...but plainly bogus.
To verify the accuracy of this, I punched in some other blog addresses. When the Volokh Conspiracy -- a heavy-duty law-blog -- is assessed as a "Junior High School" reading level, something is up.
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Don't hire a lawyer that can't read SCOTUS rulings written in plain English. Note how both law school and the bar fail to ensure minimum competency.
*Alternative theory* Partisan hack just doing this for the clicks.
SCOTUS just ruled 6-3 that public school teachers and other staff can now lead students in prayer.
If any public school teacher wants to learn the Islamic call to prayer, i.e. the Adhaan, let me know.
We're going to make sure that poor people who rely on public transport continue to be defenseless against criminals. -- Gov. Hochul
"'We’re going to have sensitive places identified, where you cannot bring guns. It will not be on subways. It will not be on buses,' Hochul told reporters Monday. 'We’re going to have a whole host of places restricted.'"
The @sdutOpinion Editorial pages used to be fairly mainstream conservative. When I applied for a letters editor opening there in the mid-00s, I was asked if there's an editorial I wouldn't write. I replied: a pro-abortion one. 1/
If history is any indication... No.
Will the major fact-checkers actually fact-check disinformation being spread on pro-life laws?
Supreme Court: “The Second Amendment is not a second class right. States can’t use subjective criteria when issuing carry permits.”
California: “But what if we added in illegal viewpoint discrimination, and violated the First Amendment at the same time?”