Tuesday, June 28, 2022

Any Institution the Left Doesn’t Control They Seek to Destroy

June 28 2022
Good morning from Washington, where radical leftists react to the Supreme Court's ruling ending abortion on demand by dismissing the legitimacy of the highest court in the land. Jarrett Stepman calls them out. What did the justices say in upholding a coach's right to pray after high school football games? Tom Jipping has details. On the podcast, we review who really helps those facing an unexpected pregnancy. Plus: Arizona goes all-out for school choice and Senate Republicans slam the president over his border crisis. Thirty years ago today,  two of the strongest earthquakes ever to hit California strike the desert east of Los Angeles as a 7.3 magnitude quake is followed by a 6.3 magnitude tremor.
Any Institution the Left Doesn't Control They Seek to Destroy
By Jarrett Stepman

Following the Dobbs decision, which overturned Roe v. Wade, Rep. Alexandria Ocasio Cortez marched with protesters in front of the Supreme Court and joined in chants of "illegitimate."
This Supreme Court Ruling Will Prove Vital to Defending Voter ID and Other Laws
By Hans von Spakovsky

The court's decision in Berger v. NAACP will help prevent state officials from sabotaging the defense of state election laws and other measures being attacked by their political allies and friends.
'Our Establishment Clause Jurisprudence Has Gone Off the Rails': Supreme Court Gives Praying Coach a Win
By Thomas Jipping

The First Amendment's free speech and religion clauses are not "warring" with each other, writes Justice Neil Gorsuch.
Senate Republicans' Report Condemns 'Biden's Border Crisis'
By Simon Hankinson

At current rates, the Biden border is allowing in enough illegal immigrants to fill a city the size of Houston or Chicago in a year.
Here's Where to Go If You Need Help With Your Unexpected Pregnancy
By Douglas Blair

"There is a pregnancy resource center movement with well over 3,000 pregnancy care centers," says Jeanne Mancini, president of March for Life.
No Longer a News Mag, Time Champions 'Gender-Expansive' Teens
By Tim Graham

When someone wants to complain about how our most respected news outlets once attempted to look "objective" but now dwell on performative activism, see Time magazine.
Arizona Extends School Choice to All K-12 Students
By Jason Bedrick

The new policy especially benefits students from low-income families. The typical award of about $6,600 covers the median elementary private school tuition.

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