All posts in " Rule of Law "

IMPEACHMENT – Big Risk for Democrats

By admin / December 16, 2019

The House vote on impeaching Trump may be the stake through the heart of the Democratic Party. Most of the people newly elected were extremely left and they remain vulnerable when they barely made it to Congress, like AOC whose approval rating is just 31%. This will be a test for the moderates v the […]


Often the Insanity of Trying to Draft Laws

By admin / December 12, 2019

The legal scandal in Spain after a court acquitted five men of raping (sexual assault) a 14-year old girl because she was unconscious has sparked international outrage and local protests. It is not that the men were freed. Since the girl was unconscious, under Spanish Law technically she was not “raped” since she did not […]


Where to Go?

By admin / December 10, 2019

QUESTION: Hi Mr Armstrong, I have been a subscriber for several years and I appreciate your work. You mentioned that when the dust settles there will be pockets in the US that are safe. Can you elaborate where they will be? Also if your child was planing on majoring in finance in college next year, […]


London Court Rules 1MBD Hearing Will Be Public

By admin / November 29, 2019

Malaysia won a MAJOR victory in a London court that will allow public hearings in the notorious 1MDB case where Goldman Sachs facilitated what is alleged to be the fraud of the century. In this case, Abu Dhabi’s state investment fund is in a legal battle over how billions of dollars intended for Malaysia’s economic […]


Bernie Sanders Wants to Criminally Prosecute Oil Companies

By admin / November 22, 2019

Well it came out that Bernie Sanders wants to take the fossil fuel companies to CRIMINAL COURT.  I find this really interesting. First, much of the land is owned by the federal government which has leased land for oil drilling including offshore. So does that mean the politicians who agreed to do that are co-conspirators and […]


Replacing Judges with AI

By admin / November 22, 2019

The corruption in the Rule of Law is the #1 cause of the decline and fall of nations. One major step would be to replace judges with AI. Lawyers already use AI to research legal positions that junior staff once did. It is only a matter of time before courts can be replaced with AI, […]


Using Courts to End Fossil Fuels

By admin / October 12, 2019

In Alaska, attorneys for 16 young Alaskans have sued over state climate change policy. They are trying to shut down fossil fuels and arguing their case before Alaska Supreme Court justices. They are claiming that state policy, which promotes fossil fuels, violates the constitutional right of young Alaskans to a safe climate. They are claiming […]


Precious Metals Desk at JP Morgan Criminally Charged

By admin / October 7, 2019

The precious metals Desk at JP Morgan Chase on September 16, 2019, was criminally charged by the U.S. Department of Justice with being a criminal enterprise for approximately eight years in its manipulation of the prices of gold, silver, and other precious metals. The head of that desk and two other precious metals traders were […]


Democrats Threat to Stack the Supreme Court to Impose Their Views Upon the Nation

By admin / August 30, 2019

QUESTION: Marty; What is your opinion on the Democrats threat to stack the Supreme Court if they win the presidency? SK ANSWER: I believe that the Supreme Court should be restructured. The Constitution ONLY created the Supreme Court and Congress could not shut it down. However, all other lower Federal courts are statutory, created by […]


Death Penalty is Never a Punishment – it is an Escape from Punishment

By admin / August 18, 2019

QUESTION: The US will start the death penalty again. What is your view on the death penalty? HRW ANSWER: It is far worse to live in prison for life the way the government will torture you without remorse. They are beginning executions once again since 2003. Their allegations against people are always exaggerated and they […]

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