Category: Sovereignty Rights

As an Asian American, I Say DEI Must Go

As someone who was involuntarily used as a poster child for Asian American and Pacific Islander month by my university, yet listened to some classmates rant that Asian Americans “would be nowhere without black people,” take it from me: Diversity, equity, and inclusion offices make racism worse, not better.

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Wisconsin Supreme Court rules in favor of pro-life advocate citing ‘free speech rights’

The Wisconsin Supreme Court ruled late last week that a court order prohibiting a pro-life advocate from approaching a Planned Parenthood employee violated his free speech rights under the First Amendment and must be overturned. Brian Aish, a pro-life advocate who regularly and peacefully protested at a Planned Parenthood clinic in the city of Blair, began interacting with nurse Nancy Kindschy in 2019 and was eventually accused of harassment.

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Homeschoolers don’t like federal government in education

With more and more families opting to homeschool their children, many are calling for increased federal regulation of the education model — because restricting freedom is the model of the government these days. In the post-pandemic world, students’ learning capabilities have changed. When those in K-12 were forced into remote learning, homeschooling started growing and has only continued to do so over the past few years. This rise has caught the eye of the leftist media, who are concerned that students could actually be learning.

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Judge Blocks Biden’s Plan to Force Employers to Fund Abortions

A federal judge has sided with Mississippi Attorney General Lynn Fitch and Louisiana Attorney General Liz Murrill issuing a preliminary injunction against the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) attempt to hijack the protections of the Pregnant Workers Fairness Act. In May, the Attorneys General filed the complaint against the EEOC and their attempt to impose a national abortion regime.

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Justice for Jack: Christian Cakebaker Jack Phillips Asks Court to Protect His Free Speech Rights

Long-suffering cake artist Jack Phillips appeared before the Colorado Supreme Court on Tuesday defending his right to free speech. The court heard oral arguments over whether Phillips can be compelled by the state of Colorado to bake a custom cake – pink on the inside and blue on the outside – to celebrate and symbolize a “gender transition” from male to female. Jack has been in court for over a decade seeking to have his First Amendment rights upheld. This is his third case – also known as Masterpiece III.

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Ecumenical institute releases report highlighting harassment of Christians in Holy Land

On June 4, the Tantur Ecumenical Institute in Jerusalem hosted a press conference where a report was presented analyzing the disturbing rise in hostilities toward Christians in Israel and East Jerusalem in 2023. The data was collected as part of an initiative launched by the Rossing Center for Education and Dialogue to document harassment suffered by Christians.

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