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Signed as Law: California Will End Support for Most Federal Immigration Enforcement

Signed as Law: California Will End Support for Most Federal Immigration Enforcement

SACRAMENTO (Oct. 5, 2017) – Yesterday, California Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill to withdraw state resources from the enforcement of most federal immigration laws.  Once in effect on Jan. 1, 2018, the new law will likely have the effect of further nullifying those federal acts in practice. Introduced by Sen. President Kevin de Leon and…

UK viewers of online terrorist material face 15 years in jail

UK viewers of online terrorist material face 15 years in jail

“Said Rudd, ‘There is currently a gap in the law around material [that] is viewed or streamed from the internet without being permanently downloaded.'”

Catalonia Shows the Danger of Disarming Civilians

Catalonia Shows the Danger of Disarming Civilians

“The consequences of a government using force to control those it is sworn to protect must be high. When citizens are armed, the consequences for tyranny rise and its likelihood falls.”

Now Is the Time to Defend Our Parchment Barriers

Now Is the Time to Defend Our Parchment Barriers

Now is the time to stand firm on constitutional principles. Stand up and say no to the usurpers. Remember, the power you give them today they will have forever.

MuskogeePolitico: Inhofe “pleased” with Pinnell’s candidacy

MuskogeePolitico: Inhofe “pleased” with Pinnell’s candidacy

U.S. Senator Jim Inhofe has some words of praise for Lieutenant Governor candidate Matt Pinnell:”I was pleased to hear that Matt Pinnell was running for Lieutenant Governor. He got his start in politics interning for me in our Tulsa office. He has expe…

Spain suspends Catalan parliament, threatens ‘greater harm’

Spain suspends Catalan parliament, threatens ‘greater harm’

“The Madrid government has refused to rule out invoking article 155 of the constitution. The article, which has never been used, makes provision for the central government to step in and take control of an autonomous region if it ‘does not fulfil the obligations imposed upon it by the constitution or other laws, or acts in a way that is seriously prejudicial to the general interest of Spain’.”

Now in Effect: Two Montana Laws Take on Warrantless Electronic Data Collection

Now in Effect: Two Montana Laws Take on Warrantless Electronic Data Collection

HELENA, Mont. (Oct 5, 2017) – On Sunday, two Montana laws went into effect that work together to ban warrantless collection of cell phone data in most situations. These laws not only increase privacy protections in the state, they also hinder one practical impact of federal surveillance programs. Rep. Daniel Zolnikov sponsored both House Bill 147 (HB147)…

Can the Government Destroy Bitcoin?

Can the Government Destroy Bitcoin?

China-based cryptocurrency exchange BTCC suspended all domestic trading in yuan last weekend. The decision came on the heels of a September 5 statement from regulatory authorities in China, which required all domestic cryptocurrency exchanges publish closing announcements, stop registering new users, and establish a schedule to cease…

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