The Eighth Judicial Circuit Court has granted a temporary injunction that prevents the city of Gainesville from forcing government employees to get the COVID shots. A lawsuit was filed by Jeff Childers Law, LLC, on behalf of many employees and contractors against Gainesville on August 26 after city officials imposed a shot mandate. TheContinue Reading

A Texas mom criticized her local school district about a book in the district’s middle school libraries that described graphic sex, snapping, “I do not want my children to learn about anal sex in middle school.” Kara Bell spoke before the Lake Travis Independent School District on September 15 andContinue Reading

The mayor of Hudson, Ohio, is calling for the resignation of the entire Board of Education after high school seniors were assigned a controversial book with writing assignments that asked them to describe sexual experiences, to pretend they were a serial killer and to describe the taste of beer. “ItContinue Reading

Flights of Afghan refugees to the US were paused Friday after four cases of measles were discovered among Afghans who had recently arrived in the country. The White House said the halt was recommended by the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention after the four measles cases were diagnosed. NEWS TALKContinue Reading

American senator Elizabeth Warren has accused Amazon of “peddling misinformation about Covid-19 vaccines and treatments” through its search algorithms, promoting a book called “the most influential spreader of coronavirus misinformation online” by media outlets. “I write regarding concerns that Amazon is peddling misinformation about COVID-19 vaccines and treatments through its searchContinue Reading

Edgar Hurtado-Ramirez (52, Mexico) today pleaded guilty to conspiring to launder monetary instruments and engage in monetary transactions in property derived from specified unlawful activity. Hurtado-Ramirez faces a maximum penalty of 20 years in federal prison. A sentencing date has not yet been set. According to the plea agreement, Hurtado-RamirezContinue Reading

The Satanic Temple joined the fight against the Texas abortion law, objecting on religious grounds. “Consistent with our tenets that call for bodily autonomy and acting in accordance with best scientific evidence, The Satanic Temple, based in Salem, religiously objects to many of the restrictions that states have enacted thatContinue Reading

Commander of U.S. Central Command Gen. Frank McKenzie announced Thursday night local time that 12 U.S. service members were killed and 15 were wounded in attacks led by two suicide bombers and gunmen outside the Kabul International Airport and a nearby hotel earlier in the day. On Wednesday, the U.S. embassy atContinue Reading

The University of Wisconsin removed a 42-ton boulder from its Madison campus Friday after complaints from students who labeled the rock a symbol of racism. Chamberlin Rock, which had sat on Observatory Point since 1925, was named after Thomas Chamberlin, a geologist and former university president who served from 1887 toContinue Reading

Team USA’s Gwen Berry vows to repeat her protest as she advanced to Tuesday’s finals in the women’s hammer throw. When asked what she might do on the podium if she wins a medal. “I haven’t given it much thought because it’s easy,” she said. “I’m going to represent, and that’sContinue Reading

Here’s the latest example of the LGBTQ community infusing sexuality to children’s programming, using Muppet Babies to retcon a key character: Gonzo is now transgender. Disney Junior aired the new animated Muppet Babies reboot episode called “Gonzo-rella,” revealing Gonzo wants to dress up like a princess because the gang is playingContinue Reading

Adding politics to the perennial PBS favorite show Arthur may have contributed to its end as the show’s executive producer confirmed the show will end with the 25th seasson. “In the winter of 2022, the 25th and final season of Arthur will debut,” EP Carol Greenwald tells IGN via email. “Arthur will continue to beContinue Reading

Senate Minority Leader Mitch McConnell warned unvaccinated Americans that the entire country could be locked down again as early as this fall if they don’t get their COVID vaccine. “These shots need to get in everybody’s arm as rapidly as possible, or we’re going to be back in a situationContinue Reading

California is paying off residents’ past due rent during the COVID-19 pandemic as Gov. Gavin Newsom announced the news of the federal funds allocation. Newsom’s senior counselor on housing and homelessness, Jason Elliott, confirmed that $5.2 billion in funds from Congressionally-approved aid packages will be used as only $32 million outContinue Reading

Opponents have been quick to sue and attack the Florida voting law. Below is the full press release from the SPLC as we highlight and fact check some points. FACT: Florida Senate Bill 90 limits use of drop boxes to a county’s early voting hours of operation, requires drop boxesContinue Reading

Louisiana legislators overwhelmingly passed “The Abortion Pill Reversal Disclosure Act,” requiring medical staff to inform women taking the abortion pill that the drug-induced effort to terminate a pregnancy could be reversed and the baby’s life saved. The legislation now goes to Governor John Bel Edwards, a Democrat who opposes abortion andContinue Reading

Michael Malice is already a successful author, but the meteoric rise of his latest work, “The Anarchist Handbook,” has shocked everyone, including Malice himself. “I have no understanding or hypothesis,” Malice confesses during his interview on the latest Tom Woods podcast, speaking the book’s placement in Amazon’s overall top tenContinue Reading

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Florida State University has agreed to settle a lawsuit after the school and its student senate unconstitutionally retaliated last year against Student Senate President Jack Denton for sharing his personal religious beliefs with other students. The school has also agreed to issue a public statement affirming that student government isContinue Reading

Governor Ron DeSantis signed an unprecedented bill yesterday, which will allow Floridians who are treated unfairly by Big Tech platforms to have the right to sue these companies and win monetary damages. SB 7072, effective July 1, 2021, is the first bill of its kind in the United States. ItContinue Reading

The Supreme Court announced on Monday that it will hear Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization, a challenge to a Mississippi law that prohibits nearly all abortions after the 15th week of pregnancy. While pro-life groups praise the move, leftists and members of the press are outraged, fearful that Roe v.Continue Reading