Abby Johnson Blasts USCCB for ‘Cowering to Big Pharma’ on Abortion-Tainted COVID-19 Vaccines, by Lianne LaurenceDecember 17, 2020
Saint of the Day for December 17: Saint Hildegard of BingenDecember 17, 2020
By Mark Alexander, Patriot Post, Dec. 16, 2020
It is time for a Constitutional Confederation of States.
“The crisis is arrived when we must assert our rights, or submit to every imposition, that can be heaped upon us, till custom and use shall make us as tame and abject slaves.” —George Washington (1774)
Predictably, the Supreme Court refused to take up the Texas lawsuit against four states for illegally changing voting rules. This suit was very different in nature from those filed by Donald Trump’s legal team. The Texas suit stressed that those changes were not authorized by the respective state legislatures and that they clearly influenced the election outcome, which, by extension, clearly affects every state and every citizen.
For the record, refusing to take the case based on “lack of standing,” meaning the Court determined the state of Texas did not have direct legal standing to bring the suit, is very different than declaring the claims for the Texas suit don’t have merit. They most certainly did and do have merit. Apparently, all the leftist claims that Amy Coney Barrett was going to rubber-stamp another term for President Trump were what we knew they were — fake news.
Now that the Electoral College has met to declare Joe Biden the winner of the 2020 election, if he makes it to January 20th, he will be sworn in as the next president — and then the real candidate, Kamala Harris, can soon thereafter step in. …