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Biden administration to buy $1 billion in additional covid tests

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The Biden administration spending $1 billion to purchase an additional 180 million rapid COVID-19 tests on top of the $2 billion announced in September. The news comes as an Australian company has ...

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Civil liberties group tells Biden commission to reject court packing

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A civil liberties group delivered a letter and petition telling the Presidential Commission on the Supreme Court of the United States (PCSCUS) that it should reject court packing. The effort comes amid ...

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Judge blocks Texas Heartbeat Bill saying not every pregnant person is “a woman”

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A temporary injunction against the Texas pro-life Heartbeat Law has been issued by a federal judge on behalf of the Biden administration. Obama appointee U.S. District Judge Robert Pitman contends “a person’s ...

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Biden vaccine mandate for 100 million Americans called “dangerous”

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In an unprecedented move that is sure to find its way to the U.S. Supreme Court, President Joe Biden has initiated a vaccine mandate on 100 million Americans. “This is not about ...

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Sen. Hawley proposes teaching children about the founding documents

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Sen. Josh Hawley of Missouri wants the nation’s children to learn the “the basic truth” about the United States as expressed in the nation’s founding documents. The Republican announced that he will introduce ...

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Hobby Lobby attacked for Independence Day ad

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On July 4, Hobby Lobby took out a full-page ad in multiple newspapers featuring a prominently placed verse from the Bible along with numerous, pro-Christian, pro-Bible quotes from our Founding Fathers and ...

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Missouri’s ‘Second Amendment Preservation Act’ signed into law

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Missouri Gov. Mike Parson on Saturday signed the “Second Amendment Preservation Act.” It bans state law enforcement agencies from enforcing what many believe are unconstitutional Biden administration restrictions on gun ownership. The ...

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Judge rules opening court with prayer violates Constitution

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A federal district court has ruled that a Texas judge’s practice of having a chaplain open court sessions with prayer violates the Constitution. Judge Wayne Mack, a justice of the peace in ...

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‘Jesus’ banned from high school graduation speech

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Any references to the Christian faith are banned from graduation speeches at a Michigan high school this week. Elizabeth Turner is scheduled to deliver her Hillsdale High School valedictory speech but she’s ...

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NRA sees membership surge under Biden

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The Biden Administration has been good for the NRA. The organization has seen a jump in new members in recent months, with 150,000 signups in 2021 alone so far. On average, the ...

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Gun sales soaring in response to Biden Administration policy goals

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If nothing else, the Biden Administration has been good for gun sales. “That’s undoubtedly connected to President Joe Biden’s plans to attack the firearm industry by undoing and rewriting regulations and executive ...

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Biden Administration’s crackdown on religious liberty raises alarm

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Christian leaders are bracing for religious liberty to be curtailed under President Joe Biden. “Early indications are troubling,” Professor Edward A. Morse, a member of the board of directors of the Thomas ...

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Kansas Senate approves ‘Value Them Both’ pro-life ballot measure

Kansas voters will have a chance to add a pro-life amendment to the state Constitution. The Value Them Both Amendment passed by a vote of 28-11 – a two-thirds majority – on ...

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Supreme Court throws out case alleging Trump profited from presidency

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The US Supreme Court on Monday threw out a lawsuit that alleged Donald Trump had illegally profited from his presidency. No justices dissented from the ruling which gave Trump a unanimous victory ...

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Legal organization formed to confront ‘critical race theory’

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A new coalition of legal foundations and attorneys will combat critical race theory in education. Christopher F. Rufo of the Discovery Institute is leading the effort. Rufo, noting that President Joe Biden ...

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Senate has no authority to try Trump after he leaves office: Sen. Tom Cotton

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Although the House of Representatives impeached President Trump last week, the Senate has no constitutional authority to hold a trial after he leaves office, Republican Sen. Tom Cotton of Arkansas said. “The ...

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Kansans to ‘Rally and March for Life’ at state capitol Jan. 21

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Kansans for Life will hold the annual Rally and March for Life in Topeka on January 21. This year’s theme is United for Mothers and Babies. The day will be full of ...

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Congressman Matt Gaetz joins growing number objecting to Electoral College tally

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Congressman Matt Gaetz says he will vote his conscience and join other Republicans Jan. 6 and vote not to affirm the Electoral College results. The Congressional is needed to certify the presidential ...

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Trump campaign files challenge to Pennsylvania in U.S. Supreme Court

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The Trump re-election campaign has filed an appeal to the U.S. Supreme Court to reverse a lower court ruling. The Pennsylvania Supreme Court had upheld changes to the election process made by ...

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Ruling on church restrictions applauded as win for freedom

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Religious freedom advocates applauded a federal appeals court decision this week that blocked enforcement of Nevada’s pandemic-related restrictions on churches because they treat various secular events and businesses “significantly better” than worship ...

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Going to church is good for mental health, especially in 2020

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People who attend church were the only group of Americans who didn’t see the state of their mental health decline this year, according to a Gallup Poll. The share of Americans who ...

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17 states have now joined Supreme Court election lawsuit

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In a public show of unity that spans the nation, seventeen states have joined the Texas lawsuit before the Supreme Court to challenge the 2020 election results in four battleground states. The states ...

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Senator Cramer defends election lawsuits as ‘appropriate,’ constitutional

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U.S. Senator Kevin Cramer (R-ND) is defending the Trump campaign’s election litigation saying it is appropriate and following a constitutional process. Several lawsuits are making their way through the courts on the ...

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Award-winning Broadway actor under fire for challenging state’s COVID-19 restrictions

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Actor Chad Kimball, a Seattle native who was nominated in 2011 for a Tony for his performance in “Memphis,” recently said he will respectfully disobey Washington state’s restrictions on church gatherings and ...

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Judicial Watch shares concerns over changing vote totals

Tom Fitton, president of Judicial Watch, has shared important background on both the laws concerning the election of a president and concerns over how ballots were counted in the 2020 election.  Judicial ...

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