USWGO News Brian D. Hill has appeared on Infowars concerning his Federal FOIA lawsuit

Former USWGO Alternative News reporter Brian D. Hill, has appeared on Infowars Network political talk shows for two consecutive times in September, 2017, to talk about his Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit and about his wrongful conviction. Source: PRLOG Press Release distribution // Stanley Bolten DANVILLE, Va. – Sept. 27, 2017 – PRLog — […]

46 Senators betrayed you, disregarded your rights

We came within only four votes from the United States Senate giving our Constitutional rights over to the United Nations. In a 53-46 vote, the senate narrowly passed a measure that will stop the United States from entering into the United Nations Arms Trade Treaty.  The U.N. Small Arms Treaty, which has been championed by […]

Obama Demands Court Uphold His “Right” To Ignore Constitution

Obama’s Department of Justice is demanding a federal judge dismiss the injunction with which she sought to uphold the constitutional rights of the American people. On May 16th, federal judge Kathleen Forrest granted a preliminary injunction to plaintiffs in a lawsuit filed against Barack Obama and the National Defense Authorization Act of 2012 (NDAA), striking […]

Judge Rules Obama’s Indefinite Detention Violates Our Constitutional Rights

Judge Rules Obama’s Indefinite Detention Violates Our Constitutional Rights (via EcoLocalizer)   An Obama-appointed federal judge, Katherine Forrest, has just ruled that the administration’s indefinite detention provisions are indeed unconstitutional, and likely violate both the 1st and 5th Amendments. The landmark ruling came as part of a lawsuit brought by seven different plaintiffs —…   […]

Court: Oklahoma can’t enforce Sharia law ban

Editor’s note: It is funny that a court would embrace Constitutional rights while ignoring them in other cases. It seems that Judges can just pick and choose at their when it is convenient for them or they agree/disagree with an issue. If this was really about rights, we would see consistency. A federal appeals court […]