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The Supreme Court hands the religious right a big victory by lying about the facts of a case

Kennedy v. Bremerton School District is a big victory for the religious right, but only because Gorsuch misrepresents the facts of the case.

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In 48 hours of protest, thousands of Americans cry out for abortion rights

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