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Stop Protecting Presidents From History

Stop Protecting Presidents From History

by James Bovard Former president Donald Trump has filed a lawsuit to block release of speech drafts, call logs, and handwritten notes regarding the January 6 Capitol Clash. Trump is seeking to prohibit the National Archives from delivering those records to a congressional committee investigating the events of January 6th. President Joe Biden has refused to invoke […]

BREAKING: Federal Court Temporarily Blocks Biden’s Vaccine Mandate

BREAKING: Federal Court Temporarily Blocks Biden’s Vaccine Mandate

by Ailan Evans The United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit temporarily halted the Biden administration’s rule requiring employers with over 100 workers to mandate COVID-19 vaccinations or implement weekly testing In a ruling issued Saturday on a lawsuit filed by state attorneys general, the court ordered the vaccine mandate to be temporarily […]

Lawsuit Seeking Injunction Filed Against Los Angeles District Attorney

Lawsuit Seeking Injunction Filed Against Los Angeles District Attorney

News Release Los Angeles, October 14, 2021 – The Association of Deputy District Attorneys for Los Angeles County (ADDA) is seeking an injunction in Superior Court to prevent District Attorney George Gascon from continuing to violate the law by again appointing ineligible political supporters to civil service protected positions in the District Attorney’s Office.  This action is necessary […]

Superior Court Judge Grants Injunction Closing BSF Gym Over COVID-19 Restrictions

Superior Court Judge Grants Injunction Closing BSF Gym Over COVID-19 Restrictions

Owners vow ‘to stay open’ By Michael Hernandez VENTURA—Superior Court Judge Henry J. Walsh today in Courtroom 42 granted a preliminary injunction closing (Better Stronger Faster) BSF Gym and Fitness Center. Gym co-owner Lindsey Cohn when asked on the court room stand, if she intended to close the gym said: “I will do whatever God […]

Federal Judge Denies Injunction Against California Anti-Contractor Law After Admitting It Causes Harm

Federal Judge Denies Injunction Against California Anti-Contractor Law After Admitting It Causes Harm

BY MATTHEW VADUM   A federal judge refused to grant Uber and Postmates an injunction against California’s unusually restrictive anti-contractor law, even after acknowledging the law would cause the two companies “irreparable harm.” The law, known as AB5, forces companies to reclassify their freelancers as employees, which goes against their business model. When it took effect Jan. 1, […]

Judge urges quick action in NSA-spying challenge

Judge urges quick action in NSA-spying challenge

 Follow us on Twitter       By Bob Unruh September 3, 2015   Warning he would not allow the government’s spying on millions of Americans through their cell phones to continue unfettered, a federal judge in Washington, D.C., on Wednesday indicated he’s anxious to move forward quickly in a case that challenges the National […]