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DC LAWSUIT: If You Allow BLM to Be Painted on Streets, You Must Allow Others’ Messages

Two pro-life groups sued Washington, D.C. this week, alleging that the city discriminated against them by denying permission for the groups to paint messages on the city’s streets after it allowed murals reading “Black Lives Matter” and “Defund the Police” to be painted on thoroughfares. The Frederick Douglass Foundation and...

Lawyer Lin Wood Files to Block Ga. Election Certification; ‘These People are Corrupt’

The automatic hand recount of the Nov. 3 presidential election in Georgia was supposed to raise public confidence in the process by assuring that precision and accuracy were top priorities. Instead, the discovery of new uncounted votes and other alleged recount irregularities may yield an even greater loss of trust...

Court Strikes Down Sanctuary City Policy in Gary, Ind.

A Lake County judge struck down the city of Gary, Indiana’s sanctuary city ordinance that prevented local law enforcement from cooperating with federal immigration agents. Gary’s “welcoming city” ordinance violated a 2011 state law banning sanctuary cities, according to a lawsuit filed in 2017 by attorney James Bopp Jr. The state’s...

Trump Campaign Lawsuit over Pa. Vote Heads to Court

(Headline USA) A hearing on the Trump campaign's federal lawsuit seeking to prevent Pennsylvania officials from certifying the vote results remains on track for Tuesday after a judge quickly denied the campaign's new lawyer's request for a delay. U.S. Middle District Judge Matthew Brann told lawyers for Donald J. Trump for...

Calif. Judge Rules Newsom Overstepped Bounds by Imposing Vote-By-Mail

A California judge ruled on Friday that Gov. Gavin Newsom overstepped his legal authority when he mandated that every state voter must receive a mail-in ballot for the general election. In June, Newsom issued an executive order declaring that “all Californians who are registered (and otherwise eligible) to vote in...

SCOTUS to Hear Calif. Case That Lets Union Organizers Trespass on Private Property

The Supreme Court has agreed to hear Cedar Point Nursery v. Hassid, a case that challenges a California law which grants union organizers permission to enter the property of agricultural businesses, Jurist reported. California's owners of agricultural properties and businesses do not have the right  to refuse entrance to employee...

Federal Judge Rules That DHS Secretary Did Not Have Authority to Suspend DACA

(Headline USA) A federal judge in New York ruled Saturday that Acting Department of Homeland Security Secretary Chad Wolf assumed his position unlawfully, a determination that invalidated Wolf's suspension of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. DACA gives amnesty to illegal aliens who came to the United States as...

Poll Watchers Sue Detroit over ‘Intimidation and Bullying’ Used to Prevent GOP Observation

Republican poll watcher Edward McCall said he faced a "pattern of intimidation and bullying" from other observers as he tried to monitor ballot processing at downtown Detroit's TCF Center, the Epoch Times reported. McCall and fellow GOP poll-watcher Cheryl A. Costantino alleged "numerous issues of fraud and misconduct" in the...

US Appeals Court Rejects Effort to Block Some Late Ballots in Pa.

(Headline USA) A federal appeals court in Philadelphia on Friday rejected an effort led by a Republican congressional candidate to block about 9,300 ballots that arrived after Election Day. The three-judge panel, led by Chief U.S. Circuit Judge Brooks Smith, noted the “unprecedented challenges” facing the nation this year, especially the...

Major Court Win for Trump Could Put Pa. Back in Play as Vote-Fraud Evidence Piles On

A major court victories in Pennsylvania added to a day of explosive revelations and accusations in President Donald Trump's full-court press to expose vote fraud and secure his re-election bid before the Electoral College convenes on Dec. 14. In the Commonwealth Court of Pennsylvania, Judge Mary Hannah Leavitt ruled that...

Two Mich. Poll Observers Sue After Witnessing ‘Rampant Fraud’

A pair of concerned voters filed suit in Detroit, Mich., the epicenter of a cascading election scandal involving Dominion Voting Systems that could ultimately entangle at least 28 states. Among those that relied on Dominion's voting software were all seven of the crucial battleground states poised to determine the still-disputed...

Supreme Court Seems Likely to Leave Obamacare in Place

(Headline USA) The Supreme Court seemed likely Tuesday to leave in place the bulk of the Affordable Care Act, including key protections for pre-existing health conditions and subsidized insurance premiums that affect tens of millions of Americans. Chief Justice John Roberts and Justice Brett Kavanaugh, among the conservative justices, appeared in...
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