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City in Washington Weighs Fining and Jailing Homeless People Who Refuse Help

A city in Washington state is considering adopting a bold measure to combat the rampant homelessness that has endangered residents and plagued quality of life in the community.

Republicans Pushing to Impeach DHS Secretary Over Growing Border Crisis

House Republicans are reportedly plotting the impeachment of Homeland Security Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas.

New York High Court Throws Out Congressional Map for ‘Impermissibly’ Favoring Democrats

The New York Court of Appeals rejected on Wednesday congressional and state Senate maps passed by the state legislature, ruling that the redistricting scheme illegally favored Democrats.

Donald Trump Jr. To Launch New Gun Rights Group to Fight Democrat Gun Control Efforts

Donald Trump Jr. is set to launch a new gun rights organization that he intends to use as a weapon to fight against attempts by Democrats to crackdown on American’s Second Amendment rights.

Harvard Creates $100M Reparations Fund to ‘Redress’ University’s Connection to Slavery

Harvard University has announced they are setting up a $100 million fund to redress its ties to slavery in the past.

Former Florida Attorney General Goes All in for Voicing God in Public

A case before the U.S. Supreme Court about a football coach who took a knee and thanked God following each of his high-school team's games, win or lose, is important because America was "founded on the sacred right of every American to practice his or her faith in peace without fear of retribution, repression, or retaliation by any cultural movement or government officials seeking to coerce compliance against personal religious conscience."

AZ Gov. Candidate Kari Lake Sues to Ban Electronic Voting Machine Tabulators

Two candidates in Arizona are looking to the future after the troubled 2020 election, with a lawsuit looking to ban the use of machines to count votes in the Grand Canyon State.

Supreme Court to Hear Religious Liberty Case Over High School Coach’s On-Field Prayers

Joseph Kennedy likes to think of himself as a "big brother" of sorts to the many students he has mentored over the years as a high school football coach.

These 11 California Lawmakers Voted In Favor of Allowing Abortion One Month After Birth

Bill allowing killing of 1-month-old newborns, AB 2223, passed with the help of these 11 California assemblymembers.

They Can Stay: City Attorney Hits Back at Atheists’ Demands for Removal of Christian Crosses

An attorney for the town of Elizabethton, Tennessee, is defending the presence of three crosses on public land after atheists demanded their removal.

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