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Either a Liberal or Progressive America

There are many moments in American history that have been significant because they have informed the principles of America’s traditional ideology of liberalism, but none as important as the present period since America’s founding. The United States is at a “1776 moment” of ideological transformation.

Soros-Backed Prosecutor Ordered to Turn Over Concealed Records to Just the News

Documents concern St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kimberly Gardner's alleged misconduct in botched prosecution of ex-Missouri governor

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem Announces Heartbeat Law, Keeping Promise to Strengthen State’s Pro-life Laws

South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) on Friday announced two new bills to keep her promise to ensure that her state has the "strongest pro-life laws in the books."

Armored Car Company Sues Govt. for Roadside Seizures

Deputies stop drivers, take their cash and let them go

Tax-Doubling Universal Health Care Bill ‘AB 1400’ Passes Assembly Appropriations Committee in California: ‘CalCare’

Single-payer health care system in California receives approval, setting the bill up for debate on the Assembly floor next week.

Attorney and Holocaust Survivor Stop Vax Passports in Orange County, California

California and New York were the first areas in the country to take steps toward vaccine passports last year. New York City implemented it, but Orange County didn’t, thanks to the efforts of human rights Attorney Leigh Dundas and holocaust survivor Vera Sharav.

California Agrees to Remove Aztec Prayers From School Curriculum

On Jan. 13, the state of California, along with its Board of Education and Department of Education, settled a lawsuit with parents over a controversial ethnic studies program that required school children to pray to Aztec gods.

LGBT Activists Have Been Using Courts to Harass This Christian Baker for Ten Years

Justice delayed is justice denied: Jack Phillips has ‘now been in courts defending his freedom nearly a decade.’

Law Student Govt. Rejects Free Speech Group Because Debate Can Cause ‘Real Harm’

This marks the second time in a week that Emory Law School has become embroiled in a free-speech controversy involving a student-run organization.

Ohio Republicans Newly Drawn Congressional Map Rejected by State Supreme Court

Republican lawmakers in Ohio are back to the drawing board after a Friday decision by the state’s high court rejecting their congressional district map.

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