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The U.S. Treasury Department is warning Congress certain "anti-woke" state laws could be putting national security at risk. Here's how.

Treasury warns ‘anti-woke’ laws endanger national security

The U.S. Treasury Department is warning certain “anti-woke” state laws are a national security risk. The Treasury Department said state laws restricting banks from considering environmental, social and governance factors could negatively impact efforts to stop money laundering and terrorism financing. According to The Associated Press, in a letter sent to lawmakers Thursday, July 18, the…

The United States Supreme Court is broken, and Americans must either repair and reform it or else rebuild it entirely.

America must fix its broken Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court was envisioned by America’s founding fathers as an independent judiciary separate from the political world, designed as a fair arbiter of the law. But the 6-3 conservative majority of today’s Supreme Court has issued a number of impactful, partisan and unpopular opinions on everything from abortion access to presidential power, triggering…

A poll from Newsweek found that about 51% of respondents would support using the 25th Amendment to remove Biden from office.

Biden health concerns lead to 25th Amdt talk, lawmakers’ questions for WH staff

According to a new poll conducted for Newsweek, a majority of Americans, 51% of respondents, express openness to invoking the 25th Amendment to remove President Joe Biden from office, should his Cabinet deem it necessary. This sentiment extends beyond political opponents to include 41% of voters who supported Biden in the 2020 election. The controversy…

The city of Lakeland, Tennessee, has been ordered to pay a resident over $31,000 due to a controversial political sign displayed in her yard.

Court rules woman’s ‘obscene’ political yard sign is protected free speech

A judge ordered the city of Lakeland, Tennessee, to pay a resident more than $31,000 in connection with a contentious political sign displayed in her yard. The sign read, “F— ‘EM BOTH 2024,” signaling that the resident, Julie Pereira, does not support President Joe Biden or former President Donald Trump. “I’m just trying to exercise…

Pennsylvania middle school students set up more than 20 fake teacher TikTok accounts.

Middle schoolers suspended for foul impersonations of teachers on TikTok

A Pennsylvania middle school is drawing national attention over students’ First Amendment right to freedom of speech. Middle school students in Chester County set up nearly two dozen fake TikTok accounts to impersonate teachers. The New York Times, which first reported on the accounts, said a group of eighth graders in the Great Valley School…

Parenting influencers who feature their children in videos now must pay their kids under a new first-of-its-kind law in Illinois.

Parenting influencers must now pay their kids shown in videos under Illinois law

Parenting influencers known as “mom-fluencers,” “sharenting creators” and “family vloggers” are now on notice in the state of Illinois. These social media moms and dads who feature their children in videos in which they make money now must pay their kids under a new law that went into effect on Monday, July 1. Under the…

Concerns are growing over the uptick in gambling addiction for U.S. military service members and veterans. Here's what you need to know.

Growing concerns over gambling addiction in the military

Concerns over gambling addiction in the military are in spotlight as an Army veteran prepares to release a book about his experience with gambling. Former Army Sgt. David Yeager said his addiction started on a military base in South Korea at slot machines run by the Defense Department and quickly turned into an “obsession.” Yeager…

The recent Supreme Court decision in the Murthy v. Missouri case undermines Americans' right to free speech.

SCOTUS’ Murthy v. Missouri ruling will live in infamy

On June 26, the U.S. Supreme Court sided with the federal government in the Murthy v. Missouri case regarding official communications between the government and social media platforms. In a 6-3 decision written by Justice Amy Coney Barrett, the court stated that the plaintiffs did not have the legal standing to seek an injunction against…

The justices ruled that the lower courts had failed to conduct a proper analysis of the First Amendment challenges to the laws.

SCOTUS sends Texas, Florida social media laws back to lower courts

The Supreme Court sent two cases that could forever change how social media companies moderate content back to the lower courts on Monday, July 1. Florida and Texas passed what they described as anti-censorship laws in 2021 in response to what their state governments said was an anti-conservative bias from social media platforms.   The justices unanimously…

Rep. Chip Roy plans to propose a resolution for Vice President Harris to replace President Biden due to his poor debate performance.

Chip Roy says he’ll call on Harris to remove Biden under 25th Amendment

Rep. Chip Roy, R-Texas, plans to propose a resolution for Vice President Kamala Harris to replace President Joe Biden due to his poor debate performance. The resolution urges Harris to invoke the 25th Amendment, allowing her to declare Biden unfit and assume the presidency. Roy’s resolution calls for immediate action from Harris to convene the…

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