KingCast and Mortgage Movies and Washington Appellate Judges Hear Case on Unconstitutional Nature of Washington's Deed of Trust Act.
Judge Dwyer's prior, well-principled Decisions have met with disapproval from the bankster-controlled State Legislature in Olympia.
I have reviewed this matter on prior occasion and believe that the DTA is a completely unconstitutional end-around judicial substantive and procedural due process There are some who believe that declaring the Deed of Trust Act unconstitutional may have detrimental effects on homeowners in the short run if judges continue to overlook the law and just basically kowtow to the banks like so many legislators down in Olympia.
An obviously intoxicated and distressed American girl is in Lithuania trying to get into an abandoned apartment building basement. It's 4 a.m. and she's waking the neighbors. But her problem might go beyond mere beverage spirits - she believes World War 3 is coming and that everyone will die soon. Thus, her insistence on getting into the door even though there is nothing there. WATCH
2014 was the year of the hacker, and a number of companies at CES 2015 want to replace your highly insecure passwords with something much more difficult to steal: your biometrics. Bloomberg's Sam Grobart takes a hands-on look at a few products that analyze biological signals and images to positively identify you. In other words, the password of the future is you.
If the oil sector unraveled, as it is doing now, what would happen to gold and silver prices? David Morgan of Silver-Investor.com thinks, “Gold, I am pretty sure, would maintain right where it’s at, and that would be the worst case scenario, or it would go up and go up rapidly. Gold and silver may go down temporarily like we saw in 2008, but they will catch a bottom and come up. Silver in a deflationary environment has not done that well in the past. . . . Gold and silver are crisis hedges. People will say I don’t know what is happening. I’m scared. I need something I can trust. You can trust money that has been money for 5,000 years. That’s something you can trust. . . . You can’t escape the truth. The truth wins out in the end. We are getting to that point, an inflection point. I think gold will go up, and I think silver would follow and probably go up more rapidly once people caught on there is uncertainty. There is an unbelievable lack of trust in the system.
The New York State Supreme Court hearing over the grand jury proceedings in the Eric Garner case has been postponed until the end of January. It seeks to have the details released regarding why the jurors reached their decision not to indict Officer Daniel Pantaleo. Meanwhile, in Ferguson, Missouri one of the jurors on the Darren Wilson grand jury is now suing the prosecutor for the right to speak out.
Iceland is planning to formally withdraw its EU application, the country’s prime minister told the national radio station. Reykjavik also wants to lift capitals controls imposed on Iceland by Brussels after a financial crisis hit the country in 2008
When George W. Bush wrote a secret order on September 17, 2001 that gave the CIA the right to capture and interrogate War on Terror suspects, he forgot to include instructions on exactly where the CIA was supposed to hold them. The CIA reached out to the Federal Bureau of Prisons and the Department of Defense through Donald Rumsfeld himself, to no avail. The CIA was left to their own devices, and they chose to create black sites with orange jumpsuits.
You’ve probably seen them before: internal border checkpoint refusals, now a popular YouTube genre. Some are funny. Others are hostile. But for Greg Rosenberg, a naturalized U.S. citizen who speaks accented English, an encounter with South Texas border patrol resulted in weeks of jail time without a single charge being prosecuted.
Good Day Attorney Paradee, I see you are trying to railroad the State High Court into holding an expedited hearing so that you can get Betty Lou McKenna sworn in by Governor Markell. We vigorously oppose that little end-around the Fair Election Process.
I am aware that you find me funny, but while you're busy laughing I along with others are filing DOJ complaints, the GOP Chair, the Black Caucus, the NAACP and I have all addressed Governor Markell. Further, I spoke with Senator Coons' office in light of his Voting Rights Act advocacy and Candidate Gunn is demanding a full forensic evaluation of those mystery ballots. My Free Press First Amendment lawsuit will arrive in your hands with Waiver of Summons by the end of this week or top of next.
The FBI says it had been tracking the hackers who attacked Sony Pictures in November. Leading to questions over why the agency failed to stop them. Congress is now expected to mull a cyber-security bill. Even as the NSA turns to recruiting young hackers, as Marina Portnaya reports.
Rob Kirby of KirbyAnalytics.com thinks what is happening with oil prices being cut in half in a matter of months is no accident. Kirby explains, “I look at what is transpiring in the crude oil market as yet another engineered or financial trickery on the part of the financial elites. . . . What this breakdown in the crude oil price is going to spawn another financial crisis. It will be tied to the junk debt that has been issued to finance the shale oil plays in North America. It is reported to be in the area of half a trillion dollars’ worth of junk debt that is held largely on the books of large financial institutions in the western world. When these bonds start to fail, they will jeopardize the future of these financial institutions. I do believe that will be the signal for the Fed to come riding to the rescue with QE4.
Just three years ago, we found out that children in Britain as young as three could be “blacklisted” — labeled "racist" on their permanent file for such evil thought crimes as calling a fellow classmate a “broccoli head.”
Now according to a new government directive from UK’s Home Office, teachers including nursery school staff have been handed a serious “duty” to “prevent people being drawn into terrorism.”
This will include making sure school staff are trained to watch their students closely in order to “identify children at risk of being drawn into terrorism and challenge extremist ideas which can be used to legitimise terrorism and are shared by terrorist groups,” The Telegraph reported yesterday. Did I mention this includes nursery schools? I did?
You know…with all those toddlers running around sporting all those terrorist-sympathizing, extremist ideals…
We had reported on the show that a group of political activists and journalists testified in a New York Court about why they're suing the Obama administration over the National Defense Authorization Act or NDAA. Chris Hedges, author and Pulitzer Prize-winning reporter is also one of the plaintiffs; he joins the show to discuss.
The Obama Justice Department has roughly 24 hours to explain to a federal appeals court whether the administration believes judges have the power to overturn federal laws — in the latest escalation between the two branches of government over the federal health care overhaul.
A three-judge panel for the 5th Circuit Court of Appeals on Tuesday ordered the Justice Department to explain by Thursday at noon whether the administration believes judges have that authority. The challenge came after President Obama cautioned the Supreme Court against overturning the health care law and warned that such an act would be “unprecedented.”