When a three-legged stool becomes a two-legged one, it falls over. There is a near-infinite list of very good reasons the founders designed our government structure with three arguably opposing bodies. Those would be the executive, legislative, and judicial branches. They're supposed to serve as checks and balances against each other, but power-hungry legislators would love nothing more than to control the judicial system — here's why that's a very bad idea.
Is the COVID passport the scariest idea of them all? Think about this. It's the first "real" mandated program, run by the government, "allowing" and "denying" behavior based on personal attributes private to... you. You've noticed how the tech companies collect data subversively and just happen to show you that new ad for a (fill in the blank) just minutes after you looked at something similar somewhere on the internet. Now apply that concept to your not-very-trustworthy government and think about how the passport can be used to collect all manner of information about your beliefs, actions, purchases and who knows what else. Scary stuff...
Remember all those media anchors repeating in lockstep, "unfounded claims of voting fraud...?" We all know vote fraud exists and is present in every election. Here's an explanation illustrating just a few of the ways election fraud exists.
Talk about voter suppression... New Jersey Governor Philip D. Murphy: ‘I think if you refuse to wear a mask, we’re not letting you in. It’s that simple.’ The NJ governor needs a refresher on civil rights as he's treating American's most fundamental civil rights like privileges. Will his tyrannical thinking expand to vaccinations?
By almost any measure, the first three months of 2021 were the worst ever for online freedom. Amazon, Twitter, Apple, Google, Facebook, YouTube and others proved to the world that the Big Tech censorship of conservatives is a reality. And they did so in disturbing, authoritarian ways that highlight their unchecked power over information and our political process.
The Arizona Democratic Party filed a lawsuit on Thursday seeking to stop the state’s Senate from carrying out an audit of the 2020 election results in Maricopa County.
Burgess Owens Shreds Democrats’ Comparison Of Voter Integrity Laws To Jim Crow: I ‘Actually Experienced Jim Crow’ Laws
Congressman Burgess Owens (R-UT) on Tuesday slammed Democrats’ claims that Georgia’s new voter integrity laws are somehow comparable to Jim Crow laws. The freshman congressman shared his personal experience under Jim Crow, saying that it’s “extremely offensive” to make the assumption black Americans aren’t capable of getting a form of identification.
There is a fashionable standoffishness characteristic of much elite thinking about blacks’ relationship to America—as exemplified, for instance, by the New York Times’s 1619 Project. Does this posture serve the interests, rightly understood, of black Americans? I think that it does not.
Democratic leaders no longer even try to hide their real objectives. All of the bills introduced by Democratic lawmakers of late have been undisguised power grabs.
One clear message coming out of a Thursday news conference with congressional Democrats is that their court-packing plan is really about the future of how elections are conducted in the United States.