Gov. Abbott issued an executive order Monday banning vaccine mandates by any Texas entity. Vaccines should remain voluntary, he said.
Senate Republicans are seeking greater congressional authority over the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau with new legislation out Wednesday.
Upholding draconian restrictions, the Massachusetts Supreme Court took away its citizens’ essential private property rights and gave them to the governor.
While Pressley has called for allowing people to stop paying their rent, her financial disclosure indicates the congresswoman has made thousands of dollars from being a landlord.
Students in one history class at a Massachusetts high school were tasked with creating slides to highlight the impact ‘systemic racism’ had on George Floyd.
While a top-Biden nominee calls for a $15 minimum wage on a federal basis, he does not call to pay students at his college the same rate.
The Boston Celtics Twitter account moved quickly to delete an image depicting star Kemba Walker rocking a ‘Don’t Tread On Me’ Gadsden flag shirt.
So what can politicians do to protect their citizens from being coerced into experimental medical procedures and surveillance databases they aren’t comfortable with?
Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston plans to implement “preferential care based on race” in a plan outlined by two Harvard University doctors.
Evanston, Illinois is paying black residents hundreds of thousands of dollars over discrimination against their ancestors.
Coach David Flynn realized his daughter’s middle school quietly started teaching critical race theory without parents’ approval. Soon after, he lost his job.
Every day in America, panels of experts are hurting people, erasing traditions, writing rules, rewriting history, and burning the leftovers. On Monday, they came for Dr. Seuss — and with him, all of us.
Despite larger populations, currently freer peoples, and a media narrative that screams otherwise, there are far, far fewer deaths in Texas and in Florida than in New York.
From the very beginning, the American tradition of Thanksgiving has become an annual celebration of the glass half full even when it’s leaking.
Every argument supporting gay marriage—‘Love is love,’ ‘we deserve equal protection under the law,’ and ‘we’re not harming anybody’—also supports group marriage.
Reopenings that place higher priority on opening secular services while keeping churches closed reveal a nation where many no longer see faith as essential.
According polls, Americans overwhelmingly support lockdown measures, but according to their cell phones, they are starting to venture out.
The streets, the squares, the bars are empty. Even historic Fenway Park, where the Red Sox have scheduled a baseball game every year since 1959, lay deserted.
Hospitals forced to forgo elective surgeries in preparation for a surge in patients have suffered lost revenues needed to keep operations afloat.
Constant doomsday predictions, economic stress and imposed isolation measures are creating the perfect trifecta for an awakening of a mental health crisis.
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