The War Resisters League- Where Your Income Tax Money Really Goes
The Canadian 10th Grader Discovers Radioactive Imported Seafood Long After Government Stopped Testing
Toledo is being inundated with years of neglect to its area roads. The Republican Governor Kasich has shifted the tax burden to local residents while giving away the state treasury to his wealthy donors. Now is the time to take action! Our roads will not improve till we take back our government from monied interests. http://www.toledoblade.com/Editorial-Cartoons/2014/04/08/Kirk-Campaign-C... Good luck! Trade in the Toyota Prius, KIA or other foreign made weenie mobiles and buy a locally built Jeep. Anyone who owns a Jeep doesn't give a damn about potholes.
While the little people see their tax burden increase, big business hides in offshore accounts.
‘Tax Freedom Day’ falls three days later this year
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Today in corporate tax avoidance: Caterpillar's 'pink elephant'
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60 Minutes: Is the U.S. stock market rigged?
Steve Kroft reports on a new book from Michael Lewis that reveals how some high-speed traders work the stock market to their advantage
Because YOU don't like what people are saying on Swampbubbles, then you threaten people with I 'am going to get my lawyers,say's the Anonymous Coward. get the F--- out of here with that shit, whiner, debate the posts if you don't agree with them, stop trying to shut down the 1st amendment,or go moderate your own Blog site...
"I don't like what you say because it's fucking dumb", I could give a shit what you like, Chumley, have you forgotten your on a BLOG SITE. I didn't steal anything, I at least had quotations marks on the reposted articles. Also go look at my past posts I did say I did not attribute the sources, so now they will be citied, as they should. So nothing changes Chumley you will now get a blitzkrieg of what you call "more right wing blather."
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COURTS OF RECORD AND COURTS NOT OF RECORD - "The former being those whose acts and judicial proceedings are enrolled, or recorded, for a perpetual memory and testimony, and which have power to fine or imprison for contempt. Error lies to their judgments, and they generally possess a seal. Courts not of record are those of inferior dignity, which have no power to fine or imprison, and in which the proceedings are not enrolled or recorded".
"Custom and usage since time immemorial" is generally what is behind the definition of common law. There is no singular source of the common law as one would expect with statutes made by a legislature. Common law is administered through courts of record. Courts not of record are called Nisi Prius courts.
GOP States Are The Most Dependent On Government
"If we learned nothing else during the 2012 election, it is that some of us are makers, hard-working folk solely responsible for America's prosperity, and others are takers, who want the federal government to pay for luxuries like food and health care.
There is a nationwide campaign underway to constitute in each county a common law grand jury by the people for the people. There are presently five states that are completely constituted which are New York, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Florida, and Connecticut. There are many counties in which participation in this campaign has yet to be determined. If you would like to know how you may get involved please go to ...nationallibertyalliance.org
The Sociopathic 1 Percent: The Driving Force at the Heart of the Tea Party
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U.S. reaches $1.2B settlement with Toyota, says company made misleading statements on safety
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Toyota was accused of wire fraud by allegedly defrauded consumers in the fall of 2009 and early 2010 by "issuing misleading statements about safety issues in Toyota and Lexus vehicles," the Justice Department said.
High Alert Until MH370 is Found
Update: Tens of people showed up for the massive White Man March today
Overtaxed UAW members pay dues, get little in return (guest commentary)
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