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Your right to remain silent may be used against you

By William R. Toler The robed wonders delivered yet another face-palm-inducing ruling Monday. According to the Supreme Court, now what you don’t say can be used against you in a court of law…unless you verbally invoke the Fifth Amendment. In … Continue reading

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Supreme Court approves taxation of not buying something

William R. Toler I don’t even know where to begin. The Supreme Court of the United States of America effectively ruled Thursday that the federal government can tax the people for NOT doing something. The central issue regarding the Affordable … Continue reading

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Court confirms strip-search

By William R. Toler While the mainstream media is focused on the Supreme Court’s decision regarding the debacle that is ObamaCare, a case with dire consequences has slipped through the cracks. Earlier this week, the 9 robed ones ruled that … Continue reading

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