Federal Judge Rules in Favor of Conservative Group, Demanding Access to Voter Rolls for Database Expansion

Santa Fe, New Mexico – A federal judge has issued a ruling stating that New Mexico election officials violated the National Voter Registration Act by refusing to provide voter rolls to a conservative group and its public online database. U.S. District Court Judge James Browning’s decision largely favors the Voter Reference Foundation, which seeks to expand a free database of registered voters to allow other organizations and individuals to search for potential fraud. However, critics argue that making voter lists widely available could expose sensitive information to bad actors or potentially disenfranchise voters through intimidation … Read more

Conservative Attorney John Eastman Faces Disbarment in California Over Role in Challenging 2020 Election Results

Los Angeles, California – Conservative attorney John Eastman could face disbarment in California for his involvement in creating a legal strategy aimed at helping former President Donald Trump maintain power after losing the 2020 election. The recommendation for disbarment was made by State Bar Court of California Judge Yvette Roland in a 128-page ruling on Wednesday. If the California Supreme Court upholds the recommendation, Eastman’s law license would be placed on “involuntary inactive” status. Eastman would also be required to pay $10,000 in monetary sanctions to the State Bar of California Client Security Fund, as … Read more

Conservative Groups Sue Biden Administration to Halt World’s Largest Wind Energy Project, Citing Threat to Endangered Whales

Washington, D.C. – A federal lawsuit filed in the U.S. District Court in Washington, D.C. is pitting green energy against the preservation of endangered whales. Three conservative groups, the Committee for a Constructive Tomorrow (CFACT), the Heartland Institute, and the National Legal and Policy Center, are suing the Biden administration and Dominion Energy over the proposed Virginia Offshore Wind project. The project, touted as the world’s largest wind energy venture, could potentially harm the North Atlantic right whale. The 61-page complaint lists the Interior Department, the Commerce Department, the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, the … Read more

Conservative Judge Shakes Up Supreme Court’s Dependence on Tradition: A Critical Analysis

Washington D.C. – In a recent critique of the Supreme Court, a conservative judge has raised concerns regarding the court’s heavy reliance on tradition in its decisions. The judge, known for his conservative principles, contends that this reliance restricts the court’s ability to adapt to societal changes and hinders the pursuit of justice. The critique, which offers an alternative perspective on the court’s decision-making process, challenges the notion that tradition should hold such significant weight in shaping legal outcomes. Rather, the judge argues in favor of a more flexible approach that takes into account evolving … Read more