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Texas Judge Blocks Biden Federal Workers Vax Mandate

(Mark Pellin, Headline USA) In a blow against medical tyranny, a Trump-appointed federal judge in Texas blocked President Joe Biden's mandate for federal workers to be vaccinated against COVID-19. The monarchial mandate far exceed the president’s authority, wrote Judge Jeffrey Brown, in another blow to Biden’s longing to decree that everyone...

Jury Selection Proceeds for Avenatti–Stormy Daniels Trial

(Headline USA) Michael Avenatti, the once high-profile California attorney who regularly taunted then-President Donald Trump during frequent television appearances on leftist media looking for dirt to tarnish Republicans, was introduced to prospective jurors who will decide whether he cheated porn star Stormy Daniels out of book-deal proceeds. Jury selection hit...

9th Circuit Rules Calif. Violated 2nd Amendment By Closing Gun Stores

(Headline USA)  The 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled this week that two California counties violated the Second Amendment by forcibly shutting down gun and ammunition stores during the first few months of the COVID-19 pandemic. The court said in its opinion that California officials in Los Angeles and...

Judges Didn’t Consider ‘Wisdom’ of Deporting Novak Djokovic

(Headline USA) Three Australian Federal Court judges on Thursday revealed their reasons for backing a government order to deport tennis star Novak Djokovic, explaining they did not consider the “merits or wisdom of the decision.” The judges on Sunday unanimously endorsed Immigration Minister Alex Hawke’s decision to deport the 34-year-old...

Supreme Court Allows Jan. 6 Committee to Demand Trump Documents

(Headline USA) The Supreme Court is allowing the release of presidential documents sought by the congressional committee investigating the Jan. 6 uprising. The justices on Wednesday rejected a bid by former President Donald Trump to withhold documents from the highly partisan committee until the issue is finally resolved by the...

SCOTUS Set to Hear Case on Boston’s Christian Flag Censorship

(Joshua Paladino, Headline USA) The Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments in Shurtleff v. City of Boston, a case in which the Boston City Hall refused to fly a Christian flag outside its building, despite having flown a rainbow LGBTQ flag during Boston Pride Month, Conservative Brief reported. Boston city...

June Sentence Set for Ghislaine Maxwell in Sex Traffic Case

(Headline USA) A late-June sentencing date was set Friday for British socialite Ghislaine Maxwell after her conviction last month on charges including sex trafficking and conspiracy relating to the recruitment of teenage girls for financier Jeffrey Epstein to sexually abuse. U.S. District Judge Alison J. Nathan announced the June 28...

Nude Baby on Nirvana’s ‘Nevermind’ Refiles Dismissed Lawsuit

(Headline USA) The man who as a 4-month-old appeared nude on the 1991 cover of Nirvana's album Nevermind on Thursday filed a new version of his lawsuit alleging the image is child pornography. Federal Judge Fernando M. Olguin had dismissed Spencer Elden's lawsuit on Jan. 4 after a missed deadline,...

Supreme Court Torches Biden’s Despotic Vax Dictum

(Headline USA) In a victory for individual liberty and reasonable governance, the Supreme Court has stopped the Biden administration from forcing employees at large businesses to be vaccinated, often against their choice, for COVID-19 or to undergo weekly testing and wear a mask on the job. At the same time, the...

Ala. Woman Who Joined ISIS Stuck in Refugee Camp After SCOTUS Refuses Case

(Headline USA) Attorneys for a traitor who left her Alabama home to join the Islamic State terror group plan to continue fighting, even though the Supreme Court declined to consider her lawsuit seeking to re-enter the United States, one of the lawyers said Wednesday. Hoda Muthana and her 4-year-old child---the...

Obama Judge Again Rejects La. Pastor’s Case for Religious Freedom During Lockdowns

(Headline USA) A Louisiana pastor’s lawsuit over Gov. John Bel Edwards’s past COVID-19 restrictions on public gatherings was rejected for a second time Wednesday by a federal judge. Obama-appointed U.S. District Judge Brian Jackson in Baton Rouge said the lawsuit by Tony Spell seeking an order blocking the restrictions is...

Pa. Senate’s Probe of 2020 Vote Fraud Scores Big Court Win

The Pennsylvania Commonwealth Court ruled on Jan. 11 that state Attorney General Josh Shapiro and fellow Democrats in the General Assembly cannot block the Republican majority on the Senate Intergovernmental Operations Committee from reviewing voter information. Republicans on the Senate committee subpoenaed the Pennsylvania Department of State for access to...

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