This week, the nation’s highest court made two decisions that could profoundly affect the future of educational freedom in the United States.
“The Framers made a clear choice: They reserved to all Americans the right to bear arms for self-defense. I do not think we should stand by idly while a State denies its citizens that right.”
The Supreme Court has the chance to protect the civil liberties of those who speak and act in accord with what Americans had always previously believed about marriage — that it is the union of husband and wife.
The 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled unanimously last week that a Mississippi law that protects religious liberty and the rights of conscience in light of the redefinition of marriage may go into effect.
Controversial comments Vermont Secretary of State Jim Condos made about a voter fraud lawsuit in the Northeast Kingdom aren’t sitting well with one of the attorneys in the case.
Secretary of State James Condos has refused to apologize for his public remarks concerning the merits of a pending lawsuit in Essex County Superior Court, Tracey Martel v. Town of Victory.