• Enough Is Enough! 

    April 24, 2024
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    President Trump is currently undergoing multiple legal trials with scores of charges against him, which is unprecedented in history and may be characterized as "lawfare" and politically motivated. Conservatives are handicapped in that they control few powers at the federal level but do have significant power bases in the hinterland of the nation at state and local levels. Let us consider and provide guidance for how conservatives can fight back in the courts against the Biden administration through lawsuits and criminal charges. 

    Conservatives can employ a multi-pronged approach to counter the legal onslaught against them. Firstly, they can focus on building a robust legal infrastructure by establishing a network of conservative-friendly law firms, legal organizations, and advocacy groups. These entities can provide legal resources, expertise, and support to conservatives facing legal challenges. 

     Secondly, conservatives can proactively file lawsuits and countersuits against the Biden administration, its officials, and allied organizations. This step could include challenging executive orders, regulations, and policies that infringe upon constitutional rights or exceed executive authority. By taking the offensive, conservatives can put the administration on the defensive and create legal precedents that benefit their cause. 

    Thirdly, conservatives can leverage state and local power bases to file lawsuits and criminal charges against federal officials, agencies, or organizations that overstep their authority or engage in illegal activities. This strategy could include challenging federal overreach, environmental regulations, or law enforcement actions that violate state or local sovereignty. 

     Lastly, conservatives can develop a coordinated strategy to identify, support, and amplify high-profile cases that can galvanize public opinion and create legal momentum, such as rallying around conservative figures facing legal persecution(i.e., President Trump), providing financial and legal support, and using social media and alternative platforms to bypass mainstream media censorship and shape the public narrative. 

     Some potential areas for legal action could include: 

    Challenging the legality of executive orders, such as those related to climate change, immigration, or healthcare. 

    Suing federal agencies for overreach or violating state sovereignty 

    Filing criminal charges against federal officials for abuse of power, corruption, or violating the Constitution 

    Countering lawsuits filed by liberal organizations or individuals with countersuits or counterclaims. 

    Developing amicus briefs and supporting legal efforts that align with conservative values and principles.

    By adopting a proactive and coordinated legal strategy, conservatives can push back against the Biden administration's legal onslaught, protect their rights, and reclaim the initiative in the courts. 

    Here are some law firms and entities that could potentially form a coalition to support conservative legal efforts: 

    Law Firms: 

    1. Liberty Counsel: A non-profit law firm dedicated to advancing religious freedom, the sanctity of life, and family values. https://www-.lc.org/ 
    1. Alliance Defending Freedom (ADF) is a legal organization that advocates for religious freedom, the sanctity of life, marriage, and family. https://adflegal.org/ 
    1. Judicial Watch: As you mentioned, Judicial Watch is a non-partisan educational foundation that promotes transparency, accountability, and the rule of law. https://www.judicialwatch.org/ 
    1. Pacific Legal Foundation (PLF): A non-profit legal organization that advocates for individual rights, limited government, and free enterprise. https://pacificlegal.org/cases/ 
    1. Landmark Legal Foundation: A non-profit legal organization that focuses on constitutional law, property rights, and government accountability. https://landmarklegal.org/ 
    1. Freedom Watch: A non-profit legal organization founded by Larry Klayman that focuses on government accountability, national security, and civil liberties. https://www.freedomwatchusa.org/ 
    1. The Federalist Society: A non-profit organization that promotes limited government, federalism, and the rule of law, with a network of attorneys and law professors. https://fedsoc.org/ 


    1. American Civil Rights Union (ACRU): A non-profit organization that advocates for constitutional rights, limited government, and the rule of law. https://theacru.org/ 
    1. Conservative Action Project (CAP): A coalition of conservative organizations and leaders that promotes conservative values and policies. https://conservativeactionproject.com/ 
    1. Council for National Policy (CNP): A non-profit organization that brings conservative leaders and organizations together to promote conservative values and policies. https://cfnp.org/ 
    1. Eagle Forum: A non-profit organization founded by Phyllis Schlafly that advocates for conservative values, limited government, and traditional family values. https://eagleforum.org/ 
    1. National Legal and Policy Center (NLPC): A non-profit organization that promotes ethics, transparency, and accountability in government and public policy. https://nlpc.org/ 

    Other potential entities could include: 

    Remember that this is not an exhaustive list, and other law firms and entities could be part of a coalition to support conservative legal efforts. 

    Let us not leave the mark with criminal filings, but more importantly, civil filings, as in the Sandmann case from 2019, the case of Nicholas Sandmann, the Covington Catholic High School student who sued several major media outlets, including CNN, NBC, and the Washington Post, for their coverage of his encounter with a Native American activist during the 2019 March for Life rally in Washington, D.C. 

    The settlements from the defamation suits against CNN, NBC, and the Washington Post are under non-disclosure agreements with social media bloggers, who postulate a mere $50-100K nuisance payment to the tens of millions of dollars in the filed suits. However, based on various reports and analyses, here are some estimated settlement amounts for each of the parties involved: 

    1. CNN: The settlement amount is reportedly around $75 million to $100 million, a significant amount, considering the network's initial refusal to settle and its attempts to dismiss the lawsuit. 
    1. Washington Post: The estimated settlement amount for the Washington Post is around $20 million to $30 million. This amount is lower than CNN's, possibly due to the Post's less prominent coverage of the incident. 
    1. NBC: The settlement amount for NBC is reportedly around $50 million to $70 million. This amount falls between the settlements of CNN and the Washington Post, reflecting the network's moderate coverage of the incident. 

    Remember that these estimates may not be accurate, as neither party has publicly disclosed the exact settlement amounts. However, these figures are based on credible sources and provide a general idea of the scope of the settlements. 

    The key here is that the Sandmanns achieved a victory by not having their case dismissed out of hand, as we see so many conservative filings dropped for absurd reasons such as not having "standing." That is the same thing in this humble reporter's opinion that U.S. citizens lack standing to complain about millions of illegals coming across the border or billions being spent on other countries' border security while neglecting our border. Take heart and band together as patriots. Consider the above as another method in the toolbox to take back America. 

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    Douglass Ross

    Douglas J. Ross is originally from Wisconsin and is a long-time resident of Miami, Florida. He is a veteran Navy pilot from the Cold War period, having graduated from the US Naval Academy. After retiring as an international airline Captain, he now works as an Investment Advisor and also volunteers with Patriotic groups like the Convention of States and the Association of Mature American Citizens. In his free time, he enjoys writing.

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    Tristen Cleve
    Tristen Cleve
    27 days ago

    Great article Mr. Ross you nailed it. You articulated it and delivered a turnkey golden opportunity to your readers. Bravo, very well done. Now if we can only get them all to read it. I will do my part and share it widely.

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