Big govt, Courts, Elections, Politics

Texas Supreme Court Drops Their Decision On Mail-In Voting

Democrats all over the country are pushing for mail-in voting. They claim that COVID-19 makes it too dangerous for people to vote normally.

President Trump has voiced serious concerns it will lead to voter fraud. Twitter actually “fact-check” his worries, linking to liberal media outlets.

But at least in the great state of Texas, the left’s mail-in plans hit a wrinkle as the courts made a big decision. Read more…


Courts, Politics

Ohio Court Rules Against Lockdown Order

Two dozen gyms in the Ohio area earned a victory against the state Department of Health.

A Lake County Court of Common Pleas judge ruled against Dr. Amy Acton and the Department of Health, so now state and county officials can’t punish fitness centers for reopening.

Over two dozen gyms filed the suit after they were ordered to remain closed for the statewide stay-at-home edict.

However, this rules now states that. Read more…


Big govt, Courts, Politics

Trump Cracks Open New ‘Obamagate’

Now that the DOJ dropped Michael Flynn’s case, more documents are revealing what went on behind the scenes.

And it doesn’t look good for Obama-era officials… or even Obama himself.

More and more details are suggesting Obama was up to something. President Trump himself called his predecessor out hard on Twitter:

OBAMAGATE makes Watergate look small time!
From Fox News:

President Trump on Sunday intensified his criticism of former President Obama by tying him to the Michael Flynn investigation. Read more…


Big govt, Courts, Politics

Historic 9-0 Decision, Supreme Court Overturns Chris Christie ‘Bridgegate’

Trump’s conservative majority on the Supreme Court is shaking up D.C. in a big way.

His justices have been the deciding factor in many crucial cases. And it’s safe to say, their rulings will determine the fate of many more to come.

But sometimes a case comes around that demands a unanimous decision. Such as one used to go after former Gov. Chris Christie and his officials.

From Fox News:

The Supreme Court on Thursday threw out the federal convictions of former New Jersey officials Bridget Kelly and Bill Baroni, who had been charged with fraud for closing lanes on the George Washington Bridge under false pretenses for political purposes. Read more…


Big govt, Courts, Politics

Nunes Demands a Swamp Investigation Into the FBI

Congressman Devin Nunes is tired of the secrets the Washington swamp hides from Americans.

The very organizations meant to protect Americans seem to be targeting the innocent. And the ranking member of the House Intelligence Committee is fed up with it.

So, he’s calling for a major investigation into the investigators, and he just dropped the “c” bomb.

From Washington Examiner:

Rep. Devin Nunes said there needs to be an investigation into a cover-up at the FBI. Read more…


Big govt, Courts, Politics

Barr Sides With Pastor Suing Governor of Virginia

Remember when Attorney General William Barr said he would protect our Constitutional rights?

Last week, he said his Department of Justice would be on the lookout for overly strict lockdown measures.

Well, it didn’t take long for Barr’s team to spot one glaring example — they found it in the state of Virginia.

A pastor dared to hold a church service for 16 people on Palm Sunday. And as a result, he was facing a steep fine and possibly even jail time. Read more…


Courts, Immigration, Politics

Democrats Try to Block Trump’s Immigration Freeze

Trump put a temporary halt to immigration during the crisis, but Democrats were quick to try to stop him.

They wanted immigration to continue, even though most states are on lockdown. With so many businesses closed, what were these new immigrants going to do?

Regardless, they took Trump to court. But a federal judge who once ruled against him has made his decision.

From Fox News:

A federal judge in Oregon who previously blocked President Trump’s order to bar immigrants who lacked or could not afford health insurance refused to do the same with regard to Trump’s recent pause on green cards. Read more…


Courts, Economy & Investments, Politics

Supreme Court Says We Have to Pay For 12 Billion ObamaCare Bill

Obamacare was one of the biggest social programs in the history of the United States (next to Social Security).

Did you know the program took money from profitable insurance companies and gave it to ones that failed? Sounds a lot like “redistribution of wealth,” doesn’t it? There were lots of little gems like that in the program.

Some people tried to fight this piece of Obamacare, to prevent the government from shelling $12 billion in tax dollars to failed insurers. But, unfortunately, the Supreme Court said no. Read more…


Big govt, Courts, Issues, Politics

Supreme Court Takes Unprecedented Action

The Supreme Court plays a vital role in upholding our government.

It decides whether laws are Constitutional, or not. Our justices often rule on cases that determine the Constitutional rights of all Americans.

For over 100 years, the court has carried out this duty. It even endured during intense times of trial, including wars and other crises. So, today’s announcement is pretty historic.

From LA Times:

The Supreme Court announced Monday it would not hold oral arguments during the next two weeks due to the coronavirus, the first postponement of its kind since 1918. Read more…