The judicial branch 

As the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) wrapped up its 2022 session, autocracy and government overreach have been dealt a significant blow.  At least six of the nine justices understood their role as the final arbiter on constitutional matters, while three of them opted for a more biased approach to their sworn duties.    …

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Prejudicial policies in higher education

As the Supreme Court of the United States (SCOTUS) prepares its 2023 session for deliberations, many cases on the docket, including “Affirmative Action” will have their day in front of the high court.  The highlighted case, Students for Fair Admissions Inc v. President and Fellows of Harvard College will no doubt be watched with concerning…

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Meet Karen Osborne

We are stoked to announce another attorney joining team SMF! After home schooling her four children, Karen Osborne, JD, went back to law school at William and Mary in Virginia.  While there she had the opportunity to intern at the Constitutional Sources Project, Goldwater Institute in Arizona and Home School Legal Defense Association.  The year…

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Austin Hatcher joins the Team!

We at SMF are very excited to announce a new Attorney on the team! Austin is a graduate of Seattle University School of Law with a diverse experiential background. Prior to law school, he served as an officer in the United States Marine Corps, attaining the rank of Major. Before joining the military, Austin attended…

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SMF Continues to Fight Federal Mandates

We’ve filed the opening brief in the 9th Circuit Federal Court of Appeals to continue the battle to protect individual right of choice, see our brief by clicking the link below! https://www.dropbox.com/s/rphx2we2uiqfq7y/Opening%20Brief.pdf?dl=0

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Medical Freedom Event with MAFA

On Saturday, October 1st, Make Americans Free Again (MAFA) in SW Washington hosted a wonderful event to support SMF’s efforts to protect your health(care) through our advocacy and litigation efforts protecting medical freedom. Silent Majority Foundation is currently representing MAFA member, Scott Miller, P.A., in defending his medical license that was suspended because of his…

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Lawsuit Challenging SB 5078

On July 14, 2022, SMF filed Brumback v. Ferguson in Yakima County Superior Court to challenge Senate Bill 5078, Washington’s “high-capacity” magazine ban. SMF partnered with attorney, Scott Brumback, who is also a plaintiff in the case. Our second plaintiff is a firearms retailer, Gimme Guns, out of Selah. We’re excited about this case for…

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Welcome Maureen West!

Maureen West, JD, RDH is a previous Colorado Assistant Attorney General who served as legal counsel to over a dozen healthcare regulatory boards for 15+ years. During her tenure as an AAG, she handled numerous high-profile cases. She is also a healthcare practitioner (registered dental hygienist) and an adjunct professor at the University of Denver in…

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Jurisprudence on full display

Never in our history has the United States Supreme Court (SCOTUS) played a more vital role in protecting America’s Bill of Rights.  With Joe Biden in the White House, America’s Constitution is merely another impediment to hurdle over.  His record setting executive orders have sought to bypass the legislative process and usurp our founding documents,…

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Big Tech, Big Government a Big Problem:

Many of us have warned of the rise of socialism/Marxism in America.  Something that seemed incomprehensible or unfathomable a few years ago, is making its big push here in the good old US of A.  The plan to usurp America’s free society was hatched many years ago; and was simply waiting in the weeds for…

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