Chicago Immigration Lawsuit Fraught With Errors, Inconsistencies, Illogic

Aug 16, 2017  by  Bob Adelmann A closer look at the lawsuit that Chicago filed against Attorney General Jeff Sessions last week over his threat to withhold grant money reveals enough errors, inconsistencies, and just plain poor logic that might be enough for the judge to toss it, with prejudice. The lawsuit that Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel had … More Chicago Immigration Lawsuit Fraught With Errors, Inconsistencies, Illogic

VIDEO Pressure Building to Pass National Reciprocity

Aug 14, 2017  by  Bob Adelmann With the newest Republican Congresswoman from Georgia, Karen Handel, cosponsoring HR 38 last week, there are now 209 cosponsors of the national reciprocity bill. That bill was introduced in the House by Representative Richard Hudson (R-N.C.) in January with a companion bill being introduced in the Senate simultaneously by Senator John … More VIDEO Pressure Building to Pass National Reciprocity

“Transgender” Soldiers Sue President Over Ban

 Aug 11, 2017 by  Dave Bohon Five U.S. military personnel who self-identify as “transgender” have filed a lawsuit against President Trump over his ban of transgenders serving in the armed forces. On July 26 Trump announced via a Twitter post that following “consultation with my Generals and military experts, please be advised that the United States government will … More “Transgender” Soldiers Sue President Over Ban

Judge Orders Lawsuit Against CIA Torture Architects to Go to Trial

Aug 10, 2017 by  Warren Mass On August 7, Judge Justin Quackenbush of the U.S. District Court in Spokane ordered a lawsuit against two psychologists who helped design the CIA’s post-9/11 “enhanced interrogation” program to go to a jury trial in September. The lawsuit, Salim v. Mitchell, was filed by the ACLU in 2015 on behalf of … More Judge Orders Lawsuit Against CIA Torture Architects to Go to Trial

Brady Campaign Hangs Anti-gun Couple Out to Dry When They Lose Lawsuit

Aug 9, 2017 by  Bob Adelmann Three years after Jessica Ghawi was gunned down by mental case James Holmes in an Aurora, Colorado, theater, her parents, at the urging of the Brady Campaign to Prevent Gun Violence (aka the Brady Center), filed suit against the dealer, Lucky Gunner, who sold Holmes his ammunition. In August 2015, … More Brady Campaign Hangs Anti-gun Couple Out to Dry When They Lose Lawsuit

Miami-Dade Ends Sanctuary City Policies and Gains Federal Funding

Aug 8, 2017  by  Warren Mass Miami Mayor Carlos Gimenez sent a letter to the chairman and other members of the Miami-Dade County Board of County Commissioners on August 5, informing the officials that he had received a letter from the Justice Department the previous day notifying him that “the County is in compliance, and we … More Miami-Dade Ends Sanctuary City Policies and Gains Federal Funding

Chicago Mayor Emanuel Files Suit to Block Federal Withholding of Grant Funds

Aug 7, 2017  by  Bob Adelmann Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel announced over the weekend that he would be filing a motion to stop the federal government from withholding grant funds under the Edward Byrne Memorial Justice Assistance Grant (JAG) program. Municipalities such as Chicago receive this funding to help them fight crime. Lord knows, crime is rampant in Chicago. … More Chicago Mayor Emanuel Files Suit to Block Federal Withholding of Grant Funds

Occupational Licensing Discourages Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Aug 5, 2017 by  Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.   An entrepreneurial little girl wants to sell mistletoe to help her parents pay for her braces. No way, says the government, unless she gets a license to sell flora.  A woman helps her family save money by braiding the hair of her female relatives who can’t afford … More Occupational Licensing Discourages Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Defense Department Investigates Security Risks of MAVNI Program to Recruit Immigrants and Aliens

Aug 4, 2017 by  Warren Mass The Defense Department’s Office of the Inspector General listed an “Intelligence and Special Program Assessments Report” on its website on June 28 whose headline, “Counterintelligence and Insider Threat,” indicated that the DOD has identified problems with its Military Accessions Vital to the National Interest (MAVNI) program serious enough to warrant … More Defense Department Investigates Security Risks of MAVNI Program to Recruit Immigrants and Aliens