Article 50 Of The Treaty Of Lisbon The Lisbon Treaty, became law in December 2009. The Lisbon Treaty is designed to make the EU “more democratic, more transparent and more efficient”. The Treaty is an agreement signed by the heads … Continue reading
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Ex Police and Crime Commissioner Adam Simmonds To Wait Several Weeks For Ruling On Data Breach Allegations. Adam Simmonds, 39, is accused of passing information about a criminal investigation into Mr Bone to Tory colleagues between November 2013 … Continue reading
British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) Last updated on Saturday 22nd April 2017. The British Broadcasting Corporation (BBC) is a British public service broadcaster. It is headquartered at Broadcasting House in London, … Search Results On Parents Rights Blog The BBC is … Continue reading
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Watch And Listen To Nancy Schaefer World Congress On Families Nancy Schaefer World Congress on Families 1″ on YouTube by clicking here → Nancy Schaefer Member of the Georgia Senate from the 50th district In office 2004–2008 Succeeded by Jim … Continue reading
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Banks Have Become A Global Empire Unto Themselves Source: AGreenRoad Project – A Science Of Sustainable Health/Success: Bankers, CIA, Drug Dealing, HSBC, Vatican Money Laundering For Drug Cartels And Dirty Politics – No Banker Goes To Jail And Nobody Is … Continue reading
Ending Rapists Parental Rights When A Child Is Conceived During Rape Parental Rights Abuses People are always dumbfounded to learn this fact: under Maryland state law, men who impregnate women in the course of sexually assaulting them actually have … Continue reading
System-Suckology: Thoughts on Pizzagate Connection to CPS Vs. The Real Child Welfare Pedophiles Article by Legally Kidnapped Monday, December 05, 2016 I’m sure that many of you are by now aware of and jumping on the Pizzagate train. I’ve … Continue reading