Members of Congress Discuss Electoral College Challenges, Vote Fraud

House representatives Jim Jordan and Mo Brooks appeared yesterday on Sunday Morning Futures with Maria Bartiromo to make their case challenge to the certification of electors on January 6th.  Senator Ted Cruz also joined Maria yesterday to discuss his reasoning why he and a block of Senators decided to challenge the Electoral College results. Cruz… Read More Members of Congress Discuss Electoral College Challenges, Vote Fraud

MeWe Owner: Government Regulation Isn’t Necessary

With the European Union threatening to break up tech companies, like Facebook and Google, and with the U.S.’s recent antitrust actions, MeWe owner, Mark Weinstein, gives some fascinating insights at a recent post at his blog as to why this isn’t necessary. The best reason to subject social media and other Soviet Valley technology companies… Read More MeWe Owner: Government Regulation Isn’t Necessary

Backlash Grows in California Against State Lockdown Order

Thankfully, backlash against Gov. Gavin Newsom’s coronavirus lockdown order is growing in California and the Golden State’s rural areas are the one of the centers of resistance. The San Francisco Chronicle profiled Steve Knauff of Steve’s Sportsmans Cafe in Mariposa County. His restaurant is still serving food to hungry crowds and said he is ignoring… Read More Backlash Grows in California Against State Lockdown Order

Texas Attorney General explains Supreme Court election integrity lawsuit

On Tuesday, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton elaborated on the merits of a lawsuit his state filed against Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan and Wisconsin, on Sean Hannity’s Fox News shows. In his suit, Paxton claims those states violated the election guidelines set by the U.S. Constitution in the 2020 election. He also notes that when a state sues… Read More Texas Attorney General explains Supreme Court election integrity lawsuit