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Churches Defend Loophole for Clergy to Not Report Child Sex Abuse

It was a frigid Sunday evening at the Catholic Newman Center in Salt Lake City when the priest warned parishioners who had gathered after Mass that their right to private confessions was in jeopardy.

Democrats Release Legislation to Ban Stock Trading by Members of Congress, SCOTUS

House Democrats have released their long-awaited proposal to ban stock trading by members of Congress, senior government officials, and U.S. Supreme Court justices, with the measure seeking to cut conflicts of interest, increase transparency around enforcement, and make penalties for noncompliance more painful.

Satanic Temple Suing Indiana Over Abortion Law

The suit claims Indiana's abortion laws violate the Constitution. 

Pro-life Group to Spend $78M Ahead of Midterm Elections, Focus On Battleground States

A prominent pro-life activist organization expects to spend $78 million during the 2022 midterm election cycle, hoping to reach at least 8 million eligible voters through a combination of door-to-door campaigning, voter mail and media advertisements.

Fetterman Was ‘Happy’ to Release Murderer Who Stabbed Man 26 Times With Garden Shears

As much of the political punditry on the right continues to focus on Pennsylvania Democrat Senate hopeful John Fetterman‘s post-stroke mental competency, a deeper dive into his past reveals a man whose views on compassion and the criminal justice system fall far outside those of mainstream America.

Chris Wallace’s New Show Bombs in Debut for CNN

Former Fox News host Chris Wallace bombed in his debut for his new employer.

Supreme Court Makes Another Move In Support of 2nd Amendment

The U.S. Supreme Court issued its most significant pro-Second Amendment decision in nearly two decades a few months ago when justices ruled 6-3 that New York’s concealed carry law was unconstitutionally restrictive.

Sinema Says She Supports Reinstating Full Filibuster

Sen. Kyrsten Sinema (D-AZ) defended her support for the filibuster on Monday despite near-unified opposition from the rest of her party, taking the absolutist view that it should even be restored for judicial nominations.

Supreme Court Rules Germany Can’t Be Sued In Nazi-Era Art Case

The U.S. Supreme Court delivered a setback to a bid by the heirs of Jewish art dealers to win restitution from Germany in American...

Doctors Refute Stacey Abrams’ Claim There is ‘No Such Thing’ as Fetal Heartbeat at 6 Weeks

Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Stacey Abrams is being accused of spreading "misinformation" after she stated this week that the unborn do not have a...

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