On Wednesday, Aug. 10, Merrick Garland, the United States attorney general, confidently strutted to the national podium and asserted, “No person is above the law in this country. I can’t say it any more clearly than that.” He then went further: “There is nothing … which prevents us from investigating anyone — anyone — who’s criminally responsible …”
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Even though the General Election isn’t until November 8, 2022, it isn’t too early to begin considering serving as an Election Judge or a Poll Watcher... Since Illinois is a state famous for registered voters residing in cemeteries who vote for Democratic Party candidates, preventing voter fraud is one of the most important tasks for the Judges and Poll Watcher.
Hospitals need to back off their authoritarian "we know best" posture and respect what a patient's family wants.

At 10 a.m. Saturday, Royal London Hospital stopped life support for 12-year-old Archie Battersbee, against his parents' wishes. He was dead by 12.15 p.m. Millions had followed his case since April, when his mother found him unconscious on the floor.
Everyone should be deeply troubled by the recent report that the Army is on pace to miss its recruiting goal by dozens of thousands of troops and by the report that followed a few days later, alleging that the Border Patrol is running short of agents in Arizona and Texas. The border is so porous these days that even mayors of sanctuary cities are starting to complain about illegal immigration.
Once upon a time, Democrats were terrified that a power-mad White House would ignore the "will of the people." They warned of dire consequences if the president did end-runs around Congress
If you have listened to any local political "news" coverage recently, you probably heard the establishment media dutifully reporting J.B. Pritzker's latest attack on his opponent, State Senator Darren Bailey (R-Xenia), for something he said five years ago. What did Sen. Bailey say that was so controversial?
It started on July 11, in a speech in San Antonio, Texas, First Lady Dr. Jill Biden said the following, per the transcript from the White House with emphasis added:

“Raul [Yzaguirre] helped build this organization with the understanding that the diversity of this community—as distinct as the bodegas of the Bronx, as beautiful as the blossoms of Miami, and as unique as the breakfast tacos here in San Antonio—is your strength.”
In April 2021, a group of U.S. House Democrats, led by U.S. Senator Ed Markey, introduced a bill to expand the U.S. Supreme Court from 9 justices to 13. This is a blatant attempt to ensure Democrats keep control of the third branch of government. This fight continues in the lead up to the 2022 Midterm election. One could speculate that they are trying to hijack the Court because a majority of Americans don’t agree with their radical policies.
As with so many other words, phrases, and conditions, the term "gaslighting" has become little more than a pejorative insult in our over-politicized culture, hurled with both increasing frequency and little regard for its actual meaning.
We need not steal people’s guns without due process, as Joe Biden suggests, nor do we need to send in the National Guard to protect America’s cities, as Donald Trump recently suggested. What Chicago’s experience demonstrates is that we simply need to lock up the gun felons and career criminals who have already been found guilty through due process. It’s not so much about funding the police or drastic measures of having the military occupy American cities, but about simply locking up the criminals.