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Judge: School’s Eviction of Christian Ministry ‘Obviously Odious to the Constitution’

Wayne State University acted in a way "obviously odious to the Constitution" when it kicked InterVarsity Christian Fellowship off campus for only recruiting Christian leaders, a federal judge ruled on Monday. IVCF is a Christian campus ministry, and though they minister to non-Christians, they want their own leaders to be...

Mo. Supreme Court: Keep Radical St. Louis DA Off McCloskeys’ Case

The Missouri Supreme Court upheld a ruling from a lower court removing St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner from the case against Mark and Patricia McCloskey, a couple who made headlines after brandishing firearms to ward off a mob of marauding protesters who trespassed in their gated community and...

Wisconsin Cities Want Trump to Pay Legal Bills for Election Challenges Despite Fraud

(Headline USA) The cities of Green Bay, Kenosha and Racine are asking a federal judge to make former President Donald Trump pay more than $42,000 in legal fees in a case he brought challenging Wisconsin’s suspect presidential election results. The request for legal fees comes just days after Gov. Tony Evers...

Dominion: Ex-Michigan Lawmaker Must Retract Vote-Fraud Claims Or Face Lawsuit

Dominion Voting Systems released a statement demanding former Michigan state Sen. Patrick Colbeck “retract his claims” about the company’s alleged role in voter fraud in the 2020 presidential election. Dominion accused Colbeck of waging a “disinformation campaign” while touring the state giving presentations called “Case for MI Decertification,” during which...

Supreme Court Dismisses Case Over Trump and Twitter Critics

(Associated Press) The Supreme Court on Monday dismissed a case over former President Donald Trump's efforts to block critics from his personal Twitter account. The court said there was nothing left to the case after Trump was permanently suspended from Twitter and ended his presidential term in January. Twitter banned Trump two...

Publicly-Funded Christian Colleges SUED for Discrimination in LGBTQ+ Class-Action Suit

(Anne Stych, MinistryWatch.com) A class-action lawsuit filed March 29 against the U.S. Department of Education claims the agency was complicit in allowing “abuses and unsafe conditions” for thousands of LGBTQ+ students at publicly-funded religious colleges and universities. Twenty-five schools are specifically mentioned in the suit—including Liberty University, Baylor University, Bob...

Ga. Judge Dials Back Activists’ Demands in Lawsuit that Led to Massive Fraud

(Headline USA) A wide-ranging lawsuit filed more than two years ago and challenging the way Georgia's elections were run has been pared down by a judge who said this week that claims against the state's “exact match” voter registration requirement can move forward. When she narrowly lost the governor's race...

Va. Supreme Court OKs C’ville’s 4-Year Attempt to Remove Monuments

(Headline USA) Capping off a legal battle that caught the attention of the world following a 2017 riot, Virginia's highest court ruled Thursday that the city of Charlottesville can take down a pair of century-old Confederate monuments. The more-than four-year-long political dispute over the bronze statues of generals Robert E....

13 Attorneys General Sue Biden Admin over ‘No Tax Cuts’ Rule in Stimulus

(Associated Press) Attorneys general from 13 states sued President Joe Biden's administration on Wednesday over a rule in the federal stimulus that bars states from using relief money to offset tax cuts. The filing in U.S. District Court in Alabama asks judges to strike down the provision in the wide-ranging relief...

Parents Sue LA Schools, Teachers Union for Making Their Kids Depressed & Suicidal

A small group of parents are taking on the Los Angeles school system and demanding that the schools open their doors. Four sets of parents filed a personal injury lawsuit this week against the Los Angeles Unified School District, the United Teachers of Los Angeles and UTLA President Cecily--Myart Cruz. The...

GOP Sen.: Biden Hypocritical on Asian-Americans After Dropping Discrimination Lawsuit Against Harvard

Sen. John Kennedy, R-La., in an op-ed for the New York Post called out President Joe Biden's failure to confront Asian discrimination at America's Ivy League universities, even as he denounces recent attacks against Asian Americans. Kennedy praised Biden for condemning the Atlanta massage-parlor attacks that left eight people dead,...

Wisconsin Supreme Court Strikes Down Governor’s Mask Mandate

(Headline USA) The Wisconsin Supreme Court struck down Democrat Gov. Tony Evers's statewide mask mandate on Wednesday, stripping the governor of one of his last remaining tools to attempt to curb the spread of the coronavirus. The conservative-leaning court ruled 4-3 that Evers violated state law by unilaterally issuing multiple emergency...

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