The Supreme Court May Soon Set Boundaries on Religious Exercise and Use of Property

May 30, 2018 by  Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.   Very soon, the Supreme Court of the United States will issue a “ruling” that at once will draw legal boundaries around the acceptable exercise of religion in this country and will set rules for the acceptable use one may make of his own property and labor. In … More The Supreme Court May Soon Set Boundaries on Religious Exercise and Use of Property

VIDEO Secret U.K. Proceedings Send Activist to Prison, Gag Media

May 29, 2018 by  Alex Newman The United Kingdom appears to be turning into a police state faster than even the most alarmist analysts believed possible. In what sounds like it could have come from George Orwell’s nightmares, anti-immigration activist Tommy Robinson, without even having access to his lawyer, was ordered to more than a year … More VIDEO Secret U.K. Proceedings Send Activist to Prison, Gag Media

Student Sues School After Being Asked to Remove Pro-Trump T-Shirt

May 23, 2018  by  Raven Clabough   A lawsuit has been filed against Liberty High School in Hillsboro, Oregon, for refusing to allow a student, senior Addison Barnes, to wear a pro-Trump border wall t-shirt to class. And while it is appropriate for schools to set dress codes for their students, the lawsuit notes that the … More Student Sues School After Being Asked to Remove Pro-Trump T-Shirt

Big Labor Opposition to TPP Is Not About American Sovereignty

May 16, 2018 by  Steve Byas   “President Trump ran against the TPP throughout his campaign and formally withdrew from the agreement last year, rightly finishing what working people started. His action kept a central promise to millions of hardworking Americans,” wrote AFL-CIO President Richard Trumka in a recent opinion piece for USA Today. At first glance, … More Big Labor Opposition to TPP Is Not About American Sovereignty

VIDEO House passes Dodd-Frank reform bill, approval now pending from President Trump

Bill passes 258 to 159 May 22, 2018 by Caroline Basile On Tuesday afternoon, the House of Representatives passed S. 2155, also known as the Economic Growth, Regulatory Relief and Consumer Protection Act. The bill rolls back reforms from the 2010 Dodd-Frank Act. The bill cleared the Senate in March and was sent back to the House for approval. … More VIDEO House passes Dodd-Frank reform bill, approval now pending from President Trump

Sessions Issues Directive Banning Immigration Judges From Indefinitely Suspending Cases

21 May 18  by  Warren Mass   Attorney General Jeff Sessions (shown) issued a directive to immigration judges on May 17 telling them that they do not have the authority to suspend immigration proceedings indefinitely by what is called “administrative closure.” In the directive, Sessions cited the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA), noting that under the … More Sessions Issues Directive Banning Immigration Judges From Indefinitely Suspending Cases

Mexican National Stole Texan’s Identity and Voted Three Times, Says AG

AP File Photo/Eric Gay   14 May 2018 by Merrill Hope Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton announced Monday that his office will prosecute a Mexican national who, allegedly, voted in three elections to include the 2016 presidential. Laura Janeth Garza, 38, is not a United States citizen and she stands accused of two counts of … More Mexican National Stole Texan’s Identity and Voted Three Times, Says AG

HUD kills key tool used to enforce Obama fair housing rule

HUD withdraws “Local Government Assessment Tool” May 18, 2018 by Ben Lane The Trump administration just took another significant step toward derailing a controversial fair housing rule issued by the Obama administration in 2015. Last year, Department of Housing and Urban Development Secretary Ben Carson said that HUD will look to “reinterpret” the Obama administration’s Affirmatively Furthering Fair Housing rule, which requires … More HUD kills key tool used to enforce Obama fair housing rule