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Texas Judge Sues to Protect her Right to Not Officiate Gay Weddings

After receiving a rebuke and a warning from the State Commission on Judicial Conduct, Waco-based Judge Dianne Hensley is filing a lawsuit against the agency, claiming that they are attempting to violate her right to exercise her religion in good faith. Hensley decided after the 2015 Supreme Court decision legalizing gay marriage that she would refuse to officiate any same-sex ...

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Poll: Only 63% of Americans Would “Miss Freedom of Speech”

USA Today ran a story on Tuesday with the remarkable slant that 92% of Americans believe that their rights are being threatened. According to a Harris/Purple Project poll, nearly everyone in the country thinks that their rights are under siege from one group or another – though of course no one really agrees about which rights are being endangered. 48% ...

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Oh, Brother: Tarzan Deemed Too Racist for High School Play

The story of Tarzan has been an enduring part of our pop culture landscape since author Edgar Rice Burroughs first set pen to paper in 1912. It has been made into countless movies, television shows, and even formed the basis of a megahit Disney cartoon in the late 1990s. Until now, it seemed that most Americans missed the horrible, racist ...

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Trump May Challenge NY Law Giving Driver’s Licenses to Illegal Aliens

Starting on December 14, the New York Department of Motor Vehicles is set to give illegal aliens the right to apply for driver’s licenses. The controversial measure passed the state assembly in June, and it has attracted criticism from all over the country from opponents who say it is just another step towards normalizing illegal migration. Called the “Green Light ...

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Former Venezuelan Says Trump is a Dictator Like Hugo Chavez

In the scope of the mainstream media, we don’t get much of a chance to talk about the South Florida Sun-Sentinel newspaper, and we can’t say we know a ton about their political leanings or their capacity for good journalism. But assuming that they are a decent newspaper most of the time, they did themselves a grave disservice when they ...

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University Bans Pledge: “It Represents an Oppressive Government”

In a controversial move last week, the Student Senate at Grand Valley State University voted 22-10 to stop reciting the Pledge of Allegiance at their meetings, arguing that its “oppressive” words and history conspired to make some students uncomfortable. With the move, GVSU became the second student government this year to do away with the Pledge, following in the footsteps ...

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Florida County Passes Resolution to Make Itself a “Second Amendment Sanctuary”

This week, the Lake County Commission in Central Florida became the first county in the state to declare itself a “Second Amendment Sanctuary” in a powerful resolution to affirm gun rights. While the resolution does not come with the authority of law – Florida counties are legally prohibited from passing ordinances relating to firearms – the commissioners felt it was ...

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Trump: American Taxpayers Will Not Be on the Hook for Immigrant Healthcare

President Trump signed an important executive order on Friday in the administration’s continued efforts to ensure that immigrants are not coming to this country for a free ride on the taxpayers’ dime. The White House has already taken significant steps towards making sure that immigrants are not coming to this country to go on the public dole, and this presidential ...

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Corporate CEOs Demand Gun Control in Letter to the Senate

In a letter to the U.S. Senate publicized on Thursday, 145 business executives and CEOs challenged lawmakers to pass universal background checks and implement “red flag” laws at the federal level. “Doing nothing about America’s gun violence crisis is simply unacceptable and it is time to stand with the American public on gun safety,” the executives wrote. “We urge the ...

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NRA Sues San Francisco Over Domestic Terrorist Designation

Last week, the San Francisco Board of Supervisors felt it was an excellent use of their power and their city’s tax dollars to go after the gun lobby with both (political) guns blazing. Therefore, they decided to become the first governmental body in the world to label the National Rifle Association a “domestic terrorist organization” that was using “its considerable ...

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