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

WTO Ruling Demonstrates Dangers of Multilateral Trade Agreements

May 17, 2018 by  Steve Byas   At first glance, it appears that Boeing, an American company, won a huge victory before the World Trade Organization (WTO) in its dispute with the European Union (EU), when the WTO’s appellate body ruled earlier this week that a 2016 ruling — that the EU has failed to eliminate … More WTO Ruling Demonstrates Dangers of Multilateral Trade Agreements

Conservative Champion Kyle Duncan Confirmed to Fifth Circuit Appeals Court

CSPAN 26 April 2018 by Ken Klukowski WASHINGTON, DC – Senators confirmed conservative legal champion Kyle Duncan to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit on Tuesday, President Trump’s 15th confirmed lifetime appointment to the federal appellate courts. Duncan’s nomination had been delayed as part of Democrats’ unprecedented obstruction on Capitol Hill, despite … More Conservative Champion Kyle Duncan Confirmed to Fifth Circuit Appeals Court

Rudy Giuliani Is Right: Settlement With Stormy Daniels Didn’t Violate Campaign Finance Law

May 3, 2018 | The Daily Signal ACRU Policy Board Member Hans von Spakovsky     Rudy Giuliani sent opponents of President Trump into a wild flutter in an interview Wednesday night with Fox News Channel’s Sean Hannity. Giuliani, the former New York mayor who is now part of the president’s legal team, said that one of Trump’s personal … More Rudy Giuliani Is Right: Settlement With Stormy Daniels Didn’t Violate Campaign Finance Law

In Facebook Data-breach Scandal, U.K. Privacy Watchdog Demands Data be Released to U.S. Citizen

May 8, 2018  by  C. Mitchell Shaw   Even as Facebook is offering new features and making promises about greater privacy for its users in an attempt to wash off the stench of the Cambridge Analytica data-breach scandal, that scandal continues to haunt the company. On Sunday, the British Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) ordered SCL Elections, … More In Facebook Data-breach Scandal, U.K. Privacy Watchdog Demands Data be Released to U.S. Citizen

Supreme Court case could give public employees more freedom

May 6, 2018 By Akash Chougule   The American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees lost more than 14,000 members in 2017 – a year after it spent nearly $19 million more on politics than on organizing and advocating on behalf of its members, according to a recent Bloomberg analysis. Coincidence? AFSCME is one of the largest … More Supreme Court case could give public employees more freedom

European Commission President Praises Karl Marx’s Contributions to European Union

May 5, 2018   by  Steve Byas   In a speech filled with praise for Karl Marx, whose Communist Manifesto of 1848 was fundamental in the rise of communism in Europe, European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker insisted that Marx’s philosophy was also influential in the rise of the European Union. The European Commission that Juncker heads is the EU’s … More European Commission President Praises Karl Marx’s Contributions to European Union

Judge in Paul Manafort Trial Questions Mueller Investigation’s Authority, Motives, Honesty, Demands Unredacted Memo

AP Photo/Alex Brandon 4 May 2018 by Ian Mason Special Counsel Robert Mueller’s “Russia Investigation” may be facing its most significant push-back yet Friday when federal Judge Thomas Ellis questioned Mueller’s prosecutors fundamental authority, motives, and honesty in a pre-trial hearing for one-time Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort. “C’mon man!” Ellis reportedly exclaimed to Mueller’s prosecutors, telling … More Judge in Paul Manafort Trial Questions Mueller Investigation’s Authority, Motives, Honesty, Demands Unredacted Memo