Lankford’s Proposed Senate Rule Change Could End Gridlock on Trump’s Judicial Picks

Sen. James Lankford (R-OK) has a proposal to change to how the Senate confirms presidential nominees for federal judgeships and the executive branch.

The Time Has Come For Gridlock Reform

When the Senate confirmed Judge David Nye to a federal district judgeship in Idaho, he became an acute illustration of what’s wrong in Washington right now.

Beyond the First Amendment

On social media, the troll empire strikes back.

Senate Confirms Dozens of Trump Nominees, But Key Posts Remain Unfilled

The Senate confirmed over five dozen of President Trump’s executive branch nominations on Thursday before breaking for August recess, more than doubling the number of the president’s picks in place to implement his agenda.

Transforming the Military, One Tweet at a Time

Trump vowed to rebuild the military and that’s what he’s doing.

President’s Panel on Vote Fraud Appoints Third ACRU Policy Board Member

J. Christian Adams, a former prosecutor in the Justice Department’s Voting Section and American Civil Rights Union’s Policy Board member, has been appointed to the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity.

The ACLU’s Attack on Election Integrity

By attacking the presidential advisory commission, the organization tips its liberal hand.

Exclusive: Ken Blackwell: ACLU Lawsuit Against Trump and Election Commission ‘Attack on the Rule of Law’

The ACLU sued President Donald Trump, Vice President Mike Pence, and the Presidential Advisory Commission on Election Integrity accusing the commission of violating federal transparency laws.

Federal Appeals Court: Trump EPA Cannot Delay Obama EPA Methane Rule

A federal appeals court in Washington, DC, last week claimed the power to override President Donald Trump’s Environmental Protection Agency when the agency reconsiders an Obama-era regulation.

The Serpents Are Surfacing

The president has given no sign of giving in. His appointees must demonstrate equal commitment.