In a series of two blog posts, RNLA will detail our top 10 blog posts of 2019. Today Numbers 10-6.
10. May 1: TOP MOMENTS OF BARR HEARING
Attorney General Bill Barr drives it home -"How did we get to this point? The President was falsely accused of colluding with Russians - the evidence shows those allegations are false. To listen to some of the rhetoric you’d think the Mueller Report had found the opposite."
As RNLA Vice President for Communications Harmeet Dhillion wrote: It is becoming increasingly clear that there really was a collusion plot to influence the result of the 2016 election — but it was conceived by the Obama administration and carried out by partisan investigators at the FBI.
As President Trump’s Executive Order states: “In particular, my Administration seeks to promote free and open debate on college and university campuses. Free inquiry is an essential feature of our Nation's democracy, and it promotes learning, scientific discovery, and economic prosperity. We must encourage institutions to appropriately account for this bedrock principle in their administration of student life and to avoid creating environments that stifle competing perspectives, thereby potentially impeding beneficial research and undermining learning.”
7. November 20: PRESIDENT TRUMP "FLIPS" SECOND AND ELEVENTH CIRCUITS
This success—along with the record number of federal appellate judges President Trump has appointed to date—is a testament to the tangible impact the president has had in reshaping the federal judiciary with constitutionalist judges who are committed to the rule of law.
6. December 10: RNLA FILES FEC COMPLAINT AGAINST BLOOMBERG
[Bloomberg News] will remain owned by a candidate and will continue to cover that candidate’s campaign and those of his rivals, but it will not investigate him or any of the other rivals, except for the one rival he says he’s running against, the President. This breaks with Bloomberg News’ pattern of campaign-related news accounts that, until recently, gave reasonably equal coverage to all opposing candidates—and renders Bloomberg News ineligible for the media exemption.
Part 2 next week. Thank you for reading the RNLA Blog this year!