Stop Abortion NowStates are beginning to show their true colors when it comes to abortion, as Delaware becomes the first state in the country to make unrestricted abortion legal, in preparation of Roe v Wade being overturned under President Trump. The good people of Delaware now need to choose whether to fight their abortion supportive legislature, or to pack up and move, call another state that truly values ALL life, including that of the unborn, home. This is exactly why we, The Proservative® Group, fully supports a Constitutional amendment declaring life to begin at conception, and thus, protect the life of the unborn at the Federal level, protected as ALL life is, under our U.S. Constitution.

US News – Delaware’s governor has signed into law a bill ensuring abortion remains legal in the state, the first such move in the United States since President Donald Trump was elected on a pledge to overturn a landmark ruling that legalized abortion nationally.

A spokesman for Democratic Governor John Carney Jr. said on Friday he supported the rights and protections afforded under Roe v. Wade, a 1973 Supreme Court decision protecting a woman’s right to abortion.

“For that reason, he signed the bill into law,” said the spokesman, Jonathan Starkey, noting that the law takes effect immediately.

Abortion opponents had lobbied against the legislation.

“This abortion law is a tragedy for Delaware,” Delaware Right to Life spokeswoman Moira Sheridan said in an email message. “(Carney) ignored the voices of Delawareans who rallied in opposition to this legislation, which now makes us the First State for Unrestricted Abortion.”

Read more at: Delaware Is First U.S. State to Enact Abortion Rights Law Under Trump – US News.

We finally have a President in office that understands the meaning of “Fiscal Discipline”. Trump’s budget makes the tough spending cuts needed, $4.3 trillion over 10 years, to begin our nation’s climb out of unsustainable debt and economic stagnation, and back to positive growth and future prosperity.

Washington Examiner – Leading fiscal conservatives are showering President Trump’s first federal budget proposal with some of their highest praise: comparisons to Ronald Reagan.

“This is the most fiscally conservative budget since Reagan,” Chris Edwards, director of tax policy studies at the Cato Institute and editor of Downsizing Government, told the Washington Examiner.

Grover Norquist, president of Americans for Tax Reform, called it a “very strong budget” and said it’s what the 40th president himself would have submitted if he had both a Republican House and Senate. Democrats controlled the House for all eight years of the Reagan administration, one of the reasons conservatives cite for why even Reagan was unable to achieve enduring federal spending cuts.

Norquist then went a step further. “This is a Reaganite, limited-government, anti-waste and anti-duplication budget,” he said. “It certainly makes those Republican critics who said that Trump would be a big-spending populist look like idiots.”

Read more at: Trump's budget draws comparisons to Reagan – Washington Examiner.

Small business is the force that drives America toward prosperity, and taxes are the enemy of such prosperity. Tax reform / tax cuts need to happen now for our small businesses as well as for our hard working citizens. Government tax-and-spend is out of control and the American people are demanding their hard earned income not be stolen from them any longer. Stand up and call your representatives today to demand swift and meaningful tax reform today!

Comprehensive tax reform is the “top priority” of small businesses, the National Federation of Small Business (NFIB) told the House Ways and Means Committee chairman today, and it urged Congress to act this year on passing a bill. The call to action comes amid growing concern that tax reform won’t occur until 2018 or possibly later.

Tax reform will have an “enormously positive impact on small businesses,” NFIB President and CEO Juanita Duggan told Rep. Kevin Brady, R-Texas, chairman of the House Ways and Means Committee, in a letter May 18. “Given that small businesses account for nearly half of the gross domestic product (GDP) and private sector workforce, and create two out of every three net jobs, the U.S. economy will not reach its full potential for growth without a robust and flourishing small business sector.”

Read more at: Small Business Urges Congress to Pass Tax Reform in 2017 – Industry Week.

Another armed citizen protects the lives of others as he opens fire on a deranged patron hell bent on destruction. This type of everyday heroism by your average armed citizen goes unreported in the main street media, but good people practicing their Second Amendment rights are the best protection against those that would do others harm.

Police say 48-year-old James Jones, of Grand Prairie, walked into the bar and started yelling incoherently. “He was saying, ‘Oh, who worked for the cartel?'” the witness said.

As Perez approached him to calm him down, police say Jones fatally shot him in the face and chest. It was then, police say, a customer who was carrying a concealed gun returned fire on the suspect, killing him.

The restaurant has what the Texas Alcoholic Beverage Commission calls a “blue sign,” indicating that concealed handgun license carriers can indeed carry concealed weapons in their establishment.

“We don’t have any plans to charge him,” said Lt. Chris Cook, and Arlington police spokesman.

Cook said that man’s actions likely saved other lives. Police say Jones had a second loaded handgun in his pocket, as well as two knives. They also said the second handgun had its serial number scratched off, which could indicate it was stolen.

Read more at: Police: Texas bar patron with gun may have stopped mass shooting – KGW.com.

California is at it again trying to deny its citizens their Constitutional rights. Elected officials in the Golden State have trampled on their citizens’ inalienable First Amendment rights in the guise of “public safety”, once again silencing any and all opposing voices that do not tow the “status quo” there. We stand together and fight with our California Patriots fighting this attempt to nullify the Bill of Rights, and to fully restore full Constitutional freedoms to that state.

National Review – Is there no end to the harm progressives will do our republic in the name of ‘social justice’? Forget the ludicrous #Calexit movement — why should a state bother seceding when it can simply nullify the portions of the Constitution it doesn’t like? A troubling trend is emerging: California is imposing its own vision of free speech, freedom of association, and freedom of the press on its citizens, and it’s daring the courts to stop it. The entire nation has of course watched as the city of Berkeley and the University of California, Berkeley ceded control over free speech to violent left-wing mobs. Both the city and the campus have placed the safety of rioters over the liberty of their conservative citizens, refusing to protect that liberty on the dubious grounds that someone might get hurt. Thus, city and school leaders have knowingly and intentionally granted a heckler’s veto to the far-left, in effect making the First Amendment a dead letter at one of the nation’s (and the world’s) most prominent universities. The rot extends far beyond Berkeley. Just this week, the California assembly’s judiciary committee voted overwhelmingly in favor of AB 569, a bill that would prohibit religious employers from enforcing entirely normal rules of Christian conduct on their employees. Thus, it would be illegal for Catholic schools to require that their employees choose life rather than get an abortion. Under the terms of the bill, employers can’t discriminate on the (extraordinarily broad, nebulous) basis of “reproductive health,” and the bill’s lead cheerleader, NARAL Pro-Choice California, left no doubt about its targets, drafting a supporting statement that listed exclusively religious organizations as offenders deserving punishment.

California & Constitution: Citizens’ Rights Systematically Violated – National Review.