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Avoid Counterfeiters When Buying and Selling Precious Metals

Precious metals investors need to use caution to avoid falling victim to the predatory tactics of counterfeiters. The best way to start is to reach out to reputable coin dealers and comparison shop when seeking to buy or sell precious metals. The following tips provided …

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Massachusetts High Court Strikes Down Stun Gun Ban

In an earlier case, the Massachusetts high court concluded that stun guns just aren’t “arms” for Second Amendment purposes, because they didn’t exist at the time the Second Amendment was written, and because they aren’t usable in the military. In Caetano v. Massachusetts (2016), the …

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Fire, Earth, and Water Visit Apocalyptic Delays on Nation’s Rail Lines

Man’s hubris can be the catalyst for a little divine humbling, from King Nebuchadnezzar and the builders of the Tower of Babel to today’s overly ambitious urban transit agencies. On Monday a rain storm caused a flood of biblical proportions in New York City’s subway …

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Judge Thapar Reviews Judge Posner

The Michigan Law Review’s annual book review issue is out, and it contains quite a bit of good stuff. Among the highlights of this year’s issue is a review of Richard Posner’s book, The Federal Judiciary: Strengths and Weaknesses, by the Honorable Amul Thapar of …

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Arkansas Proposed Amendment Puts a Price Tag on Life

Ultimately, Issue One says that some lives are more valuable than others. Continue Reading....

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A Black-Robed Counterrevolution

When all is said and done, the last word on the Trump presidency may well be his counterrevolution to restore judicial integrity and the rule of law. Continue Reading....

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China slaps 179 percent tariff on $1 billion worth of US sorghum imports

China’s Commerce Ministry announced Tuesday that it would be slapping a temporary 178.6 percent mandatory “deposit” on imports of sorghum from the United States. According to NPR, the deposit will act like a tariff on these imports. What is sorghum? Sorghum is a cereal grain. In …

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Nancy Pelosi rebuked for writing fundraising email claiming Mueller was fired. He wasn’t.

House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has come under fire in recent days after she penned an email for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee on Friday claiming special counsel Robert Mueller had been fired. However, when subscribers clicked on the email to read the juicy …

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Gorsuch sides with liberals in Supreme Court ruling on deportation of violent immigrants

The Supreme Court ruled that a law requiring the deportation of noncitizens convicted of violent crimes was unconstitutionally vague, after conservative Justice Neil Gorsuch sided with the court’s liberals Tuesday, Reuters reported. The case, Sessions v. Dimaya, originated with convicted burglar James Garcia Dimaya of California, …

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4 sets of swamp creatures that must go down!

(Larry Klayman) – Klayman Predicts Violent Revolution If Mueller and Co. Are Not Legally Taken Down Now! Go to to Sign Petition to Have Him Named Special Counsel to Lawfully Destroy Mueller and the Leftist Deep State! It’s time that the persons most responsible for …

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