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Breaking: Arizona Sues Biden For Threatening To Withhold Relief Funds Over State’s Anti-Mandate Requirement

Arizona sued the Biden administration on Friday over the Treasury Department’s threat to withhold federal COVID relief funds from the state and to seek recoupment over previously paid stimulus money unless Arizona removes its no-masking mandate condition on grant funds. Republican Gov. Doug Ducey filed the four-count complaint in a federal court in Arizona Friday alleging two violations of the…

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Democrats’ Extremist Policies Keep Losing In Court

On Friday, the U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments in cases challenging President Joe Biden’s controversial Covid-19 vaccine mandates for private employers and some health care workers. Congressional Republicans recently filed an amicus brief opposing an Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) rule that would compel workplaces with more than 100 employees to mandate the Covid-19 vaccine or require…

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A Jury Finds Elizabeth Holmes Embraced Silicon Valley’s ‘Fake It Until You Make It’ Ethos Too Hard

A jury found Elizabeth Holmes, the founder and CEO of blood-testing startup Theranos Inc, guilty on four of 11 charges, including conspiring to defraud investors and patients in her company. She could face up to 20 years in prison for each guilty charge. Holmes’s conviction marks a dramatic ending for what was supposed to be a perfect Silicon Valley success…

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Why Trump Should Win His Lawsuit To Keep His Tax Records Private

Judge Trevor McFadden of the D.C. District Court recently ruled that former President Trump must turn his tax returns over to the House Ways and Means Committee. Trump, who no doubt would like to avoid turning his tax returns over to political rivals who want to publish them for the public to view, is likely to appeal this decision. He…

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This Legal Tool Can Help People Bullied By Corporations Fight Back

After years of staring down threats within the government, conservatives are waking up to another potent and far less accountable threat: that of corporate conglomerates, and private concentrations of power. Conversations about Big Tech censorship and cancel culture, while legitimate in their own right, often mask a deeper vulnerability that the rise of woke capital, acting at scale, presents —…

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Another Lawsuit Holds The Key To Trump’s Best Defense Against The Jan. 6 Committee

Yesterday, the D.C. Circuit Court of Appeals rejected former President Donald Trump’s claim of executive privilege, holding that the archivist of the United States could provide a tranche of Trump’s presidential records to the House’s “Select Committee to Investigate the January 6th Attack on the United States Capitol.” In a unanimous ruling, the federal appellate court concluded that President Biden’s…

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District Attorney Makes Excuses For Low Bail Releasing Man Accused In Parade Massacre

Milwaukee County District Attorney John Chisholm said he wasn’t going to make excuses for why his office recommended a measly $1,000 bail for the career criminal accused in the Waukesha parade massacre. Then Chisholm proceeded to make a litany of excuses. That’s the kind of weasel this highly partisan “progressive” DA, a Democrat, has long been. The day after Darrell E. Brooks allegedly mowed down…

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How States Can Help Americans Slandered By Reckless Media Get Justice In Court

After Kyle Rittenhouse’s acquittal, several commentators called for Rittenhouse to sue the many media figures who, for more than a year, falsely branded him a white supremacist and murderer. After all, it would seem fair that Rittenhouse, whose life was ravaged by biased media coverage, would be able to reap some measure of restitution now that he’s been acquitted. Our…

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Harvard Law Churns Out Lawyers To Fight Elections In Court Instead Of At The Polls

Before the Donald Trump-inspired challenges of the 2020 presidential election, Democrats and liberals alleged fraud and formally contested the results of the 2000, 2004, and 2016 Republican-won presidential elections. Those earlier challenges spurred the creation of a network of election litigators on the left — what J. Christian Adams, a conservative ex-Justice Department attorney pitted against them, calls a “linear…

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District Attorney’s Sorry Waukesha Excuses Plus Bad Bail Laws Are A Recipe For More Disaster In Wisconsin

Milwaukee District Attorney John Chisholm made sure to emphasize how seriously his office takes suspects’ pre-trial risk assessments during a county Board of Supervisor’s Judicial and Public Safety Committee meeting that was live-streamed on Thursday. The meeting focused on the Waukesha Christmas parade massacre and defendant Darrell Brooks Jr., who is accused of plowing his red Ford SUV through the…

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Pennsylvania Unions Ignore SCOTUS Ruling, Keep Forcing Teachers To Pay Dues

A Pennsylvania public school teacher who sued a teachers union for attempting to charge him dues despite no longer being a member entered into a settlement this fall that reaffirms the constitutional rights of government workers who do not want to subsidize political activism they do not support. Until recently, those rights had been subjugated to the commonwealth’s labor laws,…

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Kyle Rittenhouse Can’t Sue The Kenosha District Attorney’s Office, But He Should Be Able To

Watching Kyle Rittenhouse fall into his defense attorney’s arms after the jury read the “not guilty” verdict was an evocative moment. Watching a life get saved in real time is moving. That’s what we all witnessed — a kid’s life getting saved. Thanks to an impartial jury and a defense team that stood strong for his constitutional rights, Rittenhouse avoided…

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Here’s Why OSHA Has No Legal Power To Enforce A Vaccine Mandate

Where do matters stand now with President Joe Biden’s vaccination mandate? Its fate is uncertain. On November 12, 2021, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit stayed the effect of the OSHA mandate pending a final ruling on its validity. But all of the appeals have been consolidated in a different appellate court, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the…

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Leftists’ Reaction To The Rittenhouse Verdict Show Us Exactly What They Believe About Constitutional Rights

By now, it’s become obvious how far the media narrative of what happened to Kyle Rittenhouse diverged from the reality of what happened to Kyle Rittenhouse. What was clear from video footage released shortly after the incident became crystalline with witness testimony at the trial: Rittenhouse was pursued and attacked by the two men he killed, and the third pointed…

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Whistleblower Videos Capture Pennsylvania Election Officials Destroying Evidence

Several residents of Delaware County Pennsylvania filed a sprawling lawsuit Thursday against the former Secretary of State Kathy Boockvar, Delaware County, the Delaware County Board of Elections, and more than a dozen individual election officials. The lawsuit followed Wednesday’s night release of videotapes taken by a whistleblower capturing concerning behavior by several election officials in the Keystone state. A source…

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MSNBC’s History Of Doxxing Normal People Shadows Attempt To Follow Rittenhouse Jury

MSNBC is in some hot water after one of its producers reportedly got arrested while following the bus carrying the jury for the Kyle Rittenhouse trial and was suspected of trying to photograph them. The judge has since banned MSNBC from the courtroom for the rest of the trial. The man, who reportedly identified himself as James J. Morrison and…

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Racine County Sheriff Calls For Felony Charges Against Wisconsin Election Commissioners

On Wednesday afternoon, the Racine County Sheriff’s Office issued a press release announcing it had forwarded to the county district attorney recommended charges for election fraud against five members of the Wisconsin Election Commission, including two felony counts. The announcement followed last week’s 75-minute press conference by Sheriff Christopher Schmaling and lead investigator Sgt. Michael Luell. During that press conference,…

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Not Just A Migrant Crisis: Open Borders Mean A Surge In Deadly Fentanyl-Laced Pills

The family of Indianapolis Colts quarterback Sam Ehlinger recently revealed that their younger son, Jake, age 20, had died from an accidental fentanyl overdose in May. His family said he took a Xanax that had been laced with a deadly dose of fentanyl. “We pray that sharing Jake’s story will help shed light on this problem and prevent other families…

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House Judiciary Investigating How US Attorneys Acted On Garland’s Memo Targeting Parents

Republican representatives on the House Judiciary Committee penned letters to the 93 U.S. attorneys demanding they explain what actions they’ve taken against parents frustrated with school boards following a memo from Attorney General Merrick Garland which authorized federal law enforcement to step in on the request of the National School Boards Association. “Concerned parents voicing their strong opposition to controversial…

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The Wisconsin Supreme Court Must Strike Down Dane County’s Mask Mandate Right Now

MADISON, Wis. — Surprise, surprise. Dane County, home to Wisconsin’s capital city of Madison, once again extended its indoor mask mandate on Monday until Nov. 27, meaning one thing we aren’t allowed to be grateful for this Thanksgiving is the freedom to breathe fresh air. The order — which the unelected bureaucrats at the county health department first handed down…

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