• This Professor May Hold The Key To When FBI Began Surveilling Trump

    This Professor May Hold The Key To When FBI Began Surveilling Trump

    What if Donald Trump is wrong? What if the Russia collusion investigation isn’t a witch hunt? What if it was a set-up—from the get-go?

    That’s one—maybe the most—logical conclusion to reach after gathering the crumbs dropped over the previous two years in light of the Washington Post’s story last week confirming the existence of a “top-secret intelligence source” involved in the 2016 presidential election.

    When the Washington Post ran its Wednesday story on the subpoena House Intelligence Committee Chairman Devin Nunes issued for information related to that intelligence source, it risked exposing the source’s identity. In an article for the Wall Street Journal, Kimberley Strassel highlighted the consequences of reporting on the leak: READ MORE...

  • What’s Behind Anchorage’s Failure To Secure Women’s Bathrooms?

    What’s Behind Anchorage’s Failure To Secure Women’s Bathrooms?

    On Tuesday, the Anchorage City Clerk made it official: Voters rejected Proposition 1, the citizen-initiated ballot proposal that would have required government-run facilities to maintain single-sex bathrooms and locker rooms, while allowing private businesses the right to decide their own privacy policies. The city certified the final tally of the voting, which ended on April 3, 2018, with “no” votes garnering 41,115 or 52.6 percent, to the “yes” votes of 36,993 or 47.4 percent.

    In heralding the victory, LGBT activists portray the first rejection by voters of a so-called bathroom bill as representative of a change in public opinion. The Chicago Tribune reported that transgender activist Lillian Lennon pronounced the defeat of Proposition 1 not just “a victory for Anchorage, but a victory nationally,” adding “[t]ransgender discrimination is popping up everywhere, and this victory means that as a nation we can stand together against discrimination.” READ MORE...

  • ACLU Argues To Limit All Speech To Make Trans People Comfortable

    ACLU Argues To Limit All Speech To Make Trans People Comfortable

    On Tuesday, the American Civil Liberties Union sued Alabama state officials in a federal district court on behalf of three transgender individuals. The plaintiffs all suffer from gender dysphoria: Darcy Corbitt and Destiny Clark are men but want to obtain Alabama driver’s licenses that will describe them as female; John Doe is female but seeks to change her driver’s license to one identifying her as male.

    In their lawsuit, Corbitt v. Taylor, the plaintiffs challenge the constitutionality of Alabama’s Driver License Policy Order No 63. It provides “that an individual wishing to have the sex changed on their Alabama driver license due to gender reassignment surgery are required to submit to an Examining office or the Medical Unit,” either an “amended state certified birth certificate” or “a letter from the physician that performed the reassignment procedure.” READ MORE...

  • Defenses Of Killing Disabled People Prove Abortion Is Inhumane

    Defenses Of Killing Disabled People Prove Abortion Is Inhumane

    Evidence of the humanity of the unborn and the inhumanity of abortion activists continues to accumulate. The most recent revelation of the latter came in the form of a tweet promoting the pro-“choice” position, declaring: “It is okay to think that every child matters however a lot of them do not hence the amnio test which should be a mandatory test and if it proves negative and the woman does not want to abort then all bills accrued after that is on her and the father … ”

    And then thinking she was proving her point, the abortion advocate, using the Twitter handle @OBSIDIANSMOAK, included a screen shot of 9-year-old Sophia, a little girl who suffers from Rett syndrome, “a rare neurological disorder that affects a child’s ability to eat, speak, walk and breathe [and] an unknown syndrome that has caused facial deformities.” READ MORE...

  • 6 Events That Prove Democrats’ Shutdown Over DACA Is A Fraud

    6 Events That Prove Democrats’ Shutdown Over DACA Is A Fraud

    Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) isn’t dead, and “dreamers” aren’t being deported, even though that’s the entire basis Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer claims for causing the government shutdown. It’s the Great Democrat Deception of 2018.

    The proof is in a petition the Department of Justice filed with the U.S. Supreme Court on Thursday, seeking immediate review of a district court judge’s decision striking President Trump’s decision to let DACA run out when it expires. That petition details the facts of DACA no one is reporting. READ MORE...

  • ‘Sanctuary Cities’ Case Should End Courts Making National Rules

    ‘Sanctuary Cities’ Case Should End Courts Making National Rules

    On Friday, the Department of Justice heads to the 27th Floor of the Dirksen Federal Building in downtown Chicago to defend its August 2017 decision to withhold federal funding from “sanctuary” cities. There, the DOJ will argue to a three-judge panel of the Seventh Circuit Court of Appeals that a lower court erred in ruling that the U.S. attorney general lacks the authority to condition grants on Chicago agreeing to provide federal agents access to jails to question criminal aliens and to notify the Department of Homeland Security before releasing aliens from custody. READ MORE...

  • Why James Damore’s Lawsuit Will Be A PR Nightmare For Google

    Why James Damore’s Lawsuit Will Be A PR Nightmare For Google

    Google’s public relation’s mess is just beginning. In August, when Google fired software engineer James Damore following the leaking of Damore’s internal memorandum discussing workforce diversity through a non-PC lens, the storyline went that, as an at-will employee working for a private company, Damore lacked legal recourse. At the time, I challenged the conventional wisdom, arguing Damore had a solid basis to sue Google—illegal retaliation in violation of Title VII.

    Given my niche in, among other things, federal employment law, my earlier exposition naturally focused on the federal anti-discrimination statute. In addition to prohibiting sex and race discrimination, those laws make it unlawful for an employer to fire an employee for opposing illegal discrimination. READ MORE...

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