South Carolina Gov. Henry McMaster has signed legislation barring male-born athletes from girls’ and women’s scholastic sports, drawing kudos from advocates for fairness in female athletics and criticism from the gender-identity movement.
Author: Valerie Richardson
Frustration builds over DOJ’s lackluster response to protests at Supreme Court justices’ homes
A few hours after Attorney General Merrick Garland promised to beef up Supreme Court security, it was business as usual in front of Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s house.
Protester says Amy Coney Barrett, who gave birth five times, doesn’t understand pregnancy
Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett has given birth five times, but a protester in front of her house said the conservative jurist doesn’t realize what it’s like to undergo a full-term pregnancy.
U.S. Marshals ordered to protect Supreme Court justices amid rising protests
Attorney General Merrick Garland has ordered the U.S. Marshals Service to help protect Supreme Court justices amid rising Republican outrage over abortion-rights activism targeting their homes.
Manchin joins Senate Republicans in blocking Democratic abortion bill
Senate Democrats came up short Wednesday in their bid to pass legislation erasing abortion limits as Republicans stood firm in a display of political theater triggered by last week’s leaked Supreme Court draft showing that Roe v. Wade is living on borr…
Republicans, Democrats trade extremism charges in showdown on doomed abortion bill
A bill to wipe out abortion restrictions nationwide took center stage Wednesday as Senate Democrats teed up a bill that has virtually no chance of passage but allows both sides to play to their base.
Lauren Boebert calls Lori Lightfoot ‘insurrectionist’ after mayor’s ‘call to arms’ on Supreme Court
Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot met with pushback on the right after declaring that the Supreme Court’s leaked draft opinion on abortion was a “call to arms.”
New White House press secretary called Fox News ‘racist,’ made ‘stolen election’ claims
Karine Jean-Pierre is preparing to take over for Jen Psaki as White House press secretary at the end of the week, and her previous blasts at those who don’t share her progressive views are drawing fresh media attention.
Senate Republicans urge Biden administration not to cave to left on hunting, fishing
Senate Republicans on Tuesday addressed growing fears that the Biden administration may curtail hunting and fishing on national wildlife refuges after opting to settle rather than fight an environmental lawsuit.
Democrats keep laser-focused on support for Roe, ignore widespread backing of abortion restrictions
Democrats are touting polls showing that most Americans favor upholding Roe v. Wade, but what they’re not saying is that voters also want to see significant restrictions on abortion that are opposed by the left.