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Jun 28 2018
Perspectives BlogJustice Anthony Kennedy is set to retire from the Supreme Court after three decades of serving as a pivotal swing vote. Many on the Right celebrated the announcement, as President Trump will now have the opportunity to solidify the court's conservative bloc. Several outlets on the Left lamented the news, arguing that it will have repercussions for women and minorities. Check out some other John Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Sep 27 2018
Brett Kavanaugh's Supreme Court nomination has been rife with partisanship, with a series of tense confirmation hearings followed by testimony of alleged sexual misconduct made against him by Dr. Chrisine Blasey Ford.
See coverage from across the political spectrum as media outlets weigh in on the events.Kavanaugh on the Issues:
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Jul 07 2022
British Prime Minister Boris Johnson announced his resignation Thursday following a series of controversies and resignations of his high-profile officials.
Speaking in London Thursday, Johnson said "it is clearly now the will of the parliamentary Conservative Party that there should be a new leader and a new prime minister." Johnson said he'll remain prime minister until a replacementNBC News (Online) Associated Press New York Post (News)
May 24 2018
Perspectives BlogPresident Trump on Thursday canceled the much anticipated summit with North Korea in a letter to Kim Jong Un that cited “tremendous anger and open hostility” from the country. Supporters of the decision argue that the president made the right call in the wake of North Korea's recent remarks about the US, which mocked Vice President Mike Pence and pointed to a potential nuclear confrontation. John Gable, AllSides Co-founder
Jun 30 2022
In some states, "trigger laws" reactivating old abortion bans were due to take effect when the Supreme Court overturned Roe v. Wade last week. But some state courts are putting them on hold — at least for now.
With the help of the American Civil Liberties Union and other pro-choice groups, lawsuits were filed Monday in Idaho, Kentucky, Mississippi and Texas by abortion providersFox News (Online News) The Dallas Morning News CNN (Online News)
Jun 09 2022
A series of controversies hit The Washington Post (Lean Left bias) in recent weeks.
The Post's policies came under scrutiny after a jury found that Amber Heard defamed Johnny Depp in a 2018 Post op-ed detailing her alleged experiences with abuse. It was also revealed during the Depp-Heard trial that the American Civil Liberties Union (Lean Left bias) wrote the op-ed. Then, PostVanity Fair Poynter Fox News (Online News)
The most important tool we have as Americans is our right to vote. Here are some tools and information about registering. If you are a teacher and are interested in getting your students registered, the appropriate organizations have been highlighted here. For Classrooms
Aug 08 2018
Voters in Missouri blocked a right-to-work law that would have prohibited private sector unions from forcing workers who do not join to pay dues.Fox News (Online News) Vox NPR (Online News)
Jul 15 2018
British Prime Minister Theresa May said that President Trump advised her to sue the European Union over Brexit, revealing the secret suggestion that she had previously said was "too brutal."Mother Jones Wall Street Journal (News) Breitbart News
Jul 06 2018
White nationalist and alt-right leader Richard Spencer was detained in Europe on his way to a speaking engagement and sent back to the United States due to a ban that excludes him from entering most of the European Union.ThinkProgress The Hill Washington Times