Not a Single Shooting Following Campus-carry Freedom in Texas Last Year

 Sept 30, 2017 by  Bob Adelmann Somehow, more than 53,000 students attending Texas public universities have managed to make it through the first year of concealed-carry on campus without murdering each other. Heaven knows that if there had been even one shooting incident, the anti-gun media would not only have put it on the front page … More Not a Single Shooting Following Campus-carry Freedom in Texas Last Year

DOJ Files Suit Against Company for Allegedly Not Hiring Americans

Sept 29, 2017 by  Warren Mass   The Department of Justice posted a press release on September 28, announcing that it filed a lawsuit against Crop Production Services Inc. (Crop Production), headquartered in Loveland, Colorado, for allegedly discriminating against U.S. workers in violation of the Immigration and Nationality Act (INA).  The Immigration and Nationality Act of … More DOJ Files Suit Against Company for Allegedly Not Hiring Americans

How Can Public School Students Exercise Their Religious Liberty Rights?

Sept 28, 2017   How can students in public schools exercise their constitutional religious liberty rights? In part three of our “Back to School” Facebook Live series, FRC policy experts Sarah Perry and Travis Weber discuss this important question. Here is a summary of some key points from this discussion: The First Amendment to the Constitution is … More How Can Public School Students Exercise Their Religious Liberty Rights?

Jury Punishes JPMorgan With $4 Billion in Damages for Mishandling $20 Million Estate

Sept 28, 2017 by  Bob Adelmann Attorneys for the widow and children of Max Hopper, the developer of the SABRE reservation software used by American Airlines, wanted to deliver a message to JPMorgan. On Tuesday they got their wish. Their attorneys announced that not only did the six-member jury award them nearly $5 million in actual damages, plus … More Jury Punishes JPMorgan With $4 Billion in Damages for Mishandling $20 Million Estate

VIDEO Trump Admin Warns Colleges To ‘Protect Free Speech’

Says school prevented students from ‘communicating religious messages’ Sept 26, 2017 by BOB UNRUH   The United States Department of Justice has filed a statement of interest in a Georgia dispute over a college’s limited “free speech zones,” warning that schools must in America “protect free speech” and must not prevent students from “communicating religious messages. … More VIDEO Trump Admin Warns Colleges To ‘Protect Free Speech’

Trump’s Call for Firing NFL Players Is Not a Violation of Their Rights

Sept 25, 2017 by  Steve Byas President Donald Trump’s comments about the protests during the playing of the National Anthem at National Football League (NFL) games at a political rally in Alabama on Friday predictably touched off a wave of comments over the weekend. Speaking at a campaign event for Republican U.S. Senate candidate Luther Strange … More Trump’s Call for Firing NFL Players Is Not a Violation of Their Rights

Police use of ‘StingRay’ cellphone tracker requires search warrant, appeals court rules

Sept 21, 2017 By Tom Jackman A “StingRay II,” made by the Harris Corp., can redirect cellphone calls away from cell tower antennae and capture their identifying data and location. Police use them to find people. Some argue that that’s an invasion of privacy. (Courtesy Harris Corp.) A device that tricks cellphones into sending it their … More Police use of ‘StingRay’ cellphone tracker requires search warrant, appeals court rules

Fed. Appeals Court to Rule if Hillary’s Possible Role in Whitewater Scandal to be Revealed

Sept 22, 2017 by  James Murphy   Today a federal appeals court will hear a case brought by Judicial Watch on whether 238 pages of documents concerning Hillary Clinton’s possible involvement in the Whitewater scandal should be made public. Judicial Watch believes that the documents include drafts of indictments alleging that Hillary provided false information and … More Fed. Appeals Court to Rule if Hillary’s Possible Role in Whitewater Scandal to be Revealed

Surveillance of Manafort Supports Trump’s Wiretapping Claims

Sept 21, 2017 by  C. Mitchell Shaw   When Donald Trump tweeted his accusation in March that former President Obama’s administration had wiretapped his communications and those of his close associates, the liberal establishment attacked Trump, claiming he was making wild accusations without any basis in truth. It is now clear that Trump was on the … More Surveillance of Manafort Supports Trump’s Wiretapping Claims

In “America First” Speech At UN, Trump Defends Sovereignty

Sept 20, 2017 by  Alex Newman In a speech that attracted everything from praise and applause to horror and shock from conservatives, President Donald Trump basically told the United Nations General Assembly and its members that he was going to put America First and that sovereign nation-states should also put the interests of their own citizens first. Still, … More In “America First” Speech At UN, Trump Defends Sovereignty