SCOTUS

Loper Bright Case: A Turning Point for Firearm Regulation?

As the Supreme Court prepares to review Loper Bright Enterprises v. Raimondo, a case challenging the Chevron doctrine, its decision could have unforeseen consequences on various aspects of federal regulation, including those governing firearms and related components like bump stocks.

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Candidates

HD-39 GOP Primary Candidate Comes Out of Left Field

From what I can gather, Erick Harris, the GOP candidate in HD-39, is very open about the fact that he used to be a Democrat. There’s nothing unusual about that – plenty of Oklahoma Republicans were once Democrats – but his journey was unique.

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WATCH: Bodycam Footage of Nashville School Shooting

The bodycam footage shows Metropolitan Nashville Police Department Officers Rex Engelbert, a 4-year veteran, and Michael Collazo, a 9-year veteran, …

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Woolley Documentary: Get Your Tickets

We are excited to announce the upcoming premiere of a documentary we at Project 46 have been working on for …

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FBI Setting Table to Investigate Catholics

These documents, which have been since retracted by the Federal Bureau of Investigation, provide an even more disturbing insight than before – about the FBI obfuscating their moral for a formal authority – and requires further investigation immediately.

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Education

Transforming Education: The Case for Privatizing Our Public Schools

Is privatizing our public school system the solution to fixing our struggling educational system? While the debate continues, proponents argue that it could lead to increased funding, more accountability, and greater school choice. In this article, we examine the case for privatizing our schools and explore the potential benefits and drawbacks of such a transformative change.

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