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Jun 30 2023
The U.S. Supreme Court's conservative-majority ruling letting certain businesses refuse to provide services for same-sex marriages could impact an array of customers beyond LGBTQ+ people, according to the court's liberal justices. But experts were divided over how far this ripple effect could spread. Friday's ruling protected Denver-area web designer Lorie Smith from having to create websitesNewsmax (News)
Jun 28 2023
WASHINGTON — In several recent rulings, the Supreme Court unexpectedly handed wins to liberal advocates on election law, minority voting rights and Native American issues, but all three rulings were not conclusive. That means contentious issues could return to the conservative-majority court, and — based on what some of the justices have said — the outcome next time could be very different.NBC News (Online)
Jul 06 2023
“Interesting” — one word from Elon Musk yesterday resurrected a study from earlier this year. Media and Twitter liberals predictably feigned shock and outrage. Yet the study on how “nonbinary gender pronouns” affect one’s job prospects wasted time and money to produce obvious results.
In a preliminary survey, the researcher found that “80 percent of nonbinary people believed thatThe Daily Caller
Jul 28 2023
Florida’s new standards for teaching African-American studies found a surprising defender on CNN last week amid an onslaught of criticism from pundits and the mainstream media.
CNN political commentator Scott Jennings pushed back against Kamala Harris’s claim that, “Just yesterday in the state of Florida, they decided middle school students will be taught that enslaved people benefitedNational Review (News)
Jul 21 2023
Justice Sonia Sotomayor, joined by the Supreme Court’s two other liberal justices, publicly dissented from an order that allowed Alabama to move forward with its first execution since a recent pause. Before dawn on Friday morning, Alabama executed James Barber, who was convicted of murdering a 75-year-old woman in 2001. Barber had raised concerns about the state’s lethal injection method inThe Hill
Aug 02 2023
MADISON, Wis. (AP) — A lawsuit filed with Wisconsin’s newly liberal-controlled state Supreme Court argues that Republican-drawn legislative maps are unconstitutional and must be redone. The lawsuit Wednesday is the latest legal challenge of many nationwide that could upset political boundary lines before the 2024 election. The long-promised action from a liberal law firm focusing on votingKRDO
Aug 02 2023
MADISON, Wis. -- A lawsuit filed Wednesday asks Wisconsin's newly liberal-controlled state Supreme Court to throw out Republican-drawn legislative maps as unconstitutional, the latest legal challenge of many nationwide that could upset political boundary lines before the 2024 election. The long-promised action from a coalition of law firms and voting rights advocacy groups comes the day afterABC News (Online)
Jul 11 2023
Rep. Jim Jordan (R., Ohio) is threatening to block funding for a new FBI headquarters in the Washington, D.C., area unless the bureau moves to Alabama instead. In light of the federal government's investigation into former president Donald Trump and his Republican allies, Jordan argued the agency put some distance between itself and D.C. and move to Huntsville, Alabama, where agents would beWashington Free Beacon
Jul 19 2023
Country music star Jason Aldean released one of the best songs of his career Friday, and apparently upset so many liberals that CMT pulled the video from their network. CMT confirmed the video for Aldean’s new hit single “Try That in a Small Town” had been pulled from the network but did not provide a reason why, Billboard reported. This occurred well before liberals started crying about howThe Daily Caller
Aug 04 2023
In Wisconsin, a new challenge has been filed with the state Supreme Court against the district maps currently in place for state legislative districts. The challenge was brought very soon after the control of that court flipped from conservatives to liberals with a recent ceremony in which Judge Janet Protasiewicz was sworn into a ten-year term after an election victory. Though the race wasBipartisan Report