Steve Cortes “if there is a President Biden, I think religious liberty is even more in doubt”

Appearing on NewsmaxTV, Steve Cortes said “if there is a President Biden, I think religious liberty is even more in doubt.” Twitter:.@CortesSteve tells @FinnertyUSA “if there is a President Biden, I think religious liberty is even more in doubt.” http://nws.mx/tv .@CortesSteve tells @FinnertyUSA "if there is a President Biden, I think religious liberty is even … Read more

Dominion Voting Systems warns Giuliani of “imminent” legal action

Attorneys from Clare Lock LLP, a law firm that specializes in defamation cases have sent letters to Trump lawyer Rudy Giuliani and White House counsel Pat Cipollone warning of “imminent” legal action on behalf of their client, Dominion voting systems. The letter demand Giuliani stop making “defamatory claims against Dominion” and ensure there is “no … Read more

16 Republican AGs Back NRA in Counter-Lawsuit against NY AG Letitia James

Sixteen Republican Attorneys General filed an amicus brief and are supporting the NRA in their lawsuit against New York Attorney General Letitia James. The state AGs that are backing the NRA are from: Alaska, Arkansas, Georgia, Idaho, Mississippi, Kansas, Kentucky, Louisiana, Missouri, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina, South Dakota, Texas, Utah and West Virginia. The NRA’s lawsuit … Read more

Trump officials deliver a plan to split up Cyber Command, NSA

Trump administration officials at the Pentagon late last week delivered to the Joint Chiefs of Staff a proposal to split up the leadership of the National Security Agency and U.S. Cyber Command. It is the latest push to dramatically reshape defense policy advanced by a handful of key political officials who were installed in acting roles in the Pentagon after Donald Trump lost his re-election … Read more