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Supreme Court Tortures the Constitution Again

Supreme Court Tortures the Constitution Again by James Bovard The Supreme Court ruled in March that Americans have no right to learn the grisly details of CIA torture because the CIA has never formally confessed its crimes. The case symbolizes how the rule of law has become little more than legal mumbo-jumbo to shroud official […]

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Talking Torture, Treason and No-Knock Raids on David Knight Show

David Knight and I had a rollicking discussion on torture, Supreme Court complicity, the constantly expanding definition of treason, and how Congress and Biden may be blundering to war against Russia on his show yesterday. We also discussed the continuing coverup of the Duncan Lemp case and why that killing by Montgomery County, Maryland police […]

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FBI Entrapment Schemes Go Way Back – my 1995 Playboy article

FBI entrapment is huge issue in Gov. Whitmer kidnapping trial today in Michigan. Outrageous entrapment schemes have multiplied since I did this 1995 horror story round-up for Playboy. Text below the JPEG Playboy March, 1995 Uncle Scam wants you: could you be set up by the government to commit a crime? The Playboy Forum; Column […]

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Supreme Court Betrays Justice to Protect Torturers

Mises Institute, March 12, 2021 The Supreme Court Uses Twisted Logic to Protect US Agents Committing Torture by James Bovard The Supreme Court declared last week that Americans have no right to learn the grisly details of CIA torture because the CIA has never formally confessed its crimes. The verdict symbolizes how the rule of […]

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End “State Secrets” Shield for Government Atrocities

American Conservative, November 16, 2021 Supreme Court Should End ‘State Secrets’ Shield “State Secrets” is often invoked to give federal agencies a free pass from justice, without having to explain why. by  James Bovard Will federal law enforcement agencies ever be forced to disclose their abuses of American citizens? The Supreme Court could answer that […]

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Sham Surveillance Safeguards vs. Tucker Carlson

American Conservative, July 2, 2021 Sham Surveillance Safeguards vs. Tucker Carlson Those quick to dismiss the TV host’s concerns that he is being spied on by the NSA should consider the sordid history of illicit surveillance. by James Bovard (g0d4ather/Shutterstock) Fox News host Tucker Carlson was mocked on social media this week for stating that […]

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Federal Farm Policy is Hopelessly Corrupt

American Institute for Economic Research, July 1, 2001 Federal Farm Policy Is Corrupt Regardless of the Latest Uproar James Bovard – Federal agricultural policy has been permeated by political racketeering since President Franklin Roosevelt appointed America’s first farm dictator in 1933. On Tuesday, the Washington Post revealed that Trump’s Secretary of Agriculture, Sonny Perdue, purchased […]

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