NPS Allows Religious Ceremony at National Cemetery After Lawsuit Filed

The Knights of Columbus’ request to hold the annual mass had originally been denied. The National Park Service (NPS) reversed course and permitted the Knights of Columbus to…

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TikTok Sues U.S. Government Over Upcoming Ban

The lawsuit claims the recently passed law allows Congress to “circumvent the First Amendment by invoking national security.“ TikTok filed a lawsuit against the U.S. government this week,…

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FCC Proposes Fines for Pirate Radio Operators

The agency is heightening enforcement against unauthorized transmissions on AM and FM frequencies. The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) recently announced proposed fines against seven pirate radio operators for…

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Supreme Court Rules Unanimously in Public Officials’ Social Media Case

In certain instances, public officials may be sued for deleting or blocking commenters. The U.S. Supreme Court released decisions in two cases regarding public officials blocking individuals who…

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Supreme Court Hears Arguments on Social Media Censorship

Justices appear uncertain about the application of broad editorial regulation related to the First Amendment. The Supreme Court heard oral arguments in a lawsuit challenging the social media…

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Supreme Court Will Hear Case on Government Censorship

Senator Schmitt calls it “the most important free speech case in a generation.”  The Supreme Court has scheduled March 18 to hear oral arguments in the case of…

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Speaker Johnson Releases January 6 Video

Senator Lee calls for an investigation of the J6 committee.  Speaker of the House Mike Johnson of Louisiana said the House Administration Committee will begin releasing security camera…

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House Judiciary Committee Interrupted by Protestors

Hearing on free speech for college students disrupted by pro-Hamas demonstrators. The House Judiciary Committee’s hearing on free speech for college students was interrupted this week by a…

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What’s Dividing the Nation? Follow the Money

 National protests are more well-organized and well-funded than previously thought. PRAY FIRST for God to reveal the truth behind the scenes of the American political machine.  The First…

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Supreme Court Hears Social Media Free Speech Cases

Justices question whether or not the responsibility is on public officials to identify the nature of their accounts. The justices of the Supreme Court heard arguments in two…

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