Will the Supreme Court Overrule Roe and Casey?

In 1973, the Court invented a right to abortion that makes the U.S. an extreme outlier in the world. Now, it has a chance to undo that grievous wrong.

NRPLUS MEMBER ARTICLE O ut of nearly 200 nations in the world, just seven allow elective abortions after the 20th week of pregnancy. The United States is one of them, as are the brutal communist regimes of North Korea, Vietnam, and China.
One big reason why American abortion law is so extreme is the Supreme Court. In Roe v. Wade and the Casey decision that upheld Roe, the Court ruled that the U.S.

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‘If everybody’s white, there can’t be any racial bias’: The disappearance of Hispanic drivers from traffic records

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A Louisiana Law Department That Polices Itself

When sheriff’s deputies in Jefferson Parish, Louisiana, pulled over Octavio Lopez for an expired inspection tag in 2018, they wrote on his traffic ticket that he is white. Lopez, who is from Nicaragua, is Hispanic and speaks only Spanish, said his wife.

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Project Censored, Part 2: The New Normal Is More Normalized Censorship

Project Censored’s State of the Free Press 2022, edited by Andy Lee Roth and Mickey Huff, is available for preorder now. Published in collaboration with Random Lengths News, this is the second of two parts. Read the first five stories on the list here. 
6. Canary Mission Blacklists Pro-Palestinian Activists, Chilling Free-Speech Rights
Before the “critical race theory” moral panic fueled a nationwide uprising to censor discussions of race in education, there was an opposite moral panic decrying “cancel culture” stifling certain people—especially in education.

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Arbery and Rittenhouse trials show the transcendent strength of our jury system

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Three defendants have all been convicted in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery. Travis McMichael, Gregory McMichael and William “Roddie” Bryan Jr. are now looking at life in prison. Their trial in Brunswick, Georgia, was a testament to two key elements in the criminal justice system: the integrity of the American jury and the power of videotape evidence.

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What Does the Recent Set of Exonerations Tell Us About the Criminal Justice System?

A number of high-profile exonerations have made national headlines this month.
Among November’s exonerations was that of David Morris, a Maryland man whose murder conviction was secured when the prosecutor illegally withheld crucial exculpatory evidence from his defense.
Two weeks after the judge in the Morris case threw out his conviction, on Nov. 17, the Manhattan District Attorney’s office announced that two men convicted of killing Malcolm X in 1996  would be cleared of all charges, due to misconduct by the Federal Bureau of Investigation and the prosecutors in their cases.

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Those Whiny Nazis Are Now Broke Nazis, Too

Josh Smith, attorney for Matthew Heimbach, Matthew Parrott, and the Traditionalist Working Party, walks away after speaking with media after a jury gave a partial verdict in Sines v Kessler case on November 23, 2021, at the Federal Courthouse in Charlottesville, Va. (Andrew Shurtleff / The Daily Progress via AP)

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‘Jamie’s Law’ Would Mandate Background Check for Every Bullet You Buy

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For all the Left’s ongoing hoopla about the dire necessity for “common sense gun control,” nothing currently being proposed makes any more sense than measures already tried and failed. The American public has seen and heard it all before, and is even less interested in buying into it today than in years past. 
But the Left keeps trying. Their latest gambit is to attack ammunition purchases.

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This survivor of Mao’s Cultural Revolution warns of what’s to come if Democrats control education

Yukong Zhao is the president of the Asian American Coalition for Education . He also ran for Congress in 2020 and is a candidate for the Florida House of Representatives in 2022. He has taken a strong stance against affirmative education programs and believes there is too much left-wing indoctrination in schools. After the successful gubernatorial campaign of Glenn Youngkin in Virginia, Zhao feels many are waking up to the toxic brainwashing centers many of our nation’s schools have become.

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This survivor of Mao’s Cultural Revolution warns of what’s to come if Democrats control education

Yukong Zhao is the president of the Asian American Coalition for Education . He also ran for Congress in 2020 and is a candidate for the Florida House of Representatives in 2022. He has taken a strong stance against affirmative education programs and believes there is too much left-wing indoctrination in schools. After the successful gubernatorial campaign of Glenn Youngkin in Virginia, Zhao feels many are waking up to the toxic brainwashing centers many of our nation’s schools have become.

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This survivor of Mao’s Cultural Revolution warns of what’s to come if Democrats control education

Yukong Zhao is the president of the Asian American Coalition for Education . He also ran for Congress in 2020 and is a candidate for the Florida House of Representatives in 2022. He has taken a strong stance against affirmative education programs and believes there is too much left-wing indoctrination in schools. After the successful gubernatorial campaign of Glenn Youngkin in Virginia, Zhao feels many are waking up to the toxic brainwashing centers many of our nation’s schools have become.

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