Agitator

Last week the U.S. Supreme Court found another exception to the Constitution’s prohibition on double jeopardy. I don’t agree with the Court’s decision, but that’s not really even the most objectionable part of this case.

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Tisha Casida

There is an advertisement on Politico that says “Wish Michelle (Obama) a Happy Mother’s Day and ‘Sign the Card’,”(of course, all of this information goes into a database where they categorize you and start to tailor-make ads to appeal to your oh-so-m

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A federal district judge today, the newly-appointed Katherine Forrest of the Southern District of New York, issued an amazing ruling

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The next time Julian P. Heicklen an 80-year-old retired chemistry professor demonstrates for the jury Nullification Rights outside the federal courthouse in Manhattan, he may make it home without being locked up by Thugs in Blue. A federal judge

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The House will re-ignite a debate this week that last year sparked public outrage and a White House veto threat: Can terror suspects on U.S. soil be detained indefinitely?

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The Agitator

In anticipation [of May Day protests], the FBI and NYPD raided the homes of protesters. “There were a number of visits in the morning and at other points in the day that targeted Occupy protesters,


Mothballed for a decade, the Joliet Correctional Center could be temporarily reopened to serve as a detention facility for those arrested for serious offenses during the May 20-21 NATO summit.

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New York Times

Because Mr. Mehanna’s conviction was based largely on things he said, wrote and translated. Yet that speech was not prosecuted according to incitement to “imminent lawless action” but intent to support a foreign terrorist organization.

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A federal judge threw out charges Thursday against a man who urged jurors in multiple East Coast cities from Florida to New Hampshire to sometimes disregard the law and vote their conscience. U.S. District Judge Kimba Wood in Manhattan tossed the

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