Liveblog - ICYMI: June 25, 2024

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2024 Election:

There are no Fortune 100 CEOs who are supporting Donald Trump, says Yale’s Jeffrey Sonnenfeld

Boebert faces first election Tuesday since switching districts and the vaping scandal

U.S. Rep. Lauren Boebert faces voters in Colorado’s GOP primary election Tuesday after she fled a tough reelection race to run in a more Republican-leaning district, harried along the way by accusations of carpetbagging and still bruised by an embarrassing video.

Not a Drag Queen:

Former North Dakota lawmaker to plead guilty to traveling to pay for sex with minor

A former North Dakota lawmaker who was one of the most powerful members of the Legislature has signed a plea agreement with federal prosecutors on a charge that he traveled to Europe with the intent of paying for sex with a minor.

Former Republican state Sen. Ray Holmberg, 80, of Grand Forks, signed the plea agreement last week. It was filed Monday. He agreed to plead guilty to travel with intent to engage in illicit sexual activity.

Assholes with Casseroles:

California Moms For Liberty Chair Goes Viral For Confronting Drag Queens

Beth Bourne, chair of the California chapter of Moms for Liberty, has gone viral across social media on Monday for a video confronting drag queens in the lobby of a Hawaiian hotel on Sunday.

Craven Assholes:

State News:

Public funds for religious charter school would be unconstitutional, Oklahoma high court says

The Oklahoma Supreme Court on Tuesday stopped what would have been the first publicly funded religious charter school in the U.S., turning back conservatives and the state’s GOP governor who have welcomed religious groups into public education.

The high court determined the Statewide Virtual Charter School Board’s 3-2 vote last year to approve an application by the Catholic Archdiocese of Oklahoma for the St. Isidore of Seville Virtual Charter School violates the Establishment Clause, which prohibits government from making any law “respecting an establishment of religion.” The ruling also says both the Oklahoma and U.S. constitutions, as well as state law, were violated.

The case is being closely watched because supporters of the school believe recent U.S. Supreme Court decisions have indicated the court is more open to public funds going to religious entities.

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