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Monday, September 27, 2021

An Update On Laura Loomer’s Supreme Court Anti-Trust Big-Tech Lawsuit

Laura Loomer Posted On March 15, 2021 As many of you know, in 2018 alongside Freedom Watch and Larry Klayman, the founder of Judicial Watch, I filed an Anti-Trust lawsuit against the Big Tech Giants Google, Apple, Facebook and Twitter. The Supreme Court is now considering hearing my landmark free speech lawsuit against these tech…

EXCLUSIVE: The Flaws and Loopholes in Florida’s Proposed Big Tech Legislation

There’s a trend spreading in state legislatures around the nation to combat Big Tech Censorship. And it all started with “Loomer’s Law” that was originally proposed in the Florida House of Representatives by Florida GOP Chairman and Florida State Senator Joe Gruters in 2020. The original legislation was also strongly supported by FL State Representatives…

Reporter Dodges Jail Time After Being Arrested While Covering BLM Protest

A jury acquitted an Iowa reporter of charges she received after police arrested her as she covered a Black Lives Matter protest in May 2020. Andrea Sahouri, a reporter for the Des Moines Register, was charged with failure to disperse and interference with official acts, both misdemeanors. Acquitted. (Photo credit: Ted Nieters/Polaris Images) pic.twitter.com/sUkjJHQ4gg —…

Supreme Court Sides with Christian Student Barred from Sharing Faith at Georgia Gwinnett College

The U.S. Supreme Court has ruled 8-1 in favor of a Christian student who was barred from sharing his faith at Georgia Gwinnett College in 2016. In January, the Supreme Court heard oral arguments in the free speech case involving Christian student Chike Uzuegbunam, who sued school officials after being prevented from speaking about his faith or…

WATCH: Jim Jordan Schools Democrat on Religion and LGBTQ ‘Equality Act’

Rep. Jim Jordan (R-OH) noted Thursday on the floor of the U.S. House of Representatives that the Equality Act, which would prohibit discrimination on the basis of sexuality and gender identity, specifically disallows religious exemptions. Jordan was responding to a speech by Rep. Sean Maloney (D-NY), who accused Republicans of using freedom of religion as…

Kentucky AG: Closing Religious Schools Violates First Amendment, ‘We’re Ready’ to Send Lawsuit to...

On Monday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” Kentucky Attorney General Daniel Cameron (R) stated that he will send his lawsuit arguing that Kentucky Gov. Andy Beshear’s (D) school closures violate the First Amendment because they have closed down religious schools to the Supreme Court. Cameron said that the governor has “repeatedly”…

Keith Ellison Wields Power to Restrict Freedom of Assembly of Political Opponents at Minnesota...

The venue for President Donald Trump’s political rally in Minnesota scheduled for Friday will be restricted to only 250 people after Minnesota Attorney General Keith Ellison put pressure on the business owners of multiple locations. The rally was initially planned at the Rochester airport, but Ellison’s office demanded a “COVID preparedness plan” from officials from…

‘Rank Religious Bigotry’: Black Church Leaders Defend Amy Coney Barrett

September 25, 2020 7:04 PM ET Black religious leaders rallied Friday to defend reported Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett against criticisms of her Catholic faith. “We do not know whether she will be nominated for a seat on the Supreme Court of the United States, for which she is by all reports under consideration,”…

DC Mayor Let Activists Paint ‘Defund The Police,’ But Cops Arrested Pro-Lifers For Chalk...

August 05, 2020 9:29 PM ET Disparity in action taken by DC law enforcement over Black Lives Matter demonstrations smacks of “viewpoint discrimination,” according to a First Amendment expert.  The Daily Caller News Foundation spoke with a number of First Amendment experts regarding the arrest of two pro-life activists after DC Mayor Muriel Bowser allowed…

What should one do with fake news journalists? – a critical view

PJ Media is one of a very few truly excellent independent news and opinion outlets. Recently they ran a piece entitled “Should Journalists Go to Jail for Spreading Russia Lies?” The writer puts forward the title question in a very straightforward way with the first instinctual answer being “no.” However, the author goes on to…
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