Defamation: Truth Not Absolute Defense

Cases where courts found defamation for truthful speech I was reading a blog by Itai Maytal that was about a defamation claim, where a blogger was ordered to pay $60,000 in damages to a plaintiff over truthful information. From my knowledge, the First Amendment protects all speech that is based upon “truth.” Maytal confirmed my assertion of  speech rights in the following statements: One of the first things I learned… Read More »

Knockout Game: How Real Is It?

Knockout Game phenomenon being used for anti-white propaganda There are some serious problems with the ‘Knockout Game’ phenomenon. If ‘hate crimes’ are crimes based on some form of extreme bigotry or racial hatred, how does the system prove the intent of the attacker, unless they do or say something specifically targeting certain groups? Nothing  in the ABC report indicates or shows any proof that this attack on a Jewish man… Read More »

Glenn Greenwald: Can He Save Journalism?

Glenn Greenwald to bring investigative journalism to the forefront Glenn Greenwald is on fire. He now has the resources to bring social justice and investigative journalism to the frontline. Ebay founder Pierre Omidyar has submitted $250 million to journalist Glenn Greenwald, for the prospect of a news organization to help defend press freedoms. Omidyar stated in his blogpost, “I developed an interest in supporting independent journalists in a way that leverages… Read More »

Nobel Peace Prize: “Smidgen of Credit” for Obama?

The 2013 Nobel Peace Prize and the argument in favor of Obama According to David Corn of Mother Jones, President Obama may have deserved “a smidgen of credit” for the Nobel Peace Prize that was handed out nearly two weeks ago. For 2013, the Nobel Peace Prize was given to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) which was created to enforce the UN Chemical Weapons Convention that… Read More »

Pardon From Obama Not Likely for Manning

Unlikely that Obama will pardon Private Manning Chelsea Manning, formerly known as Bradley Manning, was sentenced to 35 years in prison on August 21, 2013. Now, Pvt. Manning and his attorney David Coombs are moving for a pardon from President Obama. Manning was convicted on 20 of 22 charges, 6 of which were charges under the Espionage Act. On September 4th, Manning formally appealed to President Obama for a pardon.… Read More »

Law: The Kind The Unjust Hide Behind

How the law becomes the excuse to pardon an unjust criminal justice system All too often, we hear people say “it’s ‘the law’ so we have to respect the decision.” As a matter of fact, no we don’t. Just because a decision is rendered by a judge or a jury doesn’t mean that justice was served. After all, isn’t that what our court systems are supposed to be about? Seeking… Read More »

World War 3 Around the Corner

Pending US military action in Syria to set the world on fire (World War 3) President Obama has announced that he intends on executing a military strike against Syria on Saturday. The strike is claimed to be in response to a nerve gas attack near Damascus that killed hundreds of children, and left up to a total of 1,300 people dead, where the Syrian government is alleged to have executed… Read More »

O’Mara, Zimmerman Lawyer Seeking Legal Costs

Zimmerman defense attorney Mark O’Mara seeking up to $300,000 in non-lawyer defense costs from state of Florida George Zimmerman’s defense attorney, Mark O’Mara (above right), is seeking legal costs from the state of Florida. O’Mara is seeking up to $300,000 in non-lawyer costs, such as experts, printing, and court reporters. O’Mara, according to the Washington Post, stated that “I just think it’s patently unfair that the state by overcharging a… Read More »

Criminalization; Form of Cultural Warfare

Criminalization is a tool of the oppressors To “criminalize,” according to the dictionary, means “to make illegal : outlaw; also : to turn into a criminal or treat as criminal — crim·i·nal·i·za·tion noun.”  Criminalization certainly goes much deeper than it’s basic definition; it goes to the heart of societies and what they stand for. A “Society,” on a macro-level, is shaped by its laws, and those who legislate, Judge, execute, and… Read More »

Manning Gets 35 Years

Bradley Manning gets sentenced to 35 years in prison The U.S. government has really showed just how vindictive and authoritarian it can be. The U.S. asked for 60 years for Private Manning but he instead received a 35 year sentence which is still a travesty. Bradley Manning exposed the malfeasance within our government, and the murderous crimes that were being committed. Crimes against humanity. The “Collateral Murder” video was a… Read More »

Snitch Towns; Towns Ran by Snitches

Small towns ran by snitches Just about everyone in this world knows someone who’s a “snitch.” Snitch reference and definition A “snitch,” also referred to as a “rat,” is commonly defined as someone who is an informant and/or witness used by law enforcement and the criminal court system. This is a person who can be paid or unpaid, for services that can be temporary or for long periods of time… Read More »

Zimmerman Supporters Got it Right

What we need to learn from supporters of George Zimmerman First off, let me start by saying that in no way do I believe that justice was served by the verdict in the George Zimmerman trial. From everything I know about this case, Zimmerman should have been found guilty of manslaughter at the very least, although I still believe he killed the young man in cold blood, and that he’s… Read More »

Feinstein: An Enemy of Journalism

Senator Feinstein pushes to end real journalism Senator Dianne Feinstein thinks that Congress has the authority to decide who and what a ‘real journalist’ is. Along with supporters such as Senator Dick Durbin (D-Ill), Senator Feinstein has proposed an amendment to the Media Shield law that would define who a journalist is and not what they do. This is an attack on the First Amendment and creates a limitation as… Read More »