Disunity and Elitism at the DNC Convention – Beyond Reality TV

After the GOP convention, all eyes turned to Philadelphia for the Democratic National Convention, and what a slow motion train wreck it has been.  Once you get past the lies and blatant attempts to deceive the American people, you can start to see that even the most tenured of Democrats are not buying the garbage spewing forth from the stage. There have been walkouts, consistent “booing” frequently when Clinton’s name is mentioned, and even resignations in the first few days. The DNC is in a tailspin plummeting toward the ground at a high rate of speed.

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Finally Some Good News For Free Speech Advocates

Free speech has continued to be in the news as of late. Most recently we have addressed digital free speech and the left’s persistent attacks focused on regulating the last bastion of truly free speech available to citizens of this country. For free speech advocates who were listening to Republican Nominee Donald J. Trump’s speech on July 21, 2016, we heard something out of this candidate that should make everyone celebrate. Trump vowed to repeal the IRS restriction on churches’ free speech.

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Briefs Filed in Case Challenging Known Illegal Voting in Minnesota

Reply briefs were filed today in a case pending before the Minnesota Supreme Court challenging continuing violations by election officials that allow ineligible voters, such as felons, to vote illegally in Minnesota.  The case was filed by the Minnesota Voters Alliance:

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VA Supreme Court Strikes Down McAuliffe's Blanket Restoration of Felon Voting Rights


5th Circuit on TX Voter ID Law - Remains in Effect, Accommodations Required

Yesterday, the en banc 5th Circuit ruled in the challenge to Texas' voter ID law.  While the left is claiming a victory, widely saying that the court found the law unconstitutional, the opinion is actually much more nuanced and leaves the primary requirements of the law in effect.  

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AG and RNLA Member Speaks About SCOTUS At RNC.

Arkansas Attorney General, Leslie Rutledge and RNLA member spoke at the RNC yesterday issuing some blistering attacks on Hillary Clinton. In particular, she took the time to call attention to the additional impact that the Presidential Election will have on the Supreme Court.

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BREAKING: Trump Announces Gov. Pence as VP Pick

Today, Donald Trump announced his Vice Presidential running mate, Gov. Mike Pence of Indiana.  RNLA praises Mr. Trump for selecting an excellent attorney with a wealth of government experience and solid conservative credentials as his running mate:

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Rules Committee Meets for Thoughtful Debate and Consideration of Rules

The Convention Rules Committee is meeting in anticipation of the Republican National Convention next week.  The 112-member Rules Committee is composed of one male and one female delegate from each state and territory.

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Clinton Reiterates Support for Unrealistic and Dangerous Election "Reforms"

While the media focused on Bernie Sanders' endorsement of Hillary Clinton yesterday, Hillary made a speech following Sen. Sanders' endorsement that contained calls for liberal election and campaign finance "reform."  This is a familiar refrain from the Democrats this year, but Hillary's speech had some new points.  The "reforms" are in line with the draft of the "most progressive platform in the history of party" released by the Democrats earlier this week.

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RNLA Advocates Opposition to Mandatory Voter Registration and Mandatory Voting in GOP Platform

The Platform Committee began meeting today, in preparation for next week's Republican National Convention.  

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