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Dangers of the Article V Convention of States

Media Contacts Jane Yandow,  janeyandow@gmail.com, 770-815-5599 Field Searcy,  info@indefenseofliberty.tv, 678-525-7072 For Immediate Release February 6, 2015 Dangers of the Article V Convention of States and Understanding the Facts Public … Read More »

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Packed House for Constitutional Convention Debate

Last Wednesday at Cherokee Cattle Company, Jack Staver and the Northwest Georgia 912 Project expected a small crowd to show up for a debate on whether or not a Constitutional Convention (Article 5 Convention, Con Con) would be good for our country. … Read More »

Holder Big Data Targeting

Applause for AG Eric Holder – Big Data and the Frame of Justice

Attorney General Holder sees a danger in the use of predictive analytics in the pursuit of criminal justice, but only insofar as there may be racial, socioeconomic or geographic indicators contained within such data sets. These technologies should, … Read More »

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Falcons & Braves Stadium Opposition Moves Forward in Unity

Monday, August 2, several groups came from Fulton County, Cobb County, and as far as 90 miles away, to converge on the Georgia State Capitol and let their voices be heard on the new Falcons and Braves stadium 'deals.' Debbie Dooley, of the Atlanta … Read More »

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Byrne v. Weatherford NAACP Candidate Forum

  Mrs. Deane Bonner, President NAACP Cobb branch, and Mr. Doc Holiday, Moderator, at last week's NAACP Candidate Forum for Cobb Commission District 1. Following are the questions and answers. Do you believe the Braves stadium bond … Read More »

Thomas Massie

Congressman Thomas Massie Calls for Release of Secret 9/11 Documents Upon Reading Them

Michael Krieger | Posted Tuesday Jul 15, 2014 at 2:52 pm Late last year, I published a post titled: Two Congressmen Push for Release of 28-Page Document Showing Saudi Involvement in 9/11. Here’s an excerpt from the piece: Since terrorists … Read More »

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Why We Fight

In his “freedom” blog, Rob Cunningham reminds what is at stake in this dangerous game of power redistribution within government. Earlier this week there was a widely reported poll that showed just how low the numbers for the Obama administration have … Read More »

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Citizens Petition Judge on Braves Bond

PETITION THE BRAVES BOND and putting millionaire handouts ahead of our schools and public safety. Honorable Judge Robert Leonard II, We concerned citizens of Cobb County encourage you to disavow a bond which commits Cobb Taxpayers to … Read More »

GOP Gone Cuckoo?

Have Republicans Gone Cuckoo?

[Editors Note: After the Thad Cochran vs. Chris McDaniel Senate primary, many Republicans are wondering if the GOP has lost its mind. Since this was posted, we received an update: BREAKING! There May Be Enough Invalidated Votes to Overturn Cochran … Read More »

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Data at Work : Dave Brat’s $1,000 Earthquake

[Editors Note: Thanks to Rob Cunningham for bringing Steve Adler and his work to the attention of Deciding The Vote. Steve’s work was instrumental in ushering in a new age in American political strategy. Deciding The Vote was instituted to bring to … Read More »

Immigrant Children

DHS preparing for influx of 65k kids — IN JANUARY!

The Obama administration’s claim to have been surprised by the wave of children flooding over out borders may turn out to be another political lie of the year. Sundance of Conservative Treehouse noticed a very peculiar advertisement: On January 29th … Read More »

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Muckraker exposes Chamber-Commission relationship

June 19, 2014 Kevin Schmidt and Justin Hayes Were Cobb County’s members on the Cherokee-Cobb Joint Development Authority asked to resign upon request by the Cobb Chamber? On Monday, we detailed how the Cobb County Chamber of Commerce and its … Read More »

RSS What’s on the House Floor Today

  • H.R.1994
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RSS What’s on the Senate Floor Today

  • H.R.22
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  • PN314
    Jeffrey Michael Prieto, of California, to be General Counsel of the Department of Agriculture, vice Ramona Emilia Romero, resigned. (07/29/2015 legislative day)
  • PN286
    Carol Fortine Ochoa, of Virginia, to be Inspector General, General Services Administration, vice Brian David Miller, resigned. (07/29/2015 legislative day)
  • PN52
    Allison Beck, of the District of Columbia, to be Federal Mediation and Conciliation Director, vice George H. Cohen, resigned. (07/29/2015 legislative day)

RSS Global Legal Monitor

  • Netherlands: Legislation on Compensation for Emotional Distress July 29, 2015
    Administrative remedies; Civil liability; Crime and law enforcement; Crime victims; Torts - The Netherlands Minister for Security and Justice has submitted draft legislation to the Dutch House of Representatives (Tweede Kamer) to provide for compensation for emotional distress arising from serious accidents and crimes. The proposed law... The Global Legal Monitor from the Law Library […]
  • Brazil: New State Law Punishes Manufacture, Transport, and Marketing of Toy Firearm Replicas July 29, 2015
    Crime and law enforcement; Weapons - On July 27, 2015, legal amendments entered into force in the State of Rio de Janeiro that newly prescribe punishments for illegal activities involving toy guns. Law No. 7,048 of July 24, 2015 amends a... The Global Legal Monitor from the Law Library of Congress covers legal news and […]
  • African Union; Chad; Senegal: Former Chad Dictator Hissene Habre's Trial Adjourned to September July 28, 2015
    Crimes against humanity; International affairs; Judiciary; War crimes - On July 21, 2015, the trial of the former President of Chad, Hissandegrave;ne Habr;, before the Extraordinary African Chambers (EAC) in Dakar, Senegal, was adjourned to September 7, 2015. (Diadie Ba, Trial of... The Global Legal Monitor from the Law Library of Congress covers legal news […]