KSLA News – Government to use Pastors to split up families

KSLA News – Government to use Pastors to split up families.

Reported on over one year ago by alternative news website prisonplanet.com and now confirmed by TV News KSLA and admitted to by authorities and clergy:
Pastors have been engaging in crowd and population control by use of Bible passage Romans 13, claiming God wants everyone to obey governments even while they split up whole families in the wake of a national emergency or martial law declaration.

Some say this is clearly misuse of clergy for propaganda.

Tell everyone you know.

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Attorney General Tom Corbet 4/17/10 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania on case law and the Constitution 2 of 5

Attorney General Tom Corbet 4/17/10 Pittsburgh Pennsylvania on case law and the Constitution Pt 2 of 5

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The Path of Constitutional Law: Continuity Crossroads Crisis

The path of constitutional law has indeed run through the Nation’s most pivotal events and controversies—from the Civil War to the Cold War, from industrialization to the computer age, and from states’ rights to civil rights. How well has the Constitution mediated society’s most basic conflicts? What are the most important issues that remain unsettled in constitutional law? And can our Constitution be readily adapted to the challenges on the horizon? In this presentation from UC Berkeley School of Law, six of the nation’s top legal scholars address these questions and more. [10/2005] [Public Affairs] [Show ID: 11153]

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Brad Bannon on Supreme Court back in session

Scott interviews Washington DC political strategist Brad Bannon

(Huffington Post)

First Amendment cases top the Supreme Court’s docket as it begins a new term with a new justice and three women on the bench for the first time.

The court will look at provocative anti-gay protests at military funerals and a California law banning the sale of violent video games to children. These cases worry free speech advocates, who fear the court could limit First Amendment freedoms.

The funeral protest lawsuit, over signs praising American war deaths, “is one of those cases that tests our commitment to the First Amendment,” said Steven Shapiro, legal director of the American Civil Liberties Union.

Another case involves a different aspect of the First Amendment, the government’s relationship to religion. The justices will decide whether Arizona’s income tax credit scholarship program, in essence, directs state money to religious schools in violation of the constitutional separation of church and state.
More at http://lbnnews.com

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THE SUPREME COURT | Episode 1 Excerpt | PBS

“The key lesson of Marbury vs. Madison is: Don’t give important documents to your brother.” –Ernest A. Young, University of Texas at Austin Check out this preview of The Supreme Court airing on PBS January 31, 2007 (check local listings). Episode 1: One Nation Under Law examines the creation of the court and follows it through the brink of the Civil War, paying particular attention to the fourth chief justice of the Supreme Court — John Marshall — and to his successor, Roger Taney … PBS …

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News Debate over UIGEA (10/24/07)

News debate over UIGEA with Howard Lederer on CNBC. This interview takes place during the Poker Players Alliance DC Fly-In Event

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Jennifer Beals – Jennifer Beals – Law & Order – Charity Case S17E12 extract 2

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Fox News Misrepresents Treason?

20+ MORE examples of Fox News Biased Video Editing at http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=814374ED833C9047

100+ MORE examples of Fox News Bias at http://www.youtube.com/view_play_list?p=A3BD2524FE99BD4D

Whether it’s misrepresenting the law of treason or the applicability of Miranda warnings, Fox News contributors on “Fox and Friends” this week spent a lot of time making a false legal distinction between citizens and non-citizens in the discussion of the arrest of Faisal Shahzad, the man accused of planting an SUV bomb in New York City’s Times Square on May 1, as I show in this video.

The clips of Fox News anchor Gretchen Carlson and Fox News legal analyst Peter Johnson, Jr., come from the segment on Fox News’ “Fox and Friends” broadcast May 5, 2010, available in the foxnewschannel YouTube video titled “Terror and Treason” at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ld2zP53kYCE

The clips of Fox News senior judicial analyst Andrew Napalitano, Fox News commentator Glenn Beck, and Fox News anchor Brian Kilmeade come from a segment on Fox News’ “Fox and Friends” broadcast May 4, 2010 (which I have not been able to find online).

The image of my February 2010 video titled “Sarah Palin Says Only Americans Worthy of Rights?” comes from the YouTube player page at http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g3fm_IQ5Hco

The quote of Article III, Section 3 of the US Constitution comes from the Cornell University Law School page at http://topics.law.cornell.edu/constitution/articleiii

And, finally, the quote from the US Supreme Court case of Radich v. Hutchins, 95 U.S. 210 (1877) comes from the webpage at http://supreme.justia.com/us/95/210/case.html

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Arizona immigration law sparks controversy

The western US state of Arizona has enacted the toughest immigration law in the country aimed at cracking down on hundreds of thousands of undocumented immigrants.

Barack Obama, the US president, has called the law “misguided” and expressed concern over possible civil rights implications.

Activists say the new legislation legalises racial profiling and discrimination, and right groups have vowed to take their case to the nation’s highest courts.

The new legislation is likely to reignite a national debate on the reform of the US federal immigration system, as Al Jazeera’s Monica Villamizar explains. (Apr 24, 2010)

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