“Defund these mandates once and for all,” @ChipRoyTX leads colleagues in renewed funding fight

Rep. Chip Roy (TX-21) led 38 of his House Republican colleagues in once again pledging to oppose federal funding for the enforcement of COVID-19 vaccine mandates. "So far, Congress has not leveraged the full ‘power of the purse’ to end the COVID-19 vaccine mandates that continue to harm tens of thousands of Americans – most notably our medical workers, military personnel, … Continue reading “Defund these mandates once and for all,” @ChipRoyTX leads colleagues in renewed funding fight

Mike Pence Fights Back, Files Amicus Brief in Religious Freedom Case

Advancing American Freedom (AAF) founder Mike Pence announced the filing of a merits amicus brief by AAF, Young America’s Foundation (YAF), and 42 additional organizations and individuals in Kennedy v. Bremerton School District at the Supreme Court of the United States. AAF previously filed an amicus brief asking the Supreme Court to hear the case, and the … Continue reading Mike Pence Fights Back, Files Amicus Brief in Religious Freedom Case

Police, firefighters, doctors, first responders to march against COVID mandates

A coalition of groups including police, fire and other first responders, doctors, nurses, Boston city workers, business owners, students and more are marching again to fight exclusionary and prejudicial health protocols. The group plans to assemble Saturday, March 5 at 11am at the Ruggles Train Station Rotary at 1150 Tremont Street and to march from that location. "Boston media has refused to … Continue reading Police, firefighters, doctors, first responders to march against COVID mandates

Scalise to Dems: American People Won’t Forget What You Put Them Through

House Republican Whip and Ranking Member of the Select Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Crisis Steve Scalise’s (R-La.) opening statement at today’s Select Subcommittee’s hearing highlights students’ declining mental health and academic performance because of Democrat-led lockdowns and mandates. Whip Scalise slams President Biden for caving to teachers union bosses on whether students should be wearing masks in the … Continue reading Scalise to Dems: American People Won’t Forget What You Put Them Through

The Libertarian Party Response to the State of the Union

Delivered by Libertarian National Committee Chair, Whitney Bilyeu For just over 230 years, the President of the United States has addressed Congress and the nation to deliver an annual message. This message has been delivered during good times and bad, times of prosperity and times of need, and throughout most of my life — during … Continue reading The Libertarian Party Response to the State of the Union

Senators demand Biden DOJ crack down on growing anti-Catholic violence

Sen. John Kennedy (R-La.) today urged Attorney General Merrick Garland to identify and bring to justice criminals guilty of targeting Catholic churches and worshipers.  “In August 2020, I wrote a letter to the Department of Justice (DOJ) expressing alarm over the violence in the United States aimed at Catholics and their institutions and property. In … Continue reading Senators demand Biden DOJ crack down on growing anti-Catholic violence

Libertarians Given Minority Party Status, Committee Appointments In Wyoming

Wyoming House of Representatives Speaker Eric Barlow named the Libertarian Party an official minority party in the state legislature for the first time in state history. This was done when he announced that freshman Libertarian Representative Marshall Burt had been appointed to the Corporations Committee, a distinguished honor rarely given to representatives in their first … Continue reading Libertarians Given Minority Party Status, Committee Appointments In Wyoming

Texas Mechanic Wins Right to Open His Shop in Ongoing Challenge to Pasadena’s Parking Minimum Law

A a Harris County judge allowed Azael Sepulveda, the owner of Oz Mechanics in Pasadena, Texas, to open his shop while his lawsuit against the city of Pasadena is pending. The temporary injunction was granted in a suit filed by the Institute for Justice (IJ) challenging the city’s mandatory parking minimum law, which requires Azael … Continue reading Texas Mechanic Wins Right to Open His Shop in Ongoing Challenge to Pasadena’s Parking Minimum Law

The Voice of the Martyrs Calls Christians to Pray for Persecuted Chinese Believers During Winter Olympic Games

Over the next few weeks the eyes of the world will turn toward Beijing and the 2022 Winter Olympic Games. Leading up to and during the Games, The Voice of the Martyrs is calling Christians to commit to pray for Chinese Christians suffering persecution at the hands of the oppressive Communist government of the host country. At PrayForChina2022.com, … Continue reading The Voice of the Martyrs Calls Christians to Pray for Persecuted Chinese Believers During Winter Olympic Games

Judicial Watch Sues FBI for Records about Controversial Garland Memo Targeting Parents

udicial Watch announced that it filed a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) lawsuit for all FBI records related to the October 4, 2021, memorandum issued by Attorney General Garland targeting parents who objections to Critical Race Theory in schools (Judicial Watch v. U.S. Department of Justice (No. 1:21-cv-03389)). Judicial Watch filed the lawsuit after the Federal Bureau … Continue reading Judicial Watch Sues FBI for Records about Controversial Garland Memo Targeting Parents