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Trump and the Judges

Late last week, the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals struck a major blow to President Trump’s immigration agenda when they upheld a suspension of his controversial travel ban. Since the ruling, President Trump made his views widely known, calling the … Continue reading

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UPDATE 3: Not an April Fool’s Joke, Sadly

Just letting you all know that I updated my “Counter-Terrorism by Creating Terrorists” post yet a third time. In this case, undercover FBI agents infiltrated a non-violent Michigan anti-war group and tried to get members to say inflammatory statements in … Continue reading

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UPDATE #3 – Counter-Terrorism By Creating Terrorists

(Photo by David Hoffman via Flickr) In November 2011, the FBI arrested four men who they claimed plotted to kill Internal Revenue Service and Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives agents as well as federal judges with ricin or … Continue reading

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