Supreme Court Rulings Push Nation To The Right

One year after its ruling to erase abortion rights, the conservative-dominated Supreme Court has underscored its determination to push society sharply to the right by scrapping long-established progressive policies.

In three emphatic rulings this week the court banned universities from giving minorities priority in admissions; said some business owners can refuse to serve gay couples on religious grounds; and struck down President Joe Biden’s plan to cancel student debt.

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Michigan To Make Hate Speech A Felony

The bill, HB 4474, is part of a package of legislation that would replace Michigan’s existing Ethnic Intimidation Act and make it a hate crime to cause someone to “feel terrorized, frightened, or threatened.” Under the bill’s framework, “sexual orientation” and “gender identity or expression” are included as classes protected against intimidation. If passed, the hate speech legislation would make violators guilty of a felony punishable by up to five years in prison and a fine of $10,000.

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Trump Warns Those Wanting A Coup In Russia

As the strange mutiny unfolded in Russia between Vladimir Putin, his Russian defense leaders, and mercenary chief Yevgeny Prigozhin, former President Donald Trump issued a warning to those eager for a coup or a Russian civil war.

“A big mess in Russia, but be careful what you wish for,” Trump wrote in a Truth Social post Saturday. “Next in may be far worse!”

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Buying a new car think again: Their spying on you:

YOUR CAR KNOWS a lot about you. Including facial recognition and other biometrics as well as data contained on any device connected to the car and can transmit wirelessly without your knowledge or consent over 25 gigabytes per hour. Downloads are also available via physical connection to the car.

Over the past decade, vehicles have become increasingly connected and their ability to record data about us has shot up. Cars can track where you’re traveling to and from, record every press on the accelerator as well as your seatbelt settings, and gather biometric information about you. Some of this data is sold by the murky data-broker industry.

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