Arkansas newspaper publisher takes case against anti-BDS law to federal appeals court.
German court rules that municipality illegally interfered with freedom of assembly when it blocked BDS event.
Anti-BDS laws defeated in Missouri, but passed in Louisiana.
Speaker was initially asked to certify he was not engaged in Israel boycott.
Civil rights groups file lawsuit alleging blatant free speech violations.
Ruling upholds First Amendment, deals blow to Israel lobby censorship.
On its surface, President Donald Trump’s pardon of Joe Arpaio is many things: a slap in the face of Hispanics and an affront to the rule of law as well as a nod to Trump’s alt-right base and, of course, a gift to a man who was supposed to enforce the law who instead decided to openly break it. In reality, however, it is about much more than that. The main beneficiary here is not the man who got pardoned. After all, it was not likely that Arpaio would have ever gone to jail over his contempt of court charge. No, as with so many things Trump does, this pardon primarily helps himself.
Mounis Hammouda spent 480 days in an Arizona detention center; his friend Hisham Ghalia is still there.
We Are Change In this video Luke Rudkowski tells you about the breaking news of the mysterious light that many people saw in California and confused as a possible UFO or alien. We talk about this secret government operation that was done without warning and the implications of this being done in plain sight of everyone to see.
We Are Change An Arizona state senator said during a recent debate on gun legislation that America is facing “moral erosion” and the only thing that could really fix it is if church attendance was made mandatory.
Guillermo Jimenez Presents Todd Miller
Arizona GOP Primary Feb 28 2012 Live Coverage by Fox News and MSNBC announced winner early on accident. How did they know who would win?