Calls Bounty for Zimmerman “Outrageous” and “Lawless”
Legal commentator Horace Cooper, a founding member of the African-American leadership group Project 21, is criticizing the New Black Panthers’ call for a ransom on George Zimmerman in the wake of the Trayvon Martin shooting.
“The efforts of the New Black Panthers go beyond legitimate discourse and are the legal equivalent of shouting fire in a crowded theatre,” says Cooper. “In addition to their ongoing investigation into the Martin shooting, authorities in Florida and Washington should Continue reading →
Washington, D.C. – Calling it a valuable safeguard of religious freedom in America, National Center for Public Policy Research Adjunct Fellow Horace Cooper says an amendment up for a vote in the Senate Thursday is necessary to protect the First Amendment against new regulatory mandates included in Obamacare.
“Religious liberty is an individual right that applies to all Americans. There should never be a popularity contest or any other restriction Continue reading →
Officials at the National Center for Public Policy Research are responding today to President Obama’s “compromise” infringement of the First Amendment guarantee of Freedom of Religion in the matter of the HHS “free” contraception/early abortifacient mandate. Continue reading →
Even Jesus’ Earthly Ministry Would Run Afoul of New HHS Rule, Says New National Center for Public Policy Research Paper
National Center for Public Policy Research Adjunct Fellow Horace Cooper is criticizing HHS Secretary Kathleen Sebelius for pushing a new health care mandate that forces church-supported soup kitchens, schools, and other charities to provide coverage for contraception, sterilization procedures and early abortifacients to all of their employees as part of their insurance plans.
“The new HHS rule represents a radical departure from the traditional treatment of religious organizations in America,” says Continue reading →
Attorney General is Wrong to Call Voter ID Unconstitutional, Says Horace Cooper of the National Center for Public Policy Research
Responding to a tsunami of evidence that opportunities for fraudulent voting have reached crisis levels, National Center for Public Policy Research Adjunct Fellow Horace Cooper is criticizing Attorney General Eric Holder and the U.S. Department of Justice for opposing efforts to crack down on illegal voting schemes.
Cooper, a legal commentator, is the author of the just-released “When the Dead Vote, the Continue reading →
National Center for Public Policy Research’s Horace Cooper Praises Ruling, Which Was Based on Fourth Amendment to U.S. Constitution
Washington, D.C. – National Center for Public Policy Research Adjunct Fellow Horace Cooper is praising the U.S. Supreme Court for its recent decision upholding the Fourth Amendment and limiting the ability of any government investigator to place GPS tracking devices on any American’s automobile without getting a warrant from a judge first.
The Fourth Amendment provides that “[t]he right of the people to be secure in their persons, houses, papers, and effects, against Continue reading →