The Supreme Court (SCOTUS) reversal of the Kennedy v. Bremerton School District lawsuit signals a tectonic shift in religious freedom in the U.S., and few seem to realize its importance. The June 2022 landmark majority opinion, written by Justice Neil Gorsuch, centered on firing a high school coach because of his expression of faith. The 6-3 decision sets a game-changing precedent, effectively signaling an end to the separation of church and state. The SCOTUS decision has the power to usher in a new era of First Amendment-protected religious freedom for Americans.
Will Washington State Republicans reclaim the Third District Seat and send a Gold Star husband and Special Forces combat veteran and father to Congress in 2024?
After losing to Democrat candidate Marie Glusenkamp Perez in 2022, Joe Kent has geared up for a rematch and has an aggressive plan to win in 2024.
These “Money Mules” were not wealthy individuals. They were average Americans living in an average house in an average neighborhood. Or at least that is how it would appear. The investigative group observed massive patterns and red flags in the data. One of the biggest flags was that all of these campaign finance mules in Washington State had been making donations to Raphael Warnock in Georgia. Another massive pattern discovered was that these very active donors were all unemployed. It appeared that their full-time job was making donations to Democrat candidates and their campaigns.
• Floyd Brown of The Western Journal lays out an action plan for citizens of Arizona
• The Georgia Run-off election for U.S. Senate is December 6th
• Washington Third Congressional District
In Washington State districts 3 and 4, two America First candidates—Joe Kent and Loren Culp—also saw tens of millions of dollars spent to defeat them in their primary races against two incumbent RINOs, Reps. Jaime Herrera Beutler and Dan Newhouse, respectively. Both of the incumbents had voted to impeach Trump in January of 2021. Reps. Herrera Beutler and Newhouse saw millions of dollars spent...
Two things are very clear after watching the election irregularities in Tuesday’s primaries in Arizona and Washington. First, election fraud and shenanigans are still rampant in our system. Since 2020, the grassroots and our legislators haven't done enough to reform election laws at the state level. How do we respond? In the upcoming year, when state legislatures convene for new legislative...