Texas Governor Tells Biden He’s ‘In Violation Of U.S. Constitution’ For Failing To Secure Southern Border

While Gov. Greg Abbott Has Yet To Issue A Formal Invasion Declaration, On Wednesday He Took What Many Believe Was The Most Significant Step Toward Doing So.

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U.S. State Department Pushes ‘Gender Transition’ For Kids As States Consider Bans

The U.S. State Department’s Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, And Accessibility (DEIA) Strategic Plan Has Sparked Controversy For Including Taxpayer-Funded “Gender Transition Care” For Employees And Their Children.

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TN Attorney General Leads 20 State Coalition In Filing Comment On HHS Proposed Redefinition Of Sex To Include Gender Identity

In His Comments To Health And Human Services Secretary Xavier Becerra, General Skrmetti Notes That The Department’s Proposed Redefinition Of “Sex” To Include “Gender Identity” Would Deviate From The Language Of The Statute, Promote Sex-Based Discrimination, Threaten Constitutional Rights, And Create Unnecessary Obstacles For Healthcare Providers.

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Christian Schools Association Joins In Lawsuit Against Department Of Education

Tennessee And 19 Other Republican-Led States, Along With The Nation’s Largest Protestant Association Of Christian Schools, Are Teaming Up To Try To Halt A Biden Administration Executive Order That Seeks To “Provide Protection From Discrimination For LGBTQ Students” In Public Schools.

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Texas Conservatives Laud Abbott Declaring Mexican Cartels Foreign Terrorist Organizations, Argue Next Step Is To Declare Invasion

Leaders In Texas And Washington, D.C., Lauded Texas Gov. Greg Abbott’s Designation Of Mexican Drug Cartels As Foreign Terrorist Organizations, A Move They Argue Is Not Only Necessary To Protect Texans And Americans But One They Hope Will Lead To The Governor Declaring An Invasion At The Southern Border.

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TN Attorney General Leads Multi-State AG Coalition In Opposition To Proposed Title IX Changes

Tennessee Attorney General Jonathan Skrmetti Has Objected To The U.S. Department Of Education’s Proposed Title IX Regulations In A Formal Comment Letter Joined By Nineteen Other State Attorneys General.

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National Security Analyst Says D.C. Officials Blaming Border States For ‘Emergency’ Is ‘Ultimate Hypocrisy’

Navy JAG Officer And National Security Law Analyst Said The D.C. Mayor’s Commitment To Sanctuary Status While Also Declaring An Emergency Is An Example Of “Ultimate Hypocrisy. Washington, D.C. Has Purposefully Refused To Cooperate With Federal Law Enforcement On Detainers And Removal Processes.”

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Judge Issues Permanent Injunction On Biden Ban On New Oil & Gas Leasing On Federal Lands, Waters

A Federal Judge Sided With Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry And 12 Other Plaintiff States In A Louisiana-Led Lawsuit, Issuing A Permanent Injunction Against The Biden Administration’s Moratorium On New Oil And Gas Leases On Federal Lands And Water.

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Biden Administration Uses Taxpayer Dollars To Help Grow Public Unions, Critics Push Back

The Federal Office Of Personnel Management Is Actively Helping Public Unions Recruit More Members, And Critics Are Calling It A Major Conflict Of Interest.

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