House asked to probe Omar’s funding of paramour

Congresswoman’s campaign paid his firm $230,000 Sept 19, 2019   U.S. Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn. (Sinclair Broadcasting Group video screenshot) The Washington watchdog Judicial Watch has expanded its request for an ethics investigation of Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., asking the House to probe her use of campaign funds for paramour Tim Mynett as well as … More House asked to probe Omar’s funding of paramour

VIDEO Democrats’ Pattern is ‘Shoot first, correct the facts later’ – reason behind it – Biden gaffs

Sept 16, 2019 Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell , (R-KY), described the democrats attempt to remove Justice Kavanaugh as a familiar “pattern” involving New York Times allegations: “Shoot first, correct the facts later.” Full Text of Mitch McConnell speech: “For anybody who’s been reading the news the past few days, it’s probably felt a little … More VIDEO Democrats’ Pattern is ‘Shoot first, correct the facts later’ – reason behind it – Biden gaffs

Oklahoma Plan to Open D.C. Office Illustrates Mistake of the 17th Amendment

Aug 14, 2019  by  Steve Byas Governor Kevin Stitt, an Oklahoma Republican, announced on Tuesday that he intends to open an office in Washington, D.C., and pick someone to be his liaison to the federal government. Governor Stitt’s spokeswoman, Donelle Harder, said, “Our hope is to have interviews done and have this completed by the … More Oklahoma Plan to Open D.C. Office Illustrates Mistake of the 17th Amendment

It’s Time to Restore Our Judicial Branch

  August 8, 2019 By Lathan Watts   If you ask most Americans if they want judges who are presently serving on state or federal courts to act like politicians, you’d likely get a resounding “No.” Take, for example, a 2016 Marist poll in which 52 percent of Americans say they want the Court to interpret the Constitution … More It’s Time to Restore Our Judicial Branch

California governor signs bill requiring Trump to release tax returns; White House vows legal fight

July 30, 2019 By Louis Casiano | Fox News California Gov. Gavin Newsom signed legislation Tuesday requiring President Donald Trump to publicly release his tax returns before he can appear on the state’s primary ballot in 2020. The bill, known as the “Presidential Tax Transparency and Accountability Act,” would also apply to gubernatorial candidates and requires the release of tax returns for … More California governor signs bill requiring Trump to release tax returns; White House vows legal fight

Thanks to Democrats, Most Dangerous Place in America is the Womb

By David Jolly – June 18, 2019 There is a growing dichotomy in America between right and wrong. There is one sector in America that seems to believe that they do not have to abide by the Constitution, laws or ethics to accomplish whatever they want to do. On the other side are those who … More Thanks to Democrats, Most Dangerous Place in America is the Womb

SCOTUS Says Jury, Not a Judge, Must Decide Facts for Punishment

By William Vogeler, Esq. on June 26, 2019 Andre Haymond got a break in his child pornography case, as the U.S. Supreme Court said his sentence for violating probation should be decided by a jury. In United States v. Haymond, the justices said the defendant’s sentence was “unconstitutional and unenforceable” because the punishment exceeded his original sentence … More SCOTUS Says Jury, Not a Judge, Must Decide Facts for Punishment

Supreme Court’s gerrymandering decision has one big winner

June 27, 2019 By Carrie Severino | Fox News   One of the hardest tasks of a judge is not to take action when faced with a serious problem the law doesn’t address. That is the reason courts are frequently tempted to legislate from the bench by inventing new constitutional rules or rewriting laws they don’t think work properly. But there … More Supreme Court’s gerrymandering decision has one big winner

What Is This Love Affair with Socialism?

By Dr. Jerry Newcombe – June 22, 2019 “Those who do not learn history are doomed to repeat it,” said Santayana. Many young people today claim to prefer socialism—and in some cases, even communism (which is socialism’s more violent form)—over capitalism. Recently a candidate for city council in Denver declared that capitalism has failed and … More What Is This Love Affair with Socialism?

Presidents Woodrow Wilson and Calvin Coolidge on America’s Founding Documents

Cole Levine During their presidencies, Woodrow Wilson (1913-1921) and Calvin Coolidge (1923-1929) largely differed on the Constitution and Declaration of Independence. Here, I imitate their arguments. Wilson, a progressive, argued that modern society needs a Darwinian Constitution that can evolve as a “living, breathing document,” subject to new interpretations. He criticized the Constitution’s original framework, … More Presidents Woodrow Wilson and Calvin Coolidge on America’s Founding Documents