ATLANTA, GA – Tea Party Patriots Action Honorary Chairman, Jenny Beth Martin, released the following statement regarding a link between the New York Times piece smearing Justice Kavanaugh and a larger attack on the judiciary.
"When you take a step back you can see how this is all part of a coordinated, unprecedented attack on the independent judiciary. This latest smear did not occur in a vacuum. It occurred after several Democratic Senators attacked the Supreme Court in a letter they made public, after many Democratic presidential candidates openly expressed support ...
And we thought the smear campaign against now-Justice Brett Kavanaugh was over. On Sunday, the New York Times had to walk back on some outrageous, malicious and downright false claims of sexual assault by Justice Brett Kavanaugh during his college days.
The article by Robin Pogrebin and Kate Kelly, adapted from their forthcoming book, alleged there was corroboration of an incident in which Kavanaugh, as a college student at Yale, exposed himself to a female classmate at a party. Upon hearing about this, numerous 2020 Democratic candidates made calls to “impeach” ...
The Senate will return Monday, and stay in session through Thursday, while the House will return Tuesday and stay in session through Friday.
LAST WEEK ON THE HOUSE FLOOR:
The House came back to work on Tuesday, and voted to pass three bills under Suspension of the Rules.
On Wednesday, the House took up and passed H.R. 205, the Protecting and Securing Florida’s Coastline Act of 2019 and H.R. 1941, the Coastal and Maritime Economies Protection Act.
On Thursday, the House took up and passed H.R. 1146, the Arctic Cultural and Coastal Plain Protection ...
Leftist politicians are doing what they do best: bullying and threatening Republicans to give them what they want. Speaker Nancy Pelosi warned that if the Senate didn’t pass a universal background check bill, there would be “hell to pay.”
The Hill reports:
The House bill cleared the chamber in February but no Senate Republican has signed on as a co-sponsor, giving it long odds for clearing the upper chamber.
Schumer on Monday said the two roadblocks to the House bill becoming law are Trump and McConnell.
“It is totally up to them and it is on their ...
September 12, 2019 – Atlanta, GA – Jenny Beth Martin, Honorary Chairman of Tea Party Patriots Action, has issued the following statement regarding President Donald Trump's nominations to the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals:
“I am thrilled that President Trump has nominated two outstanding candidates to the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. As the first Hispanic woman to serve on Florida’s Supreme Court, Barbara Lagoa has proven to be an exemplary jurist. Similarly, Robert Luck is a man of high character and has demonstrated a deep understanding of our ...
On Wednesday, the Senate Judiciary Committee held a hearing for Second Circuit Court nominee, Steven Menashi. Menashi’s confirmation has been mired in controversy thanks to a variety of smears from the liberal media.
Fox News has the details:
President Trump's pick for a seat on the 2nd Circuit Court of Appeals adamantly denied that he harbors racist beliefs or favors "racial purity" during his confirmation hearing Wednesday morning, as he responded to inflammatory accusations against him.
During questioning, Sen. Josh Hawley, R-Mo., observed that nominee Steven ...
Gun violence makes headlines and causes outrage. Gun violence is an issue; however, where’s the visible outrage over the unreasonably strict Corporate Average Fuel Economy (CAFE) standards that have been responsible for more deaths than gun violence?
CAFE standards on automobiles began in 1975—after the 1973–74 Arab Oil Embargo—and were strengthened further by politicians like former President Barack Obama. They are regulations to “improve” the average U.S. fuel economy of cars and light trucks (trucks, vans and sport utility vehicles) produced.
The House and Senate will both return Monday, and stay in session through Thursday.
THIS WEEK ON THE HOUSE FLOOR:
The House will return Monday, with the first votes set for 6:30 PM. At that time, the House is scheduled to take up four bills under Suspension of the Rules.
On Tuesday, the House is scheduled to take up another five bills under Suspension of the Rules.
On Wednesday and Thursday, the House may consider H.R. 1941, the Coastal and Maritime Economies Protection Act; H.R. 205, the Protecting and Securing Florida’s Coastline Act of 2019; ...
Members are back on the Hill and Democrats are taking advantage of the tragic shootings to draft and attempt to pass legislation that would erode the Second Amendment. One of those bills will call for federal red flag laws, which would allow the government to confiscate firearms from citizens who haven’t been charged with a felony or been involuntarily committed to a mental facility. Depending on the state, family members, teachers, co-workers and/or law enforcement can petition to the court that a gun owner is unfit to be a gun owner. As former Senator Jim DeMint puts ...
Today, attorneys general for 50 U.S. states and territories launched a probe into Google on a vast array of anti-competition queries. The investigation is bipartisan and includes every state except California and Alabama
Washington Post broke the story:
Appearing on the steps of the Supreme Court, Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton charged that Google “dominates all aspects of advertising on the Internet and searching on the Internet,” though he cautioned that despite his criticism the states had launched an investigation for now and not a lawsuit.
Paxton said ...