Welcome Members!

We are excited to Launch our members only Community. We want our most loyal supporters to have a look behind the curtain, learn about future projects and keep up to date with our latest strategies, but most of all find a community that shares our passion for protecting our Constitution and the American way of life!

Merry Christmas to our SMF family

As we ponder yet another Christmas season, we hope and pray you will be reminded to appreciate all the Godly moments that have made life more beautiful.  One of our favorite things about the Christmas season, is that it gives us a chance to tell you how much we love and appreciate all of you.

This Christmas, we hope you will join us in helping to create a nation where citizens can live in peace and harmony. We must continue to work towards creating an environment in which every child can grow up happy and healthy without fear of abuse or neglect.  A nation where people can live with dignity, free from discrimination and persecution because of their faith or beliefs.

Let us work together and pledge to uphold the values that make our country great:  Our Godly principles that bind us together, individual freedom, democracy, equal opportunities for all, respect for all human life; and justice for all regardless of who you are or where you come from.

Merry Christmas and may God bless all of you that seek Him.

SMF Family

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Vince shares his thoughts on School Choice and the current state of education in Washingon.

Updates and Insights to our 2A Cases:

Updates and Insights to our 2A Cases:

By Pete Serrano | November 7, 2023

Current Status of 2A cases from General Counsel Pete Serrano: As the general counsel of the organization, I’d like to assure you that our focus remains on protecting constitutional rights, and the right to Bear Arms is preeminent in our litigation.  Presently, we have 4 pending firearms matters, and I believe that our court dates…

Teaching them to Fail

By admin | October 20, 2023

“I believe that children are the future, teach them well and let them lead the way.”  This is the opening lyric to Whitney Houston’s song, the Greatest love of all.  It’s always been understood that a child’s early education is paramount to their overall development. American taxpayers pay more for a child’s education than most…

Title fight   

By admin | January 17, 2023

The purpose of Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972 was to update Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.  The civil rights act banned several forms of discrimination in employment but did not address or make mention of education.  Contrary to popular belief, the scope and purpose of Title IX had…

Sovereignty of the states

By admin | January 17, 2023

The federalism argument has been at the heart of recent court decisions and great public debate.  Cases such as abortion, legalized sports, marijuana, and sanctuary cities just to name a few, have highlighted the recent court docket.  The tenth amendment clarifies the division of powers between the federal government and the individual states.  It underscores…

The judicial branch 

By admin | December 1, 2022

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.    …

Prejudicial policies in higher education

By admin | November 17, 2022

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…

Meet Karen Osborne

By Rob Waites | October 31, 2022

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…

Austin Hatcher joins the Team!

By Rob Waites | October 31, 2022

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…

SMF Continues to Fight Federal Mandates

By Rob Waites | October 25, 2022

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!

Medical Freedom Event with MAFA

By PJ Serrano | October 3, 2022

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…