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SCOTUS Decision to Avoid Police Immunity Ruling Leaves Idaho Woman in Limbo

'There is no shortage of outrageous qualified immunity cases for the Supreme Court to take...' (Joshua Paladino, Liberty Headlines) With the issue of police immunity...

Appeals Court Strikes Down Charleston's Tour Guide Licensing Laws

'In this country, we rely on people to decide who they want to listen to rather than relying on the government to decide who...

Indiana Gov’t Finally Returns Vehicle It Unconstitutionally Seized to Owner

'It was a weird feeling today. I didn’t believe that the vehicle would be mine again until I got home and saw it in...

Cities Likely to Use COVID Crisis to Ramp Up Abusive Fines and Fees

'Whether municipalities engage in taxation by citation is ultimately a matter of local policy, but state policymakers should take a hard look...' (Michael Barnes, Liberty...

Can Gov’t Put Spy Cameras on Your Property Without a Warrant?

'If the state can put cameras on my farm whenever they want, that really destroys the notion that this land is private...' (Michael Barnes, Liberty...

Gov't Agencies Sued for Seizing Retiree's Life Savings Because He Carried It in Cash

'It is time for TSA and federal law enforcement to stop seizing cash from travelers simply because the government considers certain amounts of cash...

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House Dems Pass Bill to Suspend Debt Limit for Socialist Spending Spree

(Associated Press) The House voted to keep the government funded, suspend the federal debt limit and provide disaster and refugee aid, setting up a high-stakes...

Campus Free Speech Rankings: Over 80% of Students Self-Censor Their Viewpoints

(TheFire.org) Prospective students who want to make sure that their free expression will be protected should consider Claremont McKenna College or the University of...

OFFICIALS: Many Haitian Migrants Being Released in US, Not Deported

(Headline USA) Many Haitian migrants camped in a small Texas border town are being released in the United States, two U.S. officials said Tuesday, undercutting...

Maricopa Co. Supervisor Secretly Criticized Colleagues Who Opposed 2020 Election Audit

(Headline USA) A Republican official in Arizona resigned Tuesday from the board overseeing Maricopa County after a recording emerged of him criticizing his GOP colleagues...
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