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I’m grateful that Kathryn Lopez of National Review keeps highlighting the principled plaintiffs challenging the HHS abortion-pill mandate before the Supreme Court. As the argument approaches, mainstream journalists will speak of the case in terms of “competing rights” or “competing liberties.” On one side are the business owners assertin…
Boston Magazine has a fair, balanced and reasoned analysis of today’s court battle in Boston. The writer, a Boston College college professor was interviewed here on FOX. “The Court Battle Over ‘Pro-Israel’ Billboards Could Be a ‘Tough Win’ For the MBTA” Boston Magazine, December 3, 2013 An expert from Boston College weighs in as the transit…
For those of us who live in, shall we say, less than gun-friendly areas, our periodic trips to the range can be fraught with peril. What if that nosy neighbor spots the rifle case? What if I stop for gas and someone glances inside my minivan? Even in gun-friendly places, there are plenty of reasons to be a little extra careful when transporting long arms—for many of us, our rifles are a serious investment. Having a case that doesn’t scream “RIFLE” is a distinct advantage whether you’re transporting a firearm in Massachusetts or simply stopping for gas in Texas.
‘It’s Personal’: Billionaire Mark Cuban Blasts Big Gov’t Effort to ‘Regulate Through Litigation’ After Winning Years-Long Legal Battle With Feds
DALLAS (TheBlaze/AP) — Mark Cuban won a years-long fight with the federal government Wednesday when jurors said that the billionaire basketball team owner did not commit insider-trading when he sold his shares in an Internet company in 2004.
The jury in federal district court in Dallas found that the Securities and Exchange Commission failed to prove the key elements of its case, including the claim that Cuban agreed to keep certain information confidential and not trade on it.
Indiana has lost its battle to de-fund the Planned Parenthood abortion business — as a judge today issued a permanent injunction in the abortion giant’s favor in its lawsuit against the state over the de-funding law.
U.S. District Judge Tanya Walton Pratt in Indianapolis issued the order preventing state officials from preventing Medicaid dollars from flowing the nation’s largest abortion company.
HARRISBURG, Pa. (TheBlaze/AP) — The battle over gay marriage forges on. Civil rights lawyers said they filed the first known legal challenge Tuesday on behalf of 23 men, women and children seeking to overturn a state law effectively banning same-sex marriage in Pennsylvania, the only northeastern state that doesn’t allow it or civil unions.
Back in the day abortion proponents had all the mojo and pro-lifers were on the defensive. The photo below, via PBS, is of a pro-abortion rally demanding a repeal of pro-life laws in Washington, D.C., circa 1971.
At the same time, feminists were pushing the Equal Rights Amendment in all 50 states. The photo below, via illinois.gov, is of feminists writing the names of ERA opponents in pigs’ blood on the floor of the Illinois State Capitol on June 24, 1982…
Paul Cellucci, who served as governor of Massachusetts from 1997 to 2001, died today at age 65 from amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, or ALS. Cellucci, a Republican who never lost an election, also served as the U.S. ambassador to Canada for four years.
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Hear a bump in the night? See a strange vehicle parked at your house when you turn in the drive? What if you find yourself in the midst of civil unrest? Is a gun all you need?
While a gun is probably the most important item to defend yourself and your family, there are a few other things you may need within arm’s reach before, during or after a gunfight.
But there’s still a very good chance we can win!
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NEW YORK (AP) — Sean Hannity’s cable television showdown this week with a Democratic congressman has become more than just a verbal schoolyard brawl. It’s an opportunity – for money, attention and ratings.
Democratic and Republican advocates are using Tuesday’s Fox News Channel appearance by Minnesota Rep. Keith Ellison for fundraising, even as the newly minted feud continues. Hannity continued a discussion about Ellison’s career on his show Friday.
Constitution-Bashing Georgetown Law Prof. Continues Battle to Make Americans ‘Give Up’ on Founding Document
It’s not often that a professor of constitutional law at Georgetown University launches a nationwide push to retire the U.S. Constitution to the dustbins of history, but that’s exactly what Louis Michael Seidman has been doing for roughly the past month (though he may have begun earlier in the classroom).
– Plus, GOA answers objections
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