Under Biden, Homeland Security Department Obstructing Inspector General Investigations

House Committee on Oversight and Reform Ranking Member James Comer (R-Ky.) and Oversight Committee Republicans are launching a probe into efforts by the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) to obstruct oversight by the Office of Inspector General (OIG). In a letter to DHS Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas, the Republican lawmakers raise concerns about a memo advising … Continue reading Under Biden, Homeland Security Department Obstructing Inspector General Investigations

Feds Report Significant Year-Over-Year Decline in Marijuana Seizures at the US Border

Federal officials report a significant drop in the quantity of marijuana they are seizing at the US international border, according to data compiled by the US Department of Homeland Security. According to reporting provided by borderreport.com, “Department of Homeland Security agencies in FY2021 seized 160 tons of marijuana, an average of 874 pounds a day. With three … Continue reading Feds Report Significant Year-Over-Year Decline in Marijuana Seizures at the US Border

Comer Presses Hunter’s Financial Advisor on Biden Family’s Suspicious Foreign Business Deals

House Committee on Oversight and Reform Ranking Member James Comer (R-Ky.) today is pressing Hunter Biden’s financial advisor, Edward Prewitt, for information about Hunter Biden and the Biden family’s foreign business deals that have triggered suspicious activity reports (SARs). Prewitt, a former Clinton Administration political appointee, advised Hunter Biden on financial transactions when U.S. banks … Continue reading Comer Presses Hunter’s Financial Advisor on Biden Family’s Suspicious Foreign Business Deals

Whistleblowers: FBI Leadership Pressuring Agents to Artificially Pad Domestic Terrorism Data

New whistleblower information reveals that FBI officials are pressuring agents to reclassify cases as “domestic violent extremism” (DVE) despite lacking the criteria to meet such a classification. Whistleblower disclosures have also detailed the agency’s effort to exaggerate DVE data to satisfy the Bureau’s leadership. One whistleblower explained that because agents are not finding enough DVE cases, they are encouraged and … Continue reading Whistleblowers: FBI Leadership Pressuring Agents to Artificially Pad Domestic Terrorism Data

Seventeen State Attorneys General Join GOA in Filing for Preliminary Injunction Against Biden “Ghost Gun” Rule

On Monday, Gun Owners of America (GOA) and the Gun Owners Foundation (GOF) filed a motion for a preliminary injunction against the Biden Administration’s “Ghost Gun” and Gun Registry Final Rule, which will go into effect on August 24.  Today, GOA and GOF were joined by the Attorneys General of 17 states in the filing: Arizona, … Continue reading Seventeen State Attorneys General Join GOA in Filing for Preliminary Injunction Against Biden “Ghost Gun” Rule

Influential Law Professors Urge Supreme Court to Not Expand Qualified Immunity

Qualified immunity—a powerful doctrine that shields government employees who violate someone’s constitutional rights from lawsuits—is among the most contentious issues facing our nation today. But there is one fact that many, including a professor who helped create it, agree on: the doctrine does not protect those who act outside of their job description. “This makes … Continue reading Influential Law Professors Urge Supreme Court to Not Expand Qualified Immunity

IAM Union Quickly Folds in Boeing Technician’s Lawsuit over Unlawful Dues Deductions, Union Must Return Dues

A technician at Boeing’s Auburn, WA, facility has won a settlement requiring International Association of Machinists (IAM) union officials to return dues money seized from his wages in violation of his rights under Supreme Court precedent. He received free legal aid from the National Right to Work Legal Defense Foundation. In May, Boeing technician Don … Continue reading IAM Union Quickly Folds in Boeing Technician’s Lawsuit over Unlawful Dues Deductions, Union Must Return Dues

U.S. Supreme Court Appeal: Immigrant Entrepreneurs Challenge Law that Let Hospital Conglomerates Stop Their Home Health Care Business

Americans are entrepreneurial, especially immigrants. One out of four start-ups are founded by people not born in the country. Yet many states have laws that effectively shut new entrants out of a sector that could stand to benefit from innovation: health care. These “certificate of need” or CON laws let large health care companies effectively monopolize certain … Continue reading U.S. Supreme Court Appeal: Immigrant Entrepreneurs Challenge Law that Let Hospital Conglomerates Stop Their Home Health Care Business

GOA and GOF Sue New York Over New Concealed Carry Restrictions

Gun Owners of America (GOA) and the Gun Owners Foundation (GOF) filed a federal lawsuit in the Northern District of New York over the recently enacted Concealed Carry Improvement Act.  The lawsuit was filed on behalf of a GOA member from Schenectady County. Among other alarming provisions flouting recent Supreme Court precedent, this law will require concealed carry … Continue reading GOA and GOF Sue New York Over New Concealed Carry Restrictions