The latest example of the “up is down, down is up” approach to the people’s business can be found in Virginia. There governor Terry McAuliffe – the former national Democratic party chairman – is unilaterally allowing 200,000 felons to vote in future elections, even though his action is expressly prohibited by the state’s constitution.Read more ›
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The ongoing and unprecedented #BoycottTarget pledge from the American Family Association (AFA, www.afa.net) has reached a staggering one million signatures, just one week after AFA first alerted consumers of Target’s controversial bathroom policy in its stores.Read more ›
Could gender neutral bathrooms be used to provide the ultimate cover for sexual exploitation? Going straight to the heart of the current bathroom controversy, Project Veritas went undercover in North Carolina to find out and is releasing their findings in this new video.Read more ›
Under legislation now being considered by the U.S. Senate applying retroactive sentencing reductions to drug offenders, a Columbus, Ohio triple murder suspect would still have been eligible for early release despite having a violent criminal past.Read more ›
Liberty Counsel has offered or provided pro bono assistance in 20 states regarding bathroom bills and religious liberty/LGBT issues in order to protect women and children. Since Governor Pat McCrory recently signed the Public Facilities Privacy and Security Act into law, North Carolina is now one of 29 states which do not recognize “sexual orientation” and “gender identity” as protected classes at the state level for purposes of public accommodations.Read more ›
South Dakota Attorney General Marty Jackley announced today the three individuals who were arrested by complaint for their roles in the financial misconduct case surrounding the GEAR UP in March 2016, have each been indicted by a Charles Mix Grand Jury.Read more ›
PayPal’s animus toward North Carolina’s bathroom bill is interesting considering that PayPal has no trouble doing business with more than 25 countries where homosexual behavior is illegal including five where the penalty is death. Yet, they object to the North Carolina legislature overturning a misguided ordinance about letting men into the women’s bathroom?Read more ›