Black leaders call on corporations to de-fund Black Lives Matter after launch of ‘#BlackXmas’ Christmas boycott campaign

Conservative Clergy of Color, a national non-partisan civil rights advocacy group, is calling on corporations and business leaders to withdraw their financial support from the Black Lives Matter movement following the launch of BLM's annual boycott of these same companies. BLM is actively attacking the very corporations that provide it with financial and public relations … Continue reading Black leaders call on corporations to de-fund Black Lives Matter after launch of ‘#BlackXmas’ Christmas boycott campaign

Catholic Fort Campbell employee slams LIUNA union bosses with federal lawsuit for illegal religious discrimination

J & J Worldwide Service employee Dorothy Frame, who works at Fort Campbell’s Blanchfield Army Community Hospital, is hitting Laborers’ International Union (LIUNA) officials at her workplace with a federal lawsuit for religious discrimination. She asserts that union officials are making her violate her Catholic religious beliefs by forcing her to fund the union’s activities … Continue reading Catholic Fort Campbell employee slams LIUNA union bosses with federal lawsuit for illegal religious discrimination

Judicial Watch files federal civil rights lawsuit for teacher fired for social media posts objecting to Critical Race Theory in schools

Judicial Watch filed a federal civil rights lawsuit on behalf of Kari MacRae, a Massachusetts high school teacher who was fired in retaliation for posts on social media objecting to the inclusion of critical race theory in schools (MacRae vs. Matthew Mattos and Matthew A. Ferron(No. 1:21-cv-11917). The lawsuit, which was filed in the United … Continue reading Judicial Watch files federal civil rights lawsuit for teacher fired for social media posts objecting to Critical Race Theory in schools

Trial on constitutionality of California gender quotas for corporate boards kicks off

Judicial Watch began a California Superior Court trial for December 1 in a taxpayer lawsuit challenging constitutionality of California’s gender quotas for corporate boards of directors (Robin Crest et al. v. Alex Padilla (No.19STCV27561)). The trial is expected to last three weeks and will take place in a Los Angeles courtroom Judicial Watch filed the lawsuit in Los Angeles County … Continue reading Trial on constitutionality of California gender quotas for corporate boards kicks off

New Secret Service documents reveal Bill Clinton trip with Ghislaine Maxwell to India

Judicial Watch announced it received 4 pages of records from the Secret Service that reveal that Bill Clinton took a trip with Ghislaine Maxwell to India. Maxwell, a longtime associate of Jeffrey Epstein, who is now on trial for sex trafficking and other charges. The documents were obtained through a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) request to … Continue reading New Secret Service documents reveal Bill Clinton trip with Ghislaine Maxwell to India

National Foundation for Gun Rights statement on Rittenhouse verdict

The jury in the Kyle Rittenhouse trial cleared Kyle of all charges against him, confirming that Kyle acted in self-defense against violent attackers during the Kenosha, WI riots in 2020. “Today, the American justice system worked as designed, and a young man who has been lambasted, defamed, and threatened by the media and anti-gun Left … Continue reading National Foundation for Gun Rights statement on Rittenhouse verdict

Sasse and Senate Judiciary GOP demand Biden AG testify on infamous school board memo

U.S. Senator Ben Sasse and members of the Senate Judiciary Committee wrote to Attorney General Garland, requesting that he return to the committee to provide additional testimony regarding his school board memo. Sasse was joined by Senators Lindsey Graham (R-South Carolina), Mike Lee (R-Utah), Tom Cotton (R-Arkansas), Thom Tillis (R-North Carolina), Marsha Blackburn (R-Tennessee), and … Continue reading Sasse and Senate Judiciary GOP demand Biden AG testify on infamous school board memo

Texas woman wins Round One in lawsuit challenging SWAT team destruction of her home

Last week a federal judge ruled that a lawsuit filed by a Texas woman whose home was destroyed by a SWAT team may move forward. This is a first step toward holding the city of McKinney accountable for destroying Vicki Baker’s home. “The court recognized that the city of McKinney is not exempt from the … Continue reading Texas woman wins Round One in lawsuit challenging SWAT team destruction of her home

Tyranny: FBI whistleblower reveals how Biden admin slaps terrorist ‘threat tags’ on parents who criticize Democrat policies

A government insider is blowing the whistle on what the FBI is doing to comply with an October 4th directive — covered by Townhall — from the Biden administration requiring federal agents to come up with a plan to monitor harassment of or threats against school board members, administrators, teachers, and support staff. A letter … Continue reading Tyranny: FBI whistleblower reveals how Biden admin slaps terrorist ‘threat tags’ on parents who criticize Democrat policies

UPTE union bosses back down, settle UC Irvine lab assistant’s lawsuit battling unconstitutional dues seizures from wages

University of California Irvine lab assistant Amber Walker has won a settlement forcing University Professional and Technical Employees (UPTE) union officials at her workplace to stop illegally taking dues money from her paycheck. The victory comes after Walker sought free legal aid from National Right to Work Foundation staff attorneys and hit UPTE officials with … Continue reading UPTE union bosses back down, settle UC Irvine lab assistant’s lawsuit battling unconstitutional dues seizures from wages