Lawsuits have been filed by Jeanette Finicum, widow of Arizona rancher Robert LaVoy Finicum who was assassinated in cold blood by the Oregon State Police and FBI on Jan. 26, 2016 while apparently surrendering, and Cliven Bundy, who is disputing the Oba…
By David Keene – The Washington Times – Tuesday, January 2, 2018
Twenty-five years ago this year, federal agents stormed the compound of a religious group in Waco, Texas, with armored vehicles, machine guns and tear gas. Claimin…
Federal judge Gloria Navarro slammed the FBI and Justice Department on Monday, Jan. 8, for “outrageous” abuses and “flagrant misconduct” in the prosecution of Cliven Bundy and sons, the Nevada ranchers who spurred a high-profile…
A federal judge ruled Monday that the federal government may not retry Cliven Bundy and his sons after rebuking prosecutors for withholding evidence during their felony trial stemming from an armed standoff four years ago.
U.S. District Court Judge …
Update: Mistrial declared! More info here: http://www.oregonlive.com/oregon-standoff/2017/12/mistrial_declared_in_cliven_bu.html
By Randy DeSoto
December 18, 2017
A Bureau of Land Management agent is alleging the agency’s handling of the…
by Kathy Crest | Oct 29, 2017
As more and more information comes out about the Uranium One deal, it would appear there may be more “fingers” to this story, and Americans once again are being kept in the dark about it.
read more a…
November 25, 2017
by Tim Brown, Freedom Outpost:
Sometimes, in the process of covering so many things and in the attempt to provide as much information and commentary as possible, we simply are not able to provide all that we wish to do so to the…
11/02/17 | by Brian Seay
More than three and a half years since the incident in question, jury selection began Monday in Las Vegas for the trial of Nevada rancher Cliven Bundy, his two sons, and a fourth defendant for their role in the Battle o…
September 12 2017, 5:45 p.m.
In a stunning move, the House of Representatives on Tuesday approved an amendment to the Make America Secure and Prosperous Appropriations Act that will roll back Attorney General Jeff Sessions’s expansion of asset forfeiture.
Two Bundy Ranch defendants to face third trial
Jerome Corsi | Infowars.com – SEPTEMBER 5, 2017
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Recent developments have caused Trump supporters to ask why Attorney General Jeff Sessions is allowing Obama holdovers in the Department of Justice to continue prosecuting Bundy ranch cases, despite continuing set-backs.
President Trump gave an interview to his favorite newspaper, the NYT. He allowed that he wouldn’t have appointed Jeff Sessions Attorney General had he known Sessions would recuse himself from the Russian allegations. Meanwhile A.G. Sessions has been busying himself by renewing the federal asset forfeiture program. Cover Your Asset Forfeiture Program A little pithier
Expands the controversial federal civil asset forfeiture program.
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He hasn’t yet sent federal agents into the ever-growing number of states that legalize medical and recreational marijuana, but Attorney General Jeff Sessions is becoming the kind of law enforcement officer that criminal justice reformers feared he would be from the start.
[Editor’s note: see this opinion journal interview also:
summary via R3publican
Bureau of Land Management could be facing RICO actions, Monckton reveals
Millie Weaver | Infowars.com – June 27, 2017
In the heart-wrenching interview, Jeanette reveals how she found out about the death of her husband, who was killed during an altercation with State and Federal agents in Oregon, and how the government continues to harass her family to this day.
UPDATED with more info here: blacklistednews.com/BREAKING
USA Today Network Damon Arthur , Record Searchlight 7:07 a.m. ET May 24, 2017
(Photo: Damon Arthur, Redding (Calif.) Record Searchlight)
RED BLUFF, Calif. — A farmer faces trial in federal court this summer and a $2.8 million fine for failing to get a permit to plow his field and plant wheat in Tehama County.
A STATUTE AIMED at suppressing protests against oil and gas pipelines has been signed into law in Oklahoma, as a related bill advances through the state legislature. The two bills are part of a nationwide trend in anti-protest laws meant to significantly increase legal penalties for civil disobedience. The Oklahoma law signed this week is unique, however, in its broad targeting of groups “conspiring” with protesters accused of trespassing. It takes aim at environmental organizations Republicans have blamed for anti-pipeline protests that have become costly for local governments.
The statute Oklahoma Gov. Mary Fallin approved Wednesday was rushed into immediate effect under a provision that declared the situation “an emergency.” It will dramatically increase penalties against protesters who trespass on property containing a “critical infrastructure facility.”
April 25, 2017
The Bundy verdict, the government, and American justice
By Leesa K. Donner
Perhaps it is not too much to say there is no other event in America today more polarizing than the standoff at Bunkerville. Liberty-minded folks who w…
Arizona House Bill 2477 (HB2477) would require prosecutors to establish a higher evidentiary standard for asset forfeiture. The bill also takes on federal forfeiture programs by banning prosecutors from circumventing state laws by passing cases off to the feds in most situations. It passed the House by a unanimous 60-0 vote, and then passed the…
This is my sample ballot for general election ballot for Washington County.
Election to be held November 8, 2016.
Additional information on the state questions is coming soon!
Finding Gems & Sharing Them – My Sample Ballot in Washington County for the General Election on November 8 2016
This issue of the Oklahoma Constitution presents the 38th annual Oklahoma Conservative Index, rating and more!
Source post The Oklahoma Constitution
Julie Daniels is a candidate for Oklahoma Senate Seat District 29. Senator John Ford currently occupies this seat but is termed out. Julie is also a former Mayor of Bartlesville. Many of you know her well, but we will all learn more about Julie Daniels and her thoughts on issues facing our state, county and city. We will have plenty of time for Q&A and then time for prayer at the end.
Please come join in the discussion. You will enjoy getting to know Julie and hear from her and ask questions too!
Hope to see you next Tuesday night!