Category: Sovereignty Rights

The Supreme Court Stands Up for the Right to Self-Defense

The Supreme Court’s infamous 2007 decision DC vs Heller recognized that the Second Amendment established a right to bear arms in self-defense. But in the years since, the high court has hardly taken any gun rights cases further fleshing out this precedent—leaving loopholes states have exploited to restrict citizens’ right to self-defense.
No more.
In a seismic 6-3 decision, the Supreme Court just struck down a New York scheme that heavily restricted citizens’ right to carry a firearm in public for self-defense.

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It’s very likely that he’s dead’ is not good enough to withdraw treatment from a comatose child

There has been another court case in the United Kingdom in which doctors have wanted to withdraw life-sustaining treatment from a child over the objections of the parents. As with most cases of this kind, in the case of Archie Battersbee, the judge has sided with the doctors rather than with the parents and has ordered ventilation to be withdrawn.

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The Fall of the Wall around Religious Education

If the past two years have taught us anything as a society, it is that American schoolchildren should not be held hostage by a public-education monopoly that is unable to keep schools open, safe, competent, or free of indoctrination in left-wing fads and anti-American lies. Many of the parents voting with their feet to take their children out of public schools have an additional urgent interest on their minds: They want their children schooled in their faith, and in the values informed by their faith.

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Conservative Leaders Demand Justice Department Take Action to Stop Pro-Abortion Violence

A growing number of pro-life organizations have been attacked following the leaked opinion in the Supreme Court case Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization. In response, a group of conservative leaders sent a letter to Attorney General Merrick Garland and Kristen Clarke, assistant attorney general for civil rights, requesting that they address the recent wave of attacks on pregnancy resource centers and churches.

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“I Didn’t Know If They’d Kill Me”: What Happened When This Jane Doe was Trafficked by GirlsDoPorn

In an exclusive interview, Jane Doe #18 told us her experience of what happened before, during, and after she was sex trafficked by GirlsDoPorn. This is her story.
“I was really scared. I didn’t know if they were going to kill me. Watching the video now, I can see it in my eyes. The quivering of my lips and my voice, I know exactly how I was feeling in that moment. But to anyone else who sees it, they see what they want and they think I was complicit.”

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‘The Leash Is Off’: Abortion Activists Behind Attacks on Pro0Lifers Issue New Threats, Urge Others to ‘Burn’

A statement that appears to be from the violent pro-abortion group Jane’s Revenge was posted online Tuesday, saying “the leash is off” for attacks on pro-life operations, declaring violence until pro-life groups shut down.
The statement was posted to Abolition Media, an “online news source for revolutionary movements,” and promised violent attacks on pro-life organizations such as crisis pregnancy centers.

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