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Trump Administration To Replace Travel Ban With Broader “Targeted” Restrictions: WSJ

After repeatedly asking the Supreme Court to overturn parts of appellate court rulings that have sought to limit the scope of the White House’s controversial travel ban as US judges have continued their unceasing assault on Trump’s order even after the Supreme Court granted a temporary stay, WSJ is reporting this morning that the administration […]

As Millions Of Venezuelans Try To Flee The Country They Run Into A Problem

While shortages of basic foods, medicines, and toilet paper may be a major societal problem, the people of Venezuela face an even more existential problem: the nation now lacks the materials to meet the soaring demand for new passports – making it almost impossible to leave the socialist utopia. "People used to move to Venezuela […]

U.S. Marshals Scan Passenger Retinas to Board Flight: “Like Everyone Else, I Complied”

During the war on terrorism, Americans compromised their liberties to fight for freedom. Now, during the war on immigration, Americans will again be compelled to sacrifice liberties for American sovereignty. In the name of security, anywhere, anytime. All measures will be justified, everyone will be authorized and the population will be controlled. That is the […]

IRS Travel Ban For U.S. Citizens: “Due Process Undermined Significantly”

This article was written by Shaun Bradley and originally published at The Anti-Media.org. Editor’s Comment: These days, it might not take as much as you think to rack up $50k in back taxes. If you do, forget about legally traveling anywhere outside the country. With a barrage of headlines about the travel ban against Muslims, […]

Exposed As A “Putin Stooge”, Russia Obliges Paul Craig Roberts’s Request for Passport… Developing

Putin watches the latest fictional drama unfolding inside the United States – the scourge of “fake news.” Fake News has become an epidemic; and treason, espionage and an aversion to the collapse of American prosperity and dignity has taken over the people of the Internet, bewildered by all the disinformation that flows from it. Just a short […]

Define “Terrorist”: The Case For a Second Passport

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. lfb.org / By Chris Campbell / Feb 4, 2016 Imagine: You make it to the airport, for once, without having to rush. You’re feeling good. It’s been a long time since you’ve had the chance to “get away from it all.” You wait […]

The IRS Can Nix Your Right to Travel: “They Could Revoke Your Passport on Your Honeymoon”

Never mind the fact that the IRS itself has been unconstitutionally taxing most Americans for the past century. If you are found to be delinquent in paying your taxes,the IRS can now revoke your passport, and prevent you from traveling until you’ve been cleared by the tax behemoth. As USA Today reports: A new enforcement […]

US War on Your Passport Continues

lewrockwell.com / By Daniel McAdams / July 24, 2015 Unconvinced that the US government would do such a thing? Check the bill coming to the Senate Floor. Section 52102 of the Highway Funding bill, to be taken up by the Senate today,  states: If the Secretary receives certification by the Commissioner of Internal Revenue that […]

Three of the BEST ways to obtain a second passport (and one to AVOID)

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. sovereignman.com / by Simon Black on December 15, 2014 On October 9, 1939, Friedrich Nottebohm applied to become a naturalized citizen of Liechtenstein. Nottebohm had been living in Guatemala since 1905, and as World War II started heating up, he became concerned that his […]

Passport Denials Long a Feature of U.S. Foreign Policy

Be prepared for the next great transfer of wealth. Buy physical silver and storable food. lewrockwell.com / By Mark Nestmann / January 10, 2013 In between eggnog, opening gifts, along with a bout of flu, last week I reviewed a fascinating article dealing with the near century-long tradition of passport denials by U.S. officials. You can […]