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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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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AGs Take Measures To Protect Americans Who Donated To Canada’s Freedom Convoy

Several Republican Attorneys General Have Taken Action Against Two Crowdfunding Sites In An Effort To Protect Americans Who Donated To The Canadian Freedom Convoy, A Group Of Truckers And Pro-Liberty Canadians Peacefully Protesting Against Covid-19 Vaccine Mandates And Other Restrictions Imposed By Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

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National School Boards Association Apologizes For Letter Comparing Concerned Parents To Terrorists

The National School Boards Association Late Friday Apologized To Its Members For A Letter It Sent To The Biden Administration That Compared Parents Protesting Local School Policies Such As Covid-19 Mask Mandates And The Teaching Of Critical Race Theory To Acts Of “Domestic Terrorism.”

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AG Slatery Joins Efforts Opposing Federal Control Of State Elections

In A Letter To Congressional Leaders, TN Attorney General Herbert H. Slatery III & 22 Other Attorneys General Warn That Legislation Under Consideration In Congress Would Allow The U.S. Dept. Of Justice To Federalize The Election System By Usurping The Authority States Rightly Possess Over The Administration Of Their Elections.

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Education Secretary Walks Back Critical Race Theory Preference For Federal Grants

Republicans Declared Victory After The U.S. Dept Of Education Released New Info Appearing To Walk Back Previous Language That Encouraged Schools To Teach Critical Race Theory And Gave Preferential Treatment When Awarding Grants If They Did So.

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18 States Seek To Stop California From Establishing A Nationwide Climate Change Policy

Indiana Attorney General Todd Rokita And 17 Other States Want To Stop What Looks Like California’s Attempt To Establish A Nationwide Climate Change Policy, And They Hope The U.S. Supreme Court Will Help.

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