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A federal judge blocked a California law meant to protect children online by requiring businesses verify users' ages.

Federal judge blocks California law to protect children online, cites 1st Amdt

On Sept. 18, a federal judge temporarily blocked a new California law meant to protect children on the internet. The California Age-Appropriate Design Code Act (CAADCA) unanimously passed California Legislature last September, and is set to go into effect next summer. The law restricts businesses and Big Tech platforms’ ability to collect data on anyone…

GOP donor Anton Lazzaro sentenced to 21 years for sex trafficking minors in Minnesota

A formerly well-connected GOP donor convicted of giving teenage girls gifts, alcohol and money in exchange for sex was sentenced Wednesday to 21 years in prison on sex trafficking charges. Anton “Tony” Lazzaro was found guilty in March by a federal jury of seven counts involving “commercial sex acts” with five girls ages 15 and 16 in 2020, when Lazzaro was 30.

An investor is suing Target over its LGBTQ clothing scandal that led to a boycott and $15 billion drop in the company’s value.

Investor sues Target over Pride clothing controversy that led to boycott

An investor is suing Target over its LGBTQ Pride merchandise controversy that led to a $15 billion drop in the company’s market value. The shareholder wants to recoup losses over the company’s so-called woke decision-making. It started in June during Pride month when the retailer displayed LGBTQ-friendly clothing for all ages, including “tuck-friendly” women’s swimsuits for…

Democrats See Michigan, Minnesota as Guides for What to Do With Majority Power

Fueled by election gains, Democrats in Minnesota and Michigan this year enacted far-reaching policy changes that party leaders in other states are looking to as a potential roadmap for what they could swiftly achieve with similar control.

Illegal Alien from Cuba Who Beheaded Girlfriend in Minnesota Conviction Overturned, Found Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity – The Michigan Star

A judge ruled Alexis Saborit was motivated by paranoid delusions that prevented him from understanding that murdering America Thayer was morally wrong.

New York City agreed to pay more than $13 million to settle a civil rights lawsuit on behalf of those arrested during George Floyd protests.

NYC becomes latest city to pay millions to George Floyd protesters

New York City has agreed to pay more than $13 million to settle a civil rights lawsuit on behalf of approximately 1,300 people who were arrested, sometimes forcefully, during demonstrations that followed the murder of George Floyd in 2020. This is the latest occurrence of racial injustice protesters in big cities receiving historic payouts. In…

Minnesota mayor faces pressure to resign or meet LGBTQ+ group’s demands after his comments on Pride

Members of an LGBTQ+ group are calling on the mayor of a southern Minnesota city to meet their demands — or resign — after he asked pastors at a church holding a Pride event if there would be stripper poles in the sanctuary and posted a public prayer alluding to “sin and brokenness” at the event.

Minnesota AG Keith Ellison Compares Clarence Thomas to Pro-Slavery Slave and Villain in ‘Django Unchained’

Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison, a Democrat, went on a racially charged rant comparing Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas to the iconic house slave character in Quentin Tarantino’s 2012 film “Django Unchained.”

AP explains court ruling siding with Amish families who balked at Minnesota septic tank rules

A long-running religious freedom case has come full circle, with court ruling this week that a deeply conservative Amish community in Minnesota cannot be threatened with the loss of homes if its members don’t install septic systems to dispose of their bath, laundry and dish water.

Report: Analysis of Minnesota Death Certificate Data Shows CDC Repeatedly Removed COVID Vax as a Cause of Death

An analysis of death certificates in Minnesota has found that the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) repeatedly omitted the COVID vaccine as a potential cause of death in its classification data. A source provided the Brownstone Institute with the death certificates for all deaths that occurred in Minnesota from 2015 to the present.

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