Federal judge rules on challenge to Trump’s border wall

Feb 27, 2018  BY KAT SHEPHERD   The Trump administration can mark a win Tuesday after a federal judge ruled against an environmental challenge to President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall. With the decision, the administration can issue waivers on environmental laws and construction plans can move forward. From Fox News: The case involved the Trump administration’s ability to ignore … More Federal judge rules on challenge to Trump’s border wall

China Advises the United States to Adopt Stricter Gun Control

Feb 23, 2018  by  Steve Byas “The U.S. has no other choice but to adopt gun control. The right to life is the most fundamental (of) human rights. The right to bear arms cannot overpower the individual’s right to live,” asserted the Global Times on Friday. The Global Times is the state-run newspaper in Communist China. The advice to the … More China Advises the United States to Adopt Stricter Gun Control

Justice Thomas: Supreme Court Does Not Give Second Amendment Due Respect

Feb 21, 2018 by  Steve Bya On Tuesday, Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas (shown) wrote a scathing dissent to the High Court’s decision to not even take up a case concerning a law passed in California: a law in which gun buyers — even those who already own guns — must undergo a waiting period of 10 days before … More Justice Thomas: Supreme Court Does Not Give Second Amendment Due Respect

Thousands Protest Bahar’s Comparison of Christianity to Mental Illness

Feb 20, 2018 by  Steve Byas “It’s one thing to talk to Jesus. It’s another thing when Jesus talks to you.… That’s called mental illness … hearing voices,” The View’s Joy Behar said late last week. By Monday, according to the Media Research Center (MRC), more than 25,000 people had called ABC to complain about her derogatory remarks … More Thousands Protest Bahar’s Comparison of Christianity to Mental Illness

5 Important Details You Might Have Missed in the Latest Mueller Indictment

February 17, 2018 by Colin Kalmbacher Most Americans will struggle to read through the prosecutorial legalese contained in special counsel Robert Mueller‘s latest indictment over alleged Russian electoral interference during the 2016 general election. Naturally. Legal documents are typically long, poorly-written on accident, and inscrutably-written on purpose. Therefore, it makes sense to rely on mainstream media accounts attempting to … More 5 Important Details You Might Have Missed in the Latest Mueller Indictment

NYT Misconstrues Fifth Circuit Appointee’s Record On Wrongful Murder Conviction

Kyle Duncan had nothing to do with John Thompson’s criminal case. Duncan also had nothing to do with the prosecutors who withheld evidence from Thompson’s attorneys. Feb 12, 2018 By Margot Cleveland President Donald Trump continues to fulfill his promise to appoint federal judges in the mold of the late Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia. In … More NYT Misconstrues Fifth Circuit Appointee’s Record On Wrongful Murder Conviction

COS, Convention of States Project Application, Defeated 5 to 10 in Idaho

Feb 13, 2018  by  Christian Gomez   After three days of intense emotional and intellectually stimulating testimonies from both sides, Idaho’s House State Affairs Committee — by a vote of 5 to 10  — resoundingly rejected House Concurrent Resolution 32, an application to Congress to call a convention to propose amendments to the Constitution under Article V. … More COS, Convention of States Project Application, Defeated 5 to 10 in Idaho

Texas Border County DA Lands Third Voter Fraud Arrest in Month

Ron Jenkins/Getty Images 8 Feb 2018 by Bob Price The voter fraud investigation in Starr County, Texas, yielded its third arrest late Tuesday when a woman turned herself in to the Special Crimes Unit. Belinda Garcia, 45, surrendered to the Starr County Special Crimes Unit and stands charged with one count of a fraudulent application … More Texas Border County DA Lands Third Voter Fraud Arrest in Month