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Thoughts continued: A tweet by tweet account of the @ADCSovereignty Vancouver #CdnFATCATrial

The role of social media "Twitter is a new kind of collection for the @LibraryCongress but an important one to its mission." http://t.co/0U5vbipobu — Citizenship Lawyer (@ExpatriationLaw) August 13, 2015 Yes, the Library of Congress archives Tweets. An element of

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Message in a bottle (or from my basement): Why a Charter of Rights is necessary to protect freedom from democracy

"Protection of fundamental rights for minorities even in a democratic system is part and parcel of modern democracy." http://t.co/BuTk2wtCUf — Citizenship Lawyer (@ExpatriationLaw) July 4, 2015 The above tweet references the following comment at the Isaac Brock Society site from

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@ADCSovereignty #FATCA IGA lawsuit continues to be newsworthy and provides education and leadership to the world

@ADCSovereignty #FATCA IGA lawsuit continues to be newsworthy and provides education and leadership to the world https://t.co/0K9zKqTBvt — Citizenship Lawyer (@ExpatriationLaw) February 28, 2015 The lawsuit launched against Canada’s FATCA IGA will be remembered as part of the history of

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Congratulations to @ADCSovereignty lawyer Joe Arvay – SCC allows doctor assisted suicide

Doctor-assisted suicide allowed by Supreme Court in specific cases http://t.co/4dJ3VxulkQ – Congrats to @ADCSovereignty lawyer Joe Arvay — Citizenship Lawyer (@ExpatriationLaw) February 6, 2015 The decision in Carter v. Canada was unanimous. The decision was based in part on S.

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