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Craig Bannister | March 4, 2024
“BREAKING HUGE NEWS,” Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced on social media Monday, cheering a federal appeals court ruling on his state’s immigration law that had been blocked by a lower court. “Federal appeals court allows Texas immigration law to take effect,” wrote: “Law enforcement officers in Texas are now authorized to arrest & jail any illegal immigrants crossing the…
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Craig Bannister | March 4, 2024
“BREAKING HUGE NEWS,” Republican Texas Governor Greg Abbott announced on social media Monday, cheering a federal appeals court ruling on his state’s immigration law that had been blocked by a lower court. “Federal appeals court allows Texas immigration law to take effect,” Gov. Abbott wrote: “Law enforcement officers in Texas are now authorized to arrest & jail any illegal immigrants…
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Craig Bannister | March 4, 2024
In a 9-0 ruling, the U.S. Supreme Court reversed a Colorado Supreme Court ruling that former President Donald Trump could be removed from the state’s 2024 presidential ballot. States do not have independent authority to decide who can, and can’t, be on their ballots based on Article 3 of the 14th Amendment (“insurrection”), because the Constitution gives sole authority to do so rests with…
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Craig Bannister | March 4, 2024
On Saturday, House Judiciary Committee Chair Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) sent a letter to a lawyer representing Alphabet, Inc., Google’s parent company, calling for documents related to “how and to what extent the Executive Branch has coerced or colluded with companies and other intermediaries to censor lawful speech” in Artificial Intelligence (AI). It also requests that Google’s Senior Director of…
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Craig Bannister | March 1, 2024
On Friday, House Judiciary Chairman Rep. Jim Jordan (R-Ohio) provided “the big takeaway” from the deposition of First Son Hunter Biden’s deposition related to the impeachment probe of Pres. Joe Biden. The number of times he said something that was directly contradicted by other witnesses that we’ve already deposed, and evidence we’ve already taken in, was a big number,” Rep. Jordan said in an…
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Craig Bannister | March 1, 2024
Consumer sentiment declined in February, disappointing analysts’ expectations, according to the monthly University of Michigan Consumer Index report released Friday. February’s drop in consumer sentiment was the first month-to-month decline in three months. Economists had expected the index to be unchanged. Consumers’ assessment of their current personal finances and their expectations also…
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Craig Bannister | March 1, 2024
“Today is a day of an extraordinary contrast,” Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said Thursday, noting the differences between the same-day visits to his state by Pres. Joe Biden and former Pres. Donald Trump. Amidst Texas’ ongoing illegal immigration border crisis, Biden visited a part of the state secured by the very border wire the Biden Administration has ordered the Border Patrol to destroy. There,…
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Craig Bannister | February 29, 2024
“Excuse me, media.  McConnell never supported Reagan conservatism,” iconic conservative commentator Mark Levin said Wednesday, as liberal media bemoaned Sen. Mitch McConnell’s (R-KY) announcement he will be leaving his role as Republican Senate leader. In a thinly-veiled ploy to attack former president and Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump, leftist media have portrayed Sen.…
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Craig Bannister | February 28, 2024
House Democrats used an unconstitutional ploy to pass a $1.7 trillion omnibus spending bill signed by Pres. Joe Biden in December of 2022, a federal court ruled on Tuesday. Ruling on a lawsuit filed by Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton, federal Judge James Hendrix agreed that House Democrats, led by Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.), did not have a constitutional quorum present needed to pass the…
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Craig Bannister | February 28, 2024
In one 12-day period this month, U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO) officers apprehended 275 convicted illegal alien sex offenders across the U.S. From February 5-16, ERO arrested about two dozen illegal alien convicted sex offenders a day during a nationwide sweep, ICE reports. The operation follows a similar effort in January, in which ERO…