Government Overreach

Justice Kentanji Brown Jackson Says Censorship is Government’s ‘Duty’

Following the Supreme Court's hearing of oral arguments for the Murthy v. Missouri case, where the Missouri attorney general is claiming the Biden administration violated the First Amendment to censor speech on social media, Jackson said officials have a duty to censor speech.

Understanding the Bill of Rights

The Bill of Rights is a crucial component of the United States Constitution that guarantees the protection of individual liberties and limits the power of the federal government

Understanding the 4th Amendment

The 4th Amendment to the United States Constitution is a crucial component of the Bill of Rights, which was ratified in 1791.

Understanding the 2nd Amendment

The Second Amendment to the United States Constitution is a widely debated and often misunderstood part of the Bill of Rights.

Study Finds Only 3.4% of American Journalists are Republican

Syracuse University found that only 3.4% of American journalists consider themselves to be Republican.

Gun Sales Surge After New Mexico Governor Calls for Ban

Guns represent a "public health emergency," according to Democratic Governor Michelle Lujan Grisham.

Texas City Passes Resolution Prohibiting COVID-19 Mandates

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

RFK Jr. Sues Google, YouTube Over Widespread ‘Censorship Campaign’

“This complaint concerns the freedom of speech and the extraordinary steps the United States government has taken under the leadership of Joe Biden to silence people it does not want Americans to hear," the lawsuit reads.

Violations of Patients’ Rights ‘Purposeful and Systematic’ Amid COVID: Dr. Richard Bartlett

Doctors' reactions to COVID-19 information set the stage for widespread medical tyranny.

Incandescent Light Bulbs to Be Banned Starting August 1

A federal ban on incandescent light bulbs is set to begin on August 1.

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