CRA Files Amicus Brief to Affirm Texas’ Authority to Repel An Invasion

CRA contends that the Constitution recognizes that the states retained their sovereign right to self-defense against invasion when they joined the union.

That's why CRA has filed an amicus brief today in the 5th Circuit that affirms Texas’ authority to repel a border invasion.

Primer: Renounce Calls for Decolonization in All Their Forms

When activists call for decolonization, they are not merely making sure that one country does not take over another country to abusively use it for resources and bleed it economically dry. In social justice discourse, decolonization means far more than that. 

CRA Files Ethics Complaint Against Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson for Failing to Disclose Husband’s Income

CRA filed an official ethics complaint against Supreme Court Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson for willfully failing to disclose the source of her husband’s consulting income and her potential failure to disclose private contributions made to an event celebrating her appointment to the Supreme Court.

PRIMER: Reforming a Weaponized Security System

Although any meaningful challenge to the bureaucracy is a daunting task, those seeking to reform the personnel security clearance process must be particularly prudent, knowledgeable, and courageous in the face of inevitable criticism.