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Liberal activists looking to pressure Augusta members over Georgia voting law hit wall of secrecy

Liberal activists looking to pressure Augusta members over Georgia voting law hit wall of secrecy

Critics of Georgia’s new election law are seizing on golf’s Masters Tournament to put heat on executives who belong to the storied home course, but pressuring companies to speak out by targeting their bosses is not easy because membership at Augusta National is a closely…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Friday, April 9, 2021
Kentucky governor signs bipartisan early voting measure

Kentucky governor signs bipartisan early voting measure

FRANKFORT, Ky. (AP) — Gov. Andy Beshear signed legislation Wednesday expanding early voting in Kentucky, a rare display of bipartisan cooperation in the heart of Trump country at a time of national conflict over restrictive election measures. The Democratic governor called it “a good day…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Thursday, April 8, 2021
San Francisco School Board Rescinds Controversial School Renaming Plan

San Francisco School Board Rescinds Controversial School Renaming Plan

The San Francisco Board of Education will ultimately keep the names of dozens of public schools in a case of high stakes second thoughts. The Board had moved to forge ahead with a controversial plan to change the names of 44 schools that honor figures…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Wednesday, April 7, 2021
New Poll Spells Big Trouble For Lisa Murkowski

New Poll Spells Big Trouble For Lisa Murkowski

A recent poll made public Monday reveals that Republican Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski is facing a significant threat from a new Republican challenger. The new Cygnal poll shows Murkowski trailing Republican Commissioner of Administration Kelly Tshibaka by 15 points in the 2022 all-party Alaska Senate…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Tuesday, April 6, 2021
Wisconsin Governor Asks Court to Force Sidney Powell, Trump to Pay Over $100,000 in Legal Fees

Wisconsin Governor Asks Court to Force Sidney Powell, Trump to Pay Over $100,000 in Legal Fees

Wisconsin Gov. Tony Evers on March 31 asked a federal court to force lawyer Sidney Powell and her client to pay more than $106,000 in legal fees over a lawsuit regarding the state’s presidential election results, and he’s seeking $144,000 from former President Donald Trump…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Monday, April 5, 2021
Abbott declares border ‘open season’ for drug and human trafficking at the border

Abbott declares border ‘open season’ for drug and human trafficking at the border

Escalating his attack on the Biden administration's immigration policies, Gov. Greg Abbott said his monthlong initiative to help secure the Texas border has resulted in almost 600 criminal arrests and 6,000 referrals to federal authorities about unauthorized border crossings. Speaking Thursday in Weslaco, about 10…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Friday, April 2, 2021
New Mexico primed to join US recreational pot wave

New Mexico primed to join US recreational pot wave

SANTA FE, N.M (AP) — New Mexico is joining a wave of states that are legalizing recreational marijuana as its Democrat-dominated Legislature sent a package of cannabis bills Wednesday to a supportive governor. Lawmakers used a marathon two-day legislative session to push through marijuana legalization…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Thursday, April 1, 2021

Sen. Lisa Murkowski Has First GOP Challenger For 2022

Republican Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski had her first Republican challenger announce she will be taking her on in 2022 Monday. Alaska’s Commissioner of Administration Kelly Tshibaka announced Monday morning that she will run against Murkowski, making her the first Republican to throw her hat in…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Wednesday, March 31, 2021
Kentucky lawmakers override veto of McConnell-backed Senate vacancy plan

Kentucky lawmakers override veto of McConnell-backed Senate vacancy plan

The Republican-run Kentucky legislature on Monday easily overrode Gov. Andy Beshear's veto of a notable bill that restricts his ability to fill any vacancies that arise if one of the state's U.S. senators dies or leaves office early. Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell, the commonwealth's…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Tuesday, March 30, 2021
Top Paid LA Lifeguards Earned Up To $392,000 In 2019

Top Paid LA Lifeguards Earned Up To $392,000 In 2019

Being a lifeguard in California can be unbelievably lucrative. If we had only known, many of us would have packed our bags and headed west for a career on the California beach. Our auditors at OpenTheBooks.com found that lifeguards make a fortune in Los Angeles…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Monday, March 29, 2021
Hutchinson signs gender bill

Hutchinson signs gender bill

Gov. Asa Hutchinson signed into law Thursday a bill that will deter schools from allowing transgender athletes to participate in girls' and women's sports, making Arkansas the second state to adopt such a measure this year. The law allows students and schools to take legal…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Friday, March 26, 2021
Utah governor signs divisive measure to require porn filters on all cellphones, tablets

Utah governor signs divisive measure to require porn filters on all cellphones, tablets

Utah is a step closer to requiring all cellphones and tablets sold in the conservative state to automatically block pornography after the Republican governor signed legislation Tuesday that critics call a significant intrusion of free speech. Gov. Spencer Cox has said the measure would send…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Thursday, March 25, 2021
Oakland launches guaranteed pay plan for low-income people

Oakland launches guaranteed pay plan for low-income people

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — The mayor of Oakland, California, on Tuesday announced a privately funded program that will give low-income families of color $500 per month with no rules on how they can spend it. The program is the latest experiment with a “guaranteed income,”…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Wednesday, March 24, 2021
Ex-Gov. Eric Greitens, who resigned amid scandal, jumps in GOP race for U.S. Senate

Ex-Gov. Eric Greitens, who resigned amid scandal, jumps in GOP race for U.S. Senate

JEFFERSON CITY — Former Missouri Gov. Eric Greitens announced Monday he will run for the U.S. Senate next year, nearly three years after he resigned in disgrace after he was accused of sexual misconduct and campaign finance violations. Greitens’ entry into the race to fill…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Tuesday, March 23, 2021
Louisiana Republican Julia Letlow Wins House Seat Husband Won before COVID Death

Louisiana Republican Julia Letlow Wins House Seat Husband Won before COVID Death

Republican Julia Letlow won a special election to replace her late husband Luke Letlow in Congress on Saturday after he died from COVID complications in December. Luke Letlow, a Republican, was elected in a special race in December but died on December 29 at age…
By Conservatives Will Prevail | Monday, March 22, 2021

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