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  • March 03, 2021
    Chad Groening

    Ruling: Millions of AZ ballots can undergo audit

    voter casting a ballotIn what's likely to be good news for those concerned about election integrity, a judge in Arizona has ruled that the State Senate has the right to audit more than two-million ballots from the 2020 presidential election.

  • March 02, 2021
    Steve Jordahl

    High court could resolve First Amendment freedom during lockdown

    gavel with SCOTUS in backgroundA pair of Chicago church congregations are fighting to hold unrestricted church services while enduring dirty politics by their own mayor, and now the U.S. Supreme Court is being asked to review their appeal.

  • March 02, 2021
    Chris Woodward, Chad Groening

    SCOTUS hearing a 'twofer' on election integrity

    U.S. Supreme CourtThe U.S. Supreme Court is hearing arguments today in two cases involving election integrity in Arizona – and they have nothing to do with the most recent presidential election.

  • March 01, 2021
    Bob Kellogg

    Christian school calls off legal challenge

    God and government (gavel, Bible, Constitution)A small Christian school in Oregon has withdrawn its lawsuit against the state now that Governor Katherine Brown (D) has relented and allowed it to reopen for in-person classes.

  • February 26, 2021
    Bob Kellogg

    FIRE adding to its faculty-assistance arsenal

    YAF free speech signA nonpartisan organization that defends the rights of students and faculty on America's college campuses is expanding its mission to include free legal representation for faculty whose free-speech rights it says are increasingly being violated.

  • February 25, 2021
    Chad Groening

    SCOTUS inaction gives green light to fraud

    mail-in ballot vote by mailBy choosing not to deal with serious questions of election fraud, a pro-family activist says the U.S. Supreme Court has given the green light for future fraud.

  • February 24, 2021
    Bob Kellogg

    How long will San Fran teachers ignore students' mental health?

    desks in high school classroomSan Francisco city leaders are suing their own public school district over the refusal to open classrooms during COVID-19 at the same time school-age children are struggling with mental issues.

  • February 24, 2021
    Chris Woodward

    The case for confidentiality

    green donate button on keyboardAt least two law firms maintain that Americans should be free to support causes without fear of harassment.

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