For the most part, the people have no real input into their governance anymore. Between Big Media, Big Business, and vote fraud, even honest and fair elections may be a thing of the past
A very good simple explanation on the "how". We'll have to wait for the "why" in part two.
The growing public corruption scandal closing in on Gilbert Mayor Steve Berman and Town Council members in Gilbert. (exactly this sort of stuff has been going on for decades here in Arizona,... this is a perfect example of it)
This former Maricopa County Assessor was targeted by the political machine here in Arizona. Found innocent after a lengthy trial, he is still targeted by those that use media and influence to get their way. I'm close to doing my own "investi
When father objected to them walk into the bedroom shared with four young siblings, he claimed they threatened to arrest him as well. By the time Dean was led away, the other youngsters were all "scared and crying", their father said.
Discover the story behind Bill and Hillary Clinton and the Mena (Arkansas) cocaine smuggling operation they ran while Bill was governor of Arkansas
Sometimes bad dreams do come true.
A short video of the lies that were used to send our country to an unconstitutional WAR. What are you going to do about it? I'll tell you what I will do NEVER QUIT! Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed citizens can change the
Informative video of exactly how the BORG operates. The Government steals the money first from you and borrows from the Bank at the same time, to give it to their Business buddies in the Military - Industrial complex ( who are the Neo - CONs) to fig
A Gilbert cop accused of racial profiling and misconduct violated multiple department policies... let him know how you feel: email@example.com
A former Atlanta police officer pleaded guilty Thursday to extortion charges that were uncovered in the ongoing federal investigation of the fatal shooting of an elderly woman during a botched drug raid in 2006.
Lawyers for investment funds and pension plans, including the University of California's pension plan, had sued Merrill Lynch and the other bankers, seeking to recover more than $30 billion that was lost when Enron folded in 2001.
The clear intent of the town was to silence political opposition, Bolick said. Should the town keep after the blogger, Bolick said he is prepared to take legal action against Oro Valley on Segal's behalf.
When the top federal prosecutor in New Jersey needed to find an outside lawyer to monitor a large corporation willing to settle criminal charges out of court last fall, he turned to former Attorney General John Ashcroft, his onetime boss.
Her phone had been ringing off the hook since the Times story hit. From reporters around the globe, she said. As to America: "Not a single mainstream media channel, not even a newspaper."
Attorneys for Jose Rodriguez told Congress the former CIA official won't testify about the destruction of CIA videotapes without a promise of immunity.
The acting Killian police chief allegedly traded firearms for narcotic pain pills with undercover agents to help his wife, according to an affidavit filed in U.S. District Court in Baton Rouge on Thursday.
A look at the ten most read stories on The Newspaper in 2007.
"Not mentioned in the article linked above is the fact that David Albo is a partner in one of the largest law firms in the D.C. area that specializes in people facing steep traffic penalties."
Judicial Watch, the public interest group that investigates and prosecutes government corruption, today released its 2007 list of Washington's "Ten Most Wanted Corrupt Politicians." The list, in alphabetical order, includes:
Is it possible that the move against pseudoephedrine and in favor of useless phenylephrine was really a form of protectionism in disguise? That it was really about rewarding a well-connected company at the expense of competition?
The FBI says Ricks has to prove he earned the money legitimately in order to get it back. Of course, he doesn’t have dated receipts going back 30+ years. And he can’t hire a lawyer—the government has his money.
By slicing the amount of warning time available to motorists from 3.6 seconds to 3.0 seconds for several months, the intersection of Glenview Drive and Booth Calloway Road generated an estimated $300,000 in extra photo ticket revenue.
[see http://www.breitbart.com/article.php?id=D8TLB7JO1&show_article=1] John McCain has been waging a ferocious behind the scenes battle with the NEW YORK TIMES, and has hired DC power lawyer Bob Bennett to mount a bold defense against charges of givi
Maricopa County Attorney Andrew Thomas has spent $2.5 million in public money on public service advertisements, most of which he’s been in, since taking office 3 years ago. Thomas is using the cloak of public service to promote himself politically.
With a hidden FBI camera rolling inside a New York hotel suite in 2003, an unsuspecting Rev. Al Sharpton, Democratic candidate for president, spoke candidly. Sharpton offered to help Philadelphia fund-raiser Ronald A. White win a multimillion-doll
Texas Gov. Rick Perry plans to "...campaign on behalf of Giuliani wherever he is needed."
As my colleague Scott Horton noted yesterday, former Congressman Curt Weldon appears to be in a heap of trouble. Yesterday, the Washington Post has reported, his ex-chief of staff, Russ Caso, copped a plea on charges that he allegedly helped
What was a serious problem for the White House has now doubled, and Jack Cafferty is all over it
Eight angry LAPD cops, not used to being held accountable for their actions, falsify their reason for pulling over and threatening the founder of the Police Complaint Center (PCC) after being videotaped during a PCC investigation.