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303 Creative owner Lorie Smith (Photo courtesy Alliance Defending Freedom) Why the case of web designer Lorie Smith deserves to be heard. NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE N o one likes to compete when the deck is stacked against them. It’s why we intuitively cheer those who stand up to rigged systems. Think Squid Game, The Hunger
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The mayhem at the U.S. Capitol on January 6, 2021 (Shannon Stapleton / Reuters) There is a fair amount of confusion on the question of federal agents or others “instigating” January 6. To start with, there is a difference between the legal defense of entrapment and the fundamentally political question of who instigated political violence. Entrapment
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Another day, another Democrat hypocrite. Democrat Rep. Eric Swalwell (CA) was spotted vacationing in Miami maskless this week just a few days after blaming Republicans for “canceled vacations.” “As we end 2021, mired in a deadly pandemic, you should know who has prolonged it. THESE GUYS. Republican liars. Your vacation cancelled. Your kids back to
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Penn State wrestler Mark Hall (blue) wrestles Arizona wrestler Zahid Valencia (yellow) in the finals of the 174 pound weight class during the NCAA Wrestling Championships at PPG Paints Arena in Pittsburgh, Pa., March 23, 2019. (Douglas DeFelice-USA TODAY Sports) College-wrestling fans who tuned in to Monday’s duel between the University of Michigan and Arizona
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Protesters at the U.S. Capitol in Washington, D.C., January 6, 2021. (Leah Millis/Reuters) On January 6, 2021, Mike Pence presided over a constitutionally mandated joint session of Congress to count the electoral votes. The Trump-Pence campaign disputed the 2020 results in election contests and in court, but by January 6, the legal options were exhausted.
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Students use computers from socially-distanced desks during an in-person hybrid learning day at the Mount Vernon Community School in Alexandria, Va., March 2, 2021. (Tom Brenner/Reuters) The Covid-19 online testing portal for the Washington, D.C. public school system crashed Tuesday as tens of thousands of teachers and students scrambled to upload their results ahead of
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On December 13, a panel of the Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit affirmed a district court order enjoining the Biden administration’s termination of the Migrant Protection Protocols (MPP), better known as “Remain in Mexico.” The court’s opinion, by Judge Andy Oldham, is one of the strongest judicial rebukes to the Biden administration to date. Some background:
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Vehicles near Garrisonville, Va., as authorities worked to reopen an icy stretch of Interstate 95 closed after a storm blanketed the region,. January 4, 2022. (ABC/WJLA via Reuters) Drivers were stranded overnight on Interstate 95 in Virginia, and the highway remains blocked due to ice and accidents over the past 30 hours. Virginia Department of
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No potential Republican presidential candidate holds a candle next former President Donald amongst GOP voters, a new Reuters/Ipso survey reveals. The survey published Dec. 29 asks respondents to think “about the presidential election in 2024, who would you support as the Republican nominee for president?” Trump dominated the field of hypothetical candidates in a 2024
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James Talarico in 2019. (via YouTube) They’re learning the hard way that charisma and recycled MSNBC talking points are not enough to woo red-state voters. NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE J ames Talarico speaks like he’s rehearsing in front of the mirror. In the spaces between his sentences — always delivered just-so, with an air of practiced
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Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis speaks at a press conference in Daytona Beach, Fla., November 22, 2021. (Paul Hennessy/SOPA Images/LightRocket via Getty Images) Florida Governor Ron DeSantis on Monday took a shot at politicians who have visited Florida despite advocating for Covid-19 lockdowns and criticizing his approach to the pandemic, adding that he was “not surprised”
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Children arrive at school in Brooklyn, N.Y., October 4, 2021. (Brendan McDermid/Reuters) A major teachers’ union representing most of the teachers in New York City protested and threatened litigation over Mayor Eric Adams’ decision to continue in-person learning this week despite a surge in Covid-19 cases. United Federation of Teachers member Lydia Howrilka, who is also
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