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Republican lawmakers slammed President Joe Biden this week after an explosive report revealed that an ISIS-affiliated human smuggling network has brought more than 400 illegal aliens into the U.S.
Republican lawmakers slammed President Joe Biden this week after an explosive report revealed that an ISIS-affiliated human smuggling network has brought more than 400 illegal aliens into the U.S.
 
Displacing Constitutional Law
Biden put climate cult ahead of grid stability and electric affordability
Biden put climate cult ahead of grid stability and electric affordability
 
Gov. Roy Cooper's lawsuit against a new North Carolina state elections board will move to a three-judge panel.
Gov. Roy Cooper's lawsuit against a new North Carolina state elections board will move to a three-judge panel.
 
Harvard Jewish Law Students Association slammed the divestment resolution as antisemitic
 
Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey announced a lawsuit against Planned Parenthood on Thursday, accusing the organization of trafficking young girls for out-of-state abortions.
Missouri Attorney General Andrew Bailey announced a lawsuit against Planned Parenthood on Thursday, accusing the organization of trafficking young girls for out-of-state abortions.
 
acts unilaterally without going through Congress - acting like a dictatorship
acts unilaterally without going through Congress - acting like a dictatorship
 
Nevada Secretary of State Francisco Aguliar, a Democrat, was sued by the Republican National Committee (RNC) last week as the party alleges the 2024 battleground state has “impossibly high” voter rolls.
Nevada Secretary of State Francisco Aguliar, a Democrat, was sued by the Republican National Committee (RNC) last week as the party alleges the 2024 battleground state has “impossibly high” voter rolls.
 
First son Hunter Biden has taken up residence in the White House in order to duck process servers sent by his baby mama, according to author and journalist Miranda Devine.
First son Hunter Biden has taken up residence in the White House in order to duck process servers sent by his baby mama, according to author and journalist Miranda Devine.
 
The state Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in a dispute pitting a coalition of media outlets against Graham police over release of police video recordings.
The state Supreme Court heard oral arguments Tuesday in a dispute pitting a coalition of media outlets against Graham police over release of police video recordings.
 
Multiple Republican lawmakers expressed their outrage this week after Daily Wire Editor Emeritus Ben Shapiro posted a shocking thread showing how doctors and medical associations have embraced diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), signaling the possibility of action on the issue on Capitol Hill.
Multiple Republican lawmakers expressed their outrage this week after Daily Wire Editor Emeritus Ben Shapiro posted a shocking thread showing how doctors and medical associations have embraced diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI), signaling the possibility of action on the issue on Capitol Hill.
 
The North Carolina Symphony and state Department of Natural and Cultural Resources are asking a federal court to dismiss a lawsuit from three former Symphony musicians.
The North Carolina Symphony and state Department of Natural and Cultural Resources are asking a federal court to dismiss a lawsuit from three former Symphony musicians.
 
North Carolina's legislative leaders and the state Department of Health and Human Services split over a proposed preliminary injunction of a new law dealing with gender transition surgeries for minors.
North Carolina's legislative leaders and the state Department of Health and Human Services split over a proposed preliminary injunction of a new law dealing with gender transition surgeries for minors.
 
The North Carolina Supreme Court heard arguments recently in a lawsuit brought by The Society for the Historical Preservation of the 26th North Carolina Troops against the City of Asheville over the removal of a monument
The North Carolina Supreme Court heard arguments recently in a lawsuit brought by The Society for the Historical Preservation of the 26th North Carolina Troops against the City of Asheville over the removal of a monument
 
Felon voting advocates argue in a new court filing that North Carolina's new election law should have no impact on their federal lawsuit.
Felon voting advocates argue in a new court filing that North Carolina's new election law should have no impact on their federal lawsuit.
 
US District Judge William Osteen heard nearly three hours of arguments Thursday in state Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls' lawsuit against the North Carolina Judicial Standards Commission.
US District Judge William Osteen heard nearly three hours of arguments Thursday in state Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls' lawsuit against the North Carolina Judicial Standards Commission.
 
Lawyers and political pundits were quick to react to a damaging report published Friday that reveals Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and the man she named as special prosecutor in a case against former President Donald Trump had dozens of meet-ups at Willis’ home before he was hired
Lawyers and political pundits were quick to react to a damaging report published Friday that reveals Fulton County District Attorney Fani Willis and the man she named as special prosecutor in a case against former President Donald Trump had dozens of meet-ups at Willis’ home before he was hired
 
following law would help in identifying illegal alien criminals
following law would help in identifying illegal alien criminals
 
A three-judge Superior Court panel granted part of Gov. Roy Cooper's request for an injunction against a new state law shifting government appointment powers.
A three-judge Superior Court panel granted part of Gov. Roy Cooper's request for an injunction against a new state law shifting government appointment powers.
 
A longtime FBI informant accused in an indictment of fabricating a multi-million dollar bribery scheme involving President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden has been re-arrested after a judge allowed his release, the man’s attorneys said on Thursday.
A longtime FBI informant accused in an indictment of fabricating a multi-million dollar bribery scheme involving President Joe Biden and his son Hunter Biden has been re-arrested after a judge allowed his release, the man’s attorneys said on Thursday.
 
A Jewish advocacy group filed a lawsuit on Wednesday charging the Associated Press with “material support of terrorism,” asserting that the news wire made payments to known agents of Hamas.
A Jewish advocacy group filed a lawsuit on Wednesday charging the Associated Press with “material support of terrorism,” asserting that the news wire made payments to known agents of Hamas.
 
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said on Wednesday that he is going to sign a bill into law that will release the grand jury material from the state’s 2006 investigation into the child sex predator.
Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said on Wednesday that he is going to sign a bill into law that will release the grand jury material from the state’s 2006 investigation into the child sex predator.
 
Seven more plaintiffs have joined a federal lawsuit challenging the rollout of North Carolina's new eCourts digital records system. Now nine people are suing over eCourts' impact.
Seven more plaintiffs have joined a federal lawsuit challenging the rollout of North Carolina's new eCourts digital records system. Now nine people are suing over eCourts' impact.
 
I recently wrote about “How the Budget Stops California from Setting North Carolina’s Transportation Policy.”
I recently wrote about “How the Budget Stops California from Setting North Carolina’s Transportation Policy.”
 
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is suing to revoke a nongovernmental organization’s license to operate in the state, saying that his office suspects the organization is facilitating illegal immigration.
Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton is suing to revoke a nongovernmental organization’s license to operate in the state, saying that his office suspects the organization is facilitating illegal immigration.
 
The Republican National Committee, North Carolina Republican Party, and two local GOP officials seek to intervene in three federal lawsuits challenging the state's new election law.
The Republican National Committee, North Carolina Republican Party, and two local GOP officials seek to intervene in three federal lawsuits challenging the state's new election law.
 
A federal lawsuit challenging North Carolina's felon voting rules heads back to court on Nov. 14, one week after Election Day.
A federal lawsuit challenging North Carolina's felon voting rules heads back to court on Nov. 14, one week after Election Day.
 
As a result of recent changes in state law, in-person early voting results will be reported later than usual on election night for the 2024 primary. This, in turn, may cause Election Day results to be reported later as well.
As a result of recent changes in state law, in-person early voting results will be reported later than usual on election night for the 2024 primary. This, in turn, may cause Election Day results to be reported later as well.
 
The law makes it a felony to engage in prostitution while knowingly infected with HIV.
 
A hearing is scheduled Nov. 2 in Greensboro in state Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls' federal First Amendment lawsuit against the North Carolina Judicial Standards Commission.
A hearing is scheduled Nov. 2 in Greensboro in state Supreme Court Justice Anita Earls' federal First Amendment lawsuit against the North Carolina Judicial Standards Commission.
 
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