Federal Judge Blocks Ordinance Aimed at Exposing Corporate Contracts With NRA

President Donald Trump at the National Rifle Association annual meeting / Getty Images Stephen Gutowski – DECEMBER 12, 2019  A federal judge Wednesday struck down a Los Angeles ordinance that would have forced companies in order to disclose any connection to the NRA to get government contracts, calling the law an effort to “suppress” association with the … More Federal Judge Blocks Ordinance Aimed at Exposing Corporate Contracts With NRA

Acosta Wrong, Trump Right: It’s an Invasion

Nov 15, 2018  by  R. Cort Kirkwood   The federal judge who heard arguments on Wednesday in CNN’s lawsuit against the White House about the exile of anti-Trump agitator Jim Acosta has yet to rule. But whether the anti-Trump network and its tireless propagandist for the Left prevail in court, we’ve learned one thing already: Acosta’s not … More Acosta Wrong, Trump Right: It’s an Invasion

Federal Judge Re-affirms Tradition of Congressional Prayer

Oct 14, 2017 by  Dave Bohon A federal judge has re-affirmed the constitutionality of prayer in the U.S. Congress, ruling that Supreme Court precedent undergirds the long tradition of prayer opening each congressional session, along with the House rules that govern the practice. The decision comes in response to a lawsuit filed by Daniel Barker, president … More Federal Judge Re-affirms Tradition of Congressional Prayer