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Arizona moves to protect its citizens’ Second Amendment rights against federal overreach on gun control

    Even before President Joe Biden announced new executive orders on gun control on Thursday, Arizona had preemptively passed a law preventing the enforcement of federal gun restrictions deemed unconstitutional.   Quick Facts   Biden announced on Thursday that he is enacting new gun control measures using executive orders. The President is also expected...

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Another federal court rules that colleges that discriminate against religious clubs or students can be held accountable

    In what is becoming a judicial trend, a federal district court this week ruled that Wayne State University in Detroit discriminated against a Christian club and that university officials can be held liable for violating the group’s First Amendment rights.   Quick Facts   A federal district court ruled that officials at Wayne...

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Canadian police barricade the church of Pastor James Coates, who was jailed for violating COVID-19 orders

    GraceLife Church in Alberta, Canada, which catapulted into the news earlier this year after its pastor, James Coates, was jailed for holding services during the pandemic, has been shut down and barricaded by police to prevent future worship services.   Quick Facts   Pastor James Coates was jailed for violating Alberta’s COVID-19 restrictions...

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Corporations’ bullying and hypocritical response to Georgia voting law is doing real harm to Georgia citizens and America

    After Georgia passed a new voting law, liberal politicians spread disinformation about what was included in the new legislation, leading corporations to denounce the law — and their ignorance, virtual signaling, and economic warfare is hurting Georgia’s citizens and undermining America’s foundational principles of governance.   Quick Facts   Georgia’s new voting law...

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No, Sen. Warnock, we cannot save ourselves — only Christ can

    Over the Easter holiday, Pastor Ralph Warnock, the recently elected Democratic senator from Georgia, made headlines for tweeting a message that is antithetical to everything the Bible says about Christ’s resurrection. He wrote:   “The meaning of Easter is more transcendent than the resurrection of Jesus Christ. Whether you are Christian or not,...

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Clarence Thomas says the Supreme Court will soon have “no choice” but to take a look at Big Tech’s power over free speech

    Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas put Big Tech in his crosshairs on Monday, writing a 12-page opinion on the power of these monopolistic companies that now have the power to control and censor the constitutional right of free speech.   Quick Facts   The Supreme Court dismissed a case brought by Twitter users...

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Majority of Americans say cancel culture is a threat to freedom and has made them afraid to share their political opinions

    In a harrowing poll, most Americans say cancel culture is a threat to their freedom and they fear that sharing their political opinions online will get them banned or fired from their jobs.   Quick Facts   64 percent of respondents in a recent poll said that a growing cancel culture is a...

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New Arkansas law provides freedom of conscience protections for healthcare providers

    Arkansas Gov. Asa Hutchinson has signed a law that provides conscience exceptions for healthcare providers who object to performing procedures such as abortions or transgender surgeries.   Quick Facts   On March 26, Gov. Hutchinson signed the Medical Ethics and Diversity Act, which provides conscience exceptions for healthcare providers. Hutchinson said he supports...

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Supreme Court will hear Attorney General Daniel Cameron’s case to defend Kentucky abortion law against the governor’s wishes

    The Supreme Court has agreed to hear a case to determine whether Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron can argue in defense of the state’s law banning dismemberment abortions even though the current governor is unwilling to push forward with the federal appeals process.   Quick Facts   Kentucky’s law was signed by then-Gov....

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Biden administration supports the police searching homes and seizing guns without a warrant under the “caretaking” exception

    The Biden administration filed an amicus brief in support of the police in a case before the Supreme Court, arguing that police officers should be allowed to enter homes without a warrant and seize someone’s firearms under the “caretaking” exception to the Fourth Amendment and — in a break with progressives — that...

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