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Are Assault Weapons Are Unconstitutional? A Federal Appeals Court in Maryland Says Yes

March 16, 2017 • Thomas Blakeley
single rifle bullet on paper target for shooting practice On Tuesday, February 21st, a decision a by Federal Appeals Court upheld Maryland’s ban on forty-five different kinds of assault weapons, as the Huffington Post reported.  In his decision, Judge …

California Assemblywoman Won’t Stop Fighting to Remove the Tampon Tax; Tax Drinks Instead

March 15, 2017 • Haley Snyder
Last year, California Assemblywoman Cristina Garcia introduced and passed a bill to remove the tax on tampons and other menstrual products in California. California Governor, Jerry Brown, however, vetoed the bill, saying that his state had too many bud …

Is President Trump’s Continued Family Control of his Business Violating the Part of the Constitution that Forbids Presidents from Taking Bribes from Foreign Powers?

March 10, 2017 • Haley Snyder
When President Donald Trump was elected, he promised that he would “drain the swamp” of corrupt politicians in Washington D.C. As it turns out, however, the President’s currently-maintained ties to the Trump Organization, his business empire, may be mo …

Your Bank Must Make Your Deposited Funds Available to You — Federal Reserve Confirms

March 2, 2017 • Naomi Wolf
Hi DailyClout Community, Four alarm posting! Please share! We spoke on the Naomi Wolf Facebook page yesterday about how US banks are hiding the notices they are legally forced to post, of the limits on them around holding back the availability of funds …

Are Banks Improperly Keeping Your Money?

March 2, 2017 • Naomi Wolf

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