Year: 2022

Superior Court Clerks Legally Pocketing Thousands in Passport Processing | 20 Dec 2022 | Rachel Polansky
ATLANTA, Ga. (Atlanta News First) – A controversial law allowing superior court clerks to personally pocket money when processing passports could draw new scrutiny in next year’s General Assembly.
“Concerned would be a mild word to use,” state Sen. Kay Kirkpatrick (R-Marietta) said….

Totalitarianism has been defined as total centralized state power coupled with the obliteration of individual human rights. By supporting big government at the expense of the individual, the Democrat Party under Obama and Biden has been transforming America into a totalitarian nightmare.

From Dodge v. Evergreen School Dist. #114, decided today by the Ninth Circuit (Judge Danielle Forrest, joined by Judge Michael Daly Hawkins and Court of International Trade Judge Jane Restani):

The question in this case is whether the First Amendment was violated when a principal told a teacher he could not bring his Make America Great Again (MAGA) hat with him to teacher-only trainings on threat of disciplinary action and when the school board affirmed the denial of the teacher’s harassment complaint filed against the principal….

Fernando Camacho of Santa Cruz is accused of involvement in the 2019 coup
Rioters have set fire to the prosecutor’s office in Santa Cruz de la Sierra, the capital of Bolivia’s largest province, in protest over the arrest of governor Fernando Camacho. The national government in La Paz condemned the violence on Thursday and said that the detained politician was alive and well.
The authorities are “respecting [the] constitutional rights and human rights” of Camacho, who has not been harmed, Bolivian Justice Minister Eduardo Del Castillo said on Thursday.