Trump administration, 11 states, launch antitrust lawsuit against search behemoth Google

The U.S. Department of Justice and 11 states have filed a federal antitrust lawsuit against Google accusing the internet search giant of unlawful monopolistic behavior in its search business. “Google is the gateway to the internet and a search advertising behemoth,” U.S. Deputy Attorney General Jeff … Continue reading Trump administration, 11 states, launch antitrust lawsuit against search behemoth Google

Supreme Court agrees to Trump request to review cases on border wall funding, asylum policy

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear legal challenges to President Donald Trump’s signature immigration-related policies—construction of a wall on the nation’s southern border to stem the flow of illegal aliens, and his policy requiring asylum-seekers to wait in Mexico while their claims … Continue reading Supreme Court agrees to Trump request to review cases on border wall funding, asylum policy

Pennsylvania rejects 372,000 mail-in ballot applications, as voters err

The presidential election battleground state of Pennsylvania has rejected 372,000 requests for mail-in ballots, a development that is causing confusion among election officials and the voting public. Pennsylvania is among the most hotly contested states for the Nov. 3 presidential election. President … Continue reading Pennsylvania rejects 372,000 mail-in ballot applications, as voters err

Wisconsin Dems ask Supreme Court to allow changes to election Law

Liberal groups and Democrats from Wisconsin have asked the Supreme Court in a series of emergency applications to reinstate pandemic-related changes to election rules, including extending the deadline for the receipt of absentee ballots six days beyond Election Day. While a federal district court judge … Continue reading Wisconsin Dems ask Supreme Court to allow changes to election Law

Illegal alien should be deported for fraudulent use of Social Security card, Supreme Court hears

The Trump administration urged the Supreme Court to leave in place a deportation order against an illegal alien from Mexico who was convicted of fraudulently using a Social Security card to gain employment, an argument that was met with skepticism by some justices. The … Continue reading Illegal alien should be deported for fraudulent use of Social Security card, Supreme Court hears

Trump administration argues statute of limitations should not apply to military rape cases

The Trump administration urged the Supreme Court to restore the convictions of three male U.S. Air Force members for rape under military law after an appeals court threw the convictions out because they took place after the statute of limitations had expired under military law. … Continue reading Trump administration argues statute of limitations should not apply to military rape cases

Catholic priest sues California governor over pandemic restrictions: Latest in flurry of lawsuits challenging government limitations on religion

A Roman Catholic priest in California is suing Gov. Gavin Newsom over his continuing lockdowns purportedly aimed at combating the CCP virus that causes the disease COVID-19. The lawsuit comes amid a flurry of litigation challenging government officials’ emergency powers during the pandemic. In … Continue reading Catholic priest sues California governor over pandemic restrictions: Latest in flurry of lawsuits challenging government limitations on religion

Catholics, Jews sue NY’s Cuomo over limits on religious attendance

Catholics and Jews are suing New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo in two separate federal lawsuits over restrictions on attendance of religious services that they say violate their constitutional rights. “The governor’s new ‘Cluster Action Initiative’ is a completely arbitrary and astounding abuse … Continue reading Catholics, Jews sue NY’s Cuomo over limits on religious attendance

Accident victims urge Supreme Court not to narrow ability to sue automaker

A personal injury lawyer urged a seemingly sympathetic Supreme Court to uphold state court rulings that allowed personal injury lawsuits regarding cars sold out of state to move forward against automaker Ford Motor Co. Eight, instead of the usual nine, justices heard oral arguments telephonically Oct. … Continue reading Accident victims urge Supreme Court not to narrow ability to sue automaker

Supreme Court asked to halt Montana governor’s ‘unlawful’ vote by mail order

Good-government group True the Vote urged the Supreme Court on Oct. 7 to send a message to allegedly overreaching state officials across the country who are making 11th-hour changes to voting procedures by blocking Montana Gov. Steve Bullock from requiring mail-in ballots be sent to his state’s voters … Continue reading Supreme Court asked to halt Montana governor’s ‘unlawful’ vote by mail order

Justice Department sides with DC church in opposing COVID restrictions

The Trump administration is supporting a church’s federal lawsuit challenging the District of Columbia’s pandemic-related restrictions that limit church gatherings–even those outdoors—to 100 people. The U.S. Department of Justice filed a document called a statement of interest in the legal … Continue reading Justice Department sides with DC church in opposing COVID restrictions

Matthew Vadum’s work is cited in 111 books (so far), 97 times on Google Scholar, 34900 times on Google

For the record, I am writer and researcher Matthew Vadum. I am the author of four published books. They are: *Subversion Inc.: How Obama’s ACORN Red Shirts are Still Terrorizing and Ripping Off American Taxpayers (WND Books, 2011) *Team Jihad: … Continue reading Matthew Vadum’s work is cited in 111 books (so far), 97 times on Google Scholar, 34900 times on Google

Supreme Court to consider Arizona’s ban on ballot harvesting after the election

In a setback for Democrats, the Supreme Court agreed Oct. 2 to hear a challenge by Arizona and state Republicans to Democratic Party efforts to relax electoral integrity measures and throw open the state to ballot-harvesting and out-of-precinct voting. But oral arguments … Continue reading Supreme Court to consider Arizona’s ban on ballot harvesting after the election

Republicans fight back in court against Democrats’ revisions of voting policy

Republicans in several states are pushing back against Democratic-led changes to state voting laws they say are unfair and likely to cause chaos in the Nov. 3 elections. Republican state senators asked the U.S. Supreme Court on Sept. 28 to block a Pennsylvania … Continue reading Republicans fight back in court against Democrats’ revisions of voting policy

Supreme Court fast tracks Trump’s request to exclude illegal aliens from Census

The Supreme Court agreed Sept. 30 to expedite consideration of the Trump administration’s appeal of a lower court ruling barring the government from excluding illegal aliens from the 2020 Census count. The administration wants to keep illegal aliens out of the census count, which will determine … Continue reading Supreme Court fast tracks Trump’s request to exclude illegal aliens from Census

New nonprofit aims to take back American history from radicals

Rejecting what he said is a false, cynical version of American history taught in elementary and secondary schools across the country, President Donald Trump recently unveiled a new nonprofit that’s tasked with designing educational materials aimed at accurately depicting the nation’s history. … Continue reading New nonprofit aims to take back American history from radicals