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Planned Parenthood And ACLU File Federal Lawsuit Against Alabama Abortion Legislation

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU), the ACLU of Alabama and the Planned Parenthood Federation of America filed a lawsuit Friday morning against restrictive Alabama abortion legislation signed in May. ACLU groups and Planned Parenthood filed the lawsuit “on behalf of Alabama abortion providers” in the United States District Court of the Middle District of Alabama, according to a press ...

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ACLU Sues Indiana Over Ban On Second Trimester Abortion Method

The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) of Indiana sued the state Thursday less than a full day after its governor signed into a law a ban on dilation and evacuation abortions. The ACLU, a nonprofit legal and advocacy group, filed a lawsuit Thursday challenging House Enrolled Act 1211 (HEA 1211), which bans dilation and evacuation abortions. The group filed its ...

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ACLU Issues Florida ‘Travel Warning’ For Black, Brown And Latinx Persons

The American Civil Liberties Union issued a travel warning Monday in which they warned black, brown, or Latinx persons not to travel to Florida because of a dangerous ‘draconian’ immigration bill. The ACLU said in a tweet: “BREAKING: We and partners have issued a travel advisory urging immigrants and people of color to use extreme caution when traveling in Florida. ...

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People Won’t Be Able To Abort Babies Based On Race, Sex Or Handicaps In Kentucky

Republican Kentucky Gov. Matt Bevin signed a bill Tuesday banning abortions on the basis of race, sex or disability despite a pending lawsuit from a legal advocacy group. Bevin signed House Bill 5 “prohibit[ing] an abortion if the pregnant woman is seeking the abortion, in whole or in part, because of an unborn child’s sex, race, color, national origin, or ...

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ACLU Wants Senate to Grill AG Nominee William Barr Over Surveillance, Privacy Concerns

Attorney General nominee William Barr has a controversial past, according to the American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU). ACLU is warning lawmakers that Barr’s “record regarding the privacy and Fourth Amendment…raises serious concerns about his suitability” for the position. That controversial past, according to ACLU, involves warrantless surveillance of the American people and the push to make it easier for phone ...

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Open Borders Judge Halts Illegal Alien Deportations

A federal judge with a clear “open borders” agenda has ordered the Trump administration to halt deportations of illegal alien minors and adults who crossed the border together. BREAKING: A federal judge has blocked the Trump administration from deporting parents and children that it forcibly separated until at least July 23. #FamiliesBelongTogether — ACLU (@ACLU) July 16, 2018 Judge Dana ...

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In the Wake of Charlottesville, Second Amendment Rights are Under Fire

After White Nationalists and their counterparts caused violence to erupt in Charlottesville, Virginia back in August, Americans witnessed a very odd occurrence. Suddenly, Virginia bureaucrats sought to impinge on our constitutional right to bear arms. First, Va governor Terry McAuliffe very publicly and very falsely alleged that “eighty percent of the people here had semiautomatic weapons,” and even went so ...

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Trump Drop Kicks Malcontent National Anthem Protesters

As the National Football League continues to slowly twist upon the tree of woe, President Donald Trump has waded into the fray with a blistering criticism of the malcontents who are protesting the national anthem. During a rousing speech in Huntsville, Alabama on Friday night, the POTUS blasted the oppressed multimillionaires who sit on their asses or take a knee ...

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ACLU Furious That Florida Sheriff Won’t Allow Sex Offenders in Hurricane Shelters

As the monstrous 180-mph death storm Hurricane Irma continues to churn towards Florida, the ACLU has its panties in a bunch over the words of one county sheriff who is doing his duty to protect the citizens. Polk County – which is east of Tampa – is prepared to open hurricane shelters but with a big caveat – no sex ...

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ACLU Demands Investigation of Police at Phoenix Trump Rally

You could tell how disappointed that the left, their media mouthpieces and all haters were after the police in Phoenix stymied ANTIFA goons and activists who wanted to provoke violence during President Trump’s speech on Tuesday. Unlike Charlottesville where an incompetent mayor and a political hack governor were unable to keep the peace when radical leftists invaded the city to incite ...

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With Gay Marriage In, ACLU Drops Backing of Religious Freedom Law

While the ink is still wet on Justice Kennedy’s controversial decision to legalize gay marriage, the ACLU has dropped its support of the Federal ‘Religious Freedom’ law. The Religious Freedom Restoration Act (RFRA) was passed to prevent citizens from having to choose between their religious beliefs and negative recourse. President Clinton signed RFRA into law in 1993 saying that “governments should ...

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The Confederate Corner with George Neat September 3rd – Syria, Secession and Secularism

When: Tuesday, September 3rd, 10pm Eastern/7pm Pacific Where: Confederate Corner with George Neat on Blog Talk Radio What: Yes there are Confederates north of the Mason-Dixon line, and George Neat is one of them. And we’re happy to bring his views to you in the “Confederate Corner” radio show. For more information on George and his political views, please drop by ...

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Ordering Pizza in the Future

I don’t often agree with the ACLU but they may have this one right. You thought there was too much government in 2006–what about now??? Are you concerned about too much government intrusion in your life? How much does the government know about you? What records are they keeping? Worried about the electronic health care requirements? How much personal information ...

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Occupy Wall Street Gets Evicted [Video]

Early Tuesday morning, the NYPD cleared Zucotti park of the Occupy Wall Street protesters some 70 of them by arrest. The protesters were told that once the park was cleaned that they may return, but without tents, sleeping bags or other equipment that would indicate an intent to camp out on the privately-owned park. From NBC New York: Hundreds of ...

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