Democratic Census Talking Points Debunked by the Supreme Court

When the Supreme Court handed down their decision on Thursday in Department of Commerce v. New York, many Democrats celebrated it as a win. While the outcome of the case may have been in their favor, the Supreme Court decision rebutted many of the talking points Democrats have made against the census question. Here are … Continue reading Democratic Census Talking Points Debunked by the Supreme Court

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AOC Continues to Lie About Her Intent Behind Labeling Border Facilities “Concentration Camps”

The media has been quick to rush to defend Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez in her latest statement that Trump and the Republicans are running “concentration camps” at our southern border. She initially made this statement during an Instagram Live. She said, The United States is running concentration camps on our southern border, and that is exactly what … Continue reading AOC Continues to Lie About Her Intent Behind Labeling Border Facilities “Concentration Camps”

My Thoughts on the Separation of Parents and Children

The separation of parents and children at the border is "cruel and immoral," writes former first lady Laura Bush.Senator Kamala Harris calls it "human rights abuse." Most Americans are heartbroken and saddened by these revelations. First, it was the shocking pictures of children in cages, which proved to be from the Obama administration in 2014. … Continue reading My Thoughts on the Separation of Parents and Children

If the Washington Post is correct, Mueller is breaking Federal Law

Because of the summer, I haven't been able to post as much as I'd like. However, I would like to give my brief thoughts on the latest update in the Trump-Russia investigation. Of course, the investigation is no longer, and never was, investigating Trump personally colluding with Russia. Instead, it has taken a look at … Continue reading If the Washington Post is correct, Mueller is breaking Federal Law

Ingersoll v. Arlene’s Flowers: Discrimination or Religious Liberty?

"I'm not asking for anything that our Constitution hasn't promised me and every other American: the right to create freely, and to live out my faith without fear of government punishment or interference," Barronelle Stutzman said when addressing the public after the recent verdict in a lawsuit concerning her flower shop. Stutzman is a florist … Continue reading Ingersoll v. Arlene’s Flowers: Discrimination or Religious Liberty?