Brexit’s Popularity Leads to Snap British Election

April 18, 2017 by  Steve Byas   An old English proverb goes, “There will always be an England, and England will always be free, if England means as much to you as England means to me.” Apparently, this desire for a “free” England remains strong enough that support for Brexit — the British leaving the … More Brexit’s Popularity Leads to Snap British Election

Kansas Secretary of State Obtains First Conviction for Noncitizen Voting

April 17, 2017  by  Warren Mass On April 12, Kansas Secretary of State Kris Kobach announced that he has obtained his first conviction of a non-U.S. citizen who illegally voted in a Kansas election. A press release posted by Kobach’s office on his departmental web page noted that he had secured a guilty plea on … More Kansas Secretary of State Obtains First Conviction for Noncitizen Voting

Congressman to Constituents: You Don’t Pay My Salary

April 13, 2017 by  Michael Tennant   An Oklahoma congressman was caught on video telling constituents that the notion that they pay his salary is “bullcrap” — a remark that has not exactly boosted his popularity. Responding to a question at a Tuesday town hall in Jay, Oklahoma, Congressman Markwayne Mullin (shown), a Republican who … More Congressman to Constituents: You Don’t Pay My Salary

Senators Rushing to White House With Names to Fill Judgeship Vacancies

April 10, 2017 by  Bob Adelmann   In anticipation of Judge Neil Gorsuch’s confirmation by the Senate, Colorado Senator Cory Gardner began putting together a list of prospective nominees for President Trump to consider to take his seat on the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals: “We’re very close to sending over our list for the … More Senators Rushing to White House With Names to Fill Judgeship Vacancies

Baltimore Anti-Cop Consent Decree Imposed

Judge Bredar slaps down Sessions’ pleas — as the Ferguson effect grabs hold Apr 11, 2017 By Matthew Vadum —FrontPageMag An Obama-appointed judge is moving forward with a federal takeover of the Baltimore, Md. police department that critics  say will boost crime there by handcuffing police officers in the increasingly violent city.The pleas of U.S. … More Baltimore Anti-Cop Consent Decree Imposed

Supreme Court Justice Gorsuch Lands in Middle of Three Vital Cases

April 10, 2017  by  Bob Adelmann   Operating at full strength for the first time since the death of Justice Antonin Scalia in February 2016, the Supreme Court will hold a private conference on Thursday morning to determine whether the court will address three separate but vital appeals. The first is an appeal brought by … More Supreme Court Justice Gorsuch Lands in Middle of Three Vital Cases

FBI Informants Inside Geek Squad May Have Compromised Child Porn Case

C. Mitchell Shaw   Those who attack privacy usually do so while citing their two favorite beasts of burden: children and terrorists. A recent case coming out of Best Buy’s Geek Squad City facility in Brooks, Kentucky, demonstrates the typical “it’s to protect the children” approach to attacking privacy. While it is normal for computer … More FBI Informants Inside Geek Squad May Have Compromised Child Porn Case

Senate Employs “Nuclear Option,” Confirms Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court

April 7, 2017 by  Warren Mass   The Senate on April 7 confirmed Neil Gorsuch (shown) to the Supreme Court, ending an often-bitter political battle that began after the death of Justice Antonin Scalia in February 2016. Three Democrats facing reelection next year in states that President Trump carried easily in last November’s election voted … More Senate Employs “Nuclear Option,” Confirms Neil Gorsuch to Supreme Court

Rogue Judges Claim “LGBT” Discrimination Protected by Civil Rights Law

April 5, 2017  by  Selwyn Duke In another example of judges attempting to make law, a Chicago federal appeals court ruled Tuesday that central-government civil-rights legislation says something it doesn’t — that it prohibits job discrimination against lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, and “transgender” employees. Writes NBC News, “The decision, from the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals … More Rogue Judges Claim “LGBT” Discrimination Protected by Civil Rights Law