Category: Crime and punishment

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Critically important: FISA, the NSA, and the 4th Amendment

With FISA and the NSA in the news, learn why abusing them isn’t arcane procedural stuff but is, instead, critically important to American freedom. Did the Obama administration illegally use its power in multiple ways to access NSA intercepts so that it could gain intelligence on – and kneecap – Trump’s administration?

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Not all sex scandals are created equal: breaking down the different types

The sex scandals we read about are all different and require different responses, ranging from letting the voters speak to criminal prosecution. Except for hysterical stories about President Trump drinking water or feeding fish the wrong way, it seems as if the news is entirely taken over with breaking sex

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Bookworm Beat 6/19/2017: Special Counsels, Fracking and More

A roll up for today to fill the void of Ms. BWR’s absence.  The picture comes from People’s Cube and their latest magazine offering Comey, Trump, the Justice Dept. and Special Counsel Victor Davis Hanson, writing at American Greatness, gives an excellent summation of the progressive jihad aimed at toppling President

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“60 Minutes” completely mangles its report on Terence Crutcher

Getting news from 60 Minutes is like getting news from the village idiot, as shown by its ludicrous segment on Terence Crutcher. Last night, 60 Minutes devoted two segments to the Terence Crutcher shooting. As you may recall, in September 2016, Betty Shelby, a police officer in Tulsa, came upon

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The Bookworm Beat 8/22/16 — the “as the world turns” edition and open thread

No wonder 1984 is no longer required reading in high schools. One of the Little Bookworms, after a summer of sloth, decided to read something noteworthy before returning to school. Her choice was George Orwell’s 1984, which I would include in any top 25 or even top 10 reading list.

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