2017

More Republicans Say It’s Time for a Change in RNC Leadership

"I think we got to ask ourselves why we're not winning," said South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem.

FBI Director Warns China Could Use TikTok for Influence Operations, Surveillance on Americans

FBI Director Christopher Wray on Friday outlined key threats posed by video sharing app TikTok and said that U.S. officials are still working on how to address the app’s national security concerns.

Number of Americans Who Identify as ‘Liberal’ Drops

Morning Consult poll shows rise in number of moderates, slight increase in conservatism.

Mike Lindell Running for RNC Chairman

MyPillow CEO Mike Lindell is launching a campaign for Republican National Committee (RNC) Chairman against Ronna McDaniel.

Colorado Penalizes Marriage in New Tax Bill

Coloradans overwhelmingly voted “yes” on Proposition FF, which expands its universal free school meals program by limiting deductions on earners making over $300,000.

Growing Body of Evidence Shows ‘Social Influence’ Is Causing Teens to Undergo Sex Changes

The recent surge in transgender identification is caused in part by peer influence, a growing body of evidence suggests, and some transgender advocates are acknowledging this issue.

Biden’s Trans HHS Official Looked for Justification for Minor Transgender Surgery

Levine asked doctors if they knew of literature to support the surgery for kids.

Christian Persecution Rising Around the World Amid Jihadism, Totalitarianism

Persecution of Christians has worsened in at least 18 countries at the hands of both totalitarian governments and militant non-state actors in recent years, according to a new report.

Kanye West Confirms 2024 Presidential Bid

Kanye West appears to have confirmed that he will be running for president in 2024 in an attempt to move “towards the future” after giving up on his White House bid in 2020.

Youth Hospitalizations for Suicidal Thoughts Rises 59% in 5 Years: Report

Suicide rates and mental health-related hospital visits among youth were rising before the COVID-19 pandemic but surged even higher during the lockdowns, according to a new study.

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