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Texas Newspaper Virally Claims Ted Cruz Wanted To 'Limit' Preferred Pronouns. His Bill Doesn't Do That.
Sen. Ted Cruz (R-Texas) introduced a bill last month that would bar federal agencies from forcing employees to respect preferred names or pronouns.
But his cynical brand of realism did at least lead him to caution against some of America's ideological military adventures.
By banning firearms from a long list of "sensitive places," the state is copying a policy that federal judges have repeatedly rejected.
Some, like Rep. Patrick McHenry (R–N.C.), advocate a more measured approach.
"Marsy's Law guarantees to no victim—police officer or otherwise—the categorical right to withhold his or her name from disclosure," the Florida Supreme Court ruled.
Seattle Banned Landlords From Rejecting Tenants Based on Criminal Records. Will the Supreme Court Step in?
The political push behind the law was well-meaning. But it will backfire on many prospective renters.
The ban, scheduled to take effect on January 1, is likely unconstitutional in multiple ways, the judge held.
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Trying to block immigration by law just means that we’ll get it flowing around the law enforcers.
Libertarians will read Ditch of Dreams as a story about bureaucracy and environmentalism run amok.
Death's 1990 Spiritual Healing paints a right-wing culture warrior’s nightmare vision of America.
It seems unlikely that activists' demands to "keep 1.5 alive" will be met.
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While minors were required to be accompanied by an adult to attend the event, state regulators still went after the "not appropriate" drag performance.
The White House cited the extraordinarily low recidivism rates among those released and the savings to taxpayers in its veto threat.
Years before a federal case shined a light on the problem, Rankin County Sheriff Bryan Bailey should have known something was amiss.
President Joe Biden's support for the United Auto Workers might have harmed his push for a faster transition to electric vehicles.
The regulation is part of a suite of new restrictions on hotels sought by the local hotel workers union.
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An excursion into Facebook groups for empty nesters shows many of them could use a hobby, a job, or even a straitjacket.
We're often told European countries are better off thanks to big-government policies. So why is the U.S. beating France in many important ways?
“I couldn’t believe it was my baby,” Amanda Bews' mother said. "She looked like she was mummified."
The president touted the lower annualized inflation rate but blamed the companies themselves for higher prices, rather than government policies.
A fiscal commission might be a good idea, but it's also the ultimate expression of Congress' irresponsibility.
At the behest of George Orwell's estate, the acclaimed novelist has brilliantly recast his most famous work.
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Flagstaff keeps digging a hole over commercial free speech.
The 4th Circuit’s rejection of Maryland’s handgun licensing system suggests similar schemes in other states are unconstitutional.
Why have so few species been taken off the endangered species list?
The Supreme Court mulls how to apply a mandatory minimum for gun possession by people convicted of drug felonies.
From March 2021 to July 2023, 74 people were killed and nearly 200 were injured in vehicle chases occurring in counties affected by Operation Lone Star.