A Connecticut public-school district is being sued by a group of black and Hispanic parents over discrimination in favor of white applicants.
The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled on Thursday that Remington Outdoor Co. can be sued for how it marketed their Bushmaster rifle, the model used in the Sandy Hook mass shooting.
Democrats are trying to eviscerate the Second Amendment by imposing undue burdens on law-abiding gun owners who just want to protect themselves.
As in California, leftwing bureaucrats and politicians are using a horrific abuse case in an attempt to clamp down on homeschooling families.
This is, in itself, disturbing. But what’s more worrying is the acceptance of this state of affairs by journalists and even the athletes who lost their chance at victory.
It was the verifiable evidence that contradicted the woman’s testimony that drove jurors to acquit Khan, not two questions from the defense.
The film is divided into four unnamed chapters and moves at a delightfully quick pace.
The assumption in Obergefell that the sexes are interchangeable is affecting laws and regulations that concern sex differences in many other forms.
David Harsanyi and Mollie Hemingway host the Federalist Radio Hour.
Connecticut Gov. Dan Malloy plans to ban travel to Indiana over that state’s religious freedom law. Nobody told Malloy about his own state’s RFRA.
Connecticut is forcing a 17-year-old girl to undergo chemotherapy despite her mother’s protests. But it has no problem with minors making other serious medical decisions alone.
The contemporary relationship between states and the federal government is in an unhealthy state.
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