17 States Join TX Supreme Court Suit Delaying Elector Appointment

Missouri led a group of 17 states in support of a Texas Supreme Court lawsuit aimed at delaying the appointment of presidential electors from fraud-rich states including Georgia, Pennsylvania, Michigan, and Wisconsin.  The December 9th brief reiterates the argument outlined in the Texas suit, emphasizing how state officials acted unconstitutionally when their judiciaries or executive branches tampered with elections laws, including the promotion of universal mail-in ballots. Texas and the additional 18 states instead argue that only state legislatures can legislate the appointment of electors. “The integrity of our elections is of critical importance to maintaining our republic, both today

‘Entire Body of Ballots is Constitutionally Suspect’ Claims Texas AG in Supreme Court Suit Seeking to Toss GA, MI, WI, and PA Results

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton’s new mega law suit asserts that in “failing to follow the state statutory requirements for signature validation and other processes for ballot security, the entire body of such ballots is now constitutionally suspect and may not be legitimately used to determine allocation of the Defendant States’ presidential electors.” The bombshell claim comes today – on the ‘Safe Harbor Day’ for electoral votes – as numerous challenges proceed to give Republicans more time to bring mounting evidence before federal courts as well as the Supreme Court. Paxton’s case notes “significant and unconstitutional irregularities in the Defendant

Texas AG Files Mega Suit Against Fraud-Heavy Swing States

Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton filed a lawsuit against Georgia, Michigan, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin in the United States Supreme Court. According to Paxton’s December 8th press release: The four states exploited the COVID-19 pandemic to justify ignoring federal and state election laws and unlawfully enacting last-minute changes, thus skewing the results of the 2020 General Election. The battleground states flooded their people with unlawful ballot applications and ballots while ignoring statutory requirements as to how they were received, evaluated and counted. “Trust in the integrity of our election processes is sacrosanct and binds our citizenry and the States in this

Overlooked Elections from Tuesday Provide Some Surprises

All eyes on Tuesday were on marquee races of the 2019 general elections in Virginia, Kentucky, and Mississippi. In Virginia, another blue wave devastated the GOP. In Kentucky, the incumbent Republican governor trails in a race that’s too close to call, while Republicans handily swept other statewide races on the ballot. Republicans also swept the statewide races in Mississippi. But elections in New Jersey and a handful of ballot initiatives have been overlooked. And there’s one more election coming up next week. In Tucson, Ariz., a strong majority rejected a ballot measure which would have declared it a sanctuary city. Tucson,

Judge Kemp’s Bible Gift to Amber Guyger Angers Atheist Group

On Wednesday, October 2, former Dallas police officer Amber Guyger was sentenced to 10 years in prison for the murder of Botham Jean. During the victim impact portion of the sentencing hearing, Jean’s younger brother, Brandt Jean, gave an incredibly compelling and compassionate statement in which he forgave Guyger and encouraged her to turn her life over to Christ. Before Guyger left the courtroom, Judge Tammy Kemp went into chambers and returned with her Bible, which she gave to Guyger to take with her to prison. There is no way to paraphrase the raw emotion of either of these actions

Pro-Life Healthcare Center Vandalized in Texas

Just months after vandals broke the building’s windows, a pro-life healthcare center in Texas has been vandalized for a second time. Austin LifeCare is a healthcare center that has been operating in Austin, Texas, for over 30 years. They work to meet the needs of those faced with unplanned pregnancies. Services are provided free of charge and include things like ultrasounds, resource provision, childbirth and parenting classes, and more. In June, the center took over a building that was operated as an abortion clinic by Whole Women’s Health for 13 years. Shortly after the organization moved in, vandals knocked the

Born-Alive Legislation Advances in Texas and North Carolina

In the midst of the debate over legal rights for babies who survive abortion attempts, two states have stepped forward in an effort to secure rights for these children: Texas and North Carolina. In Texas, the State House of Representatives passed House Bill 16, which relates to the enforcement of rights for a “living unborn child after an abortion,” by a vote of 93-1. If enacted, this legislation would mandate medical treatment for the surviving child. Doctors who fail to provide “the appropriate medical treatment” will face a third-degree felony charge coupled with a fine of at least $100,000. While

Texas Judge Overturns State’s Pro-Life Fetal Burial Law

A federal judge in Texas has struck down a law that required the burial or cremation of fetal remains — including the remains of those who had been aborted. Passed in 2017, Senate Bill 8 required healthcare centers to arrange for the burial or cremation of all deceased babies, whether from “abortion, miscarriage, stillbirth, or treatments for ectopic pregnancy.” The law was overturned on Wednesday by U.S. District Judge David Alan Ezra. “The implementation of this law, as I have pointed out, would cause and, if allowed to go into effect, would be a violation of a woman’s right to