The Associated Press is reporting today the Supreme Court approved the Trump administration ban on travel from six mostly war-torn countries, a victory for President Donald Trump in the “biggest legal controversy of his young presidency.” Continue reading
In a heartwarming video report Daily Signal Senior News Producer Kelsey Harkness covers how horses provide a natural “radar” and “hazard avoidance” that earn them an honored place of service even amid increasingly high-tech systems coming online as President Trump secures America’s southern border. Continue reading
At multiple meetings of Tulsa County Republican Clubs, grassroots activists are quizzing State Legislators on the state budget which appears to kick financial crisis down the road with one time tricks and “fees” that are, at least, questionable. Some have drawn legal challenge.
Oklahoma could learn from Illinois. Continue reading
Anni Cyrus, a former Muslim who works for the American Truth Project, gives a clear breakdown of what Sharia law is and how it impedes upon the lives of millions of people living in the United States.
“I went through much prison time, rape, forced marriage and much more because there were no rights for women under Islamic law,” Cyrus told The Daily Wire in 2015.
On video, she explains: As a Muslim, if you decide to follow Sharia, you will have a very limited life because, in Sharia, there are details all the way from how to walk into your bathroom, amazingly, all the way to how to, successfully, finish your term of life — meaning, how to die. Continue reading
Rejecting an attempt by the government to censor trademark names that might cause offense, a unanimous U.S. Supreme Court has ruled that even speech that some find offensive is protected by the First Amendment.
In striking down a federal trademark statute that allowed the government to reject trademark applications for names it considered insulting to persons or groups, the Court reasoned that “trademarks are private, not government, speech,” and should therefore “not be banned on the ground that it expresses ideas that offend.” Continue reading