Tag: states’ rights

The Latest: NFL seeks sports gambling guidance from Congress

Exclusive – Kobach: A Huge Victory for States’ Rights and the Tenth Amendment

There has been a great deal of media coverage of the Supreme Court’s decision on Monday striking down a 1992 federal law that prohibited sports betting in most states. The decision, Murphy v. NCAA, struck down the Professional and Amateur Sports Protection Act (PAPSA) which generally prohibited states from authorizing sports gambling.

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Federal Court: Arkansas Can Block Planned Parenthood’s Medicaid Funding

A federal appeals court ruled Wednesday that Arkansas may block Planned Parenthood’s Medicaid reimbursement funding in response to the release of videos by undercover journalists that exposed the abortion chain’s alleged profiteering from the sales of aborted baby parts.

WASHINGTON, DC - JULY 01: (AFP OUT) US President Donald Trump participates in the Celebrate Freedom Rally at the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts on July 1, 2017 in Washington, DC. (Photo by Olivier Douliery-Pool via Getty Images)

Seven Ways Trump Is Taking Back America’s Culture

Andrew Breitbart famously said, “Politics is downstream of culture,” and while establishment Republicans seem unwilling to defend America’s culture and values on many fronts, President Donald Trump is already changing the country’s politics by taking back its culture from progressives.

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Heritage Panel Warns Trump About Making School Choice a Federal Program

A panel of education policy experts agree the Trump administration appears to be moving toward some form of federal management of school choice, but warns that attempts to influence school choice policy from Washington, D.C. could undermine the president’s stated goals of returning education decisions back to the states and local governments.

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California Defies Trump on Transgender Bathrooms for Kids

The California Department of Education reacted angrily Wednesday to President Donald Trump’s decision to withdraw President Barack Obama’s federal guidelines on transgender facilities in public schools.

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Arnold Schwarzenegger Attacks EPA Nominee Scott Pruitt

Former California governor Arnold Schwarzenegger took to social media Monday to attack President Donald Trump’s nominee for Director of the Environmental Protection Agency, Oklahoma Attorney General Scott Pruitt.

nti-abortion activists hold placards before a US Supreme Court ruling on a Texas law placing restrictions on abortion clinics, outside of the Supreme Court on June 27, 2016 in Washington, DC. In a case with far-reaching implications for millions of women across the United States, the court ruled 5-3 to …

Ten Pro-Life Highlights of 2016

The national pro-life movement has experienced multiple successes in 2016. Ten of the major highlights of the past year are especially noteworthy.

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No, the Constitution Is Not Racist, Sexist, or Outdated

As America celebrates Constitution Day, one expert reflects on the tragic reality that many of the nation’s students are being taught myths that claim the Constitution is a racist, sexist document that belongs to the horse-and-buggy era.