Texas City Passes Resolution Prohibiting COVID-19 Mandates

Decision allows residents to exercise their personal discretion regarding masking and vaccination.

Texas DPS Ends Collaboration With Austin Police Department Amid Border Crisis

The Texas Department of Public Safety temporarily ended its partnership with the Austin Police Department on Saturday after the expiration of Title 42.

Trump-Era Federal Judge Overturns Berkeley’s Biden-Backed Natural Gas Ban, Citing Overreach

"Cities and states cannot ignore federal law in an effort to constrain consumer choice, and it is encouraging that the Ninth Circuit upheld this standard," the California Restaurant Association (CRA) president and CEO said.

Another Jersey Council Member Shot Dead One Week After Colleague Suffered Same Fate

Russell Heller, 51, a Republican council member, was discovered dead in his vehicle at 7:00 a.m. on Wednesday, in the parking lot of his workplace, local energy company PSE&G.

FBI Gets Involved With New Jersey Investigation of Murdered Republican Councilwoman

The FBI is now “involved” in the investigation into the murder of New Jersey Republican Councilwoman Eunice Dwumfour as more details about her personal life and the moments leading up to her death come to light.

Abortionist Opens Colorado Center That Will Kill Babies in Late-Term Abortions

The grandson of a notorious late-term abortionist just opened a new abortion facility in Pueblo, Colorado in defiance of strong opposition from local residents.

Louisiana Democrats Get Prison Time for Vote-Buying Scheme

Two officials each received one year in prison.

Arizona Woman Admits Guilt in Ballot Collection Scheme

An Arizona woman accused of illegally collecting early ballots in the 2020 primary election pleaded guilty Thursday in an agreement with state prosecutors that saw the more serious forgery and conspiracy charges dismissed and limited any potential for a lengthy prison sentence.

Thomas Jefferson statue removed from NYC City Hall because former US president, author of Declaration of Independence owned slaves

A statue of Thomas Jefferson — America's third president and the author of the Declaration of Independence — was removed Monday from City Hall in New York City, where it stood for nearly two centuries, because Jefferson was a slave owner, the New York Post reported.

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