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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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Injury, Infertility, And Death From Chemical Abortions Are A-OK With The FDA

Big changes are coming in abortion law as the Supreme Court contemplates the many flaws of Roe v. Wade in the context of Mississippi’s limit on abortion at almost four months of pregnancy and beyond. Roe could go or be significantly weakened, returning the issue of abortion to the states where people could have a voice and a vote. But Corporate Abortion…

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The Federalist Staff Present: An Hour Of 2022 Predictions

The Federalist staff joined Ben Domenech on Fox News’s “The Ben Domenech Podcast” to share their predictions for the year 2022. Mollie Hemingway “Republicans will have an extremely good November, they will have a massive takeover of the House of Representatives, and they’re on pretty good footing in the Senate as well,” Senior Editor Mollie Hemingway said. “The failure of…

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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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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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New York Times Writer Fears Abortion Battle Will Lead To More Democracy

If Democrats are so sure that the legalities of abortion rights are firmly on their side, it’s a wonder that they’re relying so heavily on political and philosophical arguments to assert their case. The Supreme Court is expected to issue another decision on abortion laws and leftists are understandably nervous given the ideological makeup of the bench. But rather than…

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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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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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‘Don’t Ever Forget To Love,’ And Other Lessons From 30 Years Of Praying At Abortion Facilities

I have been going to abortion facilities to pray for 30 years. I have watched as “safe and rare” has turned into “abortion at any time for any reason.” I have witnessed the hardening of hearts, which I believe can often be attributed to the silent suffering of those who have experienced abortion. We are told abortion is “women’s health,”…

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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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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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Democrats Make War On Religious Institutions Just In Time For The Holidays

As families across the country gather for important religious holidays like Christmas and Hanukkah, Democrats continue to attack religious liberty. By forcing all faiths to confirm to progressives’ new “woke” religion, lawmakers find themselves out of step with both the courts and the millions of families who rely on faith-based groups for critically important services. The week before Thanksgiving, the…

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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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What To Do When Election Officials Keep Ignoring Voting Laws

Earlier this month, Fairfax County, Virginia — a locale that broke 70-30 for President Joe Biden and Democrat Sen. Mark Warner in 2020 — previewed the attacks on election integrity likely planned for the midterm cycle of 2022 and beyond. There, election officials in the deep-blue county approved absentee and mail-in ballot applications lacking the statutorily mandated last four digits…

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Officials Say Madison, Wis. Likely Has COVID Herd Immunity But Everyone Still Has To Wear Masks

Dane County, Wisconsin residents had our fears and suspicions confirmed on Monday: The mask mandate is never going to end. Janel Heinrich, a bureaucrat in the Madison and Dane County health department, first issued the order in August. Then she renewed it in September. After the Wisconsin Supreme Court refused to strike it down last month, she’s going for round…

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Andrew Cuomo’s Replacement Is Just As Feckless As He Was

Upon New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s resignation after a bombshell sexual harassment report, there was palpable applause in the conservative world. It was time for the emperor to renounce his throne. But in Cuomo’s place has emerged a figure no more appealing. Former Lt. Gov. Kathy Hochul, who joined Cuomo’s team in 2014, is already pushing boundaries that ought to…

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