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

Sheriff Richard Mack Runs for Congress

 Feb 9, 2018 by  Charles Scaliger Richard Mack, former sheriff of Graham County, Arizona, is nationally renowned for his participation in the landmark 1997 case Mack v. United States (also known as Printz v. United States), in which a group of county sheriffs, led by Mack, challenged the constitutionality of provisions in the Brady Handgun Violence Prevention Act that … More Sheriff Richard Mack Runs for Congress

How the new tax law will affect your clients’ S corporations

February 06 2018 by Nellie Akalp   With the passage of the sweeping tax overhaul, small businesses and entrepreneurs are scrambling to understand how the changes will affect them. Much of 2018 will be spent figuring out all the implications, but that doesn’t stop anxious clients from turning to you now to figure out how to … More How the new tax law will affect your clients’ S corporations

The New Tax Law and Its Impact on Nonprofits – Part 1

 January 7, 2018 by Gene Takagi   The new tax law, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act, despised by a great majority of the public and leading nonprofits, is now law. Nonprofits should be aware of these provisions and how they may impact their fundraising and operations. Part 1 – Fundraising The following temporary* provisions in the Act … More The New Tax Law and Its Impact on Nonprofits – Part 1

FISA Memo Made Public, Here Is What Democrats Didn’t Want American People to See

 Feb 2, 2018  by C. Mitchell Shaw   With President Trump’s approval, the four-page FISA memo prepared by the House Intelligence Committee has been released to the public. Democrats fought the public release of the document, which has been described by GOP members of the House as “explosive,” “shocking,” “troubling,” and “alarming” and showing actions on … More FISA Memo Made Public, Here Is What Democrats Didn’t Want American People to See

Democrat During FISA Memo Vote: “There Will be Hell to Pay”

 Feb 1, 2018  by C. Mitchell Shaw   In the ongoing #ReleaseTheMemo battle, the aim of the Deep State and its congressional accomplices seems to be to attempt to discredit the four-page FISA memo detailing FBI and Department of Justice (DOJ) surveillance abuses before President Trump authorizes its public release. The big problem opponents of the … More Democrat During FISA Memo Vote: “There Will be Hell to Pay”