I don’t know about you, but when I take on a cause or a project I’m proud of what I do. I support it against all detractors and nay-sayers because I believe in it. So, when proponents of a cause suddenly start to hide what they are doing, or deny they are even doing it – that should set off alarm bells and raise questions about the honesty and legitimacy of that cause. Continue reading →
“District law is consistent – consistent in refusing to protect the right to life of an unborn child at any moment prior to birth, either from abortionists or from knife-wielding home invaders.” – NRLC Legislative Director Douglas Johnson
Aerial view of Washington, D.C. Photo via Wikipedia
WASHINGTON, D.C. — Press reports of a shocking crime highlight the fact that unborn children in the nation’s capital currently have absolutely no legal right to life at any moment prior to birth.
According to multiple press reports, an unnamed woman, about eight months pregnant, was asleep in her Southeast Washington apartment at about 2:30 a.m. Continue reading →
WASHINGTON, D.C. – Judicial Watch, the nation’s largest government watchdog group, sent a letter asking Supreme Court Justice Elena Kagan to address the facts surrounding her tenure as Solicitor General and the enactment and subsequent legal defense of the PPACA (Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act), as well as to provide an articulation of her reasoning behind any decision regarding recusal.
Emails previously obtained by Judicial Watch suggest that, during Justice Kagan’s tenure as Solicitor General, the Office of the Solicitor General had been Continue reading →
The following is an article by my friend Juwanna and this is highly recommend reading — especially for people who view with indifference the importance of exercising civic responsibilities including informed voting. — Alan
Then General Dwight David "Ike" Eisenhower talking with U.S. paratroopers in 1944.
It’s been awhile since I talked about my grandmother. Those of you who are not dog lovers might find this silly, but with the recent departure of my three Golden Retriever guests my thoughts have been drawn to her. Both these wonderful puppies and my grandmother showed me nothing but their complete love. I miss all four of them Click here to continue reading
Washington, D.C. – Karen Harned, executive director of the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB) Small Business Legal Center, today lauded the Supreme Court’s unanimous decision in Sackett v. EPA, to uphold landowner rights.
Requiring overtime for in-home caregivers will have detrimental effects, says NFIB
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The National Federation of Independent Business(NFIB), the nation’s leading small-business association, submitted comments today to the U.S. Department of Labor warning of the potentially crushing effects of a proposed rule requiring overtime for home health care workers. The new rule would reduce the availability of in-home care while having no positive impact on workers’ wages. Continue reading →
Seattle-area case highlights need for state Right to Work law
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Seattle, WA – An employee at a private, non-profit public defense law firm has filed federal unfair labor practice charges against a Seattle-area union for violating her rights.
With free legal assistance from National Right to Work Foundation attorneys, Society of Counsel Representing Accused Persons employee Stephanie Kalfayan filed the charges Friday with the National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) Continue reading →
Washington, D.C. – People are gathering in over 100 cities across the nation this Friday, March 23, to take a stand for their constitutional rights and freedoms. After President Obama stated last month that all religious institutions will be forced to include contraceptives and Continue reading →
Washington, D.C. – Next week marks the two-year anniversary of President Barack Obama signing the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act into law. Signing this Act and the Health Care and Education Reconciliation Act, the two bills that comprise Obamacare, was an egregious violation of President Obama’s oath to uphold the Constitution, as the individual and employer Continue reading →
One of most troubling aspects of the growth of government is how it has limited our creativity in response to challenges of all kinds. This is especially apparent when financial difficulties confront us today. Instead of brainstorming as a society for fresh approaches to age-old difficulties, we pass the problems along to elected officials Continue reading →