In this article, John Crump explained the story of the FEC’s denial of the complaint our firm filed for him and Gun Owners of America. That complaint asked the FEC to act against Facebook for its suppression of the anti-gun record of Kamala Harris during the 2020 campaign.
Human Life Review did an analysis of the amicus brief we filed in the Dobbs case.
In an article entitled, End of discussion (and freedom): CNN political analyst, Princeton professor calls for mandatory vaccines,” our letters to Virginia’s colleges and universities are discussed.
The Association of American Physicians and Surgeons published an article on the ethics of vaccine mandates, citing our letter to Colleges and Universities.
The Fairfax Times focused its story on the George Mason University’s coercive policy requiring experimental COVID-19 vaccines for students. GMU does not explain why it is burdening students while exempting staff from this requirement.
Christianity Daily published an article on our letter to Virginia Colleges & Universities re the COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate.
WND published an article on our letter to Virginia Colleges & Universities re the COVID-19 Vaccine Mandate.
This in-depth article by Fox News states: “In an email released to Citizens United on Thursday as part of a Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) filing, and obtained by Fox News, former deputy assistant secretary of state for Europe and Eastern Europe George Kent wrote to a number of Obama administration officials about a meeting he had with Ukrainian prosecutor Yuriy Lutsenko in September 2016 about Blue Star Strategies. ”
The Courthouse News Article began its coverage of our brief with this: ” Edwin Meese, former attorney general under President Ronald Reagan, filed his own brief along with the Conservative Legal Defense and Education Fund in support of Flynn. The conservatives’ brief highlights an indelible moment between Flynn and Sullivan in 2018, when the judge said to the defendant in open court, “Arguably, you sold your country out.” Meese argued that the motion to dismiss was unusual, but not extraordinary, and that it is Attorney General William Barr’s responsibility to “terminate a baseless prosecution in the interest of justice.”
The Richmond Times Dispatch covered our petition for review in the Virginia Supreme Court to challenge the Richmond Circuit Court’s refusal to enjoin Governor Northam’s Capitol Grounds gun ban.
Today, Rob Olson presented oral argument before the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit in our continuing litigation against ATF’s bump stock regulation issued in December 2018. The issue today before the court was the correctness of District Judge Paul Maloney’s ruling denying our motion for a preliminary injunction against the regulation. This article in CourthouseNews discusses the oral argument.
John Crump of Ammoland wrote an article about Gun Owners of America obtaining from ATF its internal “Firearms Industry Operations Manual.” This manual allows FFLs to better prepare for inspections by ATF. The manual was obtained by GOA in a matter our firm handled A PDF of the manual is available here.
An article in American Military Times discussed the petition for certiorari we filed for disabled Army veteran Jeremy Kettler challenging aspects of the National Firearms Act. The article reproduces a Tweet about the case sent by our firm. See Supreme Court to decide to hear US Army vet’s ‘unconstitutional’ gun suppressor this week after national controversy
Today we obtained for Citizens United, from FOIA litigation against the State Department, key documents concerning the FISA Warrants against Trump Campaign workers. For the first time, these documents demonstrate that even before the first FISA Application was filed, the FBI and Justice Department were on notice that the Steele dossier was unverifiable, contained errors, was politically generated,
National Public Radio ran a story about the Trump Administration’s regulation to ban bump stocks, and the legal challenge we filed for Gun Owners of America, in which Rob Olson of our firm was interviewed.
The Article quotes Bill Olson, saying “Not only is it an effort to have a societal sanction for an immoral lifestyle, but it’s being accomplished by unelected judges who are admitting they are changing the law,”
David Bossie of Citizens United discusses State Department resistance to providing records relating to potential illegality during Obama Administration. Discusses two of the cases we have been litigating for Citizens United.