The politics of this one school district have big implications
A California state law passed last year and implemented on January 1, 2021 allows men to be housed at prisons with women. All they have to do is identify as a woman and they’re in. No questions or judgement allowed. Sane people knew the law would have negative effects on women in California’s prisons by putting them at risk for assault and abuse. Now, six months into the practice the results have been horrific. Worse, they were completely predictable.
Texas sheriffs have filed a lawsuit accusing the Biden administration of preventing federal officials from arresting or deporting criminal illegal immigrants. The suit comes after Immigration and Customs Enforcement refused to take custody and deport illegal immigrants arrested locally due to a new Biden administration policy, including one man who had previously been deported and who had been convicted of sexual battery of a child.
Rep. Chip Roy (R-TX) tore into Democrat President Joe Biden on June 29 for the latter’s obsession with violating the Second amendment, and rebuked Biden’s claims that “no one” needs an extended magazine by reminding viewers of the President’s remarks about using F-15 fighter jets and nuclear weapons domestically on the American people.
It can be all too easy to forget that California,
The U.S. Supreme Court (SCOTUS) on Thursday upheld the Arizona statute that bans ballot harvesting and a policy that throws out votes cast by persons in precincts in which they do not reside.
Arizona state senator Michelle Ugenti-Rita (R-Scottsdale) recently killed a crucial
Daytona Beach Police are offering a whopping $100,000 reward to anyone who can help locate the man who allegedly shot an officer in the head on Wednesday evening. The wanted man, 29-year-old Othal “O-Zone” Wallace, allegedly shot a police officer, leaving him in critical condition following surgery. According to a tweet, Wallace marched with the Black Nationalist NFAC Militia in Louisville, Kentucky in September of 2020.
The mayor of a small town in Colorado has banned his Board of Trustees and guests from reciting the Pledge of Allegiance at public meetings because of what he called ‘direct threats’ in his community.
Several hundred thousand votes that were counted in Maricopa County, Arizona are associated with missing ballots, according to an audit organizer who is speaking regularly with people on the audit floor.