U.S. Judge Rules Arizona’s Voting Law Requiring Proof of Citizenship is Not Discriminatory

A federal judge has ruled that legislators behind the new Arizona law requiring counties to verify the status of registered voters does not discriminate.

Hulu Reverses Course, Allows Church to Advertise on Platform

Hulu is walking back on its original rejection of a church's advertisement, now saying that it may promote an ad on the streaming service.

Mandatory IRS Training Includes ‘Cross-Cultural Competence’

IRS employees were subjected to a mandatory continuing education program involving diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) training, according to materials obtained by Judicial Watch.

Senators Write to NIH After Group Removes ‘Lengthen Life’ From Stated Goals

Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Tammy Duckworth (D-IL) wrote to the National Institutes of Health (NIH), imploring them to maintain its goal of "lengthening life" after it proposed to change its mission statement.

Understanding the 1st Amendment: A Comprehensive Guide

The First Amendment to the United States Constitution is a cornerstone of American democracy, protecting the fundamental rights of freedom of speech, religion, press, assembly, and petition

Wisconsin University Official Sues School After Receiving Demotion for Being ‘White’

Rochelle Hoffman alleged in a lawsuit that the University of Wisconsin demoted her from a diversity-related position for being white.

Tech Company Issues ‘Fundamental Truths’ Against White People: O’Keefe Media Group

A subsidiary of tech company IBM, Red Hat, allegedly issued a series of "fundamental truths" to employees.

Kamala Harris Announces ‘National Strategy to Combat Islamophobia’

Vice President Kamala Harris announced a "National Strategy to Counter Islamophobia."

Transgender Cyclists Take Home Top Spots in Chicago Race

Two biological men took top spots in the women's cycling races in Chicago, Illinois last week.

DOJ Tells Financial Institutions They Cannot Reject Illegal Immigrants Credit Applications

The DOJ issued a warning in a joint statement with the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) to financial institutions for rejecting illegal immigrants’ credit applications last week.

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