By Stewart Jones June 15th, 2018, marked the 803 anniversary of the signing of the Magna Carta, a monumental moment for the advancement of liberty. Due process and trial by jury remain to be some of the most important safeguards for freedom against tyrannical government. The Magna Carta or “Great
By Aaron Kesel According to a tweet by the internationally known organization WikiLeaks, its founder’s fate may be decided within a mere few days or weeks, and Julian Assange might be handed over on a silver platter by Ecuador to the UK government. Then presumably Assange will be handed over
By Josef Davies As September falls across California, seasonal travelers wait by the side of the road with cardboard signs, all heading towards the north. Many have flown over from Europe or South America to pursue ‘trimming’ work — the practice of preparing marijuana to be sold on the market.
By John Vibes This week, Olga Sanchez Cordero, the future interior minister of incoming Mexican president Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador, announced that the government is strongly considering the decriminalization of all drugs. Sanchez Cordero said at a seminar that she has full permission from the incoming administration to do whatever
By Michael Boldin The federal government says it’s illegal to grow hemp for commercial purposes. But people in more than 17 states are doing it anyway. [embedded content] TAC memberships help us produce more educational tools like this. Members can download this video and read the full transcript here. FOLLOW TAC: YouTube:
By Aaron and Melissa Dykes, Truthstream Media It’s finally finished… the feature-length documentary we’ve been working on for what seems like forever is finally out! (Yes, this is why we’ve been so quiet lately.) The full film is up for rent right now on Vimeo and we’re taking DVD preorders
By Phillip Schneider On July 9th, President Trump’s announced Brett Kavanaugh as his nominee for the Supreme Court to replace retiring Justice Anthony Kennedy, and who has already begun facing intense scrutiny over issues such as Roe V. Wade, the Second Amendment, and Net Neutrality. However, Kavanaugh’s stance on the
Op-Ed by Janet Phelan The television room was overflowing at Sistering, a drop-in center in Toronto for prospective immigrants, streetwalkers and others economically challenged. A black man was running for President of the United States and not only the Sistering black women were riveted by the tall, handsome man who
By Michael Maharrey On Saturday, a Kentucky law went into effect requiring police to get a warrant before engaging in drone surveillance in most situations. The new law not only establishes important privacy protections at the state level, it will also help thwart the federal surveillance state. Rep. Diane St.