VIDEO 2019 sees attempt to ban ‘conversion’ therapy fail 4 times – no such thing as transgender

Analysts say Supreme Court ultimately will strike speech limits in pro-gay laws   The current legislative year, recently concluded in many states, saw four huge failures for proponents of state-by-state bans on so-called “conversion” therapy in which counselors are not allowed to help juveniles overcome unwanted same-sex attractions. The activist group Mass Resistance, which has defended the speech rights of counselors, noted several … More VIDEO 2019 sees attempt to ban ‘conversion’ therapy fail 4 times – no such thing as transgender

Federal Court Says Hawaii Must Allow Open Carry of Guns

9th Circuit says open-carry ban ‘violated the core of the Second Amendment and was void under any level of scrutiny’ July 24, 2018 BY: Stephen Gutowski A panel of judges from the Ninth Circuit court of appeals ruled on Tuesday that Hawaii’s effective ban on the open carry of guns is unconstitutional. In a 2-1 ruling, the … More Federal Court Says Hawaii Must Allow Open Carry of Guns

Hawaii’s Judge Watson Loosens Trump Travel Ban

July 14, 2017  by  Warren Mass   Judge Derrick K. Watson of the Federal District Court in Honolulu — who was one of two judges who issued a ruling last March blocking sections of President Trump’s March 6 executive order that banned travel to the United States by foreign nationals from six countries identified as being … More Hawaii’s Judge Watson Loosens Trump Travel Ban

Hawaii Set to Be First State to Add Gun Owners’ Personal Data to Federal Registry

May 25, 2016 by  Joe Wolverton, II, J.D.   Gun owners in Hawaii may soon find their names uploaded to a federal registry of firearms owners maintained by the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI). In a story reported by the Associated Press (AP), anyone in Hawaii owning a weapon could soon have their names and other … More Hawaii Set to Be First State to Add Gun Owners’ Personal Data to Federal Registry