Month in Review – March 2024

Here are the highlights for March:

* On March 11, we filed our reply brief in the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit in our case defending a Tulsa, Oklahoma police officer who was fired for posting conservative messages on social media years prior to when he was hired by the Tulsa Police Department.

A well-known anti-police activist complained about the posts to the City and its Chief of Police, who then immediately fired the police officer.

“Wokeness” and the “cancel culture” it created are destroying our country.

* On March 19, the Michigan Governor and Attorney General filed a motion to dismiss our federal lawsuit challenging Proposal 3, which created a super-right to “reproductive freedom” in Michigan.

We’ve been diligently working on our response, which is due April 16.

The proponents of Proposal 3 launched a massive propaganda campaign, which was overwhelmingly funded by out-of-state money, that deceived Michigan voters into believing that Proposal 3 would merely “Restore Roe.”  It does no such thing.

Proposal 3 is a “Trojan Horse” for the Left’s radical agenda to advance unrestricted abortion, transgender “rights,” and worse . . .

Proposal 3 is a clear and present danger to women and children, it eviscerates the rights of parents, it immunizes sexual predators, and it prohibits the legislator from passing commonsense health and safety regulations in the broad area of “reproduction.”

The Governor and her left-wing operatives lied to the People of Michigan about the effects of Proposal 3, and they continue to lie about our federal lawsuit seeking to stop this diabolical amendment to the Michigan Constitution.

* On March 20, a federal judge in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia reversed, in part, her prior ruling dismissing our lawsuit challenging the military COVID-19 vaccination mandate on behalf of four Navy SEALs.

After the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit dismissed on mootness grounds our request for a preliminary injunction because the military had subsequently rescinded the vaccine mandate, the district court immediately dismissed our entire lawsuit on mootness grounds.

We promptly filed a motion for reconsideration.

As we pointed out in our motion (which was filed nearly a year ago), unlike other challenges to the vaccine mandate, we included a claim for damages against Admiral Gilday, the Chief of Naval Operations, under the Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) because the SEALs had lost special duty pay and suffered other economic hardships as a result of his decision to deny religious exemptions to the mandate.

Admiral Gilday was the final decision maker for the Navy as to whether a religious exemption would be granted.

* As we have reported many times over, our efforts to save “Baby Doe” from the Taliban continue with full force as we battle Gitmo lawyers from large law firms who have engaged in a battle of legal attrition in an effort to wear us down.  It won’t work.

As you know from prior reports, Baby Doe was miraculously rescued from the battlefield of Afghanistan and adopted by a Marine family.

These Gitmo lawyers want to take this little girl from the Marine family and give her to the Taliban.  They can’t stand the idea that she will be cared for and raised by a loving, Christian family.

* Our California lawsuit (details to be revealed after we publicly file the complaint) is coming together as there are multiple hurdles we have had to overcome to get to this point.  Stay tuned on this one.

Thank you for your prayers and financial support.  We couldn’t do what we do without them!