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BREAKING: Supreme Court Blocks Biden Admin’s Private Sector OSHA Vaccine Mandate

The U.S. Supreme Court blocked the Biden administration’s vaccine mandate demanding private companies require the COVID-19 shot on Thursday, saving 84 million workers from what some justices dubbed an “unconstitutional” overreach of power by the federal government. Biden first directed the Occupational Safety and Health Administration to create a rule forcing private businesses with 100 or more employees to get…

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Why The Supreme Court Should Slap Down Biden’s Utterly Lawless Vaccine Demands

In September 2021, President Joe Biden directed the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to order employers to implement a vaccination mandate regimen for every business with 100 or more employees, with narrowly limited exemptions. OSHA issued an Emergency Temporary Standard two months later. Numerous states, employers, and organizations (including the Heritage Foundation, where I work) immediately filed multiple lawsuits,…

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SCOTUS Keeps Texas Heartbeat Law Alive, But Roberts Joins Court’s Left-Wing In Foreshadowing Pro-Abortion Dissent

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled on Friday that abortion facilities in Texas may sue certain officials in the Lone Star State over its recently enacted “heartbeat law,” which went into effect on Sept. 1 and bans killing unborn babies past six weeks gestation. In a largely procedural decision, the court determined that Texas abortion providers can take legal action in…

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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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Pro-Lifers Pray For Mothers And Babies, Demonstrate Humanity Of The Unborn Outside Supreme Court

Americans from all walks of life stood outside the U.S. Supreme Court Wednesday during the oral arguments in a major case about the constitutionality of Supreme Court doctrine forcing all states to allow the destruction of human life inside a mother’s womb. Here are some pictures and comments from the event. The mood among the pro-life crowd was exited and…

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Abortion Activists Chant, Grin While Taking Baby-Killing Pills On Supreme Court Steps

Pro-abortion activists gleefully took “abortion pills” in front of the U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday, as the court heard oral arguments in the case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, which could result in an overturn of Roe v. Wade. Three women, reportedly from Shout Your Abortion, could be seen in a video dressed in all black with a giant…

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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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A Shift In Constitutional Interpretation Could Be What Overturns Anti-Gun Laws

In a current case before the U.S. Supreme Court, New York State Rifle & Pistol Association v. Bruen, gun owners are challenging New York’s “proper cause law” for concealed-carry permits. Whereas the Second Amendment guarantees an individual’s right to “keep and bear arms,” New York prohibits the bearing of firearms without a license, granted on a “may issue” basis at the…

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6 Things We Just Learned About The Supreme Court’s Gun Rights Case

Last week the U.S. Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the first gun rights case to reach the high court in more than a decade. The case, New York State Rifle and Pistol Assoc. v. Bruen, concerns the constitutionality of New York’s law banning the carrying of handguns outside the home for self-defense, absent a license—something the state will only…

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No, Women Don’t Need To Kill Their Own Children To Pursue A Career

The late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg once said, “[W]hat greater defeat could we suffer than to come to resemble the forces we oppose in their disrespect for human dignity?” Well, in a friend-of-the-court brief recently filed in the upcoming Supreme Court abortion case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a coalition of organizations of women lawyers announced, “Mississippi’s claim that women…

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Federal Court Expected To Address Constitutionality Of Vaccine Mandates In Puerto Rico Case

On Tuesday, a federal court in Puerto Rico will hear arguments on the constitutionality of the territory’s vaccine mandate for public employees. The case, Rodriguez Velez et. al. v. Pierluisi-Urrutia, represents the first time a federal court will weigh in on the constitutionality of a government mandate. And while the outcome of tomorrow’s hearing will have no precedential authority, an…

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Joe Biden’s Vaccine Mandate Is Blatantly Unconstitutional

In one of the most overtly authoritarian orders imposed by a president in decades, Joe Biden issued a sweeping series of vaccine mandates on September 9, a move that could affect as many 100 million Americans. Under Biden’s rules, federal employees, employees of federal contractors, and Americans employed by a health-care facility receiving Medicare or Medicaid funding will all be required…

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The Supreme Court Needs To Stop Unelected Bureaucrats From Making Up Laws

A new Supreme Court brings new hope to reeling in unchecked federal power. For the last few decades, the Supreme Court has allowed Congress to delegate unchecked power to unelected agency officials, who are mainly part of the executive branch. The executive branch has thus legislated through unelected officials and latched onto powers not granted to them via the Constitution.…

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This Dissent Over Mask Mandates Explains Why Tyranny Wins When Judges Won’t Act

Another day, another “masks required” sign on a business in Dane County, Wisconsin, thanks to a sweeping mask mandate handed down from the unelected health bureaucrats on high — and now thanks also to the Wisconsin Supreme Court, which just refused to do anything about it. Despite the seven-day death average for the county remaining steady at zero since the…

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The Texas Heartbeat Bill Will Protect The Unborn, But Damage Our Justice System

Texas is the latest state to test the limits of federal abortion jurisprudence by passing the Texas Heartbeat Act, a law severely limiting abortions there. It is part of a trend — a Louisiana abortion law was struck down by the Supreme Court in 2019 and a Mississippi law to ban most abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy is on…

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Renters Must Go Back To Paying Their Bills After Supreme Court Ends Biden’s Unconstitutional Squatter Protections

The U.S. Supreme Court struck down President Joe Biden’s moratorium on residential evictions on Thursday, ruling the ban could only be extended by an act of Congress. The final ruling was 6-3, with all three Democrat-appointed justices dissenting. “It would be one thing if Congress had specifically authorized the action that the CDC has taken,” the ruling read. “But that…

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Conservatives Agree Big Tech Is A Problem, But Split On The Right Solution

The growing tenor on the right is that Big Tech needs to be held accountable for its censorship of conservative and religious viewpoints. Censorship is not the only issue. Conservatives are increasingly recognizing other harms caused by Big Tech, including our children’s declining mental health, the violent crimes of sex trafficking and online child exploitation, and barriers to free-market competition.…

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The Supreme Court’s Bostock Ruling Opened A Can Of Worms For Title IX And Girls’ Sports

Several months ago, Chelsea Mitchell, an award-winning athlete from Connecticut, wrote a powerful letter in which she expressed the difficulties and struggles that she endured when having to compete in track-and-field events against boys. Mitchell lost numerous state championship titles, as well as other opportunities. Sadly, Mitchell is not the only athlete who has been unfairly disadvantaged and hurt by …

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Supreme Court Sides With Profanity-Spewing Pennsylvania Cheerleader In Free-Speech Case

The U.S. Supreme Court ruled in favor of Pennsylvania cheerleader Brandi Levy in a case that addressed public schools’ ability to penalize students for off-campus speech. The 8-1 ruling held that the school’s interest in regulating student speech did not extend to Levy’s free expression, and further that public schools must have a “heavy burden to justify intervention.” Levy, who…

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