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

“Blueprint for Reproductive Health:” End Parental Notice of Abortion; “Reprogram” Kids’ Definition of Gender

 July 26, 2019 by  Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.   Res ipsa loquitor.  That’s a Latin phrase that means “the thing speaks for itself.” When you read the recently released report entitled “Blueprint for Sexual and Reproductive Health, Rights, and Justice,” you’ll discover that the worst witness of the plan’s assault on traditional morality is the … More “Blueprint for Reproductive Health:” End Parental Notice of Abortion; “Reprogram” Kids’ Definition of Gender

To Remain Free, We Need To Deepen Our Understanding Of The Declaration

Too many have distorted or forgotten the words of the Declaration of Independence. In our defense of liberty, we cannot abandon the text’s core principles. On May 10, 1776, the Second Continental Congress convened in Philadelphia to determine the future of the American colonies. It was one of the greatest gatherings of statesmen, brilliant thinkers, … More To Remain Free, We Need To Deepen Our Understanding Of The Declaration

Women: Our rights violated by trans ‘rights’

‘A deliberate attempt to create such a hostile climate’   (Image courtesy Pixabay) A new study from a group called Women and Girls in Scotland found that lawmakers and regulators are ignoring the fact that Scotland’s “equality” legislation is supposed to protect the rights of individuals in single-sex spaces. The results conflict with policies in the U.K. and the … More Women: Our rights violated by trans ‘rights’

VIDEO Lawmaker’s Harrowing Testimony: I Saw Born-Alive Babies Drowned In Saline After Botched Abortions

Chuck Liddy/Charlotte Observer/MCT via Getty Images April 26, 2019 By AMANDA PRESTIGIACOMO Testifying in support for a bill (Bill 359) seeking to protect babies born alive from botched abortions in North Carolina, Republican state representative Pat McElraft recalled horrifying experiences that she witnessed at the hands of a late-term abortionist when she previously worked in the … More VIDEO Lawmaker’s Harrowing Testimony: I Saw Born-Alive Babies Drowned In Saline After Botched Abortions

Feds Dropping Child Porn Cases Instead of Revealing Info on Their Surveillance Systems

Human Rights Watch and other groups say these systems draw serious concerns. April 24, 2019  by ELIZABETH NOLAN BROWN  (Cube IKON Images/Newscom) The Department of Justice has been dismissing child pornography cases in order to not reveal information about the software programs used as the basis for the charges. An array of cases suggest serious … More Feds Dropping Child Porn Cases Instead of Revealing Info on Their Surveillance Systems

What Is Due Process?

by Kourosh Akhbari     Due Process is a Constitutional right that comes from the 5th and 14th amendments. The 5th Amendment Due Process Clause applies to the federal government while the 14th Amendment applies to state and local government. The 14th amendment states that no state can “deprive any person of their life, liberty, or property without … More What Is Due Process?

VIDEO WARNING Congress Advances Gun Registry Via “Universal Background Checks”

Congress Advances Gun Registry Via “Universal Background Checks” March 2, 2019 by  Alex Newman Under the guise of mandating “universal background checks,” Congress is working on a gun-control plot that would ban all private sales of firearms and essentially create a national gun registry. Among other concerns, gun-rights advocates warned that the scheme would enable … More VIDEO WARNING Congress Advances Gun Registry Via “Universal Background Checks”

VIDEO States Use Nullification to Rein in the Feds – The Conspiracy Against America

States Use Nullification to Rein in the Feds Feb 1, 2019 by  Steve Byas   Listen here Its use goes back to the earliest days of the republic. When the Federalist Party-dominated Congress passed the Sedition Act in 1798, Thomas Jefferson (the author of the Declaration of Independence) and James Madison (principal author of the Constitution) … More VIDEO States Use Nullification to Rein in the Feds – The Conspiracy Against America