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Recently, we informed you that we filed a critical submission with the United Nations Human Rights Council highlighting three major legal issues concerning Christian persecution in Pakistan. The first issue raised in our report was regarding blasphemy laws, as discussed here . If we look at the sheer number of the people affected, the second issue we raised in our report is perhaps an even bigger problem. According to a study, about 1000 young Christian and Hindu girls are forced to convert to... read more

There are three cases right now that could deliver a defeat to Planned Parenthood once and for all. In one of the biggest abortion cases in decades, the Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization has the potential to overturn Roe v. Wade. Next, Texas just passed an abortion law that prevents abortions after the sixth week of pregnancy, or when a heartbeat has been detected. Planned Parenthood and the Department of Justice have tried to block this in court , but they were rejected. The law is... read more

On this day 234 years ago, 41 American delegates gathered in Independence Hall following four months of debate and deliberation. The product of their labor was the vision of an entirely new form of government. Dr. Benjamin Franklin called for the vote for the delegates to sign what would be the U.S. Constitution. Nine months after being sent to the states for ratification, the Constitution received enough support to make it “the supreme Law of the Land.” With that, our great nation was born. read more

As we told you , General Mark Milley has been accused of tipping off his Chinese military counterpart on potential attacks from the United States behind President Trump’s back. Former Acting Secretary of Defense Christopher Miller claimed no one, especially Gen. Milley, asked him for approval on this type of conduct. So, if true, then Gen. Milley completely circumvented the chain of command to do this. While it’s been 48 hours with no denial of this report, we also have to keep our focus on the... read more

Without a doubt, our abrupt and chaotic exit from Afghanistan did not go unnoticed all over the world. After twenty years of fighting the Taliban, our mighty forces realized that we had lost the war. Not only that, but this time, we put all of our faith in our enemy – the Taliban – to secure the exit of thousands of American Citizens and the Afghani allies who helped us fight them for two decades. A bitter irony which we indeed paid for immediately, with the bloodshed of thirteen U.S. service... read more

The most shocking revelation in Bob Woodward’s new book, Peril, is that General Mark Milley, the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff ( CJSC ) went rogue and contacted his counterpart in the Chinese Communist military and told him, if the United States planned any military action against China, that Milley would give him advance notice. This was allegedly done in the waning days of the Trump Presidency because the general thought President Trump unstable and that the Commander-in-Chief might... read more

In a portion of an upcoming book written by Bob Woodward and Robert Costa, it has been reported that the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley had several phone calls before the U.S. election in October and continued conversations through January with General Li Zuocheng– his Chinese Counterpart of the People’s Liberation Army. These were conversations where Gen. Milley stated he would warn the Chinese military leadership if there was any attack coming on China. Over the... read more

As part of our ongoing Government Accountability Project , we recently released our latest Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) Quarterly Report providing some updates on our ongoing FOIA requests and litigation. In order to expose the corrupt efforts of the out-of-control Deep State, we have utilized the FOIA to request documents and records from federal government agencies to show rampant and often ongoing government corruption and lawlessness. All told, we’ve issued more than 75 FOIA distinct... read more

It is election day in California and simultaneously in Washington, D.C., Secretary of State Antony Blinken is answering some tough questions in the Senate Foreign Affairs Committee hearing over the situation in Afghanistan. It’s time our leaders are held accountable for their actions. Today, people all across California head to the polls to determine if Governor Gavin Newsom will be removed as governor in a recall election. Over 1.6 million people signed a recall petition after his handling of... read more

Persecution of Christians in India continues even as the United Nations Human Rights Council (HRC) reviews the state of human rights in the country during its 48th session. Just days after we filed a critical report with the HRC , detailing incidents of persecution of Christians by Hindu mobs, another mob of Hindu nationalists attacked a pastor for allegedly converting people to Christianity. This did not happen in a dark alley; the pastor was attacked and beaten inside a police station in... read more

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