IRS Changes Policy After House Judiciary Exposes Weaponization of Unannounced Visits

On Monday, the Internal Revenue Service announced that it is making significant changes to its controversial policy of making unannounced visits to taxpayers' homes:

The Internal Revenue Service announced Monday that it will "end most" unannounced visits by agency revenue officers to taxpayers' homes as part of an effort to address "public confusion and enhance overall safety measures for taxpayers and employees."

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Judiciary Democrats Ram Dangerous "Ethics" Bill Targeting SCOTUS Through Committee

On Thursday, Senate Judiciary Democrats passed the Supreme Court Ethics, Recusal, and Transparency Act out of Committee. This bill is a dangerous piece of legislation that is the Democrats' latest attempt to attack the legitimacy of the Supreme Court.

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Democrats Manufacture Crisis to Provide Cover for Undermining the Supreme Court

On Thursday, Senate Democrats led by conspiracy enthusiast Sheldon Whitehouse and Senate Judiciary Chairman Dick Durbin will take the next step in its quest to reshape the judiciary by holding a Committee vote on the Supreme Court Ethics, Recusal, and Transparency Act. Because the radical Left doesn't like some of the decisions made since Justices Gorsuch, Kavanaugh, and Barrett joined the Court, they have manufactured a crisis to provide cover for their attacks on the legitimacy of the Court. As Senate Republican Leader Mitch McConnell pointed out in remarks on the Senate floor last week:

The Supreme Court is not in crisis when it refuses to reliably and predictably advance Democrats’ priorities. The Court is not in crisis when it puts the text of our laws above politics.

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Democrats Obstruct at ACE Act Markup

After a marathon markup that wrapped up Thursday evening, the American Confidence in Elections Act (ACE Act) passed out of the Committee on House Administration.

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Introduction of American Confidence in Elections Act Announced in Atlanta

On Monday, Committee on House Administration Chairman Bryan Steil introduced the American Confidence in Elections Act (ACE Act), "the most conservative election integrity bill to be seriously considered in the House in over 20 years":

On the day before the 2023 MLB All-Star game, I’m excited to be in Atlanta for the introduction of the American Confidence in Elections (ACE) Act. The ACE Act is a conservative, federalist approach to boost voter confidence and encourage more states to implement common-sense election integrity reforms. 

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SCOTUS Deals Fatal Blow to Affirmative Action in Higher Education

In what Ed Whelan dubbed "The Chief Justice's Greatest Opinion," the Supreme Court has dealt a fatal blow to affirmative action in higher education:

The Supreme Court today issued its long-awaited decision on whether the admissions systems used by Harvard College and by the University of North Carolina unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race. In a combined ruling in the two cases, a six-justice majority ruled that the admissions systems violate Equal Protection standards—standards that apply directly to UNC as a state institution under the Equal Protection Clause and that apply to Harvard, as a recipient of federal funding, via Title VI of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. . .

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House Republicans Uncover More Shady Biden Family Behavior

As more information comes to light, the Biden family's problems continue to grow. Over the last week, House Oversight Republicans posted communications that point to the involvement of President Joe Biden in his family's shady business dealings.

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Another Historic Week Expected at the Supreme Court

This week is shaping up to be another historic week at the Supreme Court, which is expected to release the remaining decisions from its 2022-2023 term. Two of the most closely watched cases are challenging the alleged race-based admissions policies of Harvard and UNC Chapel Hill. As Judicial Crisis Network's Carrie Severino pointed out on Fox News, Americans are tied of the discriminatory, race-based college admissions policies.

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MO AG Chronicles Gov't Infringement on Freedom of Speech at House Hearing

On Wednesday morning, Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey testified before the House Oversight Subcommittee on the Coronavirus Pandemic at hearing entitled, Churches vs. Casinos: The Constitution is not Suspended in Times of Crisis." General Bailey spoke strongly about the “systemic, organized attempt to suppress the speech of tens of missions of Americans.”

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Problematic Ranked-Choice Voting Used for First Time in Virginia

Virginia's first ranked-choice voting election was conducted today in Arlington, Virginia to fill two open seats on the Arlington County Board. Even before Election Day, problems with the system were beginning to appear. The Washington Post explained that there was confusion over who was responsible for educating the public about the new way of voting, and the public straight up didn't understand how ranked-choice voting works:

Much of the frustration has focused on the wonky, hard-to-follow way that votes are counted: Because ranked-choice voting is being used to pick not one but two nominees, critics say the tabulation methods are unfamiliar, confusing or even undemocratic. . .

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