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House Passes Amendment for Military Draft

The House of Representatives passed an amendment for the National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) for Fiscal Year 2025 that automatically registers U.S. males for a potential draft.

Judge Blocks Title IX Changes in Four States

U.S. District Judge Terry Doughty has blocked Biden's new Title IX guidelines that allow transgender students in the bathroom corresponding with their identity rather than biology.

G7 Leaders to Use Frozen Russian Assets for Ukraine Aid

G7 leaders reached an agreement to use frozen Russian assets to support Ukraine.

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Teenagers Face 10 Years in Prison For Riding Scooters on ‘Pride Mural’

Three teenagers in Washington, D.C. are facing 10 years in prison after they were accused of leaving scooter marks on a pride flag painted on a road.

Stanford Internet Observatory to Shut Down: Report

The Stanford Internet Observatory (SIO), an organization that censored voices during the 2020 election, is shutting down.

Louisiana Requests Criminal Referral for Fauci, Other Health Officials

The District Attorneys of nine Louisiana parishes have received criminal referral requests for a number of public health officials.

Call for Boycotts Emerge as 24 Hour Fitness Disapproves of American Flag Displays

Many social media users have taken to X to condemn 24 Hour Fitness, calling for the company to be boycotted following the circulation of an internal memo.

GOP Rift Widens as Texas House Republicans Censure Four Right-Wing Members

This week, Texas House Republicans censured four right-wing members who ran against their colleagues, capping months of internal strife and taxing primary contests. The caucus and its members won't really be affected by the public...

Maine’s First LGBTQ+ Housing Complex to Open in Portland

Plans are under way to construct the first LGBTQ+ affordable housing complex in the state. The Equality Community Center in Portland is spearheading a project that will establish a first-of-its-kind complex in the center...

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House GOP Subpoenas Fifteen Biden Aides Over Alleged Election Scheme

Fifteen senior Biden aides were summoned by House Republicans on Thursday due to worries that the administration would be carrying out a partisan "scheme" to help Democrats win the 2024 election. Subpoenas were issued by House Administration Committee Chairman Bryan...

SCOTUS Rejects Anti-Abortion Challenge, Mifepristone Prescriptions to Continue

In a highly anticipated ruling on Thursday, the U.S. Supreme Court decided that mifepristone, one of the two drugs used in medication abortion, can continue to be prescribed under the present standards. Anti-abortion organizations tried to revert access to what...

Oklahoma’s New Immigration Enforcement Law Sparks Clash with Biden Administration

Sen. James Lankford (R-OK) chastised the Biden administration for suing Oklahoma before a new statute allowing arrests of undocumented immigrants by nonfederal police was put into effect. Three and a half years into the illegal immigration crisis, state leaders back...

Leading Journal Changes Name for ‘Decolonization’: Scholars

Cambridge University Press changed the name of its journal as part of a "decolonization" trend, scholars claim.

Republicans Demand Investigations into Officials Labeling Hunter Biden Laptop ‘Disinformation’

A number of GOP lawmakers are calling for investigations into 51 intelligence officials who initially claimed Hunter Biden's laptop was "Russian disinformation."

Court Rules Lia Thomas Cannot Compete in Olympics

Lia Thomas, a transgender-identifying swimmer, cannot compete in high-ranking women's races.

Young Student Dismissed from School After Patriotic Speech

A student has been notified that he and his sister will not be allowed to return to Saint Bonaventure Catholic School following his refusal to edit his speech.

Majority of Biden Voters Don’t Believe Marriage, Children Benefit Society

A poll from Pew Research Center found that the majority of Biden voters do not believe that getting married and having children benefits society.

Biden to Commit to Decade-Long Support for Ukraine at G7 Meeting

At the G7 meeting in Italy on Thursday, the US and Ukraine are anticipated to sign a bilateral security agreement that will specify the US' long-term security commitment with Ukraine while its conflict with Russia persists. The agreement is anticipated...

Massachusetts Family Institute Rallies Parents Against LGBTQ Topics in Schools

The Massachusetts Family Institute (MFI) expressed concern about the worst feeling a parent could experience when their child returns home from school and begins “talking about something they learned or participated in” in a recent post on its Facebook...

Attorneys General of Montana and Texas Sue HHS Over Gender Identity Inclusion in Medicaid Coverage

The Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Secretary Xavier Becerra is the target of a lawsuit filed on Tuesday by the attorneys general of Montana and Texas. The rule mandates that states pay for "gender transition" procedures through...

‘Reverence for Life’ – American Minute with Bill Federer

Albert Schweitzer was born January 14, 1875, in a village in Alsace, Germany. The son of a Lutheran-Evangelical pastor, he won acclaim at playing the organ. He earned doctorates in philosophy and theology. Schweitzer was pastor of St. Nicholas Church. He was also the principal...

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