Attorney Generals Urge SCOTUS to Take Case on Parental Rights Within Schools

Sixteen attorney generals, led by Virginia AG Jason Miyares (R), have filed an amicus brief requesting that the U.S. Supreme Court take up a case involving schools' efforts to transition students without parental knowledge or consent.

Hundreds of Doctors Sign Accord Calling for End of mRNA Vaccines

Thousands of people, including more than 600 medical doctors and over 1,500 healthcare professionals, have signed onto the Hope Accord, which condemns mRNA products and the COVID-19 vaccine.

California Implements Sweeping Changes with New Laws on Guns, Fees, and School Supplies

Certain laws in California are effective as of July 1. These new rules tax weapons and ammunition, mandate that bars provide date-rape drug test kits...

CDC Recommends Updated COVID Vaccine

The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has recommended that all Americans receive an updated COVID-19 vaccine.

Oklahoma Superintendent Calls for Public Schools to Incorporate Bible Education

Oklahoma State Superintendent of Public Instruction Ryan Walters announced that public schools must incorporate the Bible and the Ten Commandments in the curriculum.

Supreme Court: Government Requests to Remove Disinformation on Social Media Are Lawful

The Supreme Court decided that the government can order social media companies to remove damaging disinformation from their platforms, which is a victory for...

Amazon Urged to Censor Books Countering Govt Narrative During COVID Pandemic

Documents obtained by the House Judiciary Committee and Subcommittee on the Weaponization of the Federal Government revealed that Amazon was pressured by the Biden administration to remove books that contained messages contrary to the government narrative during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Louisiana Governor Signs Bill Requiring Ten Commandments in Classrooms; Trump Applauds Move

Louisiana Governor Jeff Landry signed a bill requiring every classroom in the state to display a copy of the Ten Commandments. Former President Donald...

Seattle Considers Reimplementing Masks

Seattle is considering reimplementing mask mandates for travel as the city's emergency rooms saw a slight increase in visits relating to COVID-19.

Court Blocks Six More States from Implementing Biden’s Title IX Rules

The Biden administration's revised Title IX policies cannot be implemented in six more states. Judges from different jurisdictions have now blocked the rules in ten states.

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