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Judicial tyranny: Federal judge upholds New Jersey limit on gun ammunition

A federal judge on Monday upheld New Jersey’s law that lowers the number of bullets a gun can hold, dismissing a lawsuit filed by a gun rights group. New Jersey passed a law last year that made it unlawful to possess firearm magazines holding more than 10 rounds of ammunition, with some exceptions. The state has said that’s enough for self-defense and that anything more could prove dangerous to bystanders. A 15-round limit had been in place since 1990.

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Levin: Jerry Nadler ‘would have done very, very well as a judge in the Soviet Union

Jerrold Nadler would have done very, very well as a commissar in the Soviet Union,” Levin remarked. “He would have done very, very well as a judge in the Soviet Union, as a political apparatchik in the Soviet Union.”

Levin was responding to news that Nadler’s committee is suing to get grand jury information contained in the Mueller report. He said that Nadler is doing “more to damage this country, our Constitution, our national security, domestic policy by spending every waking hour of his pathetic life trying to burden, obstruct, undermine, and destroy this president. He’s obsessed.”

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Judicial tyranny: DC judge mandates right to Medicaid for able-bodied adults without work requirement

Courts have become the final arbiter of cultural issues and now even border and national security issues. Thus, it was only a matter of time before they ventured into fiscal/economic issues. Recently, several states have been conditioning Medicaid eligibility upon work requirements. Arkansas, Kentucky, and New Hampshire got a waiver from HHS to require that non-disabled beneficiaries under 65 show that they have completed a certain number of hours of work requirements or similar community engagement. The issue is popular with the public, but now, one man, Judge James Boasberg, has taken it upon himself to prevent every state throughout the country from enacting this commonsense reform.

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Trump’s tax returns required under new California election law

President Trump will be ineligible for California’s primary ballot next year unless he discloses his tax returns under a state law that took effect immediately Tuesday, an unprecedented mandate that is almost certain to spark a high-profile court fight and might encourage other states to adopt their own unconventional rules for presidential candidates.

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Chris Wray’s FBI continues to cover for team Comey’s treasonous coup

The FBI is going to court to fight the public release of a small number of documents the State Department sent to agents from Christopher Steele, the British intelligence operative and Hillary Clinton-paid political muckraker, during the 2016 election.

Normally, such Freedom of Information Act cases don’t merit public attention. This one does.

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ACLJ obtains Obama’s DOJ immunity agreement with Hillary’s lawyers to ‘dispose of evidence and refuse to comply with federal law’

These agreements reveal that James Comey’s Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) and Loretta Lynch’s Department of Justice (DOJ) granted immunity to Hillary Clinton’s aids and lawyers, Cheryl Mills and Heather Samuelson, from prosecution for anything found on their laptops violating multiple felony criminal statutes governing the mishandling of classified information and/or the removal or destruction of records, including Espionage Act provisions. Further, the DOJ and FBI also agreed to evade the statutory requirements of the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) by purporting to deem the contents of the laptops as not under DOJ or FBI “custody or control.”

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Joe diGenova announces declassified docs will be released this week

Joe diGenova made a few stunning announcements today during an interview on WMAL radio. The former U.S. Attorney announced that declassified documents will begin being released to the public this week. Even better, diGenova announced that U.S. Attorney John Durham is conducting a full criminal investigation and not just a “federal review”.

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