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Did donations dry up? Salvation Army pulls U-turn on ‘guidance’ for whites

'Certain aspects of the guide may need to be clarified'

Twitter BANS Sharing Images, Videos of ‘Private Individuals’ One Day After New CEO Takes Over

The new rules specifically state that "activists, dissidents, and members of minority communities" need to be protected.

Fairfax Public Schools Reinstates Pornographic Books As A Commitment To ‘Diverse Reading Materials’

In a statement published on Tuesday, Fairfax County Public Schools (FCPS) said it had assessed two novels that had been challenged by parents as being pornographic and pedophilic and had chosen to reinstate them in the district’s libraries.

Biden’s Childish Vendetta Against an EU Leader

Ever since the Democrats took the White House, Washington and Budapest have been drifting ever further apart. But Biden needs to accept that just because Orban disagrees with him doesn’t mean he’s ‘undemocratic’.

After White House bans travel from 8 African countries, tweets resurface of Biden saying travel bans don’t work and accusing Trump of ‘xenophobia’

Previous tweets from President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris are igniting accusations of hypocrisy after the administration announced a travel ban in response to a new COVID-19 variant.

Waukesha Atrocity Should Herald an End to the Bail Charade

Don’t set fictional $5 million bail. Deny bail to defendants who can be established by clear evidence as dangers to the community.

Weak Men Make Hard Times

The diminution of testosteronal appeal is no error.

Klaus Schwab’s School For Covid Dictators, Plan for ‘Great Reset’

Economist Ernst Wolff believes that a hidden alliance of political and corporate leaders is exploiting the pandemic with the aim of crashing national economies and introducing a global digital currency.

Noem on the Left Attacking Thanksgiving: It’s Important to Teach the ‘True History’

During Wednesday’s “Fox News Primetime,” South Dakota Gov. Kristi Noem (R) sounded off on the growing criticism of the Thanksgiving holiday.

These Politicians Want to Weaponize Banks Against Gun Owners

If a number of politicians who are hostile to the Second Amendment get their way, American banks will essentially begin spying on American citizens who buy guns and/or ammunition. And if those citizens are buying what the politicians consider to be too much ammunition or too many firearms, those very citizens could be labeled potential domestic terrorists.

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