Justice Clarence Thomas Deserves Recognition as an Icon of Black History
It's a lingering stain on this country that one name is consistently absent from Black History Month celebrations each February: Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Based solely on our skin color, many prefer African Americans adopt certain ideological positions. When we don't, the attacks can be relentless.
An Overview of Federal Parental Rights Protections in The United States
Over the last few years, parental rights have consistently been trampled on by school boards, school administrators, teachers’ unions, and even some teachers. An ever-growing movement is now infusing classrooms with race-based policies that teach young children to judge others based on skin color, instruction that sexualizes young children, and materials designed to undermine the nuclear family.
United States vs. Donald J. Trump
On August 1, 2023, the Department of Justice (“DOJ”), through its Special Counsel Jack Smith, filed a 45-page, four-count indictment against former President Donald Trump in the United States District Court for the District of Columbia.
America First Urges Supreme Court to Hold Administrative Courts Unconstitutional
Protecting Qualified Immunity
Qualified Immunity is a legal doctrine that protects certain government actors from personal liability while performing their official duties.