U.S. Senate To Vote On Respect For Marriage Act; Several Groups Say It’s Unconstitutional

Several Groups Argue The Respect For Marriage Act (ROMA) Currently Before The U.S. Senate Is Unconstitutional, And If Enacted, Will Eventually Be Struck Down By The U.S. Supreme Court.

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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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Landmark TN Supreme Court Decision Finds Mandatory Life Sentences For Juveniles Unconstitutional

In A Landmark Decision, A Majority Panel Of The Tennessee Supreme Court On Friday Struck Down As Unconstitutional Mandatory Life Sentences For Juveniles.

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Vanderbilt Ranks In Top Ten Of Most Fascist Universities In America

Vanderbilt University Has Been Ranked #7 In The Top Ten Most Fascist Universities In America By Front Page Magazine, Published By The David Horowitz Freedom Center.

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5th Circuit Hands Texas Another Win On Immigration, Ruling DACA Is Unconstitutional

The Fifth Circuit Court Of Appeals Upheld A Texas Federal Judge’s Ruling That The Obama-Era Deferred Action For Childhood Arrivals (DACA) Program Is Unconstitutional.

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Leaders Of Tennessee Tech Accused Of First Amendment Violation For Investigating On-Campus Drag Show

A Liberal Group Called The Foundation For Individual Rights And Expression Wrote In A Letter To Tennessee Technological University’s President That Investigating Or Issuing Punishments For Those Involved In A Controversial On-Campus Drag Show Is A Violation Of The First Amendment.

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Washington D.C. Delays Enforcement Of Student Vaccine Mandate After Mass Noncompliance

Washington, D.C.’s Vaccine Mandate For Students Over 12 Years Old Has Been The Subject Of Major Controversy, And Is Now Being Put To The Test After Thousands Of Students Returned To School This Month Without Being Vaccinated.

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Metro Nashville Asks Tennessee Supreme Court For Another Look At School Voucher Decision

Rather Than Accepting The Tennessee Supreme Court’s Recent Decision To Allow The State’s Pilot Education Savings Account Program To Move Forward, Metro Nashville Is Asking The Court To Rethink Its Decision.

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Tennessee’s New Residency Election Law Is Unconstitutional

The New Residency Requirement Is Unconstitutional And Undemocratic. The U.S. Constitution Sets Forth Eligibility Requirements For The U.S. House. Under Article I, Section 2, A Representative Must Have Been A U.S. Citizen For At Least Seven Years, At Least 25 Years Old, And Must Live In The State They Represent. Neither Congress, Nor A State May Impose Additional Eligibility Office Requirements.
Considering The Law Is Notoriously Unlawful, Voters Can’t Help Wondering What Suddenly Inspired The Tennessee General Assembly To Add This Blatantly Illegal Requirement To The State’s Eligibility Rules For National Elections? The Answer Is More Obvious Than Finding Fleas On A Tennessee Hound Dog!

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