Democrats sue in 13 states to make ‘voting at home’ mandatory

News Analysis Democrats determined to make mail-in balloting mandatory for all Americans in November’s election are attacking electoral integrity laws across the United States in the courts in an attempt to overturn restrictions on voting-by-mail. Apparently, calling the process voting-by-mail … Continue reading Democrats sue in 13 states to make ‘voting at home’ mandatory

Republican Party sues Calif. Gov. Newsom over ‘illegal election power grab’

Republicans are suing California Gov. Gavin Newsom in federal court over his unprecedented unilateral order requiring that all registered voters be sent vote-by-mail ballots for the general and presidential elections on Nov. 3, ostensibly to reduce the likelihood of voter transmission of … Continue reading Republican Party sues Calif. Gov. Newsom over ‘illegal election power grab’

Trump executive order aims to boost economy by reining in regulatory abuse

President Donald Trump signed an executive order last week aimed to boost the pandemic-weakened economy and strengthen basic due process protections for Americans involved in agency regulatory proceedings as part of what the administration calls the Regulatory Bill of Rights. “To protect our people and defeat … Continue reading Trump executive order aims to boost economy by reining in regulatory abuse

Push for mail-in balloting during pandemic is partisan and political, experts say

The current pandemic is being used by political partisans to promote fraud-prone mail-in balloting in order to undermine electoral integrity, election law experts say. Republicans are growing increasingly concerned about the fresh push for voting-by-mail as prominent Democrats lobby for universal … Continue reading Push for mail-in balloting during pandemic is partisan and political, experts say

Small businesses, churches challenge Minnesota lockdown in federal court

Claiming overreach, Minnesota churches and small business owners have filed a federal lawsuit to strike down Democratic Gov. Tim Walz’s emergency orders that have largely shuttered civil society and brought economic activity close to a standstill in the state. The lockdown in Minnesota began … Continue reading Small businesses, churches challenge Minnesota lockdown in federal court

Supreme Court warned ‘faithless electors’ could trigger ‘constitutional crisis’

The Supreme Court heard two cases challenging laws in Washington and Colorado that require members of the Electoral College in every quadrennial presidential election to cast their ballots in favor of the winner of that state’s popular votes. Some justices expressed concern during oral arguments on … Continue reading Supreme Court warned ‘faithless electors’ could trigger ‘constitutional crisis’

State, federal investigators’ bid for Trump’s financial records heard by Supreme Court

The Supreme Court heard President Donald Trump’s long-awaited appeal of lower-court rulings ordering him to hand over private business papers and tax returns to investigators. For more than three hours on May 12, six lawyers debated about Trump’s efforts to defend himself against historically unprecedented … Continue reading State, federal investigators’ bid for Trump’s financial records heard by Supreme Court

Soros charity should have to oppose prostitution to receive US grants, Supreme Court told

The Trump administration urged the Supreme Court May 5 to leave in place a legal provision that requires foreign organizations receiving U.S. government grants to oppose prostitution and sex trafficking. Oral arguments were heard by the high court telephonically for the second … Continue reading Soros charity should have to oppose prostitution to receive US grants, Supreme Court told

Abortion protesters’ right to pray outside clinic ensured by threat of litigation

Under legal pressure, officials in Hagerstown, Maryland, backed away from a local policy aimed to combat the CCP virus by preventing religious pro-life activists from praying on a public sidewalk outside an abortion clinic. The development comes as several states have relaxed containment measures targeting the … Continue reading Abortion protesters’ right to pray outside clinic ensured by threat of litigation

US must pay billions to insurers for Obamacare ‘risk corridors’ program losses, Supreme Court rules

The federal government must fork over more than $12 billion to insurance companies that lost money by participating in the Affordable Care Act’s “risk corridors” program, the Supreme Court has ruled. The decision rebuffs the Trump administration and Republican lawmakers … Continue reading US must pay billions to insurers for Obamacare ‘risk corridors’ program losses, Supreme Court rules

Wonderful news! Vile leftist character assassin David Brock is under investigation

David Brock is the disgraced former journalist and pathological liar who runs well-funded, tax-exempt slander shops like Media Matters for America, American Bridge, and Correct the Record. He tried to destroy Fox News. He ultimately failed in that endeavor but … Continue reading Wonderful news! Vile leftist character assassin David Brock is under investigation