Must law abiding, tax payers take the law into their own hands to deal with illegals?

ICE refuses to investigate (much less detain/prosecute), the "illegal" immigrant I married on a Fiance Visa she LIED to obtain! One that she was not eligible to have in the first place (Moral Turpitude aka Child Abuser). Since her arrival here she has committed at LEAST five other Felonies (documented), but still no investigations or […]

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Does anyone remember that Wall Street bankrupted Wisconsin's pensions?

It’s not that the public union members get large pensions, it’s that the state invested their pensions in securitized mortgages on Wall Street. Then, the big banks and financiers engaged in criminal fraud and incompetence, and all that money evaporated. Now Conservatives, who are trying to prevent the regulation and prosecution of crime on Wall […]

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Isn't the "voter fraud" rhetoric an ongoing Scare tactic with very few arrests/prosecutions over years?

Although the Bush administration began a stepped-up program in 2002 to crack down on people who cast ballots fraudulently, fewer than 100 people were convicted in the first 4 1/2 years of the program. And according to an analysis by Weiser’s center, most cases of alleged fraud in recent years have turned out to be […]

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Is all of this true? If not what isn't? What else do you know about the fifth Amendment?

For school I have to know about the fifth amendment and I need to make sure all of it is true! Thanks The Fifth Amendment to the U. S. Constitution enumerates five distinct individual freedoms: (1) the right to be indicted by an IMPARTIAL GRAND JURY before being tried for a federal criminal offense; (2) […]

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Rush Limbaugh: Urging Republicans To Commit a Felony?

Liberals get a bit wiggy when it comes to electoral shenanigans in Ohio. On The Huffington Post, Ari Melber accuses Rush Limbaugh of encouraging Republicans to commit a felony by crossover voting for Hillary Clinton. Those "lying voters" are under investigation, although prosecutions are "considered unlikely," he reports: "Operation Chaos," Rush Limbaugh’s campaign urging Republicans […]

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Does it REALLY matter where I get my undergrad from/majored in if I want to go to law school?

I know this question has been asked MANY times before, however not to my specifications… I want to become a Federal Prosecutor/ Maybe defense attorney, specializing in Economic crimes ..ie. Tax evasion, SEC violations, consumer, mortgage, real estate, tax, and other types of financial fraud and unforeseen white collar crimes. I tried researching notable U.S. […]

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Should women be banned from serving on juries?

I am making this since some jerk got my last Nancy Grace thread that I directed at Nancy Grace-lover Catherine N before I saw her answer. Women are the ones that call in every night praising Grace and her show, so they obviously can’t make un-biased opinions based on the trial given, but will instead […]

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What are your frustrations with the Obama Administration & Bush Administration that inspire Protest Now?

A Few Of Mine, Someone who voted for Obama, and feel deeply betrayed, lied to, and screwed over: Obama making such a big deal about the Patriot act, then keeping it, and making it more invasive to US citizens than it was by dropping any penalties or over sight on taping phone lines within the […]

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Is this yet another reason the republican brand is all but dead?

Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott’s two year, .4 million dollar investigation into what he claims is “an epidemic of voter fraud in Texas” to justify his support for voter ID laws, resulted in just 26 cases. It will come as no surprise to anyone who has been following C&L’s ongoing coverage of this issue that […]

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Did Bush let shady investors loot Wall Street?

The looting of Wall Street almost seemed like the Bush Administration welcomed it with open arms, knowing America wouldn’t see what was going on as the lotting of Wall Street wasn’t being televised. NY Times: At the S.E.C., agency investigations that led to Justice Department prosecutions for securities fraud dropped from 69 in 2000 to […]

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Why is the Bush Administration afraid of Prosecuting attorneys being free of Political Influence?

Seems like the Bush administration was trying to bring politics in with trying to smear Democrats with voter fraud accusations just prior to certain close elections. Doesnt’ appear that is illegal, for NOW. BUT what Congress may consider is legislation to further insulate a Prosecuting US Attorneys office from getting corrupted in the future. Interestingly, […]

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