It’s Not Too Late to Protect Our Elections

We're hearing many states are still struggling to staff poll workers for the upcoming elections. One of the most important things we can do to defend free and fair voting is to get involved and be present when and where votes are cast.

By |2022-07-27T16:05:18-04:00July 27th, 2022|

Election Integrity

Let us be very clear: no "pandemic" suspends the rule of law in America, our Constitution.

By |2022-06-14T00:24:15-04:00June 14th, 2022|

Biden: It’s Not Who Can Vote, But Who Gets to Count the Vote

It is a shocking statement that could easily be attributed to a third world dictator. When asked about election legislation this week, the president of the United States of America stated, “It’s not who can vote, but who gets to count the vote. Who counts the vote—that’s what this is about.” The definition of a political gaffe is when a politician accidentally tells you what they really think. And what President Biden really thinks is that the Feds should take over elections, stripping states of their election responsibilities as designated by the U.S. Constitution. The Dems want to control who counts the votes.

By |2022-01-20T15:21:03-05:00January 20th, 2022|

Merrick Garland Announces Department of Justice Will Try to Block Texas’ Redistricting Plan

These United States are in the midst of creating new Congressional maps for the 2022 election. Things don’t look great for the Democrats. Not only did core Democrat states lose population because large numbers of their citizens voted with their feet, but those citizens also ended up in Red States. Making matters worse for the Democrats, in 23 states, the GOP controls the state legislature and the governor’s mansion. The Democrats only have that advantage in 14 states. So while Illinois Democrats can rejoice at forcing arch-conservative Adam Kinzinger from office, Texas gains two seats.

By |2021-12-08T20:45:17-05:00December 8th, 2021|

Report: States’ Primary The Elections Clause: Constitutional Authority Over Elections

The1 Constitution reserves to the States the primary authority to set election legislation and administer elections—the “times, places, and manner of holding of elections”—and Congress’ power in this space is purely secondary to the States’ power. Congress’ power is to be employed only in the direst of circumstances.2 Despite Democrats’ insistence that Congress’ power over elections is unfettered and permits Congress to enact sweeping legislation like H.R. 1, it is simply not true. History, precedent, the Framers’ words, debates concerning ratification, the Supreme Court, and the Constitution itself make this exceedingly clear.

By |2021-08-26T18:30:20-04:00August 26th, 2021|

Come on Man! Is Voter Fraud Real?

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.

By |2021-05-02T07:49:17-04:00May 2nd, 2021|

New Jersey’s Needs a Civil Rights Lesson: No mask? No Vote!

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 |2021-07-20T19:59:47-04:00May 1st, 2021|

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