While the legal challenges to the 2020 presidential election count in several states are not over, one thing is clear. To prevent future election mischief and theft, Republicans are going to have to fight as hard to tighten election security laws in 2021 and beyond as Democrats fought to weaken election security laws in 2020.
Former Federal Reserve Chairwoman Janet Yellen is Joe Biden's pick to head the Treasury Department. During recent remarks, Yellen pledged to use the department to address many issues, including those of race, gender disparity,and the climate crisis.
The Democratic party's approach to policy is now nearly indistinguishable from that of progressive activists on college campuses.
You honestly did not think New York's 22nd Congressional District would go without drama before both sides filed more court motions on Wednesday and attend a court session next week, right?
Because of course, it didn't!
We have covered the radical Islamist group American Muslims for Palestine (AMP) extensively, especially as the group has increasingly framed its anti-Zionism and anti-Semitism as expressions of 'intersectional' social justice activism. In 2020, AMP has yet again used its largest annual event—the "Palestine Conference"—to hijack and foment existing racial tensions as a political warfare weapon against Israel.
In an interview with the Associated Press, Attorney General William Barr indicated that their investigations found no evidence of widespread criminal fraud such that the outcome of the election would change.
Legal Insurrection readers may recall that California Gov. Gavin Newsom was forced to apologize after a news report surfaced that he attended a fancy dinner party honoring a top political adviser, which occurred as the governor discouraged households gathering together for their own parties during the upcoming holiday season.
Seattle is about to try a new form of community policing which would have criminals face a non-profit community panel and in some cases, put taxpayers on the hook for restitution.
The left said they wanted to 'reimagine' law enforcement. Consider this a preview.
The lead for #NY22 changes every single day. Now Republican challenger Claudia Tenney leads Democrat incumbent Anthony Brindisi in the final vote.
But the winner will likely come from the 2,200 affidavit ballots both parties rejected and 270 absentee ballots.
I've long been an admirer of conservative firebrand Candace Owens. She's a smart as a whip and absolutely fearless champion of conservative principles—of limited government, of the Bill of Rights, and of American values that want to lift up every American of every race, religion, creed, etc. rather than dragging everyone, excepting the leftist political elite and their favored entities, down to an "equitable" level of abject poverty and blind reliance on government for their daily bread.
Science has shown us for a while that schools are pretty safe from COVID-19 spreads. That didn't stop New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio from shutting down the schools due to a spike in cases in the city.
Parents got ticked and *now* de Blasio acknowledges the science the Democrats supposedly embrace so much.
Neera Tanden, president and CEO of the Center American Progress (CAP), has a tough road to confirmation as Joe Biden's budget director.
Tanden deleted tweets between November 16 and today due to harsh criticism of Republican senators, which she will need for confirmation.