All posts in " Rule of Law "

US Feds to End Private Prisons

By admin / August 27, 2016

The idea behind private federal prisons was to save money, but they did not. They billed the government the same and now they are losing their business. The US Justice Department has announced that it will phase out its use of privately owned prisons. They are citing safety concerns because of investigations that revealed rampant abuses with dozens […]


The Cabbage Myth

By admin / August 22, 2016

  The EU has become the modern Byzantine government. To create 2600 works regulating just cabbage is excessive. The saying that God created the 10 Commandments and Man has created tens of billions of regulations trying to restate the same thing, is simply Byzantine.   Forgot to put the link on that Cabbage Regulation Story


California to Criminalize Taking Undercover Videos

By admin / August 19, 2016

  California is about to pass a law that is so totalitarian and anti-citizen, you really have to question what the hell is going on. This new law will criminalize any undercover investigative videos of all “health care providers.” That means, even a local TV cannot make an investigation of a nursing home for abuse. […]


Pennsylvania Attorney General Guilty of Perjury

By admin / August 17, 2016

At the state level, governments vary overall, but for the most part, they are nowhere near as corrupt as the Federal government and its court system. Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen Kane now faces up to seven years in prison after being convicted of perjury in a politically charged trial on 9 counts of leaking grand […]


Goldman Sachs Sued for $510 Million

By admin / July 27, 2016

Goldman Sachs has been sued for $510 million in New York State Court, which is at least more viable than federal court. The case is Primus Pacific Partners I LP v Goldman Sachs Group Inc et al, New York State Supreme Court, New York County, No. 653885/2016. A shareholder of one of its former clients is suing […]


Lagarde to Stand Trial for Negligence Fraud

By admin / July 25, 2016

  If Trump wins, he says he would prosecute Hillary for her crimes. At least in France, the courts are not as corrupt as they are in the United States. The highest court has ruled that the notorious head of the IMF (International Monetary Fund) Christine Lagarde  must stand trial for a financial scandal. Back in 2008, […]


Is Front Running Now a Crime?

By admin / July 21, 2016

The US Department of Justice has arrested Mark Johnson, who was the global head of foreign exchange trading at HSBC, and a former colleague, Stuart Scott. The two traders were accused by the US government of using inside information to profit from a $3.5bn currency deal. Of course, inside trading only is a crime in […]


Comey Has Proven there is No Rule of Law So End is Near

By admin / July 12, 2016

Most of the people I have spoken to in the legal community are shocked that Comey did not indict Hillary. Comey clearly manipulated statutes by pretending that intent was required and claiming he could not prove intent, even though that is regularly enough to hand any jury to demand a conviction. The rest of us […]


The Supreme Court on Corruption

By admin / July 8, 2016

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; What is your take on the Supreme Court corruption ruling? ANSWER: Actually, under strict construction, I would have to agree with this one.  The statute actually provides that when a public official is paid to influence an “official act” in exchange for cash, loans, or gifts then it becomes a crime. However, an […]


Another Prosecutor Shows Comey’s Complete Incompetance-Political Bias?

By admin / July 8, 2016 Former District Attorney for the State of South Carolina and a Federal Prosecutor, Trey Gowdy, tears James Comey apart illustrating how he has simply refused to indict Hillary when there is far more evidence what she did was scathingly criminal. But the Democrats will cover it all up far worse than the Nixon cover-up […]

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