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Joe Biden just announced that he is pushing even further on 'forgiving' student loan debt to the tune of billions. When talking about the issue, Biden even acknowledges that the U.S. Supreme Court told him that he didn't have the power to do this but that he is doing it anyway.

Pressure mounting for her to retire to avoid a Ginsburg scenario. Sen. Richard Blumenthal (D-CT): “We should learn a lesson. And it’s not like there’s any mystery here about what the lesson should be. The old saying — graveyards are full of indispensable people, ourselves...

The U.S. Supreme Court issued two opinions on Friday resolving a First Amendment conflict in the lower courts over public officials' social media use. The Court unanimously held that officials using personal social media accounts to share personal and government information may block constituents under some circumstances. Legal Insurrection covered oral arguments in the cases.

For almost three years we have been covering the case of a Virginia High School that changed its admission processes in a way that was supposedly "race-neutral" but that had an immediate and large, negative effect on Asian student enrollment. These changes included eliminating standardized, merit-based testing and using enrollment quota systems at middle schools that demographically boosted Black and Hispanic student enrollment at the expense of Asian students.