Protect Your Assets From Creditors and Thieves

Denial Changes Nothing There are many reasons to protect your assets from Creditors or litigious parties. Whether you own a lot or a little you should have certain protections in place to keep what is rightfully yours. If you have a bank account you need to be protected from Creditors, ex spouses, children’s ex spouses, … More Protect Your Assets From Creditors and Thieves

Judges Rule Against Trump Travel Ban for Third Time

Oct 19, 2017  by  Warren Mass   Federal judges Derrick Watson and Theodore Chuang are at it again: Apparently, neither of them can stand the idea of President Trump imposing restrictions on citizens from eight mostly Muslim countries from entering the United States. On October 17, U.S. District Judge Derrick Watson of Hawaii granted the state … More Judges Rule Against Trump Travel Ban for Third Time

Early Voting Disadvantages Seem to Outweigh Benefits

Oct 16, 2017 by Hans von Spakovsky   Early voting —- opening a limited number of locations where people can cast their ballots prior to Election Day —- is a “reform” that states should reconsider. Its disadvantages seem to outweigh its benefits. Until the 1980s, states offered Americans only two ways to vote: in person on Election Day, or … More Early Voting Disadvantages Seem to Outweigh Benefits

VIDEO Project Veritas Videos Continue to Expose New York Times Liberal Bias

Oct 17, 2017 by  C. Mitchell Shaw   With the release of the third in a series of Project Veritas “American Pravda” videos exposing the New York Times, the “newspaper of record” may soon find itself in very real trouble. And while the Times may not be in immediate danger of dying from that exposure, the damage … More VIDEO Project Veritas Videos Continue to Expose New York Times Liberal Bias

Democrats Challenge The Right Of Trump To Rescind Obama Order That A Federal Court Declared Unconstitutional

October 16, 2017 jonathanturley There are now eighteen states and the District of Columbia lined up to challenge the executive order by President Donald Trump to rescind the Obama order giving insurance companies billions in subsidies . . . without an appropriation of Congress.  As explained below, this challenge advances a rather curious claim that Trump cannot rescind … More Democrats Challenge The Right Of Trump To Rescind Obama Order That A Federal Court Declared Unconstitutional

Federal Judge Re-affirms Tradition of Congressional Prayer

Oct 14, 2017 by  Dave Bohon A federal judge has re-affirmed the constitutionality of prayer in the U.S. Congress, ruling that Supreme Court precedent undergirds the long tradition of prayer opening each congressional session, along with the House rules that govern the practice. The decision comes in response to a lawsuit filed by Daniel Barker, president … More Federal Judge Re-affirms Tradition of Congressional Prayer

Sessions and DOJ Give Sanctuary Cities “Last Chance” to Comply

Oct 13, 2017  by  Warren Mass   The Justice Department posted a press release on October 12 noting that the DOJ has provided a “last chance” for “sanctuary cities” to comply with 8 U.S.C. 1373 — “Communication between government agencies and the Immigration and Naturalization Service.” The first paragraph of the law reads: Notwithstanding any other … More Sessions and DOJ Give Sanctuary Cities “Last Chance” to Comply

Supreme Court Dismisses One of Two Trump Travel Ban Cases

Oct 12, 2017 by  Warren Mass   The U.S. Supreme Court on October 10 dismissed one of two cases brought to it challenging President Donald Trump’s ban on visitors from mostly Muslim countries where terrorists have a strong presence. In a one-page order, the court acted in one of two cases pending before the nine justices … More Supreme Court Dismisses One of Two Trump Travel Ban Cases

Congress Considers Bill to Reduce Federal Overcriminalization

Oct 11, 2017 by  Alex Newman   In an effort to restore some semblance of justice to the federal government’s sprawling “criminal justice” machine, a coalition of U.S. lawmakers including liberty-minded Senator Rand Paul (R-Ky.) are pursuing reforms that would force the feds to prove suspects were willfully committing a crime. With tens of thousands of … More Congress Considers Bill to Reduce Federal Overcriminalization

Pro-gun Victory: D.C. Decides Not to Appeal Concealed Carry Ruling to Supreme Court

Oct 5, 2017 by  Bob Adelman Effective Thursday, residents of the nation’s capital seeking a concealed carry permit won’t have to show a “good or proper reason” to obtain it. That’s because anti-gun politicians on Washington, D.C.’s council think it’s too risky for them to take their case to the Supreme Court, considering the current political climate there. … More Pro-gun Victory: D.C. Decides Not to Appeal Concealed Carry Ruling to Supreme Court