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Passports & 6 Month Rule

By admin / July 7, 2018

COMMENT: Just to chime in, I discovered the 6 month rule when I tried to fly from Toronto to LA. They would not let me on the plane. REPLY: It appears that if you are Canadian and drive across the border that seems to be OK. But if you fly, then they do all the checks […]


Passion Governs, but She Never Governs Wisely

By admin / July 6, 2018

QUESTION: Mr. Armstrong; I recently watched the Conspirator about the assassination of Lincoln and the military trial they held for the assassins. Secretary of War Stanton was a ruthless and a vengeful man as portrayed in the film. Your case came to mind how they would never allow you to go to trial and it […]


The 6 Month Rule on Passports

By admin / July 1, 2018

COMMENT:  Dear Mr. Armstrong, I look to help others as you do. My wife turned 60 in June and we planned a trip to Milan and Lake Como on June 30.  We arrived at the airport in Nashville yesterday, checked in, printed our boarding passes and tagged our luggage, then presented our tagged luggage to the AA […]


Supreme Court Overrules California’s Compelled Speech of Abortion

By admin / June 28, 2018

The Supreme Court delivered a decision in the last week of its session that dealt a major blow to a California law requiring anti-abortion pregnancy centers to inform women about publicly funded abortion and contraception services. This was a very slick attempt to circumvent the First Amendment by forcing people to deliver a government script written by politicians. […]


Supreme Court Upholds Trump’s Travel Ban – Be Careful What You Wish For

By admin / June 27, 2018

The Supreme Court upheld Trump’s Travel Ban, which is absolutely correct under the executive powers. This illustrates the entire problem in law. If you try to get cute and challenge absolutely every little thing, you may very well lose the war and the battle. Trump’s original Travel Ban was temporary pending a review by the […]


Supreme Court Holds that Judges in SEC & CFTC are Unconstitutional

By admin / June 27, 2018

For decades, people have been complaining that Administrative Law Judges (ALJ) were unconstitutional. They are simply employees and they do not even have to have a law degree. Yet these people have been ruling against citizens and supporting their agencies, reducing any Due Process of Law to a joke. Previously, Administrative Law Judge, George Painter, recognized the […]


The Supreme Court Just Destroyed the Economy in the Hunt for Taxes

By admin / June 25, 2018

The Supreme Court in SOUTH DAKOTA v. WAYFAIR, INC, just handed down the most devastating and unconstitutional rule perhaps in American history in a 5-4 ruling that we will look back upon as the straw that broke the back of the economy. The Supreme Court has totally rejected EVERYTHING that the United States was built upon […]


Giving Up your DNA to Anyone – Bad Idea

By admin / June 16, 2018

The pitch by various ancestry operations is to send in your DNA by spitting into a vile and they will tell you your ethnic background. Sounds nice, but they then keep it. Why? The greatest danger is that such info can be turned over to the government at any moment. Giving up your DNA is […]


Does California Have the Right to Watch You Shower?

By admin / June 15, 2018

  Governor Gerry Brown made it a violation of law to shower and do laundry on the same day. The purpose of this law is to  “help California be better prepared for future droughts and the effects of climate change.” The limit will be 55 gallons of water per day. If you exceed that, there will be […]


How a Prosecutor’s Case Collapsed in New York City and Exposed Government Corruption in the Process

By admin / June 6, 2018

One of the more fascinating examples of how the government prosecutors are looking for high profile cases to further personal careers rather than actually policing society to protect the people has been exposed by the sale of the Leonardo DaVinci painting of Jesus Christ. I previously reported that  DaVinci’s 500-year-old painting, known as Salvator Mundi (Saviour […]

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