Republicans Celebrate Centennial of Women's Suffrage

Today marks the 100th anniversary of the ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment, which gave women the right to vote.  Earlier today, President Trump held a press conference with members of the bipartisan Women's Suffrage Centennial Commission.  During the press conference, President Trump surprised everyone by announcing he would be pardoning women's rights icon, Susan B. Anthony.

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Liberals Promote Dangerous, False Narrative About the Post Office

As Election Day 2020 gets closer, the United States Postal Service has come under increased scrutiny as voting by-mail has become the reality for more Americans than ever before. However, the increased scrutiny has led to some misleading hot takes by prominent celebrities and Democratic lawmakers that have the potential dangerous consequence of undermining public confidence in the election. Republicans are calling them out as lawmakers prepared to hear from Postmaster General Louis DeJoy at a House Oversight Committee hearing next week.

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FBI Attorney to Plead Guilty to Falsifying FISA Warrant Against Page

On Friday, the Department of Justice released a document officially charging former FBI attorney Kevin Clinesmith with falsifying the FBI's infamous FISA warrant against Carter Page. It states that Clinesmith "willfully and knowingly make and use a false writing and document, knowing the same to contain a materially false, fictitious, and fraudulent statement and entry in a matter before the jurisdiction of the executive branch and judicial branch of the Government of the United States.” He is expected to plead guilty.

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States Should Look to Those Who Have Implemented Absentee Ballot Systems with Safety and Security in Mind

As November quickly approaches, Democrats are using every tactic they can to alter how elections are administered, including pushing for a radical departure from the status quo when it comes to absentee voting. 

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Harris is More Than Willing to Mislead Americans About Her Record

Yesterday, presumptive Democratic Presidential nominee Joe Biden announced that he selected California Senator Kamala Harris as his running mate.  While the mainstream media has dubbed her a centrist, her record suggests otherwise.

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Kamala Harris on Judges: It's Not about Precedent; It's Personal

Joe Biden has reportedly picked Kamala Harris as his Vice Presidential running mate.  RNLA has followed her closely, and below, we list her views on judicial nominees and the judicial nominating process for your information.  More will be published in the coming days.   

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AG Barr Holds Nothing Back In New Interview with Mark Levin

On Sunday night, a new interview with Attorney General Bill Barr aired on Mark Levin's "Life, Liberty, and Levin." The interview covered an array of topics including recent public unrest and voting issues. Levin's interview comes only a few weeks after Attorney General Barr endured hours of unfettered questioning by House Democrats at a Judiciary hearing.

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RNLA Honors Harvey Tettlebaum with Robert J. Horn Chairman’s Award

It is particularly fitting that the leadership of RNLA in 2020 selected Harvey Tettlebaum to win the "Robert Horn Chairman's Award."  Harvey and Bob were law partners.  Although Harvey is a Missouri Republican party leader and lawyer who views Washington warily while Bob was a DC insider comfortable with lobbyists and insiders at cocktail parties, they were close friends.  As Bob passed away this year, in a sense the role of "senior leader" has passed to Harvey.  Below is the official press release.  

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FEC Chair Stops Liberal Group's Effort to Use Political Speaker's Ignorance to Go After Facebook

In July, the Federal Election Commission dismissed a complaint filed by the liberal Campaign Legal Center (CLC) against America Progress Now (APN). CLC alleged that APN had technically violated federal campaign finance regulations by failing to include required disclaimers for political ads on Facebook Ads run by APN's Facebook page. CLC also insinuated that APN was a "fake political group."  However, CLC's real motive was not to get the small potatoes APN. The Commission made the decision to dismiss the Campaign Legal Center's complaint unanimously. In FEC Chairman Trey Trainor's Statement of Reasons for the complaint's dismissal, he raised concerns how a technical violation could be used to chill free speech.

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It's Time to Stop Nevada Democrats' Unconstitutional Election Power Grab

On Tuesday, Donald J. Trump for President, Inc., the Republican National Committee, and the Nevada Republican Party sued Nevada Secretary of State Barbara Cegavske, challenging Assembly Bill 4 (AB4), which was signed into law by Governor Steve Sisolak on Monday after a brief debate on Sunday regarding the 60-page, single-spaced bill.  The bill represents yet another instance of Democrats taking advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to permanently alter the way elections are run throughout the country.

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