Comey has thrown the book at people before and used facts to out-maneuver powerful figures, but he can’t challenge the Clintons.
Wisconsin’s senior senator has supported a plan that wouldn’t give terror suspects access to guns, but also wouldn’t violate due process rights, either.
Obama Administration gun plan includes putting mental illness entries into background check system without verification, ditching current HIPAA protections.
A radical activist who is a former Communist Party member and straw gun purchaser is scheduled to speak at Lawrence University in Appleton, WI.
In Pennsylvania, teacher unions and school boards are trying to cut funding for charter schools, which began in 1997, and public cyber schools, which began in 2001.
The U.S. Department of Justice wants to sentence as domestic terrorists three of the Occupy Cleveland members arrested for a bomb plot this spring, a November 9 court filing indicates. Defense attorneys continue to argue that the five defendants – all adult males – were manipulated by an FBI informant. The prosecution, led by U.S. […]
By: Brian Sikma A legal expert says that the federal Job Corps in Milwaukee violated the Hatch Act when it used federal vehicles to take federal program participants to vote in Tuesday’s election. “This is an outright violation of the Hatch Act and everyone involved should be appropriately punished,” said Hans von Spakovsky, senior legal […]
State Representative Clayton Luckie II of Dayton has been indicted by Franklin County Prosecutor Ron O’Brien on 49 charges stemming from six years of alleged election falsification and theft from his campaign account. His October 10 arrest comes as a result of an ongoing FBI investigation, two months after Luckie, a Democrat, abruptly ended his bid […]
Miami-Dade State Attorneys Office officials met with Miami-Dade Commissioner Esteban Bovo Wednesday about an ongoing investigation into absentee voter fraud. So far, state attorneys have not charged Bovo with a crime. The meeting took place hours after Bovo introduced a proposal to have taxpayers pay for postage on all absentee ballots. The proposal, intended to […]
On August 23, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit rejected an appeal from three Toledo-area men convicted of recruiting and training terrorists to kill American soldiers. Mohammad Amawi, Marwan El-Hindi, and Wassim Mazloum were convicted in June 2008 on two counts each of providing material support to foreign Islamist terrorist groups and conspiring to […]