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Will Texas Cave like North Carolina?

Katie Kieffer, Let’s talk toilets—specifically, transgender-designated toilets in Texas. Democrats are messing with Texas, pushing hard against SB 6, the Texas Privacy Act, which makes an individual’s biological sex the determining factor for accessing bathrooms, locker rooms and shower rooms in the Lone Star State. “Essentially what they’re arguing about is, Should trans people be

New Hampshire Bill Prohibiting Forced Use of Common Core Passes Senate

Jenni White, A bill to prevent the state government from requiring schools to use the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) passed the New Hampshire Senate. CCSS is a set of national standards dictating what students should know at the end of each grade level. Senate Bill 44, introduced in January 2017, would “[prohibit] the department

That time California legalized child prostitution

Jazz Shaw, One of the stranger food fights in the Twittersphere this week erupted over a story which indicated that California had legalized child prostitution. Now, I’ll be the first to admit that I’ve seen the Golden State pass all sorts of measures that left me picking my jaw up off the floor, but

6 Things You Need to Know About Potential Department of Homeland Security Pick Kris Kobach

Frank Camp, President-elect Donald Trump has been hard at work selecting individuals to fill various government positions when he takes office on January 20, 2017. Kansas secretary of state, Kris Kobach, appears to be in the running for Secretary of the Department of Homeland Security. Here are six things you need to know about Kris Kobach: 1. He has degrees

Bill allowing guns on Tennessee campuses becomes law

Educators and other full-time staffers at Tennessee’s public state universities and colleges will soon be able to carry handguns on campus after Governor Bill Haslam allowed a bill to become law on Monday without his signature. The bill that the Republican governor allowed to become law had little opposition in both houses, easily passing 69-24

There’s no such thing as ˜reasonable suspicion’ of immigrants

Ana Christina DaSilva Iddings,  My path to the United States, 20 years ago, was far less traumatic than that of the 52,000 unaccompanied children from Central America who have arrived at the southern U.S. border since October. Since many of these children don’t qualify for asylum, immigration officials move them to detention centers — after

Isla Vista Eyewitnesses: Two Shooters Involved in UCSB Massacre

Memory Hole Updated 5/29/14, : SB Police dispatch audio indicates “two suspects in custody with gunshot wounds.” Frequently initial eyewitness accounts of violent crime scenes prove especially helpful for independent researchers to piece together what actually may have transpired. For example, in the aftermath of the major political assassinations of the late 1960s, the Oklahoma

Another Pro-Gun VICTORY: Idaho Passes New Legislation

Idaho has been exerting its sovereignty lately and deciding what is best for their state.  They recently passed a law nullifying all future federal gun control measures, and have sought to nullify all EPA regulations within their state. Now, they have passed a law allowing concealed firearms on college campuses by law-abiding citizens.  A witness