Tiny ‘free speech zone’ being relegated to dustbin

Fight leads to restored First Amendment rights for 150,000 students Dec 28, 2018 Kevin Shaw One student’s lawsuit against a community college system has upheld the First Amendment rights of 150,000 others, eliminating campus “free speech zones.” The Foundation for Individual Liberties in Education, or FIRE, said the trustees of the Los Angeles Community College District have agreed … More Tiny ‘free speech zone’ being relegated to dustbin

VIDEO YouTube Removes Pro-life Titles From Top “Abortion” Video Searches

Dec 28, 2018  by  Dave Bohon   YouTube appears to have cleaned out pro-life videos from the top choices under the search word “abortion.” What’s more, a writer for the left-leaning Slate.com suggested that she was responsible for the change. April Glaser, identified as a Slate technology reporter, wrote that “before I raised the issue with … More VIDEO YouTube Removes Pro-life Titles From Top “Abortion” Video Searches

VIDEO Anti God Rebellion – Cops clear themselves after posting signs accusing Christian ‘bigots’

  Claim hate-crime posters ‘not based on malice’ The cops in Scotland who were found to be posting anti-Christian “bigot” hate-crime posters around their communities have investigated themselves based on a complaint filed by the Barnabas Fund Christian ministry, and they have found themselves to be innocent. “A senior officer at Police Scotland has belatedly … More VIDEO Anti God Rebellion – Cops clear themselves after posting signs accusing Christian ‘bigots’

Securities Class Action Lawsuits: What Investors Should Know

Know your rights, or you could miss out on money you’re entitled to. Jan 9, 2018 FINRA Staff (finra) It is not uncommon for FINRA to receive calls from investors about a securities class action lawsuit, especially on the heels of a large settlement. Based on questions we receive from investors, here are eight things you … More Securities Class Action Lawsuits: What Investors Should Know

Louisiana voters reject trial lawyers’ shakedown

Dec 13, 2018 by Quin Hillyer Voters in a key Louisiana jurisdiction have just informed rapacious plaintiffs’ lawyers that Bayou State citizens are tired of living in a “judicial hellhole.” As reported here at the Washington Examiner on Tuesday, Louisiana was just listed as one of the top 5 official “ Judicial Hellholes” in the whole country by the American Tort … More Louisiana voters reject trial lawyers’ shakedown

VIDEO Two Female Christian Artists Face JAIL For Not Creating Art For Same-Sex Weddings

  Dec 23, 2018  By Nick Arama   Joanna Duka and Breanna Koski are in trouble and may go to jail. But what they may go to jail for is probably unique and it’s pretty crazy. The city of Phoenix is threatening them with up to six months in jail and/or a fine of $2500/day for … More VIDEO Two Female Christian Artists Face JAIL For Not Creating Art For Same-Sex Weddings

Have a Blessed and Merry Christmas – Trump Signs Bill Aimed at Assisting ISIS Genocide Victims

Trump Signs Bill Aimed at Assisting ISIS Genocide Victims in Iraq and Syria Measure will help Christian, Yazidi, other minority communities rebuild President Donald Trump speaks during the signing of H.R. 390 / Getty Images December 11, 2018  President Donald Trump signed a bill into law Tuesday that will help channel U.S. humanitarian and rebuilding … More Have a Blessed and Merry Christmas – Trump Signs Bill Aimed at Assisting ISIS Genocide Victims

The Barr Memo: Why Reasoned Discourse Should Not Be A Bar To Confirmation

Dec 22, 2018 by Jonathan Turley   Below is my column in Fox.com on the Barr memorandum that has garnered so much attention. As I noted, I do not agree with the ultimate conclusion of the research that the obstruction provision could not be the foundation for a subpoena to require President Donald Trump to … More The Barr Memo: Why Reasoned Discourse Should Not Be A Bar To Confirmation

Judge: School Officials and Cops Have No Duty to Protect Students From Shootings

 Dec 22, 2018 by  Michael Tennant   A federal judge has ruled that school officials and police officers — even officers specifically assigned to schools — have no duty to protect students from violence. On December 12, U.S. District Judge Beth Bloom dismissed a lawsuit filed by 15 students who were present at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School … More Judge: School Officials and Cops Have No Duty to Protect Students From Shootings