GOP report warns of election chaos, possible ‘constitutional crisis’

Two senior Republicans in Congress are warning that widespread problems with mail-in voting coupled with Democrats’ efforts “to change state election laws and procedures at the last minute” for partisan advantage could be setting the stage for “an unprecedented constitutional crisis” in the … Continue reading GOP report warns of election chaos, possible ‘constitutional crisis’

Landlords’ group sues CDC over pandemic-era eviction moratorium

The National Apartment Association (NAA) and four individual landlords are suing the Trump administration in federal court over the federal eviction moratorium that prevents them from displacing delinquent residential tenants during the ongoing pandemic. The lawsuit, known as Brown v. Azar, was … Continue reading Landlords’ group sues CDC over pandemic-era eviction moratorium

Election complaint filed in Wisconsin against Zuckerberg-funded activist group

A group of Wisconsin voters filed a complaint with the Wisconsin Election Commission against an activist group funded by Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg, claiming that election-assistance grants it gave to Democrat-dominated cities violate state law and attempt to unfairly influence the outcome of … Continue reading Election complaint filed in Wisconsin against Zuckerberg-funded activist group

Wisconsin Supreme Court overrules county’s order, allows private schools to open

Local health officials in Wisconsin don’t have the legal authority to shut down private schools to contain the spread of the CCP virus, the state’s Supreme Court ruled. “This is a great victory for religious liberty,” attorney Erick Kaardal told The Epoch Times … Continue reading Wisconsin Supreme Court overrules county’s order, allows private schools to open

LA megachurch defies judge’s order banning indoor services; pastor: ‘Not what our Founders said’

Officials in Los Angeles County convinced a judge to shut down indoor services at a popular Christian megachurch after failing in four previous attempts in court. Los Angeles Superior Court Judge Mitchell L. Beckloff granted a preliminary injunction on Sept. 10 that prevents Grace … Continue reading LA megachurch defies judge’s order banning indoor services; pastor: ‘Not what our Founders said’

Voting app developer opposes fraud appeal by former police officer

Voting app developer Voatz Inc. is backing the Trump administration in urging the Supreme Court to turn down a request to review the wire fraud conviction of a former police officer who accessed a confidential law enforcement database for an improper purpose. Voatz describes … Continue reading Voting app developer opposes fraud appeal by former police officer

Trump campaign not allowed to contest Democrats’ election lawsuit in Pennsylvania

Both President Donald Trump’s reelection campaign and the Republican National Committee aren’t allowed to intervene in a state-level lawsuit brought by Democrats to change the rules for the Nov. 3 elections, the Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruled. In Pennsylvania Democratic Party v. Boockvar, the court granted permission … Continue reading Trump campaign not allowed to contest Democrats’ election lawsuit in Pennsylvania

LA County cancels church’s parking lot lease amid pandemic dispute                   

After Los Angeles County failed for a fourth time during the current pandemic to convince a judge to shut down indoor services at a popular Christian megachurch, the county is moving to evict the congregation from a parking lot it’s been using … Continue reading LA County cancels church’s parking lot lease amid pandemic dispute                   

Undignified Obama: What an ex-president’s inflammatory and hateful nominating-convention address was made of

Last night Barack Hussein Obama gave what was probably the most undignified, inflammatory, hateful nominating-convention address of a former president in the history of the United States. “This administration has shown it will tear our democracy down if that’s what … Continue reading Undignified Obama: What an ex-president’s inflammatory and hateful nominating-convention address was made of