US Tells Snowden Return Home To “Face Justice” Or Risk Conscription In Russian Army

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US Tells Snowden Return Home To "Face Justice" Or Risk Conscription In Russian Army Upon learning of Monday's decree signed by Vladimir Putin to grant Russian citizenship to ex-NSA employee Edward Snowden after having been given asylum since he arrived there in 2013, the US administration called on Snowden to return to American soil to "face justice". "Mr. Snowden should return to the United States where he should face justice as any other American citizen would," State Department spokesman Ned Price said Monday. Edward Snowden posted a photo of his family to Twitter on Monday. But Price followed with a…

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California Slammed by Appeals Court Ruling Halting Immigration Power Grab

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A federal court has stopped California dead in its tracks on a law intended to spring illegal immigrants from immigration detention. The United States Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit on Monday ruled against a state law that would have prohibited privately run immigration detention facilities from operating within the state. The law, Assembly Bill 32, signed by Gov. Gavin Newsom in 2019, would have prohibited the use of any private detention facilities within the Golden State. It would not only have applied to facilities contracted through the state, but to facilities contracted by the federal government, as well.…

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Four regions vote to join Russia: What’s next?

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The accession process of Donbass and two regions of southern Ukraine to Russia will include several steps The Donetsk and Lugansk People’s Republics (LPR and DPR) along with Kherson Region and part of Zaporozhye Region in southern Ukraine have voted to join Russia in referendums that were held between September 23 and 27. In Lugansk, more than 98% of voters have supported the idea to join Russia, official figures show with all the ballots counted. Donetsk has shown similar results after counting over a half of the ballots. Both Zaporozhye and Kherson regions have process all the ballots by late…

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Loudmouth Lindsey Leaves Constitution Behind

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Loudmouth Lindsey Leaves Constitution Behind Authored by Frank Miele via RealClear Wire, 160223-Z-CD688-271 Frank Grass from USA   President Biden has made a mockery of the Constitution with one illegal decision after another. His high-handed decree that he would forgive $10,000 in student loan debt for each person lucky enough to have student debt was just the latest.   You can add that to the failure to defend the border against invasion, an insistence on using the COVID crisis to unilaterally legislate vaccine mandates and eviction moratoriums, and his administration’s collusion with Big Tech to censor conservative speech. But Joe…

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SC sets up another five-judge Constitution bench, to hear batch of pleas against demonetisation

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​​​ At present three five-judge Constitution benches headed by Chief Justice UU Lalit and Justices DY Chandrachud and Sanjay Kishan Kaul are hearing various contentious issues, which were pending for years.

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SC Constitution bench to hear on Nov 9 plea related to Delhi-Centre row over control of services

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The Supreme Court on Tuesday said a five-judge Constitution bench would hear on November 9 the legal issue concerning the scope of legislative and executive powers of the Centre and Delhi government over control of services in the national capital.

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