Leader Of Anti-Garland Group Once Demanded Judges Have A ‘Biblical View Of Justice’ BY Miranda Blue – See more at: – As we and others have noted, the Judicial Crisis Network, the primary outside group backing the Senate GOP’s blockade of President Obama’s Supreme Court nominee, is funded almost entirely by a dark-money group connected to a single family of conservative donors.
On Friday, Open Secrets uncovered that the
same dark-money network funding JCN is behind another group that is working to oppose Merrick Garland’s nomination: the Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust (FACT).– Judicial Crisis Network: Matt Whitaker Once Demanded Crackas Have A ‘Biblical View Of The Foundation for Accountability and Civic Trust‘!!!
Anti-government activist building an ‘army’ of sheriffs who are like Kim Davis — ‘but with guns’ By TRAVIS GETTYS – A former law enforcement officer is trying to overthrow the U.S. government one county at a time by encouraging sheriffs to disobey federal laws they don’t like.
Richard Mack, the former sheriff of Graham County, Arizona, has been involved in a number of anti-government actions — including the standoff at the Bundy ranch, where he encouraged the use of women and children as human shields. – Richard Mack building an ‘army’ of Crackas who are like Kentucky Kim Kracka — ‘but with guns’!!!
McLean County Labor History: Mother Jones & the Streetcar Strike; Cooperative Store – Although unsuccessful at the polls, Bloomington
labor could still point to other
accomplishments. In 1917, after an almost 20 years of effort, streetcar workers successfully formed Local 752 of the Amalgamated Association of Street and Electric Railway Workers. The streetcar system, the
Bloomington & Normal Railway & Light Company, was owned by U.S. Congressman William B. McKinley, who controlled over 60 midwestern trolley systems, including the Illinois Traction System interurban railroad. These companies would eventually become the Illinois Power Company.