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Far Left Judges Starting A New Civil War

The ongoing insurrection against the duly elected government of the United States isn’t being led by the violent Far Left thugs of Antifa, nor is it being led by power-hungry Democrats on Capitol Hill – it is being led by black-robed revolutionaries working from federal courthouses, especially in the California-centered Ninth Circuit.

Is Chief Justice John Roberts Naïve Or Disingenuous?

Is Chief Justice Roberts’ claim that “We do not have Obama judges or Trump judges, Bush judges or Clinton judges” naive or was it a disingenuous defense of the role liberal activist judges have played in undermining the results of the 2016 presidential election?

I Left My Shoes In San Francisco

Kurt Schlichter, Townhall

What the liberal elite have in mind is no laughing matter. No one has to let people treat our sidewalks like a latrine. That’s a choice, a conscious decision made by the elite in the service of their irrational hatred of the Normal people who refuse to bow down. But we can choose to fight back. November’s coming. Vote Republican, and against people going on the sidewalk. If you’re going to San Francisco, be sure to wear some … booties over your shoes, cause you’re gonna meet some grody people there.

It’s Time For President Trump To Go Full Andrew Jackson On Overreaching Judges

Whether President Jackson defied the Supreme Court has been hotly debated ever since Worcester v. Georgia but the point is that unlike subsequent presidents and congresses, Jackson was prepared to challenge usurping federal judges and use all the power and discretion the Constitution grants the executive to pursue his policy goals.

San Francisco: The City of Bans

Steven Greenhut, The American Spectator

In San Francisco, two supervisors last week proposed banning companies from having cafeterias that offer employees free food and drink. Progressive local-government activism is a journey, not a destination. So it’s a sure bet that some New Important Cause will float to the top of the heap, like an errant plastic straw cresting a wave at San Francisco’s Ocean Beach. But just as it’s getting harder to play the “ban it or subsidize it” game, it’s also getting hard to guess what that next cause might be.

Why Not Make Sanctuary Cities Pay For The Border Wall?

According to our friends at openthebooks.com “sanctuary cities” extort almost $27 billion from American taxpayers to pursue their unconstitutional scheme to nullify the immigration laws passed by Congress. Withholding federal funds from just two of them would more than pay for the wall in just one year, and the rest would be gravy for the taxpayers of jurisdictions whose elected officials follow the Constitution and the laws passed by Congress.

Why Andrew Jackson Instead of Ronald Reagan?

President Donald Trump's choice of Andrew Jackson as his Oval Office muse shows President Trump knows his presidential history, and he’s chosen the right inspiration for the challenges that are before him.

Time to Demand Your Governor End “Sanctuary Cities” in Your State

No other Governors, including many Republicans who claim to be tough on crime, have acted with Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s resolve to put an end to the illegal and unconstitutional “sanctuary cities” in their states. It is time the grassroots mobilized to demand an end to so-called sanctuary cities and a return to the rule of law. We urge you to sign our petition demanding that your state's Governor withhold funds to any purported "sanctuary city" in your state.

Levin Reveals How Nancy Pelosi & Hubby Are Getting Rich Off Taxpayers

Right Scoop Staff

Mark Levin shed light on a corruption scandal where Nancy Pelosi and her husband are getting RICH from taxpayer subsidies being directed at a light rail company in San Francisco. And you’ll never guess who is ensuring this company gets these enormous subsidies.

America's Most Conservative Cities

Mark Olalde, The Republic/azcentral.com

A study by researchers at UCLA and MIT measured the policy conservatism of U.S. cities with more than 250,000 inhabitants.