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Call Your Senators: Conservatives Oppose the Federal Land Grab in S. 3422

The conservative leaders of the Conservative Action Project have just released their latest “Memo to the Movement” asking conservatives to contact their Senators to urge the passage of conservative amendments to S. 3422, a massive increase in funding for federal and state land acquisition. The toll-free Capitol switchboard is (1-866-220-0044), we ask CHQ readers and friends to call their Senators and urge them to approve amendments that would improve several of the bill's more objectionable provisions.

Will Brett Kavanaugh Stand For Property Rights?

There’s lots of talk about where Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh stands on the Roe v Wade abortion decision and if he would vote to rescind it. There is another very controversial Supreme Court decision made just a few years ago, supported by Anthony Kennedy, the Kelo decision, that conservates should be asking about during Judge Kavanaugh's vetting.

Donald Trump’s Record of Profiting by Duping and Bullying the Little Guys

J. Christian Adams has documented in a must-read article for PJ Media “Donald Trump's Record of Business Failures and Bluster,” how Trump’s “legacy of business failures goes beyond the four bankruptcies of his Atlantic City casinos. It includes outsourcing jobs to China, ripping off students seeking an education, and leaving a path of devastated Americans in his wake.”

Donald Trump’s Lame Attempt to Push Back on Eminent Domain

Joe Cunningham, RedState

Donald Trump loves eminent domain and has worked with government bodies to get land taken by the government not for the public good, but for his own private game. This is not a difficult concept to understand. In a normal society, I wouldn’t need more than 550 words to explain this. But, a normal society wouldn’t let someone like Donald Trump be a leading presidential candidate either.

Farmer Starts Property Rights Revolution

Mark J. Fitzgibbons, American Thinker

For normal Americans, it's "follow the law or face the consequences." It's time to hold bureaucrats to the same standard. Hopefully Boneta Bill 2.0 will be the next of many steps toward stopping the legal loopholes for government, and toward consequences for government bureaucrats who don't play by the rules.