Missouri Sen. Josh Hawley signed with Regnery Publishing after Simon and Schuster canceled his book in retaliation for him supporting election integrity efforts Democrats oppose.
The aftermath of the 2020 election finds the nation unsettled, with legitimate concerns about election fraud overshadowed by the capitol riot and kooky conspiracy theories.
Just as our nation’s capitol deserves defending—without excuses, without rationalizations, and without justifications—so too does our right to a free and fair election.
What happened Wednesday at the U.S. Capitol was horrifying — but so was Kenosha, Minneapolis, Chaz, and Portland. Joe Biden only denounces violence when it serves him politically.
On Nov. 4, 2020, I suddenly saw with my own eyes the depth and breadth of the political corruption myself and others had tried and failed to prevent for so many years.
2020 punctuated the generations-long decline of our republic. Will that half of America that sent Trump to drain the swamp care anymore after believing themselves disenfranchised in 2020?
If nothing else, conservatives must all be on board with addressing the disastrous crisis of trust this election has produced.
Democrats are condemning Republican Sen. Josh Hawley for objecting to certifying the 2020 election results, even though they are guilty of doing the same thing for purely political reasons.
Violations of election law, Trump’s team said, far surpass the 20,682 vote difference between Biden and Trump in Wisconsin.
Sen. Josh Hawley slammed Walmart on Wednesday after an employee used the company’s account to insult the Republican congressman from Missouri for raising questions about 2020 election integrity.
If the state senator was in the field working, she certainly was not ‘indefinitely confined’ under the meaning and intent of state statute. So, did she break the law? How many others did?
It is hard to believe the justices put the constitutional question above their desire to avoid appearing to meddle in the 2020 election.
I suppose it’s the prerogative of opinion writers to twist the facts to defend or advance their preferred narratives, but that’s not what fact-checkers are supposed to do.
Commonsense jurisprudence will recognize the open-shut argument that voters’ civil rights were violated by vote dilution during an unconstitutional election process.
Texas argues that the case ‘presents constitutional questions of immense national consequences,’ namely that the 2020 election suffered from serious constitutional irregularities.
A Big Tech-backed ‘fact’ ‘checking’ outfit claimed to debunk explosive evidence for Republicans’ claims of significant election problems in Georgia. It didn’t.
The biggest question the Georgia legislature should ask is whether a California billionaire should be allowed to waltz into the Peach State and finance aspects of their elections.
Mail-in voting increases fraud and error rates to within election-winning margins, as well as the ability to manipulate election outcomes by contesting ballots.
The media have scoffed at what they say are ‘baseless’ claims of election fraud, but in Nevada we’re about to hear evidence in a court of law—finally.
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