Eric Schneiderman

CHQ Rallies Conservative Leaders To Defend Fourth Amendment

Led by CHQ Chairman Richard A. Viguerie, American Target Advertising President of Corporate Affairs attorney Mark Fitzgibbons, Former Virginia Attorney General Ken T. Cuccinelli, III and CHQ Editor George Rasley a group of 35 prominent conservative leaders has submitted comments to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau demanding the bureau respect the protections of the Fourth Amendment.

Democrats Sue Over Citizenship Question In The Census

The Democrats’ eruption over the citizenship question is that states with large illegal alien populations don’t want a future Congress to eliminate illegal aliens from being counted for the purposes of congressional reapportionment and allocation of federal funds where they are currently stealing from the rest of America’s taxpayers and voters by inflating their population with illegal aliens.

Conservative Leaders Demand Hearing On IRS Privacy Violations

Conservative leaders are fighting serious violations and evasions of the Internal Revenue Code by California Attorney General Kamala Harris and New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman. Harris and Schneiderman have engaged in illegal disclosures of confidential donor names and addresses that a federal judge called a "pervasive, recurring pattern of uncontained Schedule B disclosures...".

Did IRS' Lois Lerner Collude With Liberal AGs to Silence Conservatives?

The First Amendment and your right to privacy is under attack -- again. This time, liberal attorneys general for California and New York are violating the privacy of nonprofit organizations donors AND there's strong implications suggesting that they're colluding with the infamous (now "on leave-with-pay") head of IRS Exempt Organizations, Lois Lerner. The efforts to shut down this blatant abuse of power by leftists who want to strangle nonprofits' First Amendment rights are gaining momentum as more new information about Lerner’s collaboration with state officials comes to light. 

Lib AGs Breaking Donor Privacy Law

Mark Fitzgibbons, American Thinker

CA, NY AGs are extorting nonprofits into exposing their donors in order to get licensed to ask for contributions.