The Florida law is simple: when Big Tech decides to censor, ban, or deplatform a citizen of Florida, that citizen will now enjoy a new right to take the company to court. And if Big Tech tries to interfere in elections by deplatforming candidates, the Florida Election Commission may levy a $250,000 per day fine against the companies.
Thirteen states have prohibited proof-of-vaccination requirements at all or some levels of government. Three states with Democratic governors — Hawaii, New York, and Oregon — exempt fully vaccinated individuals from some COVID-19 restrictions if they can provide proof of vaccination.
Infringements of privileges are generally subject only to “rational basis” review and are rarely struck down; violations of fundamental liberties are subject to “strict scrutiny” and rarely survive the challenge. Does this “qualified” teacher of law not know this, or is he being deliberately deceptive?
Vermonters have always been a tolerant and “live and let live” bunch, but the left has decided Vermonters — except themselves — are ignorant, childish, and in need of care and supervision.
When science is fabricated to advance a bizarre dogma to intimidate others by violating clearly-established constitutional liberties, Vermonters should be troubled. When this is done by an elected official with a law degree, Vermonters should be livid.
At least 100 Vermonters gathered Saturday on the steps of the Vermont Statehouse to show their support of police and to protest government COVID restrictions.
We will require all students, faculty, and staff living, learning, or working on campus in the fall to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, except for those with an approved medical or religious exemption.
Republican Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis signed an executive order scrapping all COVID-19 restrictions throughout the state and an accompanying bill that limits localities’ ability to enforce emergency precautions. The bill also prohibits businesses from requiring “vaccine passports.”
About 75 Vermonters turned out on a chilly Sunday afternoon at the Gardner Park Bandstand to hear liberty-minded Vermonters speak out against COVID-19 lockdowns, media censorship and other government overreaches.
Democrats in the House of Representatives passed legislation Thursday that would make Washington, D.C. the 51st state in the union, a move that would almost certainly strengthen the Democrats’ Senate majority and bolster their ranks in the House.
Since March 2020, 10 bills in eight states have been signed into law that are aimed at increasing legislative oversight of governors’ emergency powers. These laws were enacted in Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Kentucky, New York, Ohio, Pennsylvania and Utah.
The bill aims to add four seats to the Supreme Court. Republicans currently hold six seats on the court while Democrats hold only three. During the contentious confirmation process of Supreme Court Justice Amy Coney Barrett, Democrats threatened that “nothing is off the table” if Republicans confirmed Barrett.