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Insurers sue Saudi Arabia for 9/11

By admin / March 30, 2017

Several major insurers have launched a new attempt to sue Saudi Arabia for 6 billion dollars for the September 11, 2001 attacks. One wonders had Hillary been elected and Saudi Arabia was a major contributor to the Clinton Foundation to support women and gay rights (outside of their own country), would this have taken place? […]

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NY Prosecutor Preet Bharara Who Protected Bankers is Fired

By admin / March 13, 2017

The Trump administration moved on Friday to sweep away virtually all of the remaining vestiges of the Obama administration prosecutors at the Justice Department. They ordered 46 holdover U.S. attorneys to tender their resignations immediately. Demanding resignations from US attorneys is actually standard operating procedure in the DOJ whenever a new administration assumes power. Traditionally this […]

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Brussels Circumvented the Legal Rights of Citizens in EU

By admin / February 16, 2017

  On January 18, 2017, new rules governing the seizure of bank accounts in the European Union went into effect (The EU Regulation No 655/2014 of May 15, 2014). This regulation sought to circumvent the independent legal rights of people, denying them the right to be heard in a court of law in their own country. This […]

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Trump v 9th Circuit

By admin / February 14, 2017

QUESTION: You said Trump should concede that his immigration order does not apply to people already with green cards and visas. Your position seems to be practical. Was the order properly written and interpreted? Thanks PY ANSWER: The order was not written by anyone who understands Constitutional Law in my “opinion” for it should have […]

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Why Trump should not Nominate Judge Gorsuch

By admin / February 12, 2017

President Trump’s nominee for the Supreme Court, Judge Neil Gorsuch, has shown he is deeply biased and not qualified to sit on the Supreme Court. His nomination should now be withdrawn. Judge Gorsuch told the New York Times privately expressing “dismay” they reported over Trump’s Tweet regarding Judge James Robart when he wrote:  “The opinion of this […]

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9th Circuit Rules Against Trump? Really?

By admin / February 12, 2017

The U.S. 9th Circuit Court of Appeals has ruled to continue blocking enforcement of President Trump ’s travel ban. They did NOT strike it down. This is a procedural order granting a STAY until all the ramifications are decided. The unanimous decision of the Court of Appeals simply means that a stay preventing a ban […]

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Attorneys offer Free Help – But not to Americans

By admin / February 8, 2017

  Attorneys pretend to stand up for what is right only when it is political and they have an agenda. They are hawking signs at JFK while they ignore the most corrupt legal system in America right there in New York City. How about cleaning up the legal system if you care so much about […]

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When Clinton Made Same Argument as Trump Against Immigrants They Cheered

By admin / February 1, 2017

https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/Clinton-Immigration.mp4 In 1996 Bill Clinton made it mandatory prison time for any alien who reentered the country after being deported. It was Bill Clinton who made it law that any alien found guilty of virtually any crime even if legally here, they were to be deported even for non-violent crimes. There were no protests. The media […]

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ACLU v Trump

By admin / January 30, 2017

https://www.armstrongeconomics.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/01/ACLU.mp4 You have to listen closely to this video of  ACLU Executive Director Anthony D. Romero coming out of the court where the ACLU just argued and won block of Trump’s Muslim ban according to them. He is giving the impression that he beat Trump on everything – which he did not. Pay close attention […]

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