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  • Chris Hedges Wins Award for Activism Journalism
    Chris Hedges Wins Award for Activism Journalism
    Truthdig announced yesterday columnist and Pulitzer Prize winnerChris Hedges received the top award in the Activism Journalism category at the 2015 Southern California Journalism Awards Sunday night.Hedges won for his column “The Last Days...
  • Augustus Sol Invictus
    Libertarian candidate for U.S. Senate calls for boycott of large retailers
    Yesterday, June 29, 2015, Augustus Invictus, a Libertarian candidate seeking to fill the U.S. Senate seat being vacated by Marco Rubio in Florida, has called for the boycott of large retailers. Related to their banning of the Confederate flag from...
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    Their Names Don’t Belong on The Wall
    A group of misguided former sailors is trying to get Congress to authorize adding the names of 74 sailors to The Vietnam Veterans Memorial even though those sailors did not earn the right to have their names engraved on The Wall.The death of the...
  • Colorado Supreme Court rules against school choice
    Colorado Supreme Court rules against school choice
    In a setback for the right of parents to choose the schools that are best for their children, this morning, June 29, 2015, the Colorado Supreme Court held Douglas County’s innovative Choice Scholarship Program unconstitutional under the...
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    U.S. Supreme Court: victory for Virginia property owner in sign fight
    In an important decision at the intersection of free speech and property rights, the U.S. Supreme Court today, June 29, 2015, vacated a 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals judgment that had allowed the city of Norfolk, Va., to suppress a banner...
  • Sampling of the Supreme Court Justices
    Branches failing checks and balances gone
    This week the Supreme Court demonstrated without a doubt that it also has gone down the path of corruption with two decisions wherein they violated their duties outlined in the Constitution. In the Obergefell v. Hedges homosexual case on June 26th...
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    Two Supreme Court Rulings in Two Days Stun Conservative Republicans
    Thursday and Friday’s Supreme Court rulings on Obamacare and Gay Marriage have dealt a crushing blow to die-hard conservatives. It may take a while for conservatives to recover from these two blows in two days.The two rulings are...
  • Local Patriots host Adopt-A-Gun Program Saturday to counter TPD gun buyback
    Local Patriots host Adopt-A-Gun Program Saturday to counter TPD gun buyback
    On Saturday, June 27, ten local Patriots including Libertarian Party of Hillsborough County members organized and coordinated their efforts in advance to host the Adopt-A-Gun Program (AAGP), which countered the Tampa Police Department’s (TPD...
  • Fair Debates
    Americans contribute a sundae this Sunday for fairer presidential elections
    Today, June 28, 2015, Americans across the nation are participating a #SundaeDrive promotion in an effort for better presidential debates. The effort is part of Our America Initiative's Fair Debates campaign which is working for the...
  • Our America Initiative officially launches FairDebates.com
    Our America Initiative officially launches FairDebates.com
    On Wednesday, June 24, the Our America Initiative officially launched its website FairDebates.com. The organization has established this website to ensure that the 2016 Presidential Debates are open to all qualified candidates. This site also...
  • Iraqi forces battle ISIS
    An open letter to ISIS that is being circulated in the Detroit area
    Hundreds ofMichiganparents are echoing the fortitude expressed in an open letter toISIS. The letter was written by the popular Michigan community leader with the call name “Weapon M.” Now, scores of Michigan families are admitting...
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    Today is PTSD Awareness Day
    Today, June 27, 2015 is PTSD Awareness Day. So take a moment to remember the thousands of veterans returning from Iraq and Afghanistan only to face the horrors of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.On June 24, 2010 the U.S. Senate passed a resolution...
  • U.S. Supreme Court rules on same-sex marriage favoring Libertarian position
    U.S. Supreme Court rules on same-sex marriage favoring Libertarian position
    Yesterday, June 26, 2015, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled in the Obergefell v. Hodges case allowing same-sex couples the right to ask permission from the government to get married as do heterosexuals. This ruling will end all bans in the United...
  • Bernie Sanders
    Bernie Sanders ballot access in Arizona
    A statement yesterday that Democratic candidate for president Bernie Sanders was "not a registered Democrat" by a Democratic supporter of Hillary Clinton has raised concerns by some Sanders supporters. The question has come up of whether...
  • Chief Justice John Roberts
    To the chagrin of conservatives, ObamaCare ruling is a model of restraint
    The federal judiciary is supposed to be the “least dangerous” branch of government owing to its limited powers. It has no standing army or purse strings. Its powers emanate from its great interpretive ability to “say what the law...
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