NH Legislature Sends Transgender Athlete Ban to Governor’s Desk

A bill from New Hampshire is on its way to the governor's desk that would prohibit transgender athletes in grades 5 through 12 from...

Biden Appeals to Black Voters in Philadelphia, Criticizes Trump on Handling of George Floyd Protests

President Joe Biden, campaigning in Philadelphia on Wednesday, accused former President Donald Trump of wanting to tear gas those who "peacefully protested" George Floyd's...

Examining the Over-Dramatization of LGBTQ Youth Bullying Claims

The narrative that LGBTQ youth face higher rates of suicide and bullying compared to their non-LGBTQ peers has dominated public discourse, but is that...

New York Bar Associations Encourage Law Schools to Continue Affirmative Action

A report from the Manhattan Institute revealed that New York Bar Associations are urging law schools to "ignore" the Supreme Court's ruling on affirmative action.

Biden Admin Signs onto Medical Surveillance Program

Last week, the White House signed onto a global health security (GHS) program alongside 50 other countries.

Elementary School Denies Prayer Club, Welcomes Pride Club

A Washington elementary school has been accused of violating two students' First Amendment rights after it denied their request to create a prayer club.

Hospitals & Healthcare began with Christian Charity – American Minute with Bill Federer

 The Byzantine Empire's School of Nisibis, founded in the 4th century, sometimes referred to as the world's first university, was a Christian center of scientific and medical learning, located in...

Governor Newsom Unveils Plan for High-Tech Surveillance Cameras in Oakland

California Gov. Gavin Newsom announced Friday that hundreds of high-tech surveillance cameras are set to be installed in Oakland and surrounding freeways as part...

Washington State Introduces Snitch Line for ‘Hate Crimes’

Lawmakers in Democrat-run Washington have introduced a "snitch line" for residents to call in and report "hate crimes."

Passing Bar Exam No Longer Needed for Law Licensure in Washington: ‘Blocks Marginalized Groups’

Washington's Supreme Court ruled that an individual no longer needs to pass the bar exam for law licensure.

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