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‘No, They Don’t’: Joe Biden Dismisses Idea that Voters ‘Deserve’ to Know Court Packing Stance

by Hannah Bleau Joe Biden (D) said during an interview this week that voters do not deserve to know his position on court packing. “I know you said yesterday you aren’t going to answer the question until after the election, … Continue reading

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Ted Cruz’s Former Harvard Law Professor Takes a Swipe at Kayleigh McEnany, and Cruz Levels Him

by Sister Toldjah To say that Sen. Ted Cruz (R-TX) and his former Constitutional law professor Laurence Tribe (Harvard) don’t exactly have the most cordial post-law school student/teacher relationship would be quite the understatement. The two have been known to … Continue reading

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Tenth Amendment Issue – State Refusing to Pay for Refugee Program it Quit

Bureaucrats still sending bills for federal effort to Tennessee Citing the 10th Amendment, Tennessee’s General Assembly is asking the U.S. Supreme Court to affirm the state can drop out of a program in which the federal government has settled thousands … Continue reading

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