In a stunning reversal today, the Second Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the rights of pro-life advocates to peacefully protest outside of a Queens, New York, abortion facility. The New York Attorney General’s office, under three consecutive attorneys general, falsely charged a group of peaceful pro-life supporters with making threats and harassmentContinue Reading

The California Third District Court of Appeals ruled 3-0 that a 2017 state law requiring employees at long-term care facilities to use patients’ “preferred” pronouns violates First Amendment free speech rights. Taking Offense, an unincorporated association, filed the lawsuit challenging part of California’s Health and Safety Code that requires health facility employeesContinue Reading

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U.S. Court of Appeals for the 9th Circuit ruled that a Seattle-area church properly challenged the state’s abortion coverage mandate and that a lower court was wrong to dismiss the church’s free-exercise claim. The 9th Circuit recognized that Cedar Park Church, represented by Alliance Defending Freedom attorneys, suffered an injuryContinue 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

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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

Australia’s acting Prime Minister has condemned Twitter’s decision to permanently suspend President Donald Trump’s account in the wake of the riots at the Capitol on the sixth. Michael McCormack, who is standing in while Scott Morrison is on leave, described the President’s suspension as “censorship,” and called his refusal toContinue Reading

In response to President Trump’s social media ban, the Polish government wants to protect posts that do not break nation’s laws. Many officials denounced the bans and are working on a draft law officially aimed at combatting online “censorship.” “The censorship of freedom of speech, the domain of totalitarian and authoritarianContinue Reading

The Supreme Court on Friday night turned down a request by a Nevada church for permission to hold services on the same terms that other facilities in the state, including casinos, are allowed to hold gatherings during the COVID-19 pandemic. Chief Justice John Roberts joined the court’s liberal justices in denying theContinue Reading

Alliance Defending Freedom sent a letter Wednesday to Florida State University administrators appealing the student senate’s decision to remove him from his seat as president of the FSU Student Government Association student senate for sharing his personal beliefs with other students. In a private text conversation with fellow Catholic students, Jack DentonContinue Reading

New guidelines to regulate the film content have been issued by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP), which concerns Catholic directors who fear that programs teaching the Christian faith will be erased. According to UCA News, the National Administration of Radio and Television has banned filming 20 categories of content includingContinue Reading

An all-star list of 150 academics, writers and activists, particular on the liberal side of the American political aisle, such as J.K. Rowling, Salman Rushdie and Margaret Atwood, signed an open letter denouncing the “restriction of debate,” essentially attacking cancel culture. Our cultural institutions are facing a moment of trial.Continue Reading

The bizarre world of protests, riots and rallies added another bizarre chapter as Gary Wicks, a DC real-estate agent was caught on video calling Black police officers the N-Word,claiming victim status, because protests over the George Floyd killing disrupted their business. The officers were at 16th and L streets Northwest earlierContinue Reading

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Celebrities join the call for a North Carolina university professor, Mike Adams, to be fired for referring to the state’s governor “Massa Cooper” on Twitter. Adams, a sociology and criminology professor at University of North Carolina Wilmington, tweeted in late May as he dined with six men at a six-seat tableContinue Reading

The Seattle Police Department vacated its East Precinct building and of activists and protesters established the police-free “Capitol Hill Autonomous Zone,” nicknamed CHAZ. Chief Carmen Best told reporters yesterday that it was not her decision to abandon the precinct. “We were asked to do an operational plan in case weContinue Reading

A UCF professor is being denounced by the university and investigate for tweeting a racially charged statement, which included that “black privilege is real” and “shielded from legitimate criticism is a privilege. But as a group, they’re missing out on much needed feedback.” Charles Negy, an associate professor in theContinue Reading

LinkedIn’s CEO Ryan Roslansky  apologized to staff after anonymous employees made “appalling comments” about racism and diversity during a company wide meeting. “We are not and will not be a company or platform where racism or hateful speech is allowed,” Roslansky wrote in an email to staff that was alsoContinue Reading

Liberty Counsel filed a motion for summary judgment asking a federal court to permanently block the city of Tampa’s ordinance which violates the First Amendment by prohibiting licensed counselors from providing voluntary talk therapy to minors seeking help to reduce or eliminate their unwanted same-sex attractions, behaviors, or identity. The ordinance imposes significantContinue Reading

City Councilwoman Darden Rice of St. Petersburg, Florida, will introduce this coming Thursday a proposed ordinance before the St. Petersburg City Council to abolish super PACs and to prohibit spending by foreign-influenced corporations in city elections.  The proposed ordinance is the first of its kind in the nation. “This proposedContinue Reading