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Judge Pauses California Misinformation Law

Senior Judge William Shubb paused the passage of California's COVID-19 misinformation law due to the "vague" definition of "misinformation."

Student Wins Right to Wear ‘Jesus Loves Me’ Face Mask in School After 2-Year Legal Battle

“Schools would do well to remember the constitutional rights of students cannot be simply suspended—during a pandemic or otherwise," said Alliance Defending Freedom senior counsel.

Rand Paul, Donald Trump Cut Ties with DirecTV Over Company’s Censorship of Conservative Voices

"I would cancel @DIRECTV for censoring @NEWSMAX but I already canceled them for canceling @OANN," Paul tweeted.

DeSantis Backs Dhillon for RNC Chair

"I think we need to get some new blood in the RNC," says DeSantis.

Former New York Elections Commissioner Pleads Guilty to Voter Fraud

He admitted to unlawfully using the names and dates of birth of 12 voters to fraudulently apply for absentee ballots for elections held in Rensselaer County in 2021.

Federal Judge Blocks California Law Criminalizing COVID-19 ‘Misinformation’ as Unconstitutional ‘Nonsense’

"How do you expect doctors to know what may violate the law?" the judge asked.

U.K. Advises Against Boosters for Those Under 50 Years of Age After MPs Call for Investigation Into Country’s Rising Death Rates Not Attributable to...

Nevertheless, before the program officially closes, the health body did still "strongly encourage everyone who is currently eligible for a first booster and is yet to come forward" and receive one.

Judge to Release Footage of Hammer Attack on Nancy Pelosi’s Husband

The footage, along with the 911 call made after the assault, could be released to the public as early as Thursday.

University of Montreal Lecture Asserts ‘Everybody in the Room Has Some Amount of Sexual Interest in Children’

Psychologist Ian McPhail gave a lecture at the University of Montreal that claimed that every person has some level of sexual attraction to children.

Ted Cruz Believes More Classified Docs Are Located in University of Delaware

Senator Ted Cruz (R-TX) said on the podcast "The Verdict" that the Justice Department should investigate the University of Delaware for classified materials.

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