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Supreme Court to Hear Case That Could End 40 Years of Race-Based Affirmative Action in University Admissions

The U.S. Supreme Court announced it would hear one of two cases on Oct. 31 that could dismantle the 40-year precedent of race-based affirmative action in university admissions, with universities now urging the court to preserve the decision despite some expert opinion to the contrary.

Hillary Clinton Promotes Merchandise Mocking Email Scandal After Mar-A-Lago Raid

Failed 2020 presidential candidate Hillary Clinton brazenly touted her ‘But Her Emails’ merchandise on social media after the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) raided former President Donald Trump’s Mar-a-Lago home on Monday night.

Biden Signs $280 Billion Semiconductor Bill

President Joe Biden signed the CHIPS and Science Act on Aug. 9, allocating a $280 billion funding package toward boosting domestic semiconductor manufacturing and various research endeavors.

California Judge Rules Non-Citizens Can’t Vote in School Board Elections

The San Francisco judge struck down an existing law.

Liz Cheney’s Husband Is Partner at Law Firm Representing Hunter Biden

Philip Perry, who is married to Wyoming Rep. Liz Cheney, is a partner at the same law firm representing President Joe Biden’s scandal-ridden son, Hunter.

Biden Administration Hit With Lawsuit Over ‘Sneak Attack’ on Charter Schools

A coalition of charter schools in Michigan and Ohio brought a lawsuit Monday challenging the Biden administration’s newly implemented hurdles on federal funding for the independently run public schools.

It’s ‘Not Moral’ to Request Abstinence to Stop Monkeypox: LGBT Activists

New CDC data confirms that monkeypox overwhelmingly occurs in men who identify as gay or bisexual and who engage in risky sexual behavior—yet LGBT activists have said it is “not moral” to ask men to refrain from sex until the government can get the virus corralled.

Alabama Murder, Kidnapping Suspect Was In The US Illegally

The alleged kidnapper of a 12-year-old girl in Alabama was a previously deported illegal alien, an Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) spokesperson confirmed.

Woke Math? How Critical Race Theory Found Its Way Into Math Curriculum

Schools across the country have made considerable efforts to incorporate aspects of critical race theory into math curricula, often by modifying achievement standards and student expectations.

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