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SCOTUS Dismisses Abortion Pill Mandate Case, Upholds Religious Liberty

Pro-life doctors lack standing to challenge Biden’s abortion pill mandate, the Supreme Court unanimously held Thursday — but paved the way for Republican-led states to challenge the mandate — and the decision is a win for religious liberty, affirming that pro-life doctors cannot be forced to participate in abortion.

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SCOTUS Clears Historic Texas Immigration Law for Enforcement

The U.S. Supreme Court issued a ruling on Tuesday allowing the Texas SB4 Immigration Law to go into effect, at least for now. The action by the court will leave in place an appeals court administrative stay on an earlier federal judge’s preliminary injunction blocking the law from taking effect as scheduled. The latest ruling will see the matter sent back to United States Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals who will hear the case on appeal.

With no Border Patrol agents available, a group of migrants surrender to Texas DPS trooper

Controversial Texas Immigration Law Could Take Effect Today

Texas SB4 Immigration Law will go into effect Wednesday afternoon if the U.S. Supreme Court takes no further action before 4 p.m.  The new law will allow state and local law enforcement officers to arrest and prosecute migrants illegally entering the state. The law would also provide a mechanism for migrants to be removed from the United States as part of their sentencing process for the crime of illegally entering the state.

Texas DPS on Border

Texas Immigration Law Paused by U.S. Supreme Court

The U.S. Supreme Court intervened in the legal battle over a new Texas immigration law that would allow state law enforcement officers to arrest migrants who illegally enter the state. The U.S. Court of Appeals for the 5th Circuit issued a temporary stay of a previous order blocking the implementation of a newly enacted Texas law. The latest SCOTUS ruling will temporarily halt the law’s implementation until March 13.

A Texas border showdown is building between the State of Texas and U.S. Department of Home

BORDER SHOWDOWN: Texas Defies Feds — ‘We Will Continue to Deploy Razor Wire’

The Texas Military Department says it will continue to “hold the line in Shelby Park” in their efforts to “deter and prevent unlawful entry into the State of Texas.” Under Operation Lone Star orders from Governor Greg Abbott, the Texas National Guard’s actions continue despite a second demand letter from the Department of Homeland Security to release control of the park seized by the State earlier this month. Governor Abbott pledged to continue deploying razor wire along the Rio Grande border with Mexico.

Texas Defies 2nd Demand from Biden Administration to remove razor wire in Shelby Park. (Ge

It’s Not Over, Says Texas Governor Following SCOTUS Border Razor-Wire Order

“This is not over,” Texas Governor Greg Abbott tweeted on Monday evening after the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that Border Patrol agents can cut the razor-wire border barriers along the Rio Grande. The court granted an emergency appeal from the Biden administration allowing federal agents to access the Texas border with Mexico being fenced off by the Texas Military Department.

Border Patrol moves razor wire. (File Photos: State of Texas)

D.C. Insider: ‘Despicable’ Media Attacks on Conservative Justice Clarence Thomas Part of Left’s Effort to ‘Undermine’ Supreme Court

Left-wing publications, like the New York Times, the Atlantic, and ProPublica, have been engaged in a smear campaign against conservative Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas in recent months — an effort a D.C. insider and close friend of the justice says is “part of Left’s effort to undermine [the] Court and ultimately pack it.”

FILE - Associate Justice Clarence Thomas joins other members of the Supreme Court as they

Harvard on SCOTUS Decision Overturning Race-Based Admissions: ‘We will Comply’ but Ruling ‘Does Not Change Our Values’

Harvard University released a statement and a video address shortly after the Supreme Court delivered a ruling dashing the school’s race-based admissions process on Thursday, saying that while the school “will comply” with the decision, it does not change their belief that race should be considered in the admissions process.

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DHS Chief Alejandro Mayorkas Vows to Reinstate ‘Sanctuary Country’ Orders After SCOTUS Ruling

After the Supreme Court ruled that states lack standing to sue President Joe Biden’s administration for not enforcing federal immigration law, Department of Homeland Security (DHS) Secretary Alejandro Mayorkas says he will reinstate the agency’s so-called “sanctuary country” orders that shield most of the nation’s illegal aliens from arrest and deportation. 

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