The House Lawsuit is Essential in Saving Congress' Power of the Purse

Professor Ronald Rotunda has written an outstanding article on the US House’s lawsuit against the President.  Rotunda begins by asking a simple question if this lawsuit is so frivolous as its detractors claim, why are they putting on so much effort into stopping a law firm from representing the House?

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Questions Arise Whether Ms. Lynch Will Enforce the Law on Immigration

While generally appearing smooth and composed, the substance of some Ms. Lynch's answers were very troubling.  

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Lynch Must Answer Questions and Prove She Will not be Another DNC AG

Today at 10 a.m. eastern begins the hearings to replace arguably the most partisan Attorney General in History.  Loretta Lynch should be highly scrutinized to ensure she will not continue the shameful practices of Eric Holder.  A number of questions that she should answer.

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ICYMI-Voting Tony Soprano Would Approve of

Sometimes we are reluctant to talk about vote fraud for we may give some on the left new ideas.  A great example of that is the infamous messenger ballot system used in New Jersey.  As the Press of Atlantic City details in an editorial entitled “Messenger ballots/Invitation to fraud”:

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RNLA Quoted in Politifact on Online Voter Registration

RNLA Executive Director Michael Thielen was quoted today in Politifact about online registration, particularly regarding claims that it can help prevent fraud, save money, and is more efficient than paper based registration. RNLA articulated its position on online voter registration in detail in its response to the report of the Presidential Commission on Election Administration (PCEA) which can be found here. Thielen's quote in Politifact summarizes RNLA's position nicely, that RNLA supports online registration only under specific conditions: "When designed and implemented properly, online registration can be a more secure, accurate and cost-efficient way of doing voter registration."

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Conservative and Libertarians on Citizens United After 5 Years

The White House and protesters yesterday went after Citizens United on its fifth anniversary in mostly fact free attacks. As Curt Levey of the Committee for Justice writes in Apocalypse Imagined:

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RNLA 30th ANNIVERSARY RECOGNIZES PAST LEADERS

As part of its celebration of 30 years, RNLA has created a special task force of past Chairs and Presidents.  RNLA has come a long ways since 1985. 

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RNLA Chair Randy Evans on Why the RNC Chair was Re-Elected

RNLA congratulates the newly elected RNC Leadership Team.  Also, RNLA Chair Randy Evans wrote in the Atlanta Business Chronicle on Why RNC Chairman Reince Priebus was re-elected.  A few highlights below:

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RNLA Announces New Members to its Board of Governors

The Republican National Lawyers Association has added six members to its prestigious Board of Governors. Please join us in congratulating these top attorneys to RNLA's Board: Jake Curtis, John Fogarty, Eric Lycan, Beverly Weiss Manne, Peter Schalestock, and David Warrington. The press release with biographical information is available here.


REG 2014-01 Earmarking, Affiliation, Joint Fundraising, Disclosure, and Other Issues (McCutcheon)

RNLA release a detail letter commenting on proposed FEC regulations on speech.  A copy is here.  

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