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Idaho U. Pays $90K to Settle Free Speech Lawsuit with Christian Group

The University of Idaho will pay $90,000 to settle lawsuit filed by three Christian students and a professor hit with no-contact order after supporting traditional marriage.

Biden Won’t Visit Southern Border Because There Are ‘More Important Things Going On,’ As Crossings Expected to Reach 2.6 Million Next Year

The last time that Biden visited the southern border was when he drove by it in 2008 as vice president.

Parents Outraged Over ‘After School Satan Club’ in Virginia

Parents at a school in Virginia are outraged over the Satanic Temple holding its "After School Satan Club" this month.

CDC, HHS Offer $1 Million for Research to Predict Vaccine ‘Misinformation Trends’

Two federal public health agencies will provide $1 million in grant funding to develop “a “public health tool” to predict vaccine “misinformation trends.”

Rigorous International Study of N95 Masks Upends Federal COVID Narrative

The CDC took nearly two years to formally recognize distinctions between masks for mitigating COVID-19 spread, finally saying in January that cloth masks offer "the least" protection and N95 respirators, which meet strict federal standards, "the highest."

German Nurse Injected Saline Solution Instead of COVID Vax Walks Free in Court

An anti-COVID vaccine nurse in Germany who injected about 8,600 elderly patients with a saline solution rather than the coronavirus vaccine was let go in court Wednesday.

Secret Service Continually Changes Account of Hunter Biden Gun Records

Judicial Watch has revealed that the U.S. Secret Service continually changes its stance over whether or not it holds records corresponding with Hunter Biden's gun.

Government Paid $1.4B in COVID-19 ‘Relief’ to Wealthiest Firms Amid Economic Turmoil

Big law and accounting firms raked in $1.4 billion in taxpayer-backed COVID-19 "relief" loans from the federal government while regular people faced economic turmoil, according to a watchdog report obtained by the Washington Examiner.

GOP Vow to Block Military Funding Unless Vax Mandates Are Lifted

Republicans are leading a charge to block the 'National Defense Authorization Act.'

Biden Administration Confirms It Wants Taxpayers to Pay For Sex-Change Operations on Minors

The Biden administration supports using taxpayer dollars to fund sex-change operations on minors, Secretary of Health and Human Services Xavier Becerra confirmed in written testimony submitted to the House Committee on Education Labor on Nov. 29.

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