Seven of nine Supreme Court justices greenlight Trump policy limiting asylum seekers

SEPTEMBER 11, 2019 BY SHARYL ATTKISSON By David Dugan, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=60011911 Two liberal-appointed justices sided with five conservative-appointed justices tonight in allowing a Trump administration asylum policy to be implemented while challenges work through the court system. The White House win means that for now, people seeking asylum in the U.S. must seek safe haven … More Seven of nine Supreme Court justices greenlight Trump policy limiting asylum seekers

VIDEO The US Isn’t….and Never Should Be…a Pure Democracy – Hiding These Facts About Trump

By Jarrett Stepman | August 30, 2019 (Photo by George Rose/Getty Images) Is America a democracy or a republic? This debate, if you can call it that, was launched on Twitter by two freshmen lawmakers, Reps. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, D-N.Y., and Dan Crenshaw, R-Texas. Crenshaw noted on Twitter that the Electoral College prevents pure democracy, and that’s … More VIDEO The US Isn’t….and Never Should Be…a Pure Democracy – Hiding These Facts About Trump

Georgia Ordered to Ditch Old Voting Machines for 2020 – Election machine keys are on the Internet

Georgia Ordered to Ditch Old Voting Machines, Implement Paper Ballot Backup for 2020 By Christopher Coble, Esq. on August 19, 2019 3:00 PM “Every vote counts,” as they say. But is every vote really counted, and how? The State of Georgia is one of five states that rely entirely on electronic voting machines to decide elections, machines … More Georgia Ordered to Ditch Old Voting Machines for 2020 – Election machine keys are on the Internet

Fed-Up TX Leaders Take Stand, Tell Feds They Can’t Control Sovereign State

May 18, 2019  BY C. DOUGLAS GOLDEN   When Democrats took control of the House of Representatives, it became clear that the most they could do was obstruct. They couldn’t really pass any bills that Republicans would look at seriously, at least given the fact they weren’t willing to work with GOP members of Congress. They … More Fed-Up TX Leaders Take Stand, Tell Feds They Can’t Control Sovereign State

Trump: Census would be ‘meaningless’ without citizenship question

  April 1, 2019 BY BRETT SAMUELS   President Trump on Monday chided Democrats for opposing the addition of a citizenship question to the 2020 census, arguing the report would be “meaningless” and a waste of money without the controversial inquiry. “Can you believe that the Radical Left Democrats want to do our new and very … More Trump: Census would be ‘meaningless’ without citizenship question

The Hijacking of a Presidential Election

Feb 9, 2019 By Jon N. Hall In January of 2017, the Federal Election Commission reported that in the 2016 general election Mrs. Clinton received 65,853,516 votes and Mr. Trump received 62,984,825 votes. Clinton therefore beat Trump by 2,868,691 popular votes. President Trump has said that if the illegal votes were deducted that he would have won the … More The Hijacking of a Presidential Election

VIDEO What Would a Hybrid Civil War Look Like? – House Votes to Ban “Hatred”

What Would a Hybrid Civil War Look Like? March 2, 2019 BY RICHARD FERNANDEZ   (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File) Hardly a day goes by without the tempo of political hostility rising — sometimes to the level of physical confrontation. Recently, “a man being sought for the assault of a conservative activist on the University of California, … More VIDEO What Would a Hybrid Civil War Look Like? – House Votes to Ban “Hatred”

N.C. Voters Approved Ballot Measure to Require Voter ID on Tuesday

  Nov 7, 2018  by  Raven Clabough   Voters in North Carolina on Tuesday overwhelmingly approved an amendment to their state constitution that would require a photo ID before voting. The approval flies in the face of critics who claim that voter fraud is a non-issue and that voter ID laws are discriminatory. Current North Carolina … More N.C. Voters Approved Ballot Measure to Require Voter ID on Tuesday

VIDEO Election Integrity Expert Urges Against Federal Takeover

October 18, 2018   Kurt Hyde, election integrity expert, talks to The New American about the solutions to prevent interference, hacking, and fraud in elections. Hyde is an advocate for paper trails with the voting process, as well as releasing precinct numbers. Related links: Voter Fraud – Interview with the Author Dictators Dictating Elections Voter … More VIDEO Election Integrity Expert Urges Against Federal Takeover