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Trump vs. Twitter

First Amendment | The president orders a review of social media protections
by Steve West
Posted 6/02/20, 04:22 pm

A dust-up between the White House and Twitter has reignited the debate over who—if anyone—should regulate online speech.

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Truce declared over sanctuary cities for the unborn

Life | Pro-abortion and pro-life groups each claim to have the upper hand
by Leah Hickman
Posted 6/01/20, 05:03 pm

Pro-life advocates in Texas said they designed a series of local ordinances to save innocent lives, not obstruct freedom of speech. Last week, they reached an agreement with pro-abortion groups over the measures, and both sides declared victory in the dispute.

“There’s no question that is a win for us,” tweeted the Lilith Fund, one of the pro-abortion groups.

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A distracted nation

International | Foes challenge the United States on land and sea
by Mindy Belz
Posted 6/01/20, 02:33 pm

IRAN: China, Russia, North Korea, and Iran all in recent days carried out provocations, taking advantage of a preoccupied United States—where 100,000 people have died of the coronavirus and six days of protests over racial injustice have activated military and National Guard units in 21 states.

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