The right to bear arms is enshrined in our Constitution. Liberals treat it as a policy issue rather than a right and pass laws blocking individual right to self-defense. Freshman Rep. Lauren Boebert (R-CO) is challenging DC gun laws that only allow unloaded guns in Congressional offices and none on the streets. We expect the DC government to take legal action. This may end in a Supreme Court challenge.
White House trade adviser Peter Navarro issued a blistering 36-page report Thursday, in which he asserted that voter irregularities and election fraud have been found in "more than sufficient" quantities to swing the election to President Donald Trump. Source: Trump Adviser Navarro: 6 Frauds ‘More Than Sufficient’ to Swing Election Outcome
As crisis tyrants continue to target churches, and liberals call peaceful protestors “treasonous,” where should we stand on civil disobedience? This article by our friend Larry Reed at FEE is just as relevant now as it was when he wrote it in May — in fact, more so. If our liberty comes from our Creator, and therefore cannot be abridged by man, then where better to start with peaceful civil disobedience than in defense of religious liberty?
When Gov. Whitmer earned her ACRU “Crisis Tyrant” designation in April, even we could not project how far her dictatorial behavior would go. Phill Kline of the public interest law firm Amistad Project, sums it up perfectly, noting the Governor has ordered destruction of forensic evidence while also threatening criminal prosecution against any legislators or citizens who fight her corruption and tyranny.
An audit of the Dominion Voting System by Allied Security Operations Group has revealed an astounding level of vote count errors. A massive 68 percent error rate? Accidental or on purpose? The initial audit was in a “reliably Republican county” where thousands of votes were recorded for Joe Biden that were actually Donald Trump votes. The error was rectified but leaves significant questions about Dominion machines across the country. This objective and quantifiable report is likely the tip of a very ugly iceberg.
The far left “non-partisan” organization Center for Tech and Civic Life had an enormous impact on Georgia voting this year and is likely to extend its reach in years to come. In a September issue of EIB, we noted that CTCL provided a grant to a Dallas election official who is also one of its advisors. This extensive research by the Capital Research Center is a harbinger of vote manipulation yet to come courtesy of CTCL. /.single__extended-info Source: Leftist Big Tech money uses Georgia as a vote-gathering test case
Because we treasure our seniors' votes, ACRU created its Protect Elderly Votes project and created a nationwide multi-tiered outreach to warn of potential vote fraud against seniors. It appears many residence directors and boards of election chose to ignore the warning, and as this article points out, many seniors were used by vote fraudsters to collect votes illegally.
I'm saddened to write of the death of libertarian economist Walter E. Williams. He passed away Wednesday morning at the age of 84, less than a day after teaching a class at George Mason University, where he worked for 40 years and helped transform his department into a highly respected center of free market scholars. A popular syndicated columnist whose work appeared in over a hundred newspapers on a weekly basis, he was a long-time contributor to Reason and served as an emeritus trustee of Reason Foundation, the nonprofit that publishes this website.
Patriot. Friend. Teacher. Student. Husband. Father. Legendary thinker. Christ follower. On this day of profound mourning for Professor Walter E. Williams, it is difficult to summarize the life and legacy of my friend with only a few words.
American Constitutional Rights Union Remembers and Honors ACRU Policy Board Member Professor Walter E. Williams
The Board, leadership and staff of American Constitutional Rights Union mourn the loss today of Professor Walter E. Williams, an honored and beloved member of the ACRU family. Professor Williams served as Policy Board Member and advisor to ACRU since its inception.