“Throughout my six years in this office, I have wrestled with the Justice Department on an endless number of oppressive federal policies stemming from a total lack of constitutional deference and respect for the states. I am confident that Jeff Sessions will do his part to restore the delicate balance between the states and the federal government that the Founders envisioned.”
Georgia Congressman Tom Price was recently confirmed as Secretary of Health and Human Services and will oversee the dismantling of the disaster known as Obamacare. His District 6 seat in Congress is now vacant and 18 candidates have filed to take his seat. The special election to fill his seat is April 18. If needed,
There are numerous special elections this year to fill posts left by legislators who resigned or were picked to serve in the Trump Administration. We’ll be monitoring these campaigns in order to keep you up to speed on the candidates we’re endorsing this year.
Fox News commentator Judge Jeanine Pirro is outraged that Barack Hussein Obama would suggest that Russian hackers were responsible for the defeat of pathological liar Hillary Clinton in the November election. Obama has made it clear that he’s not satisfied with Trump’s victory and will use his politicized CIA to delegitimize Trump’s win.
Kennedy’s facing off against Democratic Public Services Commissioner Foster Campbell, who finished second in the primary. As the Democrats’ last chance to redeem themselves in a bruising election year, Campbell is flush with cash and feeling emboldened by Democrat John Bel Edwards’ 2015 victory in the governor’s race. Even if Campbell won, though, Republicans would still control the Senate.
After complaining for months that our electoral process takes too long, now some commentators apparently want it to take even longer. Lawrence Lessig has written an article for The Washington Post saying that members of the Electoral College should ignore what they were actually elected to do, and should take it upon themselves to give the presidency to Hillary Clinton.
Democrats have insisted that they will push to win the only outstanding Senate race in the country – a Dec. 10 runoff election in Louisiana – but it appears to be trending toward the Republican candidate, which would give the party an effective 52-48 majority next year. State Treasurer John N. Kennedy won the most votes.
Johnson is a constitutional lawyer who has argued religious freedom cases for the Alliance Defending Freedom and has been awarded the “Outstanding Family Advocate” award by the Louisiana Family Forum. He has also been given an “A” rating by the NRA Political Action Fund.
Commanders need the ability to engage in ground operations—the ability for the U.S. to engage in an offensive, direct combat strike regardless of whether or not it is initiated by our Afghan partners. We need to restore the authority for US commanders to win the fight, in a manner they see fit. I know first-hand about our military capabilities since my youngest son, Hunter, served for a year as an engineer in Afghanistan.
Kennedy graduated magna cum laude in political science, philosophy and economics from Vanderbilt, was president of his senior class, and elected to Phi Beta Kappa. He received his law degree from the University of Virginia and his B.C.L. degree from Oxford University in England where he was a First Class Honors graduate. John is an adjunct professor at LSU Law School and is a volunteer substitute teacher for East Baton Rouge Parish public schools.