Individuals Call For Assassination Of Justice Clarence Thomas After Roe V Wade Ruling

Individuals Have Been Calling On Social Media For The Assassination Of U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas After He Issued A Separate Concurring Opinion On Friday In A Ruling That Struck Down Roe V. Wade…

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FBI Investigates Acts Of Violence Committed Against Churches, Pro-Life Groups

In Response To 19 Attorneys General Requesting The Department Of Justice Investigate Violence Being Committed Against Pro-Life Groups, The FBI Announced It Was Investigating Attacks Committed Against Prolife And Faith-Based Groups.

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Rep. Burchett Asks for Investigation of Price Gouging and Stockpiling of Baby Formula in TN

A Tennessee Congressman Is Pushing For Investigation Of Possible Stockpiling And Price Gouging As A Baby Formula Shortage Continues To Plague The State. With Tennessee Sitting At The Top Of The List For Most Empty Shelves, Families Are Struggling To Find The Formula They Need To Feed Their Babies.

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Whistleblower Evidence Shows Biden’s DOJ Is Targeting Parents With FBI Investigations

Despite Sworn Testimony By U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland That The U.S. Department Of Justice Isn’t Targeting Parents After He Directed The Department To Do So Last Fall, A Whistleblower Has Come Forward To The House Judiciary Committee Providing Evidence That The FBI Is In Fact Investigating Parents.

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25 State Attorneys General Call On Garland To Enforce Law Prohibiting Intimidation Of Federal Judges

Twenty-Five State Attorneys General, Led By Alabama AG Steve Marshall, Are Calling On U.S. Attorney General Merrick Garland To Enforce A Federal Law That Prohibits Anyone From Targeting Judges’ Homes. The Group Includes Tennessee Attorney General Herbert Slatery III.

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14 AGs Sue Biden Administration Over Changing Asylum Policy

Fourteen Attorneys General, Led By Arizona, Louisiana And Missouri, Have Sued The Biden Administration For Altering Immigration Policies Established By Congress Related To The Immigration Asylum Process.

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22 AGs File Brief With SCOTUS Against Federal Firearm Accessory Ban

Twenty-Two State Attorneys General, Led By AGs From Montana And West Virginia, Have Petitioned The U.S. Supreme Court Over A Bureau Of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms And Explosives Rule They Argue Would Immediately Transform Hundreds Of Thousands Of Law-Abiding Gun Owners Into Criminals.

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Parents Voice Concerns Over Hamilton County Schools Decision To Administer Social Emotional Learning Surveys

Hamilton County Schools Released A Statement Informing Parents That They Would Be Conducting Student “Well-Being Checks” During The Months Of March And April, Leaving Many Parents With Concerns Over The Content Of The Social Emotional Learning Surveys Used As Part Of The Process.

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AGs Sue Biden Administration Over DOJ’s Call To Investigate Protesting Parents

Fourteen Republican Attorneys General Have Sued The Biden Administration For Not Responding To A Freedom Of Information Request Related To The Department Of Justice Calling For Surveillance Of Parents Expressing Opinions At School Board Meetings And Other Forums.

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Judiciary Committee Republicans Expand Inquiry Into Federal Policing Of School Board Meetings

Yesterday, January 18th, 2022, Tennessee Senator Marsha Blackburn Along With Senator Chuck Grassley (R-Iowa) And Nine Of Their Senate Colleagues Expanded Their Ongoing Probe Into The Federal Government’s Policing Of School Board Meetings To Include The Department Of Education.

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