Students Who Want to ‘Kick Kavanaugh Off Campus’ Should Take a Hike

George Mason University’s Antonin Scalia Law School recently announced Justice Brett Kavanaugh will teach a class during its summer term on the creation of the Constitution. Students will travel to Runnymede, England, the location where Magna Carta was sealed more than 800 years ago. Naturally, this led a student group from the undergraduate university called […]

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6 Big Topics From Senate Hearing on Censorship by Big Tech

Facebook and Twitter executives testified Wednesday on Capitol Hill about their alleged political bias in the wake of numerous anecdotal instances of censorship reported by users of the social media sites. Carlos Monje Jr., director of public policy for Twitter Inc., and Neil Potts, public policy director for Facebook, appeared before a Senate Judiciary subcommittee […]

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4 Big Issues in Attorney General’s First Hearing After Getting Mueller Report

The special counsel’s report on Russia’s election meddling will be released with redactions within a week, and the results of a separate probe into alleged Justice Department misconduct is coming within two months, Attorney General William Barr told a House panel Tuesday. House Democrats, who weren’t happy to hear about redactions in special counsel Robert […]

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Zuckerberg’s Plan for the Internet Would Be a Disaster for Free Expression

In a recent op-ed, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg implored the state to get more involved in governing the internet. “Every day, we make decisions about what speech is harmful, what constitutes political advertising, and how to prevent sophisticated cyberattacks,” he said. “These are important for keeping our community safe. But if we were starting from […]

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How Gender Identity Extremism at UN Threatens Rights of Real Women and Girls

When thousands of delegates and activists from around the world gathered recently in New York for the United Nations’ 63rd Commission on the Status of Women, the ostensible purpose of the 12-day gathering was to discuss the priority theme of access to social protection systems and to public services and sustainable infrastructure for gender equality, […]

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The Brexit Shambles Stumbles On

On Wednesday, the House of Commons finally reached a majority on a Brexit issue, but only by one vote. This wasn’t a government proposal; it was a parliamentary rebellion to prevent a “no deal exit” and to require an extension to the planned leave date. The Conservative leader of the House of Commons, Andrea Leadsom, […]

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Trump, Newsom Clash Over Illegal Immigration as President Visits California Wall Construction

President Donald Trump was greeted Friday by a friendly crowd of border security officials in California, the state where he has the most political opposition and which has declared itself a “sanctuary state.” He also toured the site of some border wall construction there. Trump was briefed by officials from the U.S. Border Patrol in […]

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Conservatives Call for Tech Giants to Split Ties With SPLC

Silicon Valley has enormous power over the flow of information that reaches people around the globe. That’s why it’s vital for Americans to understand how tech giants can manipulate information, either intentionally or unwittingly, to advance a political agenda. Now, 34 conservative leaders are banding together to call for tech giants Amazon, Facebook, Twitter, and […]

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