Posts Tagged ‘ruling’

Oklahoma state officials resist Supreme Court ruling affirming tribal authority over American Indian country

Image Credit: crimsonedge34 via Wikimedia Commons It’s unusual for someone to ask the U.S. Supreme Court to revisit one of its decisions. It’s very rare for that to happen almost immediately after the ruling was issued. But in the two years since the court’s ruling in a key case about Native American rights, the state […]

Supreme Court ruling allows Deep State to hide its secret torture activities

Supreme Court ruling allows Deep State to hide its secret torture activities NaturalNews.com / Kevin Hughes (Natural News) The Supreme Court ruled on March 3 that government contractors can be protected from revealing their covert activities concerning the alleged torture of 9/11 detainees. The case referred to Abu Zubaydah, a man who was tortured brutally […]

That time Jackson shredded Trump in a federal court ruling

When the House’s lawsuit seeking to enforce a subpoena against former Trump White House Counsel Donald McGahn was randomly assigned to Jackson in 2019, the consensus among court watchers was that Trump was likely to be fileted. What emerged from Jackson was an 118-page jeremiad that did not mince words in dissecting Trump’s claim that […]

Pfizer CEO Condemns SCOTUS Ruling As A ‘Clear Violation Of Our Constitutional Right To Produce Experimental Drugs And Use The Full Power Of Government To Force The Entire Population To Inject Them Into Their Bodies’

NEW YORK, NY—Responding to a 6-3 SCOTUS decision striking down President Biden’s unconstitutional vaccine mandate, Pfizer’s CEO Albert Bourla took to CNN to condemn the ruling, which he says “violates our God-given constitutional right to produce experimental drugs and use the full power of government to force the entire population to inject them into their bodies.” “I know private […]

Alien lizards are ruling the planet, according to thousands of millennials

Alien lizards are ruling the planet, according to thousands of millennials David Icke / Gareth Icke – memes and headline comments by David Icke EXCLUSIVE – A poll found that 12% of people between the ages of 24 and 35 believed that the world is being ruled by lizards in human form – including the […]

UK Gold Ruling Based On ‘Illegal Interference’ In Venezuela

Above Photo: Demonstrators in London protest in front of the Bank of England against the expropriation of Venezuelan assets on February 23, 2019. Venezuela Solidarity Campaign. “Juan Guaido has never been elected president of Venezuela and his recognition as such is itself a crime,” argued international law expert Dock Currie. Mexico City, Mexico, December 20, […]

Assange Ruling a Dangerous Precedent for Journalists and British Justice

On Friday, the English High Court paved the way for WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange to be extradited to the United States and tried over the publication of hundreds of thousands of documents, some of which contained evidence of US and British war crimes in Iraq and Afghanistan. The decision reversed a ruling in January by a lower […]

Bulgarian elections: Slight lead for new anti-corruption PP party over ex-ruling GERB — exit polls

Bulgaria’s third election in eight months looks to be a tight race with exit polls putting a newly created anti-corruption party just ahead of the former ruling GERB party. According to surveys late on Sunday night, the new centrist party We Continue the Change (PP) has a three-point lead, with a surprise 26% of the […]

Poles protest one year after court ruling restricted abortion rights

Poles took to the streets on Friday night to mark the one year anniversary of a constitutional court ruling that restricted abortion rights in Poland in October 2020. Protests were held in Warsaw and other cities but numbers were far smaller than the demonstrations that followed last year’s ruling, the biggest in three decades since […]

One year after Poland’s anti-abortion ruling, human rights activists face attacks

It has been a year since Poland’s Constitutional Tribunal further tightened what was already one of the most restrictive abortion legislation in Europe. On October 22, 2020, the court ruled it was unconstitutional for women to terminate their pregnancies even in cases of severe and irreversible foetal defects, leading to a near-total ban on abortion […]

Video: Megalomaniac Pelosi Admits She “Thinks A Lot” About “Ruling The World”

During a speech before NATO delegates in Lisbon, Portugal Monday, House Speaker Nancy Pelosi admitted that she daydreams about what she would do if she “ruled the world”. “When people ask me, ‘If you ruled the world, what one thing would you do?’ – I think about that a lot,” Pelosi said, cackling, as she […]

Poland sees pro-EU rallies as battle lines drawn over court ruling

Tens of thousands protested across Poland on Sunday in support of the European Union amid a bitter row with Brussels over the primacy of European over national courts. A crowd in Warsaw’s Castle Square waved European flags and chanted “We are staying” three days after Poland’s constitutional court ruled that Polish law superseded European, setting […]

Fumio Kishida is Now an Elected Head of Japan’s Ruling Party

On September 29, Japan’s conservative Liberal Democratic Party, which has led the country almost continuously (with two short breaks) since the mid 1950s of the last century, held party elections to its leader. In the last 10 years, the LDP, in coalition with the minority Komeito Party, whose ideology is essentially based on Buddhism, has […]

Yoshihide Suga will Not Run for Re-election as Leader of the Ruling LDP

On September 3 this year, the current Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga announced that he would not run for president of the ruling (still and for now) Liberal Democratic Party. It also means that he will not be able to retain his top government position in case of a (not predetermined) LDP victory in the […]

Mexican Supreme Court decriminalises abortion in ‘historic ruling’

Mexico’s Supreme Court ruled unanimously to decriminalise abortion on Tuesday. The decision specifically annulled parts of the penal code in Coahuila, a northern Mexican state bordering Texas, where women and others who performed abortions faced prison sentences. Abortion is currently only legal in Mexico City and the states of Oaxaca, Hidalgo and Veracruz. Another 28 […]

Ruling Class Increasingly Calls Upon The Private Sector To Make Lives Of The “Unvaccinated” Difficult

Is anyone sick of being ruled and owned yet? The ruling class is not letting up and increasingly calling upon businesses in the private sector to help them roll out the permanent slave state. They aren’t even trying to hide the fact that they want to own us, our bodies, and our minds at this […]

The “New Deals” of the Ruling Class w/ Cory Morningstar

Podcast Episodes Whitney is joined by Cory Morningstar to discuss the renewed push for a “Global Green New Deal” and the complementary “New Deal for Nature” and how both aim to market the corporate capture of nature as “sustainable development” to the public. Also discussed is how the complete reinvention of the global financial system […]

Donziger Slams Criminal Contempt Ruling

Above Photo: Climate activists gathered in Manhattan to support human rights attorney Steven Donziger on Park Avenue in Manhattan of New York City, United States on June 10, 2021. Tayfun Coskun/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images. “The United States has now become one of those countries where environmental advocates are attacked, put in jail, or even […]

Mississippi asks Supreme Court to overturn Roe v Wade ruling that ensured abortion rights

Mississippi has asked the US Supreme Court to overturn the landmark Roe v Wade ruling that guarantees abortion rights. Lawyers for the state have asked the country’s highest court to throw out the 1973 ruling that recognised that women have a constitutional right to the procedure. Mississippi’s Republican  Attorney General, Lynn Fitch, filed papers with […]

Turkey Condemns EU Court Ruling on Headscarf Ban as Violation of Freedoms

ANKARA—Turkey on Sunday slammed a ruling by a top European Union court allowing the banning of headscarves under certain conditions as a “clear violation of religious freedoms,” adding the move would exacerbate prejudices against Muslim women in Europe. The Luxembourg-based European Court of Justice (CJEU) ruled on Thursday that companies in the bloc can ban […]

Voting rights ruling increases pressure on Democrats to act

Congressional Democrats are facing renewed pressure to pass legislation that would protect voting rights after a Supreme Court ruling made it harder to challenge Republican efforts to limit ballot access in many states. The 6-3 ruling Thursday on a case out of Arizona was the second time in a decade that conservatives on the Supreme […]

Tribes say voting access hurt by US Supreme Court ruling

The largest Native American reservation in the U.S. includes parts of three Arizona counties, all of which had different approaches to precinct voting in the 2020 general election. Voters in Apache County had to cast ballots at the polling location they were assigned. People registered in Navajo County could vote anywhere in the county. Coconino […]

‘The Great Reset’, Transitioning the Ruling Oligarch’s Into ‘Brave New’ Technocratic Plutocrat’s

TECHNOCRACY: ‘The Great Reset’, Transitioning the Ruling Oligarch’s Into ‘Brave New’ Technocratic Plutocrat’s The Smoking Man  Source – strategic-culture.org “…The aim of the Great Reset is to transition the ruling plutocratic oligarchy into a technocratic one. The basis of plutocracy is finance, and the introduction of AI and automation eliminates the basis for finance as […]

Polish workers fear job losses after EU ruling to close lignite mine

Politicians in Poland along with people living in the south-west of the country have criticised a ruling by the European Court of Justice to close one of the nation’s biggest lignite coal mines. Turów is on the border of Czechia and Germany and it was the Czech government that took legal action to close the […]

The Unexpected Ruling of the Seoul Court

The issue of the lawsuits that South Korea is bringing against Japan has a long history.  When Japan and the ROK established diplomatic relations in 1965, Tokyo paid substantial compensation and provided interest-free loans to Seoul, which were not a determining but important part of the “miracle at Hangangan”. Although these sums were sent to […]

Scheer Intelligence: The Ruling Class’ Revenge Against Julian Assange

Above image: Mr. Fish. Pulitzer Prize-winner Chris Hedges joins Robert Scheer to discuss the WikiLeaks founder’s plight as he languishes in a British prison. The mistreatment of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange over the past decade has been defined as “psychological torture” by the UN Special Rapporteur on Torture, Nils Melzer. Yet, there is still no real […]

Canadian court ruling sends settlement wine labels back to square one

In what might best be described as a “very cautious” decision (at least one Palestine-friendly lawyer considers it a victory), today (May 5), the Canadian Federal Court of Appeal (FCA) dismissed the Trudeau government’s appeal of a lower court ruling that ‘Product of Israel’ labels on Israeli settlement wines are “false, misleading and deceptive,” all […]

Israel’s Chief Rabbi Ruling That Ethiopian Jews Are ‘Full-Fledged Jews’ Proves No Jews Are Real Israelites

When Israel announced this week that it intended to deport almost 100 “Black Israelites” who had emigrated to Israel from Chicago in the 1970s, it raised a persistent problem in Israel — how “Jews of color” are treated, especially the so-called “Beta Israel” Jews from Ethiopia who are still openly discriminated against: While racial tensions […]

France’s justice minister aims to change law after court ruling on Halimi murder

Browse > Home / News / France’s justice minister aims to change law after court ruling on Halimi murder April 29, 2021 by JNS Read on for article France’s Justice Minister Eric Dupond-Moretti plans to introduce a bill to change French law after a court ruled that the 27-year-old man who killed Jewish woman Sarah […]

French Jewish judge resigns to protest ruling in Sarah Halimi case

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