How Feds Fight No-Fly Lawsuit: No-Fly A Witness & Then Lie About It

Techdirt reported today on the lawsuit of a Stanford PhD student, Rahinah Ibrahim, who is suing the US government over their no-fly list. The Feds are exercising complete discretion, barring people from traveling without have to show cause and with no appeal permitted on the part of the victim. Apparently, one of the people set to testify in the case, Ibrahim’s oldest daughter, Raihan Mustafa Kamal (an American citizen, born in the US), was blocked from boarding her flight to the US to appear at Read more […]

Pro-Choice Journalist Now Pro-Life After Covering Gosnell Trial

The murder trial of Dr. Kermit Gosnell could have national ramifications if he is convicted of the charges against him.  However, very few of the mainstream media have bothered to cover the trial.  The courtroom seats reserved for media remain mostly vacant day after day.  They don’t want to cover the trial because it deals with abortion and paints a very gory picture at the controversial practice. However, there have been a few reporters there covering the trial, but they are largely from Read more […]

Can A Family Re-open “Fast and Furious”?

I have to hope so, because after Benghazi, the election, and now “the Fiscal Cliff,” the whole world seems to want to move on. But they shouldn’t. This is a horrific story that, despite a whitewash that tries to scapegoat lower level agents and bureaucrats, seems to go all the way to the White House. Why else would Obama invoke “executive privilege” to prevent the release of information? But now a family of one of the victims is taking action: “The family of slain U.S. Border Patrol Read more […]