House to vote on defense bill allowing military members access to abortion across state lines
The House is set to vote on the $858 billion National Defense Authorization Act on Thursday, which outlines the annual budget for military spending and paves the way for the bill to be passed before the end of the year. Read More.
Oregon Supreme Court leaves in place order blocking strict new gun law
The Oregon Supreme Court ruled to keep in place a lower court ruling that blocked a strict new gun law that voters approved by passing a measure on November's ballot. Read More.
‘Stripping Away All Innocence’: ‘American Girl’ Book Tells Young Girls They Can Change Gender
American Girl, the popular doll brand founded in 1986 that featured dolls of young girls from American history with accompanying books telling their stories, is being slammed for a new book that trumpets how prepubescent girls can change their gender. Read More.
Mitt Romney, Susan Collins Dismiss the Idea of Impeaching Mayorkas
Impeaching Mayorkas for failing to secure the southern border does not appear to have the support of the some Republican senators. Read More.
Americans Oppose Violence Against Pregnancy Centers, Survey Finds
Americans overwhelmingly oppose violence against pro-life pregnancy centers, surveys conducted by the Becket Fund for Religious Liberty found. Read More.
Joe Biden's 2023 Border Plan: Two Migrants for Every American Birth
Biden's border agency expects 9,000 to 14,000 migrants per day once officials remove the Title 42 barrier in late December, says CNN.  Read More.
Epstein estate agrees to $105 million-plus settlement with Virgin Islands in sex-trafficking case
Funds from the sale of the Little St. James island, on which Epstein resided, will go to a trust to support victims of sexual abuse. Read More.
The Media vs. Free Speech on Twitter
Anyone who thinks the First Amendment is best represented by "news" media isn't paying attention to its war on free speech for conservatives. Read More.
Bar Association Council Votes to Get Rid of LSAT Testing Requirement to Promote Diversity
Basically, the Bar wants to punish whites and bring unqualified non-whites into the legal field.  Read More.
Maricopa County Responds To AG’s Letter On Election Problems, Claim Not A Single Voter Disenfranchised
Thomas Liddy, Maricopa County’s chief civil division attorney, responded Sunday to a letter from Arizona’s outgoing Attorney General Mark Brnovich ordering county officials to submit a report on its handling of the 2022 election. Read More.
Kari Lake declines to concede, says she’s assembling legal team
Arizona gubernatorial candidate Kari Lake (R) declined to concede governor race to Democrat Katie Hobbs Thursday, raising concerns about the election process. Read More.
12 Senate Republicans Vote with Dems for 'Respect for Marriage Act'
Lawmakers voted for the measure 62-37 after a bipartisan group of senators added a clause about religious liberty. Read More.
‘Baby On Board’: Texas Bill Would Make Unborn Child Second Person In HOV Lanes
A new bill introduced in the Texas state legislature would legally include a child in the womb as a second person in high occupancy vehicle (HOV) lanes. Read More.

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