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Idaho U. Pays $90K to Settle Free Speech Lawsuit with Christian Group

The University of Idaho will pay $90,000 to settle lawsuit filed by three Christian students and a professor hit with no-contact order after supporting traditional marriage.

Does ESG Violate America’s Antitrust Laws?

Over the past few years, environmental, social, and governance (ESG) metrics have become ubiquitous among the biggest Wall Street investment firms and Fortune 500 companies.

Kirk Cameron Is Denied Story-Hour Slot by Public Libraries for His New Faith-Based Kids Book

With a new children's book out that celebrates family, faith and biblical wisdom, actor-writer-producer Kirk Cameron cannot reach scores of American children or their families in many U.S. cities via the public library system because over 50 public libraries have either outright rejected him or not responded to requests on his behalf.

Demands for Investigation Grow After Katie Hobbs’ Office Censored Twitter Activity, Suppressed Speech

"How much censorship took place under her office," asked Trump attorney Christina Bobb.

Biden Won’t Visit Southern Border Because There Are ‘More Important Things Going On,’ As Crossings Expected to Reach 2.6 Million Next Year

The last time that Biden visited the southern border was when he drove by it in 2008 as vice president.

New Supreme Court Justice Implies ‘It’s A Wonderful Life’ Is Racist

Associate Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson begins the court case with arguments of racism.

Justice Gorsuch Accuses Colorado of Forcing Christian Baker to Undergo ‘Reeducation Program’

Justice Gorsuch slammed the State of Colorado on Monday for forcing a Christian baker to undergo a “reeducation program” after he refused to create a custom cake celebrating a same-sex marriage on the grounds that it violated his religious convictions.

Pfizer, BioNTech Ask U.S. FDA to Clear Updated COVID-19 Vaccine for Babies and Toddlers

Pfizer and its German partner have asked U.S. regulators to clear their updated COVID-19 vaccine for children as young as 6 months of age, the companies announced on Dec. 5.

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