Yes, Dr. Fauci. Federal courts have judicial review over CDC regulations—and every other law and regulation in America.

By Robert Romano “We are concerned about … the courts getting involved in things that are unequivocally a public health decision… This is a CDC issue, should not have been a court issue… It was perfectly logical.” That was Dr. Anthony Fauci, Director of the National Institute of Allergies and Infectious Diseases (NIAID) on CNN+ , contending that “public health decisions” made by […]


Tenn. Gov. Bill Lee should veto SB 1005 assault on free speech

By Rick Manning Gov. Bill Lee (R-Tenn.) should veto the SB 1005 – HB 1201 assault on free speech should they come to his desk. America is in a free speech crisis. The mere mention of involvement in issue advocacy has resulted in personal and professional attacks […]


West Virginia is ground zero for the battle for broad Educational Savings Accounts in America

By David Potter One of the broadest Educational Savings Accounts (ESA) in the nation is set to go into effect on Aug. 15 in West Virginia. The program stipulates $4,600 to West Virginia students that leave the public school system for either private schools or homeschooling. Any unused […]


Report: Maine, New Mexico, Nebraska and North Carolina take bold steps to end civil asset forfeiture’s deprivation of property rights

By Robert Romano Every year the federal, state and local governments seize about $3 billion of property via a process known as civil asset forfeiture , a perverse incentive for law enforcement officials to engage in searches in the hopes of finding something valuable to seize, knowing that that it most likely will not be challenged and recovered. Now, many states are taking action to finally end […]


Don’t prosecute criminals? Expect a crime wave.

By Rick Manning Frank James, the man who attempted to kill dozens in the New York Subway system last week had been arrested on nine separate occasions in the 1990s in New York City alone.  Additionally, he had been arrested for making terrorist threats in New Jersey during that same […]


Elon Musk smokes out radical Twitter investor and employees

Today’s column has two quick hits on issues that matter. First on the docket is the left’s on-going attack on Senior Associate Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas which have been unrelenting for the past thirty-one years since his nomination by President George H.W. Bush.  The […]


If he transforms Twitter, Musk will be demonized as severely as Trump. He should do it anyway.

By David Potter The Left loves free speech, but only if their speech is freer than that of people outside of their tribe. As big tech’s social media platforms have saturated American culture over the past 10-15 years, Silicon Valley technocrats have gained a previously unimaginable power- […]


Red wave 2022 seems almost inevitable

By David Potter The midterms outlook keeps getting worse for Joe Biden and the Democrats. According to data from a new CBS YouGov poll , the priorities of the American people are poorly represented in the DC beltway. Issues that concern Americans the most are also the same issues in […]


Democrat-controlled House Oversight Committee ignoring Hunter’s laptop to focus on NFL workplace conditions

By David Potter Last Tuesday, Democrats on the House Oversight and Reform Committee  denied a motion  for a subpoena that would compel President Joe Biden’s son, Hunter, to testify as a witness on electrifying the vehicle fleet belonging to the USPS. Republicans on the Committee seek to question Hunter in […]


Can Elon Musk save Twitter? Should he?

By David Potter Twitter has been struggling to find its footing in recent years with the social media platform under fire for political censorship and a lack of transparency. But, Twitter may have found a new ally in Elon Musk. The tech mogul recently disclosed that he […]

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