Google CEO Testifies to the House

Today, Google CEO Sundar Pichai testified before the House Judiciary Committee amid allegations of anti-conservative bias and privacy violations on the platform. Chairman Bob Goodlatte began the investigatory hearing on “Transparency & Accountability: Examining Google and its Data Collection, Use, and Filtering Practices” by making several remarks

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ICYMI - Grassley Asks for Info on Raid of Clinton Foundation Whistleblower's Home

In case you missed it last week, Senator Chuck Grassley asked for information regarding a raid on the home of a whistleblower on the Clinton Foundation:

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RNLA Praises Nomination of Bill Barr to Be AG

Today, President Trump announced his intention to nominate former U.S. Attorney General Bill Barr to be the next Attorney General of the United States.  The RNLA congratulates Mr. Barr and praises President Trump's selection:

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President George H.W. Bush Remembered During Funeral Today

Today, the world laid to rest the 41st President of the United States, George H.W. Bush. His funeral was filled with family members, senators, and clergy joyfully recollecting his life and the impact that he had on his family, friends, community, and world.

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ICYMI: RNLA VP Wins Major Victory for Free Speech on Campus

RNLA’s Vice President for Communications hit a home run for free speech on college campuses on behalf of her clients, Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) and the UC Berkeley College Republicans.

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RNLA Leaders Remember and Honor President George H.W. Bush

President George H.W. Bush will be greatly missed, not only by his family and those who knew him best, but by the whole country and world. President Bush proudly and honorably served his country, beginning by his heroic service in the United State Navy following the attacks on Pearl Harbor and then eventually as the youngest aviator (at that time) in the United State Navy. President  Bush became involved in politics by running for office and being appointed to several distinguishing positions throughout Republican committees and administrations. His last and most distinguishing political title came in 1988 when he was elected to serve as President of the United States, being the first incumbent vice president in 152 years to do so. Additionally, President Bush is part of only two father-son pairs in United States history to serve as Presidents.

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EAC Nominee Don Palmer Shows Experience and Commitment to Fair Elections in Hearing

Yesterday, the U.S. Senate Committee on Rules and Administration held a hearing on the nomination of Donald Palmer to serve as a Commissioner on the Election Assistance Commission. This is a prestigious appointment for Mr. Palmer who has already had a career of prestige, integrity, and honor. Currently, Mr. Palmer wears multiple hats including serving as a fellow at the Bipartisan Policy Center. Mr. Palmer’s career in public service has been extensive, serving as a Naval Reserve Officer, serving as a trial attorney at the Department of Justice, serving as the Director of Elections in Florida, and acting as Secretary of the State Board of Elections in Virginia.

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Opposition to Farr is Far from the Truth

While the ABA, nonpartisan and Republican legal circles all agree that Thomas Farr is well qualified to be a District Court Judge, Senator Schumer and DC-based liberal judicial smear groups are attacking Mr. Farr.  The irony is that the items they are attacking him for are supported by Democrats!

First, Mr. Farr is being attacked for defending North Carolina’s voter ID law for his client, the state of North Carolina.  Putting aside the lawyer's ethical duty to his clients, voter ID is supported by a large majority of Democrats in every survey released.  The most recent survey put the numbers at 63% support for a photo ID requirement from Democrats and more interesting, 69% support from lower-educated Democrats.

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What Really Happened in Broward County

I was on the ground as an observer in Broward County during the Florida recount involving Governor Rick Scott and Senator Bill Nelson. Washington Democrats, Republicans, and the media are all confused regarding what really happen in Broward in the past few weeks.

Democrats want to say that any vote fraud or miscounting in Broward was caused by their inefficiency, not bad intent. Yet, there can be no question the final vote total stole votes from Rick Scott.

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Imagine if Sam Adams Had to Provide a Disclaimer

Every school kid knows the refrain of Boston’s Sons of Liberty during revolutionary times of “No Taxation without Representation.” Well, today in Massachusetts that saying would not be allowed without a lengthy disclaimer with founding father Sam Adams face on it.

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