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Churches Defend Loophole for Clergy to Not Report Child Sex Abuse

It was a frigid Sunday evening at the Catholic Newman Center in Salt Lake City when the priest warned parishioners who had gathered after Mass that their right to private confessions was in jeopardy.

Questioning the Accuracy of the 2020 Presidential Election Is Not Un-American

The un-American committee in the U.S. House of Representatives formed by Speaker Nancy Pelosi to ostensibly investigate the Capitol riot of Jan 6, 2020, has buried the lede.

How a Small Border Town Is Dealing With Huge Consequences of Biden’s Border Policies

The influx of migrants crossing into Yuma, Arizona, has local officials worried that they can’t continue to address the border crisis. They’ve largely had to go it alone, with limited support from the federal government.

AZ Dept Of Education Promotes Chat Rooms For Kids To Talk About Sex And Gender

The Arizona Department of Education (ADE) links to chat rooms on its website for LGBTQ+ minors to discuss sex and gender with adult moderators present — without their parents necessarily knowing.

ARIZONA AUDIT: Voters ‘With No Record’ Of Their Existence In Database Far Outnumber Biden’s Lead

The 2020 Election Has Infuriated Truth Seekers All Over the World

Arizona State Rep. Mark Finchem Calls for the 2020 Election Results to be Decertified Based on the Plethora of Evidence Identified in the Senate’s...

Arizona State Representative and future Secretary of State, Mark Finchem, calls for the 2020 Results in Arizona to be decertified.

Arizona Legislature Votes To Revoke Democrat Secretary of State’s Authority In Election-Related Lawsuits

The Arizona Legislature voted to strip the partisan official of her authority over election-related lawsuits.

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