The Supreme Court will hear arguments in a landmark case February 27 that could impact countless crosses on federally held lands such as Arlington National Cemetery. The High Court will take up the case of the “Peace Cross” (shown), a 40-foot-tall memorial in Bladensburg, Maryland, erected in 1925 by the American Legion to memorialize the 49 soldiers from Prince George’s County who died during World War I. In 1961, the American Legion turned over the monument and the land on which it is located to the state of Maryland, which has maintained it ever since.
Jussie Smollett, the homosexual actor who, police allege, manufactured the preposterous but widely believed story that two Trump supporters attacked him on January 29, is something of an expert at telling tall tales.
“This is going to be the grooming of the next generation,” boasts drag queen Dylan Pontiff. “We are trying to groom the next generation.”
Top globalists are coming out of the closet. Thousands of leading globalists, communists, Islamists and others from around the world converged on the Arabian Peninsula this month for the World Government Summit. Their goal: promote technocratic globalism and plot the future of what they often call their “New World Order.” Senior officials from the United Nations, the World Bank, the International Monetary Fund, the European Union, Communist China, central banks, and even the Trump administration showed up to mingle with heads of state and advocates of Islamic Sharia law from across the region. Even Pope Francis delivered a message. As usual, despite top U.S. media outlets partnering with the summit, the establishment press in the United States largely failed to inform Americans about it.
Two Democratic presidential candidates say it’s time to adopt a new standard of justice: punish people for something they didn’t do.
Bookies: Trump Wins Against Dems, Generic Democrat Wins Against Generic Republican. Warning: Remember 2016.
In July, the bookmakers predicted, with 2-1 odds, that Donald Trump would be impeached and removed from office.
Faced with a shortage of housing and skyrocketing rents, Oregon lawmakers are poised to try — and fail — to do what politicians have tried and failed to do for centuries: overturn the law of supply and demand, in this case by passing statewide rent controls.
If you fell asleep in 1979 and just woke up, there’s a lot that will frighten you about 2019 — did you know there are 51 “genders?” — but there’s activity at a few state legislatures that would be very familiar.
The Vermont House has moved forward on an abortion bill that would allow abortion at any time for any reason. The bill is one of the latest to be proposed by pro-abortion advocates amid fears that a conservative-leaning Supreme Court will overturn Roe v. Wade.
A group of legislators in Oregon is promoting a bill that would lower the legal voting age in that state to 16, insisting that young people in the Beaver State should have more direct control of decisions that affect their future.