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Let’s Celebrate Lack-of-Independence Day | The Project For A New American Government

A classic American Dissident Voices broadcast republished to commemorate July 4th Listen to the broadcast by Kevin Alfred Strom HAPPY INDEPENDENCE DAY. I’m a positive person, and there is hope, so I kept the “happy” in there — even though there’s a lot to be unhappy about this Fourth of July; mainly three things: our…

Happy Flag Day, My Mother Died Today And A Family’s Connection

Stick with me here folks. The story I am going to tell you may give you the goosebumps. It may be too saccharine for others. Regardless, it is true. My 87 year old mother died today–the same day set aside to celebrate the U.S. flag–peacefully. She had a long, good life and, like anyone who…

Over 4,000 Illegal Immigrants Crossed The Southern Border Over Memorial Day Weekend

The liberal media may not talk about it very often anymore, but the border crisis is still happening. More than 4,000 people crossed the border illegally on Memorial Day weekend alone. That’s the size of the population of a town. FOX News reports: TRENDING: “The Truth About January 6th” Documentary to Premiere Exclusively on The…

Barely Anyone Notices Hillary Clinton As She Leads March At Annual Chappaqua Memorial Day Parade… And What’s With Her Glasses? (VIDEO)

Hillary marches in Chappaqua parade; photo credit: Sean Patrick Maloney Bill and Hillary Clinton led the march at the annual Chappaqua Memorial Day parade on Monday. The parade started at 11 am and ended with a ceremony at Memorial Plaza near the train station, WABC reported. A few people clapped as Hillary Clinton waved to…

More Canceled Flights Pile Up On Memorial Day Weekend

More canceled flights piled up on Sunday on a busy Memorial Day weekend. More than 1,500 flights were canceled Saturday morning in addition to the 2,300 flight cancellations on Friday. Delta Airlines blamed bad weather and “air traffic control actions” for Friday’s cancellations. 1,460 flights were canceled as of 7 PM ET Sunday, according to…

This Day in Liberal Judicial Activism—May 24

Federal district judge Michael H. Watson rules (in Ohio Organizing Collaborative v. Husted) that an Ohio law that altered the period for early in-person voting from 35 days . . .

This Day in Liberal Judicial Activism—May 19

When Oregon officials irresponsibly refuse to defend their own marriage laws, the greatest relief that ought to be awarded is a default judgment in favor of the named plaintiffs.

NYC Mayor Eric Adams Blasts Pro-Lifers, Says Women Have Right To Abortion Up To Day Of Birth

Next to Communist China, the Democrat Party has the most barbaric policies on abortion in the world today. Western European countries have limits on abortions. Most do not allow abortion after the first trimester unless there is serious danger to the mother’s health. Democrats in the US demand abortion up to the moment of birth….

Moderna’s New CFO Resigns Just One Day On The Job After Previous Employer Launches Financial Investigation

Moderna’s recently appointed chief financial officer has stepped down after just one day on the job following his previous employer launching an internal investigation related to financial reporting. Moderna announced on Wednesday that its new chief financial officer, Jorge Gomez, is leaving the company effective immediately. In the meantime, recently retired Chief Financial Officer, David Meline,…

Judge Denies Trump’s Request To Lift Contempt Order, Will Have To Pay $10,000 Per Day Despite New Affidavit Swearing He Can’t Find Subpoenaed Docs

Earlier this week New York Judge Arthur Engoron held Donald Trump in contempt and ordered a fine of $10,000 per day that he refuses to turn over documents to New York Attorney General Letitia James. During a hearing on Monday, the judge considered James’ contempt request. “Mr. Trump, I know you take your business seriously,…

This Day in Liberal Judicial Activism—April 21

In his majority opinion in Shapiro v. Thompson, Justice Brennan rules that state and D.C. laws that deny welfare assistance to residents of less than a year violate a constitutional right to travel interstate.

Keystone Pipeline Would Have Delivered 830,000 Barrels of Oil a Day to US — More than Current Daily Russian Imports

On his first day in office, Joe Biden killed off 42,100 jobs by ending construction of the Keystone XL Pipeline. The project would have delivered 830,000 barrels of crude to the US every day. Then, a few months later in May 0221, Joe Biden waived sanctions on Russia’s gas pipeline to Germany. The US was not allowed…

Blake Masters: “Joe Biden Violates the Constitution EVERY SINGLE DAY – a Culture of Lawlessness

Blake Masters joined Tucker Carlson on Monday night to discuss the historic crime wave and record numbers of homicides in America today. Masters told Tucker put blame where it is due — at the feet of Joe Biden. Blake Masters:  “It’s not just low-level crime. You got to look at who’s in charge. You got…

They Are Higher than the Day Biden Released Oil from the Strategic Petroleum Reserve

Gas prices at a BP station in New York City, November 24, 2021. (Andrew Kelly/Reuters) This morning, the American Automobile Association reports that the national average price of gasoline is $3.44 per gallon for regular unleaded — ten cents higher than it was less than two weeks ago! That price is actually a few cents…

Leaked White House Notes From Situation Room Meeting Day Before Kabul Fell Reveals Biden’s Afghan Failures

Someone in the Biden Admin is leaking documents to the media… Leaked White House notes from the Situation Room meeting one day before Kabul fell obtained by Axios reveals just how unprepared Joe Biden was for the Afghanistan withdrawal. According to the notes, the Biden Regime was scrambling at the 11th hour and had just…

“Wear All Day” MySlippers Now 50% Off

Mike Lindell introduced a new product recently — MySlippers. They make a great Valentine’s Day present! Mike says: “When I created my new MySlippers I wanted it to have everything you could need in a slipper. I wanted a slipper that was more comfortable than anything before it but also durable enough to wear all…

This Day November 28 | National Review

(giftlegacy/Getty Images) 1975—President Gerald Ford nominates Seventh Circuit judge John Paul Stevens to fill the Supreme Court seat vacated by retired Justice William O. Douglas.    Not long before his death at the end of 2006, Ford will rashly state that he is “prepared to allow history’s judgment” of his presidency to rest exclusively on his…

This Day November 25 | National Review

2021—Happy Thanksgiving! Be grateful that the secular activists in the judiciary weren’t dominant when George Washington was president, or we’d never have this great, and deeply religious, American feast. In the words of Washington:  Whereas it is the duty of all nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey His will, to be…

This Day in Liberal Judicial Activism—November 21

The Alaska supreme court rules that a hospital operated by a nonprofit corporation is a “quasi-public institution” and that the state constitution’s “right of the people to privacy” requires that the hospital allow elective abortions to be performed on its premises. The post This Day in Liberal Judicial Activism—November 21 appeared first on Federal Inquirer…

This Day November 20 | National Review

(Pixabay) 2018—In the course of applying the Supreme Court’s existing abortion regime to enjoin a Mississippi law that prohibits abortions after fifteen weeks of gestation, federal district judge Carlton W. Reeves can’t refrain from littering his opinion (in Jackson Women’s Health Organization v. Currier) with various injudicious and ill-considered remarks. He contends, for example, that…