The Wisconsin Court of Appeals has vacated the circuit court's order related to the Department of Children and Families Rule requiring firearm storage requirements and prohibiting foster parents from carrying a weapon while in the presence of foster children, and remanded the decision to them to allow the Department to address the Lafferty's argument against the rule in light of the framework set forth in New York State Rifle & Pistol Ass'n, Inc. v. Bruen and to obtain benefit of the circuit courts decision applying the Bruen standard, and to address whether the form the Laffertys were required to sign as a condition of being foster parents constitutes an administrative rule which has not been promulgated through the rulemaking process.
The National Dialogue launched in Egypt in May 2023 following a call for a political dialogue by President Al-Sisi in April 2022, but it is unlikely to bring meaningful change due to certain design flaws and the decision to preclude the possibility of constitutional change.
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A court has rejected the claim made by a man that Facebook and Twitter violated his First Amendment rights, due to both platforms restricting his account access over various posts regarding COVID and other issues, with new evidence failing to revive his case.
Disney has filed a federal lawsuit accusing Florida Governor Ron DeSantis of unconstitutional retaliation against the company after Bob Chapek publicly criticised Florida's 'Don't Say Gay' law last year, with DeSantis responding by asking the state legislature to revoke the company's authority to operate its own government, known as the Reedy Creek Improvement District, and Disney claiming the governor's "targeted campaign of government retaliation" "violates its constitutional rights."
Stanford Law School has been criticized for apologizing to Judge Stuart Kyle Duncan, who provoked students, filmed them, and called them “appalling idiots,” before escaping with some video footage and becoming cast as a “martyr” of the “campus free speech crisis,” while the Stanford administration forced students into free speech re-education camps to teach them that “free speech” means quiet tut-tutting, which is a top-down, authoritarian model seeking to shield the powerful from criticism.
The voting practices of Supreme Court justices are predictable and tend to follow traditional conservative or liberal alignments, although there are occasional deviations, such as Justice Kavanaugh's split from Chief Justice Roberts over issues related to abortion and civil liberties.
The article includes various news pieces, including an industry report suggesting that firms should stop layoffs and billing rate increases, JP Morgan blaming a former executive over the Jeffrey Epstein scandal, Bankman-Fried lawyers suggesting a possible delay, a senator pushing for access to classified documents, feds investigating specialized police forces, and corporations running from their diversity pledges amid white backlash.
The article explores the phenomenon of cancel culture on college campuses and argues that it is a genuine concern despite some skeptics' claims to the contrary, focusing on specific examples at Princeton and analyzing the rationality of the behavior of those who participate in cancel culture.
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